What three statements are true about routers that are configured for EIGRP?
They can support multiple routed protocols
They can support only link-state protocols.
They send their entire routing tables to neighboring routers.
They send partial routing updates in response to topology changes.
They send routing updates to all other routers in the network.
They use hello packets to inform neighboring routers of their status.
Given the following commands:
Router(config)# router rip
Router(config-router)# network 184.108.40.206
What three conclusions can be determined based on the commands used on the
router? (Choose three.)
A link-state routing protocol is used.
A distance vector routing protocol is used.
Routing updates broadcast every 30 seconds.
Routing updates broadcast every 90 seconds.
Hop count is the only metric used for route selection.
Bandwidth, load, delay, and reliability are metrics used for route selection.
What is indicated when an EIGRP route is in the passive state?
The route has the highest path cost of all routes to that destination network.
The route must be confirmed by neighboring routers before it is put in the active
The route is a feasible successor and will be used if the active route fails.
There is no activity on the route to that network.
The route is viable and can be used to forward traffic.
What two problems may occur if the EIGRP default bandwidth for a serial link
is higher than the actual bandwidth? (Choose two.)
Routing updates will arrive too quickly for receiving routers to process.
The port IP address will be rejected by the routing protocol.
Suboptimal paths will be selected.
The port protocol will return to the HDLC default.
VLSM support will be disabled.
Network convergence may be affected.
What is the default administrative distance for EIGRP internal routes?