15.1.8 Check Your Understanding – Static Routes Answers

1. Which two methods can be used to identify the next hop in a static route? (Choose two.)

  • destination interface
  • next hop IP address
  • destination network address
  • exit interface
  • source IP address

Explanation: When configuring a static route, the next hop can be identified by an IP address, exit interface.

2. Which IPv4 static route statement is true?

  • The destination network is identified using the network address and wildcard mask.
  • The distance keyword is used to create a fully specified static route.
  • The source network is identified using the network address and wildcard mask.
  • Using the exit interface only is common in a point-to-point configuration.

Explanation: Using the exit interface only is common in a point-to-point configuration.

3. How is the destination network in an IPv6 static route identified?

  • using an IPv6 prefix and prefix length
  • using an IPv6 prefix and subnet mask
  • using an IPv6 prefix and wildcard mask
  • using an IPv6 prefix only

Explanation: The destination network in an IPv6 static route identified using an IPv6 prefix and prefix length


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