9.1.5 Check Your Understanding – First Hop Redundancy Protocols Answers

1. What type of device routes traffic destined to network segments beyond the source network segment for which the sending node may not have explicit routing information?

  • virtual router
  • standby router
  • default gateway
  • Layer 3 switch

Explanation: A device that serves as the default gateway is responsible for routing traffic destined for network segments that are beyond the source network segment.

2. What device presents the illusion of a single router to hosts on a LAN segment but actually represents a set of routers working together?

  • virtual router
  • forwarding router
  • default gateway
  • Layer 3 switch

Explanation: A virtual router is actually a set of routers working together to present the illusion of a single router to the hosts on a LAN segment.

3. What device is part of a virtual router group assigned the role of alternate default gateway?

  • virtual router
  • standby router
  • default gateway
  • Layer 3 switch

Explanation: A standby router is a device that is part of a virtual router group that is assigned the role of alternate default gateway.

4. What device that is part of a virtual router group assigned to the role of default gateway?

  • virtual router
  • forwarding router
  • default gateway
  • Layer 3 switch

Explanation: A forwarding router is a device that is part of a virtual router group that is assigned to the role of default gateway.

5. Which FHRPs are Cisco-proprietary? (Choose two.)

  • IRDP
  • HSRP
  • HSRP for IPv6
  • VRRPv2

Explanation: HSRP and HSRP for IPv6 are both Cisco-proprietary. VRRPv2 and IRDP are both non-proprietary protocols.


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