CCNA 2 Exploration v4.0 Chapter 5 Quiz Answers

1. Which statement is true about the debug ip rip command?

  • It searches through the running configuration and shows possible errors in the RIP configuration
  • It displays RIP routing updates as they are sent and received
  • It automatically identifies routing loops
  • It shows the history of RIP updates over the previous 90 seconds

2. What problem does the command passive-interface help resolve?

  • prevents confusion if both RIPv1 and RIPv2 are being advertised on a network
  • prevents wasted bandwidth and processing from unnecessary updates
  • prevents routing loops
  • prevents updates from being sent out without a password

3. What makes a router a boundary router in RIP?

  • if it is on the edge of an autonomous system
  • if a router has multiple interfaces in more than one major classful network
  • if it runs both RIP and EIGRP at the same time
  • if it is configured to be a boundary router by an administrator

4. What command is used with RIP to propagate default routes to neighbors?

  • network
  • ip summary-address rip address mask
  • ip default-network address
  • default-information originate

5. What command will create a candidate default route on a RIP router?

  • default-information originate
  • ip default-network
  • ip default-gateway
  • ip route serial0/0/0

6. Refer to the exhibit. All routers are running RIPv1. The interfaces on all routers are up and stable. Users on the network cannot access services on the network. What is the cause of this problem?

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  • The RIP holddown timer in Router A is not allowing the network into routing updates
  • The network uses variable length subnet masking and RIPv1 does not allow for this
  • The 10.16.1.x subnets are discontiguous with each other
  • Routers A and B need to have their interfaces configured as passive interfaces

7. How does a router running RIPv1 determine the subnet mask of the routes that are received in routing updates?

  • The subnet mask is included in the routing update
  • The router sends a request for the subnet mask to the sending router
  • The router uses the subnet mask of the local interface or the default subnet mask for the address class in the routing update
  • The router calculates the subnet mask based on the variable length subnetting in its own configuration
  • The router defaults to for all updates

8. Refer to the exhibit. What is the administrative distance of the route to the network?

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  • 0
  • 1
  • 12
  • 24
  • 120

9. What is the purpose of the network command when RIP is being configured as the routing protocol?

  • It identifies the networks connected to the neighboring router
  • It restricts networks from being used for static routes
  • It identifies all of the destination networks that the router is allowed to install in its routing table
  • It identifies the directly connected networks that will be included in the RIP routing updates

10. To ensure proper routing in a network, the network administrator should always check the router configuration to verify that appropriate routes are available. The commands on the left will allow the network administrator to view the router configuration for the information needed. Drag each command to its result.

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