A network engineer has issued the following configuration commands: What outcome is expected from the commands issued?

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A network engineer has issued the following configuration commands:

router ospf 1
router-id 200.200.200.200
distance ospf intra-area 101 inter-area 104 external 122
network 10.44.11.0 0.0.0.255 area 0
redistribute eigrp 100 metric-type 1

What outcome is expected from the commands issued?

  • The redistributed routes will be tagged by the numeric router-id of 200.200.200.200.
  • Any OSPF routes to the same destination network will be preferred over the redistributed EIGRP routes because of the modification of OSPF AD values.
  • As EIGRP routes are redistributed, the configured metric-type will cause the seed metric to be preserved at the point of redistribution.
  • The classless EIGRP networks will be left out of the redistribution process and only the classful networks will be redistributed.

Explanation: The subnets keyword is extremely important in the redistribution of routes into the OSPF routing process. Without the subnets keyword, only classful networks will be included in the redistribution process.

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