A router is participating in an OSPFv2 domain. What will always happen if the dead interval expires before the router receives a hello packet from an adjacent DROTHER OSPF router?
- OSPF will run a new DR/BDR election.
- SPF will run and determine which neighbor router is “down”.
- A new dead interval timer of 4 times the hello interval will start.
- OSPF will remove that neighbor from the router link-state database.
Explanation: On Cisco routers the default dead interval is 4 times the hello interval, and this timer has expired in this case. SPF does not determine the state of neighbor routers; it determines which routes become routing table entries. A DR/DBR election will not always automatically run; this depends on the type of network and on whether or not the router no longer up was a DR or BDR.
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