An administrator is troubleshooting connectivity between two routers configured with EIGRPv6. The routing table, for both the respective routers, displays all the advertised networks and the authentication parameters for key ID and the key string match. Unfortunately, authentication fails between the two routers. What is a possible cause?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNPAn administrator is troubleshooting connectivity between two routers configured with EIGRPv6. The routing table, for both the respective routers, displays all the advertised networks and the authentication parameters for key ID and the key string match. Unfortunately, authentication fails between the two routers. What is a possible cause?
An administrator is troubleshooting connectivity between two routers configured with EIGRPv6. The routing table, for both the respective routers, displays all the advertised networks and the authentication parameters for key ID and the key string match. Unfortunately, authentication fails between the two routers. What is a possible cause? 1ITExamAnswers Staff asked 4 weeks ago

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An administrator is troubleshooting connectivity between two routers configured with EIGRPv6. The routing table, for both the respective routers, displays all the advertised networks and the authentication parameters for key ID and the key string match. Unfortunately, authentication fails between the two routers. What is a possible cause?

  • a passive interface present on one of the routers
  • mismatched valid times
  • improperly configured timers.
  • IPv6 not enabled on one connected interface

Explanation: For successful authentication, the key ID and key string must match. Timers do not have to match. However, if they are not configured appropriately, neighbor relationships might flap resulting in unsuccessful authentication.

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