An administrator issues the router eigrp 100 command on a router. What is the number 100 used for?
- as the autonomous system number
- as the number of neighbors supported by this router
- as the length of time this router will wait to hear hello packets from a neighbor
- as the maximum bandwidth of the fastest interface on the router
Explanation: The router eigrp 100 command uses the number as a process-id to keep track of the running instance of the EIGRP process, as several EIGRP processes can be run at the same time. This number is called autonomous system number.