Refer to the exhibit. A company uses OSPF as its internal routing protocol. No routing protocol is used between the company and the ISP. The network administrator enters the following command on the router that connects to the ISP.
ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 S0/0/0 120
The router does not show a default route and packets that are destined for noncompany networks are being dropped. What is the problem?
- There is a problem with the link.
- The next-hop argument should be used instead of the exit-interface argument.
- The administrative distance is too high.
- A network statement is missing from router configuration mode.
- The wrong interface is used in the command.
Explanation: The administrative distance does not matter in this case because (1) there is not an equal route in OSPF and (2) because the company is not running OSPF with the ISP. The interface is the correct one and using an exit interface is acceptable on a serial link. No network statements are required for static routes. A link must be up in order for a static route that uses the link to be shown in the routing table.
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