What command would be used to determine if a routing protocol-initiated relationship had been made with an adjacent router?

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What command would be used to determine if a routing protocol-initiated relationship had been made with an adjacent router?

  • ping
  • show ip ospf neighbor
  • show ip interface brief
  • show ip protocols

Explanation: While the show ip interface brief and ping commands can be used to determine if Layer 1, 2, and 3 connectivity exists, neither command can be used to determine if a particular OSPF or EIGRP-initiated relationship has been made. The show ip protocols command is useful in determining the routing parameters such as timers, router ID, and metric information associated with a specific routing protocol. The show ip ospf neighbor command shows if two adjacent routers have exchanged OSPF messages in order to form a neighbor relationship.

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