What indicates to a link-state router that a neighbor is unreachable?

Questions BankCategory: CCNAWhat indicates to a link-state router that a neighbor is unreachable?
ITExamAnswers Staff asked 7 months ago
Question:
What indicates to a link-state router that a neighbor is unreachable?

  • if the router no longer receives hello packets
  • if the router receives an update with a hop count of 16
  • if the router receives an LSP with previously learned information
  • if the router no longer receives routing updates

Explanation: OSPF routers send hello packets to monitor the state of a neighbor. When a router stops receiving hello packets from a neighbor, that neighbor is considered unreachable and the adjacency is broken.

More Questions: Modules 1 – 2: OSPF Concepts and Configuration Exam Answers



Your Answer







Related Articles