Which three statements describe the weight attribute for BGP? (Choose three.)
- It is a Cisco-defined attribute.
- It is a nontransitive attribute that uses a 32-bit value called metric.
- It is not advertised to other routers.
- It is a 16-bit value assigned locally on the router.
- It is not advertised between eBGP peers and is typically used to influence the next-hop address for outbound traffic.
- It is a well-known discretionary path attribute and is included with path advertisements throughout an AS.
Explanation: BGP weight is a Cisco-defined attribute and the first step for selecting the BGP best path. Weight is a 16-bit value (0 to 65,535) assigned locally on the router; it is not advertised to other routers.
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