While configuring a boundary router that utilizes OSPF and BGP, a network engineer performs redistribution without modifying source or destination metrics. What default value is the engineer using for successful redistribution?
- default administrative distance
- default classful redistribution
- default seed metric
- default classless redistribution
Explanation: The default seed metric is used by specific routing protocols to provide a default metric value for a destination routing process. This ensures that a metric is available and a route can become reachable after the redistribution process between varying routing protocols.