Which of the following commands would correctly configure the confederation AS number as 65200 with a member AS of 65202?
A . config>router- confederation 65200 members 65202
B . config>router>bgp= confederation 65200 members 65202 C . config>router= confederation 65202 members 65200
D . config>router>bgp= confederation 65202 members 65200
Answer: A Question: 91 Click the exhibit.
Over which BGP session will router B learn the 10.1.1.0/24 prefix? A . The session between router A and router
C . The session between router C and router E . The session between router D and router
G . Router B will learn the prefix over all of the sessions, then it will choose the best route.
Which of the following statements regarding BGP Add-Paths is FALSE? A . Add-Paths allows non-best paths to be advertised to a peer.
B . Add-Paths capabilities are exchanged between peers after the BGP session is established. C . A BGP speaker must advertise the capability to receive multiple paths from its peer.
D . A BGP speaker must advertise the capability to send multiple paths to its peer.
Which of the following regarding the TTL of a BGP message is TRUE? A . TTL is a well-known mandatory BGP attribute.
B . The default TTL value of an eBGP message is 1, and 64 for an iBGP message.
C . The default TTL value of an iBGP message can be modified using the multihop command.
D . The default TTL value of an eBGP message can be modified using the "ttl-security" command.
Answer: B Question: 94 Click the exhibit.
Router R2 receives a route to 192.168.1.0/27 from router R4, and sets the local preference to 110. Router R1 receives a route to 192.168.1.0/27 from router R3, and sets the local preference to 80. Both ASs have a full iBGP mesh.
What path does traffic destined to 192.168.1.0/27 take from router R1? A . R1-R3-R8
B . R1-R2-R4-R8
C . R1-R3-R4-R8
D . R1-R2-R4-R3-R8
What class of attribute is Originator_ID? A . Well-known mandatory.
B . Well-known discretionary. C . Optional transitive.
D . Optional non-transitive.
Answer: D Question: 96 Click the exhibit.
Given that ISP 1 and ISP 2 are Tier 2 providers, and that ISP 3 and ISP 4 are Tier 1 providers, what is the most likely relationship between ISP 1 and the other ISPs?
A . ISP 1 has a peering relationship with ISP 2 and ISP 4.
B . ISP 1 has a peering relationship with ISP 2 and a transit relationship with ISP 3. C . ISP 1 has a peering relationship with ISP 2 and ISP 3.
D . ISP 1 has a transit relationship with ISP 2 and ISP 4.
E . ISP 1 has a transit relationship with ISP 2 and a peering relationship with ISP 3.
Which of the following best describes the purpose of advertise-external?
A . It enables a BGP speaker to advertise multiple external routes to iBGP peers.
B . It enables a BGP speaker to advertise its best external route to iBGP peers when the best overall route is internal. C . It enables a BGP speaker to advertise its best external route to eBGP peers without an import policy.
D . It enables a BGP speaker to advertise its best internal route to eBGP peers without an export policy.
Assuming that "client1" and "client2" are directly-connected networks, what is the result of executing the following BGP policy?
A . "client2" routes will be tagged with communities "West" and "North".
B . "client2" routes will be tagged with communities "West", "North" and "South". C . "client2" routes will be tagged with community "West".
D . "client2" routes will be tagged with community "South".
Which of the following organizations would an ISP based in Europe approach for an IP prefix assignment? A . ARIN
B . ICANN
C . RIPE NCC D . LACNIC E . APNIC
Which of the following regarding BGP confederations is FALSE?
A . A confederation is a collection of Autonomous Systems advertised as a single AS number to BGP speakers outside the confederation.
B . Each member AS must either maintain a full mesh of iBGP sessions, or use route reflection.
C . Confederations can be used to subdivide ASs that have a large number of BGP speakers into smaller domains. D . A full mesh of intra-confederation eBGP sessions is required between the member ASs.