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Policy routing problem

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Apr 24th, 2006
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Q:- If you have configured route redistribution between separate routing domains and have included route filters to prevent route feedback, which command would you use on a boundary router to verify that redistribution is working correctly?


A. show ip protocols

B. trace

C. show ip access-lists

D. ping


Q:- On Cisco routers, fast switching of policy-based routing _____.


A. is not supported

B. requires the ip fast policy interface configuration command

C. requires the ip fast policy router configuration command

D. requires the ip route-cache policy router configuration command

E. requires the ip route-cache policy interface configuration command



Regards

Mahi

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Patrick Laidlaw Tue, 04/25/2006 - 00:35
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Question 1 is "show ip protocols"


Question 2 I've got to look up but for some reason i want to say the answer is (A)


Can someone give a crack at question 2 and give us a firm answer.


Patrick

rawatmohinder Tue, 04/25/2006 - 02:10
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Hi,


For first question A is not a correct answer... But i don,t know the correct one..

Kindly help me out...


Regards

Mahi

pkhatri Tue, 04/25/2006 - 02:14
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Mahi,


I believe the answer should be B. The reason is that a traceroute will show you the presence of a routing loop, which is a frequent result of route feedback when redistributing protocols.



Hope that helps - pls do remember to rate posts that help.


Paresh

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