OSPF Overview

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OSPF Overview
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2012-09-26 00:32:27
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  1. What type of protocol is OSPF?

    A. Link state
    B. Distance vector
    C. Path vector
    D. Routed protocol
    A. Link state
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. The routing table is required by the router in order to forward traffic

    A. TRUE
    B. FALSE
    A. TRUE
  3. In OSPF there are different roles routers can perform

    A. TRUE
    B. FALSE
    A. TRUE
  4. Routers with at least one interface attached to the Backbone Area are called:

    A. Backbone Routers
    B. Designated Routers
    C. Area Border Routers
    D. Internal Routers
    E. Autonomous System Boundary Routers
    A. Backbone Routers
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. Choose the true statement.

    A. OSPF is used to exchange routing information and calculate best paths to all sources
    B. OSFP is used to exchange routing information and calculate best paths to all destinations
    C. OSPF is used to forward data between sources and destinations
    B. OSFP is used to exchange routing information and calculate best paths to all destinations
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. What are the reasons to divide one large network into multiple smaller areas? (Choose 2)

    A. it reduces the number or routing recalculations in the routing database
    B. it increases the number of routing recalculations in the routing database
    C. it makes all changes inside any area invisible for all other areas
    D. it simplifies the architecture of the network
    E. it increases the total number of possible connected subscribers
    • A. it reduces the number or routing recalculations in the routing database
    • C. it makes all changes inside any area invisible for all other areas
  7. Area Border Router is the router which:

    A. represents the multi-access network and its attached routers to the rest of the OSPF area
    B. whose interfaces belong to the same area
    C. connect one or more areas to the Backbone Area
    C. connect one or more areas to the Backbone Area
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. Which area plays the main role in the OSPF concept?

    A. Autonomous System
    B. Backbone
    C. Level 1 area
    D. Area 1
    B. Backbone
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. All areas must be connected to the Backbone Area

    A. TRUE
    B. FALSE
    A. TRUE

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