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Manage TCP/IP Routing
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A routing table is a straightforward concept. If a router must send a packet to a spec ified network, it references its routing table to determine which gateway should receive the packet. Routes can be added manually or by such routing protocols as RIP and OSPF. You need to be able to view and interpret routing tables, and understand how to add and remove static routes. You need to be aware of the difference between a static and dynamic route, and know the difference between a link state routing protocol such as OSPF and a distance vector protocol such as RIP. You also need to be aware of the differences between RIP and RIP v2, and the significance of RIP v2 s ability to carry network mask informa tion. You need to know the implications of running two routing protocols on the same network, and how to configure routing preference. You also need to know the advantages and disadvantages of each protocol, and be able to determine when it is appropriate to use one or the other. The examination will probably not test OSPF configuration in depth.
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Objective 4.3: Manage TCP/IP Routing 16-27
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Objective 4.3 Questions 1.
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A. Datum Corporation is a consulting company that designs and tests networking solu tions. The network test laboratory at A. Datum has four hosts running Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, configured as routers. Each of these computers has four NICs. The test network is reconfigured regularly, and testing is performed regularly over mul tihop routes. A. Datum has the following requirements:
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The network is reconfigurable with the minimum administrative effort. Every host on the network can access every other host. Testing can be performed over multihop routes. Broadcast traffic on the network is minimized.
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You install RIP version 2 for Internet Protocol on all the routers and add all the router interfaces to the protocol. Which requirements have you met (Choose all that apply.) A. The network is reconfigurable with the minimum administrative effort. B. Every host on the network can access every other host. C. Testing can be performed over multihop routes. D. Broadcast traffic on the network is minimized.
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Northwind Traders main office has a private intranetwork that consists of 20 subnets and 11 multihomed servers running Windows Server 2003, configured as routers. Mul tiple routes exist from any subnet to any other subnet. RIP version 2 for IP is installed on all the routers, and all router interfaces have been added to the protocol. Access between subnets is sometimes slow. Network analysis reveals a significant amount of UDP port 520 broadcast traffic. How can you reduce this traffic A. Increase the Periodic Announcement Interval setting to 300 seconds on all router interfaces. B. Disable split horizon. C. Configure the operation mode on all router interfaces to Autostatic Update. D. Increase the Time Before Routes Expire setting to 1800 seconds.
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Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing And Remote Access (4.0)
Your network consists of two subnets connected by a server running Windows Server 2003, configured as a router. The router has two interfaces with IP addresses 10.10.10.1 on the 10.10.10.0/25 subnet, SubnetA, and 10.10.10.129 on the 10.10.10.128/25 subnet, SubnetB, respectively. A file server, ServerA, on SubnetA has the IP address of 10.10.10.100. A client PC, Client24, on SubnetB has the IP address of 10.10.10.222. All host IP settings are manually configured. A user at Client24 reports that she cannot access resources on ServerA. From Client24, you ping ServerA s IP address but the ping times out. You are also unable to ping the remote router interface from Client24. You can ping the local router interface and all the other hosts on SubnetB. The Route Print command on Client 24 gives the following output:
Destination 0.0.0.0 127.0.0.0 10.10.10.0 10.10.10.222 10.10.10.255 224.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 Netmask 0.0.0.0 255.0.0.0 255.255.255.0 255.255.255.255 255.255.255.255 224.0.0.0 255.255.255.255 Gateway 10.10.10.129 127.0.0.1 10.10.10.222 127.0.0.1 10.10.10.222 10.10.10.222 10.10.10.222 Interface 10.10.10.222 127.0.0.1 10.10.10.222 127.0.0.1 10.10.10.222 10.10.10.222 10.10.10.222 Metric 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
What is preventing Client24 from connecting to ServerA A. The route from Client24 to ServerA is configured with an incorrect interface. B. Client24 is configured with an incorrect gateway. C. The route from Client24 to ServerA is configured with an incorrect metric. D. Client24 is configured with an incorrect subnet mask.
Litware, Inc. has a large international intranet linked by dedicated T1 and T3 lines. Cur rently, 60 subnets are linked by 35 routers running Windows Server 2003. The com pany requires that every host is able to communicate with every other host, and that network configuration changes are propagated to all routers. Litware wants to mini mize the additional traffic that router announcements generate on the WAN links. What should you do
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A. Create an additional subnet on all routers and designate this as the backbone subnet. On each router, install OSPF, and add all interfaces to the protocol. B. Reconfigure the routers and network segments as a backbone configuration. On each router, install OSPF and add all interfaces to the protocol. C. Install RIP v2 on all routers and add all router interfaces to the protocol. Configure the outgoing packet protocol as RIP version 2 multicast, and configure the incom ing protocol as RIP version 2 only. D. Install RIP v2 on all routers, and add all router interfaces to the protocol. Configure RIP v2 to use neighbors instead of broadcast or multicast.
You administer a network that is part of a corporate WAN. All internal routers in your network are multihomed servers running Windows Server 2003, and they all have RIP v2 installed. Your network is allocated the 10.20.16.0/21 segment of the corporate pri vate IP address scheme. Users in your network never communicate with users on the 10.21.0.0/16 segment, and you do not want any network addresses from that segment in your routing table. How do you exclude these addresses A. Configure a RIP route filter. B. Configure a TCP/IP filter. C. Configure a packet filter. D. Configure a RIP peer filter.
Contoso, Ltd. has three offices, each with its own subnet. You want to configure a server running Windows Server 2003 as a router and RAS server at each office. You also want to connect the offices by Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) demand-dial links. You do not want routing table announcements to be broadcast on the network, but you want any changes on the network to be propagated to all the routers. How should you configure the routers A. Use static routes. B. Use RIP v1. C. Use RIP v2. D. Use OSPF.
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Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining Routing And Remote Access (4.0)
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