Scenario

Example 9-11 Scenario 9-3 Screen 2

Next Hop Metric LocPrf Weight Path

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.128.7

0 100 99 17i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

144.39.228.49 0 100 701 i

Example 9-11 Scenario 9-3 Screen 2 (Continued)

*>

33

48.124.0/23

144

39

228

49

0

200

701

I

*

144.39.128

7 0

100

99 17

i

*>

33

48.176.0/20

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

49.32.0/23

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

49.35.0/24

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

49.36.0/23

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

96.0.0/18

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

143.24.0/21

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

154.0.0/18

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

216.0.0/24

144

39

228

49

0

100

701

i

*>

33

216.0.0/19

144

39

228

49

0

150

701

i

1 Using screen 1, identify how many times the route 44.0.0.0/8 has been sent in outgoing updates from the router.

2 Which path will be chosen in screen 2 to get to 33.48.124.0, and why?

3 What is the most likely reason for the source of a route to be flagged as incomplete?

4 To send packets to network 7.2.0.0/16, the router will direct traffic to a next-hop router. The data frame at Layer 2 will be addressed to this next hop, which will route it on to the next router in the journey to its destination. What is the L3 address of the next logical hop, and why was it selected?

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