The network administrator defines a traffic policing policy as follows:
As shown in the figure, the overload bit of ISIS is set in the configuration of router R3, and the
following statement is correct
A R3's direct route will be ignored by R1 and R2 because of the setting of the overload bit .
B. When the router runs out of memory, the system automatically sets the overload flag bit in the
sent LSP packets. Irrelevant to whether the user has a set-overload command configured.
Routes introduced by C. R3 through import-route will not be published. The LSP of D. R3 will not be
able to spread to R1 and R2
E. R3 initiates the load state, and R1 and RZ will not calculate the LSP of R3 cattle in the SP tree.
As shown in the figure, PC1 and PC2 are hosts that belong to the same network segment, below
about between PC1 and PC2 What are the correct descriptions of IPv6 neighbor states?
A campus deploys OSPF to achieve network interoperability, and an engineer configures R2 as shown
in the figure, then the following description of the LSA in the OSPF network is wrong
As shown in the figure, an engineer uses four routers to test the interoperability of branch networks,
where R1, R2, and R3 in branch 1 deploy OSPF Network interoperability is implemented, and R, R3,
R4 in Branch 2 is deployed is-IS to achieve network interoperability. Now that the engineer wants to
implement R1 access to R4's loopback address, which of the following actions will meet this
R3 is not established with the RI's IS-IS neighbor, and according to the information in this figure, the
possible cause is ?
As shown in the figure, all routers run OSPF, which is correct in the following statement:
Based on the configuration shown in the figure below, it can be known that R4 has () interfaces
advertised into IS-IS?
View the IGMP configuration of the interface on the router RTA as follows, and the information
about the operation of the RTA is incorrect
OSPFV is the GP running on the P4 network) OSPF3 is the KGP running on the IP6 network. OsPFV
works the same basic way as OSPF2, such as elections for DR and BDR. As shown in the figure, an
engineer uses three routers for IP6 service testing, and he wants to interconnect the IPv6 network by
running OSPFv3 Which of the following statements is correct regarding the election of the network