Tuesday, September 03, 2013



Hi Bulldogs!

We're back in business on Blogger, and that means it's back to the daily CCNA and CCENT practice exams!

I'm doing everything I can to help you beat the CCNA and CCENT Sept 30 deadline, and with four weeks to go, you CAN get it done!

Let's hit today's exam!  


Enjoy your day!


Chris B.

Question 1:

An EIGRP Successor has a FD of 1000.  Which of the following routes would be considered Feasible Successors?

A.  Route with an FD of 1100, RD of 1200.

B.  Route with an FD of 1200, RD of 900.

C.  Route with an FD of 1300, RD of 1300.

D.  None of these.

E.  All of these.



Question 2:

Which of the following EIGRP route types will be found in the EIGRP topology table?

A.  Successors

B.  Feasible Successors

C.  Non-successor and non-feasible successors

D.  All of these

E.  None of these



Question 3:  

Short answer: What's the default setting for the EIGRP variance value?



Question 4:

As a result of that variance default, what EIGRP load balancing behaviors are enabled by default?

A.  Equal-cost

B.  Unequal-cost

C.  Both of these

D.  Neither of these


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Here are the answers!

1.  "B".  The route with an RD of 900 is the only one that meets the Feasibility Condition, since its RD is less than the FD of the successor.



2.  "A, B".  You'll find both the Successor and Feasible Successor routes in the EIGRP topology table.


3 and 4.   The default EIGRP variance is 1, and that means equal-cost load balancing is enabled by default.

See you Thursday with another new practice exam, as we keep working together to beat the Sept 30 deadline!


Chris B.


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