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April 24, 2008

Question Of The Day: 24 April, 2008

Topic: Route-Maps

The engineer in charge of r1 is tasked with routing packets to r2 (10.1.1.2) if they meet any of the following conditions:

1) Any packets coming in r1’s fa0/0 interface
2) Any packets with the tag 1234
3) Any D EX routes (r1 is only running EIGRP)

The engineer asks you to peer review his solution:

route-map LOOPBACK_AND_VLAN6 permit 10
 match interface FastEthernet0/0
 match tag 1234
 match route-type external
 set ip next-hop 10.1.1.2

Will this route map meet the requirements?

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Yesterday’s Question

Question Of The Day: 23 April, 2008 

Match the following with their associated OSPF LSA Type:

Inter Area Router Link States
Link (Type-8 ) Link States
Net Link States
Inter Area Prefix Link States
Summary ASB Link States
Type-5 AS External Link States
Router Link States
Type-7 AS External Link States
Intra Area Prefix Link States
Summary Net Link States

Answer:

Router Link States…………………………………LSA Type 1
Net Link States…………………………………….LSA Type 2
Summary Net Link States………………………..LSA Type 3
Inter Area Prefix Link States…………………….LSA Type 3(OSPFv3)
Summary ASB Link States………………………..LSA Type 4
Inter Area Router Link States……………………LSA Type 4(OSPFv3)
Type-5 AS External Link States…………………LSA Type 5
Type-7 AS External Link States…………………LSA Type 7
Link (Type-8 ) Link States……………………….LSA Type 8(OSPFv3)
Intra Area Prefix Link States…………………….LSA Type 9(OSPFv3)

Reference: Table 9-2. OSPFv3 LSA types and their OSPFv2 counterparts – Routing TCP/IP, Volume I, 2nd Edition

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3 Comments »

  1. Is it wrong because the ‘match interface FastEthernet0/0’ line will match packets routed _out_ Fa0/0 not in?

    Comment by Steve — April 24, 2008 @ 2:09 pm | Reply

  2. You totally owned me including the OSPFv3 into the list

    Comment by Alexis — April 25, 2008 @ 7:51 am | Reply

  3. […] Question Of The Day: 24 April, 2008  […]

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