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BSCI Exam - BGP Question Set #1
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A non-Cisco router will consider what value first during the BGP best path selection process?
D. BGP RID
E. LOCAL PREF
Which of the following BGP regular expressions would match an AS_PATH that originated in AS 150 but had passed through other ASes on the way to the local router?
Take a look at the following configuration and identify the true statements regarding the router at 10.1.1.2.
router bgp 100
neighbor 10.1.1.2 remote-as 200
A. The router is in AS 100.
B. The router is in AS 200.
C. It should be an iBGP neighbor to the local router.
D. It should be an eBGP neighbor to the local router.
A Cisco router would return the message "incomplete command" if you entered the following command in a BGP configuration. What required value is missing?
A. The neighbor's hostname
B. The neighbor's BGP state
C. The neighbor's AS number
D. The neighbor's area number
Which of the following attributes will be carried in every BGP update?
D. atomic aggregate
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1. E. On a Cisco router, weight is the first consideration. However, weight is a Cisco-proprietary value. A non-Cisco router will consider the Local Preference first.
2. A. That particular expression allows any values in the AS PATH, but 150 must be at the end of the path; that indicates the route originated in AS 150.
3. B, D. The neighbor is in AS 200, which makes it an eBGP neighbor.
4. C. You must specify the AS of the neighbor in that statement.
5. A, C, F. The well-known BGP attributes AS_PATH, origin, and next-hop are contained in all BGP updates.
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