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Identify the true statements regarding BGP peer relationships.
A. Keepalives serve as a "heartbeat" for the relationships, and this peerings will end if keepalives no longer arrive when expected.
B. They're connection-oriented and reliable.
C. They're statically configured and require no updates to stay active.
D. They are connectionless and unreliable.
At what point(s) do BGP peers exchange full updates?
A. Upon a change in the network topology
B. Every 90 minutes
C. Immediately after the adjacency is formed
D. Every 30 seconds
What BGP feature is used as a workaround to split horizon?
C. route reflectors
D. BGP adverse tunneling
A BGP route reflector receives a route from a nonclient peer. To what BGP router type(s) will that RR then send the update?
A. All RR clients and nonclients
B. All RR clients only
C. No other routers will receive that update
D. All nonclients only
What protocol allows BGP to dynamically discover peers?
E. None of the above
Name the only BGP optional non-transitive attribute.
The term multihoming refers to what process?
A. Using IGP to connect multiple ASes to the same ISP
B. Using IGP to connect an AS to more than one ISP
C. Using BGP to connect an AS to more than one ISP
D. Using BGP to connect multiple ASes to the same ISP
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1. "A, "B". BGP peer relationships use TCP port 179 to keep peer relationships alive, and its use of TCP is why we consider them to be reliable and connection-oriented.
2. "C". Full updates are sent only after the BGP peering is formed. Updates will then be sent when there's a change in the network, but that update will reflect only the change - it will not be a full network update.
3. "C". Route reflectors are one way around split horizon.
4. "B". When a route reflector receives routes from a nonclient peer, that route is reflect to the RR's clients only.
5. "E". BGP does not have a dynamic neighbor discovery protocol.
6. The only optional BGP non-transitive attribute is the MED.
7. "C". "Multihoming" is the process of using BGP to connect an AS to more than one ISP.
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