Which of the following are characteristics of an LSP?

Which of the following are characteristics of an LSP? (Choose two) A. It is unidirectional. B. It is bidirectional. C. It must always have a secondary path. D. It provides a specific tunnel for a FEC through the network. E. It always follows the IGP best path. Explanation: Show Answer

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Which of the following statements regarding RSVP-TE is FALSE?

Which of the following statements regarding RSVP-TE is FALSE? A. RSVP-TE operates in a downstream unsolicited label advertisement mode. B. RSVP-TE makes use of ordered control mode. C. RSVP-TE is an MPLS signaling protocol, based on the resource reservation protocol. D. RSVP-TE enables the establishment of explicitly routed LSPs that can be automatically routed away […]

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Click on the exhibit button below:

Click on the exhibit button below: Consider the following: – Router R2 is an ABR in OSPF Areas 0 and 1. – Router R2 advertises the aggregate prefix 10.10.10.0/24 into Area 1. – Router R1 in Area 0 generates LDP labels for FECs 10.10.102/31 and 10.10.10.4/31 Router R3 in Area 1 places these FECs in […]

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What happens to the existing LSP?

An LSP path is configured as follows:– Shared-explicit reservation style– Make-before-break (MBB) enabled – 500Mpbs bandwidth reserved on a 1Gbps link With 100Mbps of unreserved bandwidth remaining, the operator increases the LSP-path’s bandwidth reservation to 900Mbps. What happens to the existing LSP? A. CSPF looks for the delta bandwidth, taking down the first path if […]

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