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what does the descriptor 'successor' mean?

main path that the EIGRP uses

2

what does the descriptor 'feasible successor' mean?

if the successor path in EIGRP goes down then the 2nd path is used and it is called the ' feasible successor'

3

RIP?

reliable transport protocol

4

is EIGRP classsfull or classless?

classless: sends subnet mask info with it.

5

EIGRP?

Enahanced interior gateway router protocol

6

what are the ipv4 and ipv6 EIGRP multicast addresses

224.0.0.10 and FF02::A

7

what number represents EIGRP (Hint: 110 is OSPF)

190

8

what is the organizational multicast mac address?

01-00-5E

9

What is used to facilitate hierarchical routing in OSPF

The use of multiple areas

10

DUAL?

Diffusing Update Algorithm (DUAL). the computational engine that drives EIGRP resides at the center of the routing protocol.

11

RTP?

Reliable Transport Protoco. provides delivery of EIGRP packets to neighbors. used allong with neighbor adjacencies by the DUAL algorithm.

12

what kind of routing protocol is EIGRP?

distance vector

13

what type of routing updates does EIGRP use?

partial and bonded.

14

what is a partial eigrp update?

updates only supply a new link or tells if an existing link is no longer available.

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what is a bonded eigrp update?

partial updates are only sent to routers that are effected. saves bandwidth on network.

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what kind of load balancing does eigrp use?

both equal and unequal.