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1

A ___ is a network that extends over a large geographical area.

WAN

2

A ___ route in the routing table represents the IP address on a local interface, with a /32 mask.

Local

3

A ___ route in the routing table represents the network a local interface is connected to.

Connected

4

A ___ route is a route that matches all possible destinations, and is used only if a more specific route match isn’t found in the routing table.

Default

5

A default route is configured with [IP address]/[prefix length]

0.0.0.0/0

6

An end host trying to send a packet to a destination in a different network will forward the packet to its ___

Default gateway

7

Code “*” in the routing table stands for:

Candidate default

8

Code “C” in the routing table stands for:

Connected

9

Code “L” in the routing table stands for:

Local

10

Code “S” in the routing table stands for:

Static

11

Command to configure a static route with a next-hop address:
R1(config)# ___

ip route destination-address mask next-hop-address

12

Routers ___ packets with destinations that don’t match any entries in the routing table.

Drop

13

Routers compare packets’ ___ to entries in the routing table.

Destination IP address

14

The most specific match in the routing table is the match with the ___ prefix length.

Longest

15

The most specific match in the routing table is the match with the longest ___.

Prefix length

16

What does WAN stand for?

Wide Area Network

17

What two types of routes are automatically added to the routing table when you configure an IP address on an interface and enable it?

Connected, Local