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Re: RE2: CCIE Wording interpretation posted 03/05/2004
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I guess the vague wording is one of the reasons it is so confusing. I quite agree with you about the caveat with RIP (where passive interfaces does not actually stop advertisements)
 
Now Lee has a different opinion about it referring to incoming adverts, though I strongly disagree with this. I am of the oopinion that it must be referring to the behaviour of the local device as it relates to its own generated adverts.
 
Rgds,
 
Bola

"SANCHEZ-MONGE,ANTONIO (HP-France,ex2)" <antonio.sanchez-monge@xxxxxx> wrote:
Ooopss...

I was wrong, passive-interface default would block all advertisements only
for EIGRP but would not block RIP incoming updates. For RIP you need to do
it with access-lists, distribute-lists, vlan-maps, distance command,
offset-lists...

Cheers,
Ato.

-----Original Message-----
From: SANCHEZ-MONGE,ANTONIO (HP-France,ex2) 
Sent: viernes, 05 de marzo de 2004 12:13
To: 'Bola Adegbonmire'; ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: RE: CCIE Wording interpretation


Hi Bola,

Yes, I think you're right (passive-interface default).

Cheers,
Ato.

-----Original Message-----
From: Bola Adegbonmire [mailto:bolaccie@xxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: viernes, 05 de marzo de 2004 11:43
To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: CCIE Wording interpretation


Hi All,
this is a practice lab question and I am trying to be sure of interpretation

configure rip such that the default behaviour is to deny all advertisements
configure eigrp such that the default behaviour is to deny all
advertisements

I am wondering how to interprete these two questions - Is it referring to a
passive interface default config and then enabling specific interfaces or
what? 


rgds,

Bola


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