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Re: Help me! I have exam Tom,CCIE Written,need ur opinion posted 11/13/2006
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Hi Rajiv,

Because the default metric-type for external route is 2, which only counts
the redistributed metric from external routing domain. so for all three
paths, their cost should be the same.

Regards,
Xiang

On 11/13/06, Rajiv <electroheart143@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Hi all,
>
>   I have some questions whose answers I believe are wrong,Just want to
> double check them,need your opinion.Here is first question:-
>
>   QUESTION 1
>
>
>   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>   Diagram:-
>
>
>   http://img176.imageshack.us/my.php?image=imagegu9.jpg
>
>   Question:-
>
>   Given the network and OSPF configuration shown in the exhibit, what
> statement is
> true regarding traffic flowing from PC-A to PC-B?
> A. Traffic will only flow on the shortest, low-speed path,
> PC-A-H-D-B-A-PC-B.
> B. Traffic will flow on both of the high speed paths (PC-A-H-F-C-B-A-PC-B
> and
> PC-A-H-G-E-B-A-PC-B ) but not the slow-speed path.
> C. Traffic will flow on all three of the paths.
> D. Traffic will flow uni-directionally on one of the high-speed paths form
> PC-A to PC-B,
> and uni-directionally on the other high-speed path from PC-B to PC-A.
> E. Traffic will flow bi-directionally on only one of the high-speed paths,
> and the path
> selected will be based on the OSPF process IDs.
>
> The Answer given is C but I think that the answer should be "B".
>
> Can someone help me out with this question.
>
> Thanks
> Rajiv
>
>
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