You are IT engineer in a company having Cisco routers implemented in office. Your task is to check configurations that are currently running on the router. Which command you will use to see the configurations?
Which protocol is used in switch to prevent switch looping?
Which port of TCP used in BGP to establishing a connection with neighbor?
What does OSPF stands for?
Which protocol BGP use to establish connection with neighbor?
Which command is used to see routes in routing table?
What is the administrative distance of RIP V1?
RIP V2 is?
Which command is used to backup your IOS to TFTP attached server?
In a Cisco switch, if a revision number is 10 and you deleted 3 VLAN one by one, what will be the final revision number?
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