Which attribute of a Cisco-supported routing protocol makes it capable of rapidly learning about modifications to the network topology?
||Answer B is correct. Flash updates send asynchronous responses to changes in the network topology. Answer A is incorrect because hold-downs are a state into which routers are placed to purge the network of bad information. Answer C is incorrect because AD numbers simply rate the trustworthiness of the source of routing data. Answer D is incorrect because classful routing pertains to the lack of prefix length information in the routing protocol header.|
|Question 2|| Which of the following statements best ...|