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Question No. 1
Which multicast routing protocol is most optimal for supporting many-to-many multicast applications?
PIM Bidirectional (BIDIR) has one shared tree from sources to RP and from RP to receivers. This is unlike the PIM-SM, which is unidirectional by nature with multiple source trees – one per (S, G) or a shared tree from receiver to RP and multiple SG trees from RP to sources.
Benefits of PIM BIDIR are as follows:
* As many sources for the same group use one and only state (*, G), only minimal states are required in each router.
* No data triggered events.
* Rendezvous Point (RP) router not required. The RP address only needs to be a routable address and need not exist on a physical device.
Question No. 2
A network engineer of an ISP using Cisco IOS XR routers wants to limit the number of prefixes that BGP peers can accept. To accomplish this task, the command maximum-prefix 1000 is used. Which two results of this configuration are expected? (Choose two.)
Question No. 3
Which command set is used to implement an IPv6 PIM with the global scope embedded RP address of 2001:DB8::1 on a Cisco IOS XE router?
Question No. 4
The bsr-border router PIM interface configuration command is used for what purpose?
Question No. 5
Which two methods represent IPv6 tunneling implementations? (Choose two.)
Question No. 6
Which information does the multicast supported router need to forward the multicast traffic over the source or shared tree?
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