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Which of the following problems would cause the interfa…

A administrator’s network has OSPF for the internal routing protocol and has two interfaces that continue to flap. The administrator reviews the following output:
Fast ethernet 0 is up, line protocol is up
Int ip address is 10.20.130.5/25
MTU 1500 bytes, BW10000 kbit, DLY 100 usec
Reliability 255/255, Tx load 1/255, Rx load 1/255
Encapsulation ospf, loopback not set
Keep alive 10
Full duplex, 100Mb/s, 100Base Tx/Fx
Received 1052993 broadcasts
1258 input errors
983881 packet output, 768588 bytes
1747 output errors, 0 collisions, 423 resets
Which of the following problems would cause the interface flap?

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A.
Wrong IP address

B.
Loopback not set

C.
Bad wire

D.
Incorrect encapsulation

E.
Duplex mismatch

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One Comment on “Which of the following problems would cause the interfa…

  1. Christopher Schaffner says:

    Just hoping someone can provide some clarity on this one as I a bit uncertain w/ the reasoning behind this answer.I get that the Kb conversion to Mb is 1.25Mb. With this it would seem more of a Speed mismatch which should be adjusted for automatically w/ the lowest speed taking the front.




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