R1 and R2 are directly connected using the interfaces shown in the exhibit. R1 can ping R2’s
interface, and R2 can ping R1’s interface. The IS-IS adjacency will not come up. What is causing
the adjacency to fail?
The correct levels are not configured under protocols isis.
The link MTU is too small to support IS-IS.
Authentication is not properly configured for the adjacency.
Both routers are configured as the DR, causing a conflict.
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Every interface that participates in an ISIS routing domain must be capable of transmitting packets at least as large as 1492 bytes