OSPF Quiz or Routing Protocol Test

OSPF Quiz

Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) is a one of the famous routing protocol, it is a very vast topic and this OSPF quiz is covering the most important questions related to OSPF, that may be ask from you in networking interview. You can re-take the quiz for randomly selected new questions.

 

OSPF Quiz

The updates for IPv6 are specified as OSPF Version ____.
In OSPF NBMA (non-broadcast multiple-access) network which are two official modes for OSPF.
In OSPF you can define your network into different ______.
Redistribution into an NSSA area creates a special type of LSA known as ______ which can exist only in an NSSA area.
OSPF use the LSA (link state advertisement) for building the topology table and database. There are total ________ types of LSA.
There are three tables in OSPF, choose the correct options:
OSPF uses the ______ algorithm for finding the best path.
A stub area is an area which does not receive route advertisements external to the autonomous system (AS) and blocks the _______.
In OSPF NBMA (non-broadcast multiple-access) network which are three modes for OSPF which are define by Cisco.
OSPF is ____________ Protocol.
Hello message are sent after every ______ in broadcast point-to-point mode and after every _____ in NBMA.
In OSPF Routers are “fully adjacent” then this state is known as _________.
A _____ is a router that becomes the designated router (DR) if the current DR has a problem or fails.
An _____ maintains separate link state databases for each area and also perform the summarization for connected areas in the network.
The backbone area also known as _____,

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