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1. A CBWFQ and LLQ term referring to the bandwidth on an interface that is neither reserved nor allocated via a priority command.






2. A basic form of traffic shaping that is applied to an interface or subinterface. By default - it shapes all traffic leaving the interface - but can be modified by using an access control list. The access list controls only what traffic is shaped; GTS






3. An attack by which the attacker initiates many TCP connections to a server - but does not complete the TCP connections - by simply not sending the third segment normally used to establish the connection. The server may consume resources and reject ne






4. The multicast addresses assigned by IANA.






5. An alternative software loaded into a Cisco router - used for basic IP connectivity; most useful when Flash memory is broken and you need IP connectivity to copy a new IOS image into Flash memory.






6. The multicast IP address 224.0.0.5 - listened for by all OSPF routers.






7. An 802.11 frame that access points or stations in ad hoc networks send periodically so that wireless stations can discover the presence of a wireless LAN and coordinate use of certain protocols - such as power-save mode.






8. A type of OSPF stub area for which neither external (type 5) LSAs are introduced - nor type 3 summary LSAs; instead - the ABRs originate and inject default routes into the area. External routes cannot be injected into a totally stubby area.






9. A router that should not be used to forward packets between other routers. Other routers will not send Query messages to a stub router.






10. A serial-line encoding standard that sends alternating positive and negative 3-volt signals for binary 1 - and no signal (0 V) for binary 0.






11. The IP address used by hosts as the default gateway in a VRRP configuration. This address is shared by two or more VRRP routers - much as HSRP works.






12. Peak information rate.






13. Per-VLAN Spanning Tree Plus.






14. A method of Link Fragmentation and Interleaving (LFI) over interfaces that natively use Frame Relay encapsulation. The routers first build MLP-style PPP headers - which are then encapsulated inside a Frame Relay header. The PPP headers are then used






15. Web Cache Communication Protocol.






16. An issue whereby parts of the RF signal take different paths from the source to the destination - which causes direct and reflected signals to reach the receiver at different times - and corresponding bit errors.






17. Message sent by a PIM-DM router to its upstream router asking to quickly restart forwarding the group traffic; sent using the unicast address of the upstream router.






18. The RFC-standard MPLS protocol used to advertise the binding (mapping) information about each particular IP prefix and associated label. See also TDP.






19. Ethernet feature in which a NIC or Ethernet port can both transmit and receive at the same instant in time. It can be used only when there is no possibility of collisions. Loopback circuitry on NIC cards is disabled to use full duplex.






20. For some encoding schemes - consecutive signals must use opposite polarity in an effort to reduce DC current. A BPV occurs when consecutive signals are of the same polarity.






21. With PIM on a multiaccess network - the PIM router with the highest IP address on the subnet. It is also the IGMPv1 Querier. The DR is responsible for the following tasks: - Sending PIM register and PIM join and prune messages toward the RP to infor






22. A term used with Cisco LAN switches - referring to a DSCP value used when making QoS decisions about a frame. This value may not be the actual DSCP value in the IP header encapsulated inside the frame.






23. A Cisco-proprietary feature. After a Cisco multicast router receives IGMP Join or Leave messages from hosts - it communicates to the connected Cisco switches - telling them which hosts (based on their unicast MAC addresses) have joined or left each m






24. One of the two modes of MDRR - in which the priority queue is serviced between each servicing of the non-priority queues.






25. From one multicast router's perspective - the upstream router is another router that has just forwarded a multicast packet to that router.






26. 16 bits between the interface ID and global routing prefix in an IPv6 global address - used for subnet assignment inside an enterprise.






27. Data Terminal Ready.






28. An 802.1d STP port state in which the port sends and receives frames.






29. Jargon referring to any queue that receives priority service - often used for queues in an LLQ configuration that have the priority command configured.






30. A protocol - defined in RFC 2865 - that defines how to perform authentication between an authenticator (for example - a router) and an authentication server that holds a list of usernames and passwords.






31. A routing protocol feature by which the routing update includes only routes that have changed - rather than include the entire set of routes.






32. The first 6 bits of the DS field - used for QoS marking.






33. An early standard from AT&T for encoding analog voice as a digital signal for transmission over a TDM network. PCM requires 64 kbps - and is the basis for the DS0 speed.






34. A type of routing protocol convergence event in which the metric for a route increases slightly over time because of the advertisement of an invalid route.






35. The operating mode of shaped round-robin that provides a low-latency queue with policing.






36. Generic routing encapsulation.






37. An MPLS VPN term referring to a router at a customer site that does not implement MPLS.






38. A router feature used when a router sees an ARP request searching for an IP host's MAC - when the router believes the IP host could not be on that LAN because the host is in another subnet. If the router has a route to reach the subnet where the ARP-






39. An alternative software loaded into a Cisco router - used for low-level debugging and for password recovery.






40. A Cisco router feature in which the router works to prevent SYN attacks either by monitoring TCP connections flowing through the router - or by actively terminating TCP connection until the TCP connection is established and then knitting the client-s






41. With EIGRP - a purposefully slowly changing measurement of round-trip time between neighbors - from which the EIGRP RTO is calculated.






42. The protocol used in IPv6 for many functions - including address autoconfiguration - duplicate address detection - router - neighbor - and prefix discovery - neighbor address resolution - and parameter discovery.






43. A designated router that is directly connected with a source of the multicast group.






44. A route that is created to represent one or more smaller component routes - typically in an effort to reduce the size of routing and topology tables.






45. A tunneling protocol that can be used to encapsulate many different protocol types - including IPv4 - IPv6 - IPsec - and others - to transport them across a network.






46. Structure of Management Information.






47. Time Interval.






48. A Cisco 12000 series router feature that combines the key features of LLQ and CQ to provide similar congestion-management features.






49. A term referring generically to a server that performs many AAA functions. It also refers to the software product Cisco Secure Access Control Server.






50. The process of taking the IP - UDP - and RTP headers of a voice or video packet - compressing them - and then uncompressing them on the receiving router.