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  1. Virtual local area network trunking protocol
  2. VTP server mode
  3. VTP transparent mode
  4. VTP client mode
  5. IPv6 static routing
  6. IPv6 Default routing
  7. Spanning tree protocol
  8. Root primary
  9. Rood secondary
  10. Spanning tree Portfast
  11. EIGRP Load balancing
  12. Equal cost load balancing
  13. Unequal cost load balancing
  14. Variance value and calculation
  15. Varying bandwidth of interface
  16. Redistribution of RIP and OSPF
  17. Redistribution of OSPF and EIGRP
  18. Redistribution of RIP and EIGRP
  19. AAA
  20. Local username and password
  21. Routing information protocol NG
  22. RIP protocol ID string
  23. Binding interfaces with RIPNG
  24. Routing table of IPv6
  25. Pinging and traceroute of IPv6
  26. OSPF Summarization
  27. OSPF Virtual Link
  28. Native Virtual local area network
  29. Etherchannel
  30. Port aggregation Protocol
  31. L2 Etherchannel
  32. Auto mode
  33. Desirable mode
  34. Etherchannel Negotiation
  35. Port Channel
  36. PBR
  37. Policy route-map
  38. Inter-Vlan routing using L3 switch
  39. Port security
  40. Violation shutdown
  41. Resuming blocked port
  42. Voice Vlan
  43. Telephony-service
  44. E-Phone Directory number
  45. Button allocation
  46. Registering ip phones with cucme
  47. Establishing calls between multiple IP phone
  48. Switch Port analyzer
  49. Monitoring data traffic
  50. Monitor session
  51. Viewing ICMP packets using GUI of packet sniffer
  52. Analyzing packet flow
  53. Border gateway protocol
  54. BGP peers
  55. Administrative distance of ibgp and ebgp
  56. Bgp peer messages
  57. Open, keep alive, update, notification
  58. Bgp neighbor relationship status
  59. Idle, connect, active
  60. opensent, openconfirm, established
  61. Bgp synchronization
  62. Black-hole
  63. Originating prefix in bgp
  64. Bgp routing table
  65. Bgp route reflector
  66. Bgp confederations
  67. Bgp peer groups
  68. Bgp attributes
  69. Well known mandatory
  70. Well known discretionary
  71. Optional transitive
  72. Optional non-transitive
  73. AS path attribute
  74. Next hop attribute
  75. Next hop attribute on multi access network
  76. Next hop attribute on NBMA
  77. Origin attribute
  78. Local preference attribute
  79. Multi exit discriminator attribute
  80. Community attribute
  81. Weight attribute
  82. Atomic aggregate
  83. Aggregator
  84. Bgp best path determination
  85. AS path prepend
  86. Bgp next hop self
  87. OSPF DR & BDR Election
  88. RIP V2 Authentication
  89. EIGRP Authentication
  90. OSPF Authentication
  91. RIPng(R12)and RIPng(R23) Redistribution
  92. OSPFv3 and RIPng Redistribution
  93. OSPFv3 and EIGRP 100 Redistribution
  94. Distribution List
  95. REDISTRIBUTING EIGRP INTO RIP USING ROUTE FILTERING
  96. BGP Neighbor MD5 Authentication
  97. Configuring Route Reflectors
  98. Configuring MED
  99. Changing BGP weight
  100. DHCP Relay