What does the "IPX maximum-paths 2" command accomplish?

A. It enables load sharing on 2 paths if the paths are equal

metric paths.

B. It sets up routing to go to network 2.

C. It is the default for Cisco IPX load sharing.

D. It enables load sharing on 2 paths if the paths are

unequal metric paths.




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What does the "IPX maximum-paths 2" command accomplish? A. It enables load sharing on 2..

Answer / guest

Answer: A

It enables load sharing on 2 paths if the paths

are equal metric paths. The default is 1 path and the

maximum is 512 paths.

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What does the "IPX maximum-paths 2" command accomplish? A. It enables load sharing on 2..

Answer / nishant

Limits the number of paths for load balancing to 2 (4 =
default, 6 = maximum).

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What does the "IPX maximum-paths 2" command accomplish? A. It enables load sharing on 2..

Answer / anjali

b

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