And now.. the answers!
1. Watch this one - there's a big difference between an IGP summary and a BGP summary.
With BGP, both the summary route and the routes that were summarized will be advertised with the aggregate-address command. To advertise only the summary, use the summary-only option with that command.
2. (A). In the BGP path selection process, the 3rd factor is the preference of a locally originated route.
3. (C, E). A BGP next-hop address of 0.0.0.0 can indicate a locally originated route, and it can also indicate a route learned via route redistribution.
4. A question mark for a BGP origin code indicates a route that was learned via route redistribution.
5. (A). The BGP attribute AS_PATH is specifically designed to prevent routing loops. If a BGP-speaking router received an update with its own AS number in the path, that router knows there's a loop!
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