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Refer to the exhibit. The indicated configuration was established on the HSRP standby router RTB.

However, the console message %P!"!#$P%##R started a&&earing almost immediately on the RTB router.
'iven the out&ut of the show standby brief command on RT%, what is the cause of the &roblem(
The grou& number )* is missing in the Router RTB configuration commands.
+hich statement correctly ex&lains the &rocess of mitigating %RP attac,s on a switch where dynamic %RP
ins&ection -#%. has been configured(
The interce&ted &ac,ets are verified against the #H/P snoo&ing binding table for valid P!to!0%/ bindings.
Refer to the exhibit. +hat feature does an S10P manager need to be able to set a &arameter on %/Sw2(
a manager who is using host 234.256.*.)
+hich statement is true concerning the core layer within the hierarchical design model(
Routing should be configured without traffic filtering, address translation, or other &ac,et mani&ulation at
the core.
+hen a &ort security violation occurs on a switch &ort, the switch sends a syslog message but does not
shutdown the &ort. +hat &ort security mode is in effect(
+hich three ste&s are re7uired to configure interfaces as routed &orts on a multilayer /atalyst switch(
-/hoose three..
8nable P routing globally.
%ssign P addresses to routed &orts.
#isable 9ayer 4 functionality on interfaces that will be configured as routed &orts.
% bridging loo& occurs in a networ, and disru&ts user connectivity. +hat action should be ta,en by a
networ, administrator to restore connectivity(
#isable &orts that should be in the bloc,ing state.
+hich three actions can cause &roblems with a :TP im&lementation( -/hoose three..
using a non!trun, lin, to connect switches
using non!/isco switches
using lowercase on one switch and u&&ercase on another switch for domain names
Refer to the exhibit. +hat two conclusions can be made based on the out&ut( -/hoose two..
Switch #9S2 is not the root bridge for :9%1 2.
The /ost column in the lower &art of the exhibit is not the cumulative root &ath cost.
+hich ;oS re7uirement should be ta,en into account when im&lementing :oP in a cam&us environment(
The ;oS re7uirements should accommodate the smooth demand on bandwidth, low latency, and delay
for voice traffic.
+hen troubleshooting '9BP in an environment with a :9%1 that s&ans multi&le access layer switches, a
networ, engineer discovers that subo&timal &aths are being used for u&stream traffic. +hat is the
recommended solution(
$se HSRP instead of '9BP.
How should a switch &ort be configured for a connection to a standalone wireless access &oint that
&rovides multi&le :9%1!se&arated SS#s(
as a trun, &ort
Refer to the exhibit. +hat ha&&ens if interface gigabit8thernet )<2 on Switch% sto&s receiving $#9#
$#9# changes the &ort state to err!disable.
+hich two &rocedures should be im&lemented and in &lace when de&loying :oP in a cam&us networ,(
-/hoose two..
/reate voice :9%1s to ,ee& voice traffic se&arate from other data to ensure s&ecial handling of the traffic.
/onfigure traffic sha&ing ;oS &olicy to guarantee minimum delay for the voice traffic.
+hat are three &ossible misconfigurations or indicators of misconfigurations on a 9ayer = interface(
-/hoose three.)
wrong P address or subnet mas,
downed S:
%/9 on wrong interface
+hat ty&e of 7ueuing &rovides the best 7uality for voice a&&lications(
&riority 7ueuing
Refer to the exhibit. +hat is the &roblem between the connection on Switch2 and Switch4(
enca&sulation mismatch
Refer to the exhibit. The exhibit contains the configuration for a /isco access device. How will someone
dialing in be authenticated(
R%#$S server and, if that fails, local username and &assword
+hich STP enhancement should be configured in the networ, to &revent a nondesignated &ort to
transition to a forwarding state when a to&ology change occurs(
9oo& guard should be im&lemented on the 9ayer 4 &orts between #S+2 and #S+4 and on the u&lin,
&orts from the access switches to the distribution switches.
+hat are two actions a hac,er may ta,e in a :9%1 ho&&ing attac,( -/hoose two..
sending malicious dynamic trun,ing &rotocol -#TP. frames
% networ, administrator wants to im&lement inter!:9%1 routing in the networ,. +hich interfaces should
be configured as routed &orts(
all interfaces on lin,s 2, 4, =, ", ), and 5
+hich three actions are ta,en when the command switch&ort host is entered on a switch &ort( -/hoose
Port>ast is enabled.
Trun,ing is disabled.
/hannel grou& is disabled.
+hich two statements are true about routed &orts on a multilayer switch( -/hoose two..
% routed &ort is not associated with a &articular :9%1.
To create a routed &ort re7uires removal of 9ayer 4 &ort functionality with the no switchport interface
configuration command.
Refer to the exhibit. %ssuming that the switch is running 0ulti&le S&anning Tree -0ST., which conclusion
can be made based on the out&ut(
0ST will re7uire fewer resources than P:ST? or P:RST?.
+hat is the recommended maximum one!way @itter when im&lementing video over P for real!time video
2* ms
Refer to the exhibit. Switches #Sw2 and #Sw4 are configured with the HSRP virtual P address 2*.2*.2*.2,
and standby &riority is set to 2**. %ssume both switches finish booting at the same time and HSRP is
o&erating as ex&ected. An the basis of this information, which three HSRP statements are true( -/hoose
f the #Sw2 and #Sw4 switches have been configured to &reem&t, then #Sw4 will be the active router.
The HSRP grou& number in this HSRP configuration is HSRP grou& number )*.
The standby track command is useful for trac,ing interfaces that are not configured for HSRP.
Refer to the exhibit. Based on the &rovided show ip dhcp snooping command, which statement is true(
Anly &ort >a*<4" can send and receive all #H/P messages.
+hich two items in the T/%0 table are referenced in the &rocess of forwarding a &ac,et( -/hoose two..
%/9 information
;oS information
/atalyst /atalyst 5)** switches su&&ort which three Su&ervisor 8ngine redundancy features( -/hoose
Route Processor Redundancy? -RPR?.
Stateful Switchover -SSA.
1onsto& >orwarding -1S>.
+hich two statements are true about the default o&eration of STP in a 9ayer 4 switched environment that
has redundant connections between switches( -/hoose two..
#ecisions on which &ort to bloc, when two &orts have e7ual cost de&end on the &ort &riority and index.
1onroot switches each have only one root &ort.
+hich benefit is &rovided by centraliBing servers in a data center server farm(
t is easier to filter and &rioritiBe traffic to and from the data center.
+hich three issues can cause devices to become disconnected across a trun, lin,( -/hoose three..
native :9%1 mismatch
9ayer 4 interface mode incom&atibilities
mismatched trun, enca&sulations
Refer to the exhibit. +hat restriction will be &resented in a cam&us enter&rise networ, that is designed
with four large distribution building bloc,s(
The im&lementation of scalability that is re7uired during future growth will be limited.
Refer to the exhibit. +hat additional configuration is re7uired in order for users in :9%1 2* to
communicate with the users in :9%1 4*(
/onfigure interface >a*<2 on S+2 as a trun,.
+hich architecture enables enter&rises to offer im&ortant networ, services, such as security, new
communication services, and im&roved a&&lication &erformance to every office, regardless of its siBe or
&roximity to head7uarters(
Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture
C/isco 8nter&rise Branch %rchitecture
Refer to the exhibit. 'iven that interface >a=<"4 is an active trun, &ort, what two conclusions can be made
based on the dis&layed out&ut( -/hoose two..
Root guard is not enabled on interface >a=<"4.
nterface >a=<"4 will not &ass data traffic if it detects that it is &art of a s&anning!tree loo& caused by
unidirectional lin, failure.
+hich three &arameters must be configured in order to enable SSH( -/hoose three..
domain name
The T/%0 defines three different match o&tions that correlate to which three s&ecific match regions(
-/hoose three..
longest match
exact match
first match
+hich two ty&es of attac,s can be mitigated by &ort security( -/hoose two..
denial of service -#oS.
0%/!address flooding
+hat is a characteristic of a standalone +9%1 solution(
has no centraliBed o&erational control
Refer to the exhibit. +hat configuration will be re7uired on the #S+ switch in order to &erform inter!
:9%1 routing for all :9%1s that are configured on the access switches(
/onfigure S: for each :9%1 in the networ,.
How do >lex9in, and STP o&erate together(
STP can be active in the distribution layer, but is unaware of any >lex9in, u&dates in the access layer.
Refer to the exhibit. +hat two effects will occur when a fourth distribution module is included in the
cam&us enter&rise networ, that is de&icted in the exhibit( -/hoose two..
The inclusion of the fourth module will increase the routing com&lexity.
t will increase the number of additional lin,s that are re7uired to &rovide redundant connectivity.
+hen should a &roactive management be &erformed within the stages of the /isco 9ifecycle Services(
o&timiBe &hase
+hich multilayer switching forwarding method does /isco 8x&ress >orwarding -/8>. use(
to&ology!based switching
Refer to the exhibit. +hat is the result of the dis&layed configuration on switches %S+2 and %S+4(
BP#$ guard &uts an interface that is configured for STP Port>ast in the err!disable state u&on recei&t of a
Refer to the exhibit. +hat statement is true about the way HSRP is configured(
By setting different &riorities on different :9%1s, a ty&e of load balancing is occurring.
Refer to the exhibit. % networ, administrator wants to verify the &ro&er o&erations of the &ac,et load
sharing between a grou& of redundant routers that are configured with '9BP. An the basis of the &rovided
out&ut, which router is the %ctive :irtual >orwarder -%:>. for Host4(
the router with an P address of 2*.2.2.4
+hat is re7uired for S9% to ca&ture one!way delays(
1etwor, Time Protocol -1TP.
+hat is the most common method of configuring inter!:9%1 routing on a 9ayer = switch(
/onfigure switch virtual interfaces. The result is that the router will have a virtual interface in each :9%1.
+hat is the &ur&ose of the debug condition standby vlan vlan!id grou&!number command in
troubleshooting HSRP(
limit the out&ut of the debug standby command to the s&ecific :9%1 interface and HSRP grou&
+hat device can be used to su&&ort Power over 8thernet -Po8. to &ower the access &oints(
an 8thernet switch
+hich three statements about RSTP edge &orts are true( -/hoose three..
8dge &orts should never connect to another switch.
f an edge &ort receives a BP#$, it becomes a normal s&anning!tree &ort.
8dge &orts never generate to&ology change notifications -T/1s. when the &ort transitions to a disabled or
enabled status.
+hat are two benefits of local :9%1s in the 8nter&rise /am&us 1etwor,( -/hoose two..
ease of management because local :9%1s are ty&ically confined to the building access submodule
high availability because redundant &aths exist at all infrastructure levels
+hich &hase of the /isco 9ifecycle Services a&&roach includes building a networ, according to the design
and verifying that it &erforms according to s&ecifications(
im&lement &hase
+hat three features are &rovided by 888 6*4.2; trun,ing( -/hoose three..
;oS su&&ort
multivendor su&&ort
relatively small frame overhead
Refer to the exhibit. The lin, between switch S+2 and S+4 is manually configured as full du&lex on S+4
and with half du&lex on S+2. How could this im&act the STP o&erations(
Switch S+4 can move &ort >a*<= into a forwarding state, thereby creating a 9ayer 4 loo&.
How many &hysical lin,s can com&rise a single P%gP 8ther/hannel on a /atalyst =)5* switch( -/hoose
+hat is the most fundamental form of high availability when using /atalyst modular switches(
Su&ervisor 8ngine redundancy
+hat is the recommended maximum one!way latency when im&lementing video over P for The
recommended maximum one!way latency should not be more than 2)* ms.