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QUESTION 191
Half of your network uses RIPv2 and the other half runs OSPF. The networks do not communicate with each other. Which two of these factors describe the impact of activating EIGRP over each separate part? (Choose two.)

A.    EIGRP will not be accepted when configured on the actual RIPv2 routers.
B.    OSPF will no longer be used in the routing table, because you only have EIGRP internal routes running.
C.    OSPF will no longer be used in the routing table, because you only have EIGRP external routes running.
D.    RIPv2 will populate its RIP database but not its routing table, because you only have EIGRP external routes running.
E.    RIPv2 will populate its RIP database but not its routing table, because you only have EIGRP internal routes running.
F.    OSPF database will have RIPv2 routes.

Answer: BE

QUESTION 192
Your company is researching a new application that runs over IPv6, but part of it must still have IPv4 support. Your company uses a traditional IPv4 network. Your plan is not to run IPv6 over the whole network, but to segment parts of the network or even to operate simultaneously with IPv6 and IPv4. You must make a brief presentation about IPv6 technology to the board of technical directors. Which three of these items could be part of your presentation? (Choose three.)

A.    Tunnel IPv6 over IPv4 to connect far-end IPv6 networks.
B.    Explain why configuring IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time over the same LAN interface is not possible.
C.    Explain why configuring IPv4 and IPv6 at the same time over the same LAN interface is possible.
D.    What is the meaning of EUI-64 and how does it work?
E.    Tunnel IPv4 over IPv6 to connect far-end IPv4 networks.

Answer: ACD

QUESTION 193
Refer to exhibits 1 and 2. In exhibit 1, all users on the LAN segment use router A as the active HSRP router. Router B is the standby router for the HSRP. In exhibit 2, the network management team reported that there is no utilization on the WAN link B. To solve this problem, you decide to change the logical topology of your LAN, but you are not sure about what changes must be made. You must manage HSRP or change it to another protocol in order to provide the most scalable design, automatic redundancy, and load balancing. Which one of these actions would be the best choice?
1931

A.    Use MHSRP, with three users using router A as the default gateway and three users using router B as the default gateway.
B.    Keep HSRP and activate PBR to redirect half of the traffic to the other WAN link.
C.    Use the backup interface on the WAN link B to provide load balancing for all users.
D.    Use GLBP instead, because it provides you with up to three MAC addresses for the same default gateway virtual IP address.
E.    Use GLBP instead, because it provides you with up to four MAC addresses for the same default gateway virtual IP address.

Answer: E

QUESTION 194
Refer to exhibits 1 and 2. A company uses a Metro Ethernet (Gigabit Ethernet) dedicated circuit to communicate between users (subnet B) and servers (subnet A) as shown in Exhibit 1. Both routers use OSPF to advertise the subnets. During a weekly management meeting, they realize that the WAN link is oversize. They have been using only 2 Mb/s in the worst-case scenario. So they propose a new, cheaper WAN connection using a 2-Mb/s Frame-Relay point-to-point link to interconnect both sites (Exhibit 2). The Frame Relay service provider informs them that multicast traffic is not allowed to run over the service provider network. Which one of these options is best to enable the company to establish the OSPF neighbor adjacency?
1941

A.    Use OSPF network broadcast, because it uses unicast to establish a neighbor relationship.
B.    Use OSPF network point-to-multipoint, because it uses unicast to establish a neighbor relationship.
C.    Use OSPF network point-to-point, because it uses unicast to establish a neighbor relationship.
D.    Use OSPF network point-to-multipoint nonbroadcast, because it establishes a neighbor relationship using unicast packets.
E.    Use OSPF network nonbroadcast, because it establishes a neighbor relationship using multicast.

Answer: D

QUESTION 195
Refer to the exhibit. Users from the Engineering VLAN complain that every time Business VLAN users have a network connectivity issue, the Engineering VLAN users usually have problems experiencing slow response or network connectivity problems. After troubleshooting, an unauthorized switch 2 was found. This unauthorized switch has been a regular problem, assuming the root bridge function under the spanning-tree domain and causing the Engineering VLAN to be unstable. Which three of these actions could be suggested to fix the problem?
1951

A.    Upgrade Spanning Tree Protocol to Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol.
B.    Change Business VLAN PCs to switch 1 and switch 4.
C.    Force the root bridge to be switch 2, instead.
D.    Adjust spanning-tree timers (max-age and forward-delay).
E.    Shut down all unused ports.
F.    Use MSTP to separate the Engineering VLAN from the Business VLAN to optimize spanning-tree convergence time within each VLAN

Answer: AEF

QUESTION 196
When running IP SLA, which application type should be used if you want to know round-trip delay, jitter, and packet loss for the full path?

A.    ICMP path echo
B.    UDP echo
C.    ICMP path jitter
D.    Application Performance Monitor
E.    TCP connect

Answer: C

QUESTION 197
Which option is true when calculating round-trip delay in IP SLA operations?

A.    The processing time on the end routers is only assessed for operations that involve the responder.
B.    The processing time on the end routers is only assessed for operations that involve the transmitter.
C.    The processing time on the end routers is only assessed for operations that involve both the responder and the transmitter.
D.    The processing time on the end routers is not assessed for neither the responder nor the transmitter.

Answer: A

QUESTION 198
Refer to the exhibit. You are asked to enable redirection for a network optimization engine that will be connected directly to your company CPE. What is the correct configuration to enable redirection for traffic optimization?
1981

A.    (config)#interface s0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 61 out
(config)#interface e0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 62 out
B.    (config)#interface s0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 62 in
(config)#interface e0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 61 in
C.    (config)#interface s0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 61 in
(config-if)#ip wccp 62 out
D.    (config)#interface e0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 61 in
(config-if)#ip wccp 62 out
E.    (config)#interface e0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 61 out
(config-if)#ip wccp 62 in
F.    (config)#interface s0/0
(config-if)#ip wccp 61 out
(config-if)#ip wccp 62 in

Answer: D

QUESTION 199
Refer to the exhibit. A network engineer has connected a packet-capturing device to the common broadcast segment in this network, on which all the routers are configured to run OSPF. By examining various show commands on the routers, the engineer discovers that the designated router is R1. By examining the captured packets, the engineer also discovers that every new LSA that R3 sends to the link, R1 resends to the link a few moments later. Is this correct OSPF operation, and why or why not?
1991

A.    This is correct operation; flooding new LSA information to the other routers is a function of the designated router.
B.    This is incorrect operation; each new LSA should only be flooded onto a given broadcast link once.
C.    This is correct operation; OSPF uses a scheme whereby each LSA flooded onto a link is acknowledged by the receiving router through a reflood back onto the link of the same information.
D.    This is incorrect operation; it indicates that while R3 can send packets to R1, R1 cannot send packets to R3.

Answer: A

QUESTION 200
Refer to the exhibit. In this network, what will be the impact at R4 if the link between R1 and R2 fails?
2001

A.    R3 will generate a new summary (type 3) LSA when the link between R1 and R2 fails. When R4 receives this new summary LSA, it will run SPF, recalculating its shortest path tree.
B.    R4 will not receive any new LSAs of any type, nor will it run SPF.
C.    R4 will receive a router (type 1) LSA from R2, since it has lost its connection to R2. When R4 receives this LSA, it will run SPF to recalculate the shortest path tree.
D.    R2 will generate a new network (type 2) LSA, since it has lost its connection to 10.1.1.4/30. When R4 receives this LSA, it will run SPF to recalculate the shortest path three.

Answer: B

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