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What are two benefits of network automation? reduced operational costs reduced hardware footprint faster changes with more reliable results fewer network failures increased network security.
A network engineer must create a diagram of a multivendor network.which command must be configured on the Cisco devices so that the topology of the network can be mapped? Device(config)#lldp run Device(config)#cdp run Device(config)# cdp enable Device(config)# flow-sampler-map topology.
Which feature on the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller when enabled restricts management access from specific networks? CPU ACL TACACS Flex ACL RADIUS.
When a site-to-site VPN is used, which protocol is responsible for the transport of user data? IKEv2 IKEv1 IPsec MD5.
How do TCP and UDP differ in the way that they establish a connection between two endpoints´╝č TCP use the three-way handshake,and UDP dose no guarantee message delivery TCP use synchronization packets,and UDP uses acknowledgement packets UDP provides reliable message transfer,and TCP is a connectionless protocol. UDP use SYN,SYN ACK,and FIN bits in the frame header while TCP uses SYN,SYN ACK,and ACK bis.
What are two reasons that cause late collisions to increment on an Ethernet interface?(choose two) when the sending device waits 15 seconds before sending the frame again when the cable length limits are exceeded when one side of the connection is configured for half-duplex when Carner Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection is used when a collision occurs after the 32nd byte of a frame has been transmitted.
A Cisco IP phone receive untagged data traffic from an attached PC. Which action is taken by the phone? It allows the traffic to pass through unchanged It drops the traffic It tags the traffic with the default VLAN It tags the traffic with the native VLAN.
What benefit does controller-based networking provide versus traditional networking? provides an added layer of security to protect from DDoS attacks combines control and data plane functionality on a single device to minimize latency moves from a two-tier to a three-tier network architecture to provide maximum redundancy allows configuration and monitoring of the network from one centralized point.
When a floating static route is configured, which action ensures that the backup route is used when the primary route fails? The floating static route must have a higher administrative distance than the primary route so it is used as a backup The administrative distance must be higher on the primary route so that the backup route becomes secondary. The floating static route must have a lower administrative distance than the primary route so it is used as a backup The default-information originate command must be configured for the route to be installed into the routing table.
Which mode must be used to configure EtherChannel between two switches without using a negotiation protocol? on auto active desirable.
What are two descriptions of three-tier network topologies? (Choose two.) The distribution layer runs Layer 2 and Layer 3 technologies. The network core is designed to maintain continuous connectivity when devices fail. The core layer maintains wired connections for each host. The core and distribution layers perform the same functions The access layer manages routing between devices in different domains.
what is the expected outcome when an EUI-64 address is generated? The seventh bit of original MAC address of the interface is inverted The interface ID is configured as a random 64-bit value The characters FE80 are inserted at the beginning of the MAC address of the interface The MAC address of the interface is used as the interface ID without modification.
Which function does an SNMP agent perform? It manages routing between Layer 3 devices in a network, It coordinates user authentication between a network device and a TACACS+ or RADIUS server. It sends information about MIB variables in response to requests from the NMS. It requests information from remote network nodes about catastrophic system events.
Which two command sequences must you configure on a switch to establish a Layer 3 EtherChannel with an open-standard protocol?(choose two) interface GigabitEthernet0/0/1 Channel-group 10 mode active interface GigabitEthernet0/0/1 Channel-group 10 mode auto interface GigabitEthernet0/0/1 Channel-group 10 mode on interface port-channel 10 no switchport ip address interface port-channel 10 switchport Switchport mode trunk.
Which command prevents passwords from being stored in the configuration as plaintext on a router or switch? enable secret service password-encryption username Cisco password encrypt enable password.
R1 has learned route via numerous routing protocols,which route is installed? route with the lowest cost route with the shortest prefix length route with the next hop that has the highest IP route with the lowest administrative distance.
which network allows devices to communicate without the need to access the internet?
Which attribute does a router use to select the best path when two or more different routes to the same destination exist from two different routing protocols? dual algorithm metric administrative distance hop count.
which command must be entered when a device is configured as an NTP server? ntp master ntp sever ntp authenticate ntp peer.
When OSPF learns multiple paths to a network, how does it select a route? It multiple the active K value by 256 to calculate the route with the lowest metric. For each existing interface, it adds the metric from the source router to the destination to calculate the route with the lowest bandwidth. It divides a reference bandwidth of 100 Mbps by the actual bandwidth of the existing interface to calculate the router with the lowest cost. It count the umber of hops between the source router and the destination to determine the router with the lowest metric.
What is a characteristic of spine-and-leaf architecture? It provides variable latency. Each link between leaf switches allows for higher bandwidth. Each device is separated by the same number of hops. It provides greater predictability on STP blocked ports.
Which two outcomes are predictable behaviors for HSRP? (Choose two) The two routers share a virtual IP address that is used as the default gateway for devices on the LAN. The two routers negotiate one router as the active router and the other as the standby router Each router has a different IP address both routers act as the default gateway on the LAN, and traffic is load balanced between them. The two routers synchronize configurations to provide consistent packet forwarding The two routed share the same IP address, and default gateway traffic is load-balanced between them.
Which action must be taken to assign a global unicast IPv6 address on an interface that is derived from the MAC address of that interface? explicitly assign a link-local address disable the EUI-64 bit process enable SLAAC on an interface configure a stateful DHCPv6 server on the network.
In which way does a spine-and-leaf architecture allow for scalability in a network when additional access ports are required? A spine switch and a leaf switch can be added with redundant connections between them A spine switch can be added with at least 40 GB uplinks A leaf switch can be added with connections to every spine switch A leaf switch can be added with a single connection to a core spine switch.
Which configuration is needed to generate an RSA key for SSH on a router? Configure the version of SSH Configure VTY access. Create a user with a password Assign a DNS domain name.
Which API is used in controller-based architectures to interact with edge devices? overlay northbound underlay southbound.
Router R1 must send all traffic without a matching routing-table entry to configuration accomplishes this task? R1# config t R1(config)# ip routing R1(config)# ip route default-route R1# config t R1(config)# ip routing R1(config)# ip route R1# config t R1(config)# ip routing R1(config)# ip route R1# config t R1(config)# ip routing R1(config)# ip default-gateway
What is a benefit of using a Cisco Wireless LAN Controller? Central AP management requires more complex configurations Unique SSIDs cannot use the same authentication method It supports autonomous and lightweight APs It eliminates the need to configure each access point individually.
An engineer must configure a /30 subnet between two routers.which usable IP address and subnet mask combination meets this criteria? interface e0/0 description to HQ-A370:98968 ip address interface e0/0 description to HQ-A370:98968 ip address interface e0/0 description to HQ-A370:98968 ip address interface e0/0 description to HQ-A370:98968 ip address
Which unified access point mode continues to serve wireless clients after losing connectivity to the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller? sniffer mesh flexconnect local.
which WPA3 enhancement protects against hackers viewing traffic on the Wi-Fi network? TKIP encryption SAE encryption AES encryption scrambled encryption key.
Which two actions influence the EIGRP route selection process? (Choose two) The router calculates the reported distance by multiplying the delay on the exiting Interface by 256. The router calculates the best backup path to the destination route and assigns it as the feasible successor. The router calculates the feasible distance of all paths to the destination route The advertised distance is calculated by a downstream neighbor to inform the local router of the bandwidth on the link The router must use the advertised distance as the metric for any given route.
What is a difference between RADIUS and TACACS+? TACACS+ encrypts only password information and RADIUS encrypts the entire payload RADIUS logs all commands that are entered by the administrator, but TACACS+ logs only start, stop, and interim commands RADIUS is most appropriate for dial authentication, but TACACS+ can be used for multiple types of authentication TACACS+ separates authentication and authorization, and RADIUS merges them.
What is an advantage of Cisco DNA Center versus traditional campus device management? It supports numerous extensibility options including cross-domain adapters and third-party SDKs. It supports high availability for management functions when operating in cluster mode. It enables easy autodiscovery of network elements m a brownfield deployment. It is designed primarily to provide network assurance.
While examining excessive traffic on the network,it is noted that all incoming packets on an interface appear to be allowed even though an IPv4 ACL is applied to the interface. Which two misconfigurations cause this behavior? (Choose two) The packets fail to match any permit statement A matching permit statement is too high in the access test A matching deny statement is too high in the access list A matching permit statement is too broadly defined The ACL is empty.
Which design element is a best practice when deploying an 802.11b wireless infrastructure? disabling TPC so that access points can negotiate signal levels with their attached wireless devices. setting the maximum data rate to 54 Mbps on the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller allocating non overlapping channels to access points that are in close physical proximity to one another configuring access points to provide clients with a maximum of 5 Mbps.
How do traditional campus device management and Cisco DNA Center device management differ in regards to deployment? Cisco DNA Center device management can be implemented at a lower cost than most traditional campus device management options Traditional campus device management schemes can typically deploy patches and updates more quickly than Cisco DNA Center device management. Cisco DNA Center device management can deploy a network more quickly than traditional campus device management Traditional campus device management allows a network to scale more quickly than with Cisco DNA Center device management.
Which two actions are performed by the Weighted Random Early Detection mechanism?(Choose two) It drops lower-priority packets before it drops higher-priority packets It can identify different flows with a high level of granularity It guarantees the delivery of high-priority packets It can mitigate congestion by preventing the queue from filling up IT supports protocol discovery.
Which set of action satisfy the requirement for multi-factor authentication? The user swipes a key fob, then clicks through an email link The user enters a user name and password, and then clicks a notification in an authentication app on a mobile device The user enters a PIN into an RSA token, and then enters the displayed RSA key on a login scre The user enters a user name and password and then re-enters the credentials on a second screen.
How do AAA operations compare regarding user identification,user services,and access control? Authorization provides access control,and authentication tracks user services Accounting tracks user services,and authentication provides access control. Authorization identifies users,and authentication provides access control Authentication identifies users,and accounting tracks user services.
What is a difference between local AP mode and FlexConnect AP mode? FlexConnect AP mode fails to function if the AP loses connectivity with the WLC. FlexConnect AP mode bridges the traffic from the AP to the WLC when local switching is configured. Local AP mode creates two CAPWAP tunnels per AF to the WLC. Local AP mode causes the AP to behave as if it were an autonomous AP.
which function dose the range of private IPv4 addresses perform? allow multiple companies to each use the same address without conflicts provides a direct connection for hosts from outside of the enterprise network ensues that NAT is not required to reach the internet with private range addressing enable secure communications to the internet for all external hosts.
A fram that enters a switch fails the Frame Check Sequence.Which two interface counters are incremented? input erros frame giants CRC runts.
what event has occurred if a router sends a notice level message to a syslog server? An interface line has changed status An ICMP connection has been built A certificate has expired A TCP connection has been torn down.
An organization has decided to start using cloud-provided services.Which cloud service allows the organization to install its own operating system on a virtual machine? platform-as-a-service software-as-a-service network-as-a-service infrastructure-as-a-service.
Which two must be met before SSH can operate normally on a Cisco IOS switch? (Choose two) The switch must be running a k9 (crypto) IOS image The ip domain-name command must be configured on the switch IP routing must be enabled on the switch A console password must be configured on the switch Telnet must be disabled on the switch.
Which command is used to specify the delay time in seconds for LLDP to initialize on any interface? lldp timer lldp holdtime lldp reinit lldp tlv-select.
which statement identifies the functionality of virtual machines? The hypervisor communicates on Layer 3 without the need for additional resources Each hypervisor can support a single virtual machine and a single software switch The hypervisor can virtual physical components including CPU,memory,and storage Virtualized servers run most efficiently when they are physically connected to a switch that is separate from the hypervisor.
when configuring IPv6 on an interafce,which two IPv6 multicast groups are joined?(choose two) 2000::/3 2000::5 FC00::/7 FF02::1 FF02::2.
Which option about JSON is true? uses predefined tags or angle brackets () to delimit markup text used to describe structured data that includes arrays used for storing information similar to HTML, it is more verbose than XML.
Which statement correctly compares traditional networks and controller-based networks? Only traditional networks offer a centralized control plane Only traditional networks natively support centralized management Traditional and controller-based networks abstract policies from device configurations Only controller-based networks decouple the control plane and the data plane.
What are two fundamentals of virtualization? (Choose two.) It allows multiple operating systems and applications to run independently on one physical server. It allows a physical router to directly connect NICs from each virtual machine into the network. The environment must be configured with one hypervisor that serves solely as a network manager to monitor SNMP traffic. It allows logical network devices to move traffic between virtual machines and the rest of the physical network. It requires that some servers, virtual machines, and network gear reside on the Internet.
Which command enables a router to become a DHCP client? ip address dhcp ip helper-address ip dhcp pool ip dhcp client.
what is the default behavior of a layer 2 switch when a frame with an unknown destination MAC address is received ? The Layer 2 switch forwards the packet and adds the destination MAC address to its MAC address table The Layer 2 switch sends a copy of a packet to CPU for destination MAC address learning The Layer 2 switch floods packets to all ports except the receiving port in the given VLAN The Layer 2 switch dorps the received frame.
Which two tasks must be performed to configure NTP to a trusted server in client mode on a single network device? (Choose two) Enable NTP authentication Verify the time zone Disable NTP broadcasts Specify the IP address of the NTP server Set the NTP server private key.
A user configured OSPF in a single area between two routers A serial interface connecting R1 and R2 is running encapsulation PPP.By default which OSPF network type is seen on this interface when the user types show ip ospf interface on R1 or R2? port-to-multipoint broadcast point-to-point non-broadcast.
What are two differences between optical-fiber cabling and copper cabling? (Choose two.) Fiber connects to physical interfaces using RJ-45 connections. The data can pass through the cladding. Light is transmitted through the core of the fiber. The glass core component is encased in a cladding. A BNC connector is used for fiber connections.
which IPv6 address type provides communication between subnets and cannot route on the internet? link-local unique local multicast global unicast.
which 802.11 frame type is association reponse ? management protected frame action control.
which two minimum parameters must be configured on an active interface to enable OSPFv2 to operate?(choose two) IPv6 address OSPF process ID OSPF MD5 authentication key OSPF stub flag OSPF area.
Which action is taken by a switch port enabled for PoE power classification override? When a powered device begins drawing power from a PoE switch port a syslog message is generated As power usage on a PoE switch port is checked data flow to the connected device is temporarily paused If a switch determines that a device is using less than the minimum configured power it assumes the device has failed and disconnects If a monitored port exceeds the maximum administrative value for power, the port is shutdown and err-disabled.
What are two characteristics of a controller-based network? (Choose two) The administrator can make configuration updates from the CLI It uses northbound and southbound APIs to communicate between architectural layers It moves the control plane to a central point It decentralizes the control plane, which allows each device to make its own forwarding decisions It uses Telnet to report system issues.
Which QoS Profile is selected in the GUI when configuring a voice over WLAN deployment? Bronze Platinum Silver Gold.
A router running EIGRP has learned the same route from two different paths.Which parameter does the router use to select the best path? cost administrative distance metric as-path.
How do TCP and UDP differ in the way they provide reliability for delivery of packets? TCP does not guarantee delivery or error checking to ensure that there is no corruption of data; UDP provides message acknowledgement and retransmits data if lost. TCP provides flow control to avoid overwhelming a receiver by sending too many packets at once; UDP sends packets to the receiver in a continuous stream without checking for sequencing. TCP uses windowing to deliver packets reliably; UDP provides reliable message transfer between hosts by establishing a three-way handshake TCP is a connectionless protocol that does not provide reliable delivery of data; UDP is a connection-oriented protocol that uses sequencing to provide reliable delivery.
A packet is destined for .which static route does the router choose to forward the packet ? ip route ip route ip route ip route
An email user has been lured into clicking a link in an email sent by their company's security organization. The webpage that opens reports that it was safe but the link could have contained malicious code. Which type of security program is in place? Physical access control Social engineering attack brute force attack user awareness.
which IPv6 address block sends packets to a group address rather than a single address ? 2000::/3 FC00::/7 FE80::/10 FF00::/8.
Two switches are connected and using Cisco Dynamic Trunking Protocol SW1 is set to Dynamic Desirable What is the result of this configuration? The link is in a downstate. The link is in an error disables state The link is becomes an access port. The link becomes a trunk port.
An engineer must configure a WLAN using the strongest encryption type for WPA2- PSK. Which cipher fulfills the configuration requirement? WEP RC4 AES TKIP.
which command automatically generates an IPv6 address from a specified IPv6 prefix and MAC address of an interface? ipv6 address dhcp ipv6 address 2001:DB8:5:112::/64 eui-64 ipv6 address autoconfig ipv6 address 2001:DB8:5:112::2/64 link-loca.
A corporate office uses four floors in a building >Floor 1 has 24 users >Floor 2 has 29 users >Floor 3 has 28 users >Floor 4 has 22 users Which subnet summarizes and gives the most efficient distribution of IP addresses for the router configuration? as summary and for each floor as summary and for each floor as summary and for each floor as summary and for each floor.
By default, how does EIGRP determine the metric of a route for the routing table? It uses the bandwidth and delay values of the path to calculate the route metric. It uses a default metric of 10 for all routes that are learned by the router It counts the number of hops between the receiving and destination routers and uses that value as the metric. It uses a reference bandwidth and the actual bandwidth of the connected link to calculate the route metric.
When configuring a WLAN with WPA2 PSK in the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller GUI, which two formats are available to select? (Choose two) ASCII base64 binary decimal hexadecimal.
What is the primary different between AAA authentication and authorization? Authentication verifies a username and password, and authorization handles the communication between the authentication agent and the user database Authentication identifies a user who is attempting to access a system, and authorization validates the users password Authentication identifies and verifies a user who is attempting to access a system, and authorization controls the tasks the user can perform. Authentication controls the system processes a user can access and authorization logs the activities the user initiates.
Which type of address is the public IP address of a NAT device? outside global outside local inside global inside local outside public inside public.
What makes Cisco DNA Center different from traditional network management applications and their management of networks? It only supports auto-discovery of network elements in a green field deployment. It modular design allows someone to implement different versions to meet the specific needs of an organization It abstracts policy from the actual device configuration It does not support high availability of management functions when operating in cluster mode.
What are two southbound APIs? (Choose two ) OpenFlow NETCONF Thrift CORBA DSC.
What are two roles of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)? (Choose two.) The DHCP client maintains a pool of IP addresses it can assign The DHCP server assigns IP addresses without requiring the client to renew them. The DHCP client can request up to four DNS server addresses. The DHCP server offers the ability to exclude specific IP addresses from a pool of IP addresses The DHCP server leases client IP addresses dynamically.
Which type of wireless encryption is used for WPA2 in preshared key mode? TKIP with RC4 RC4 AES-128 AES-256.
How does CAPWAP communicate between an access point in local mode and a WLC? The access point must not be connected to the wired network, as it would create a loop The access point must directly connect to the WLC using a copper cable. The access point must be connected to the same switch as the WLC. The access point has the ability to link to any switch in the network, assuming connectivity to the WLC.
Which statement about Link Aggregation when implemented on a Cisco Wireless LAN Controller is true? To pass client traffic two or more ports must be configured. The EtherChannel must be configured in "mode active" When enabled the WLC bandwidth drops to 500 Mbps One functional physical port is needed to pass client traffic.
R1 has learned route via IS-IS, OSPF, RIP and Internal EIGRP Under normal operating conditions, which routing protocol is installed in the routing table? IS-IS RIP Internal EIGRP OSPF .
Which two values or settings must be entered when configuring a new WLAN in the Cisco Wireless LAN Controller GUI? (Choose two) management interface settings QoS settings Ip address of one or more access points SSID Profile name.
What are two reasons for an engineer to configure a floating static route? (Choose two.) to route traffic differently based on the source IP of the packet to enable fallback static routing when the dynamic routing protocol fails to automatically route traffic on a secondary path when the primary path goes down to control the return path of traffic that is sent from the router to support load balancing via static routing.
A network engineer must back up 20 network router configurations globally within a customer environment.Which protocol allows the engineer to perform this function using the Cisco IOS MIB? ARP SNMP SMTP CDP.
Which two encoding methods are supported by REST APIs? (Choose two) YAML JSON EBCDIC SGML XML.
An engineer configured an OSPF neighbor as a designated router. Which state verifies the designated router is in the proper mode? Exchange 2-way Full Init.
Which two capacities of Cisco DNA Center make it more extensible? (Choose two) adapters that support all families of Cisco IOS software SDKs that support interaction with third-party network equipment customized versions for small, medium, and large enterprises REST APIs that allow for external applications to interact natively with Cisco DNA Center modular design that is upgradable as needed.
Which mode allows access points to be managed by Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers? autonomous lightweight bridge mobility express.
Which result occurs when PortFast is enabled on an interface that is connected to another switch? Spanning tree may fail to detect a switching loop in the network that causes broadcast storms VTP is allowed to propagate VLAN configuration information from switch to switch automatically Root port choice and spanning tree recalculation are accelerated when a switch link goes down After spanning tree converges PortFast shuts down any port that receives BPDUs.
Router A learns the same route from two different neighbors, one of the neighbor routers is an OSPF neighbor and the other is an EIGRP neighbor.What is the administrative distance of the route that will be installed in the routing table? 20 90 110 115.
Which MAC address is recognized as a VRRP virtual address? 0000.5E00.010a 0005.3711.0975 0000.0C07.AC99 0007.C070/AB01.
How does Cisco DNA Center gather data from the network? Devices establish an IPsec tunnel to exchange data with the controller Devices use the call-home protocol to periodically send data to the controller. Network devices use different services like SNMP, syslog, and streaming telemetry to send data to the controller. The Cisco CLI Analyzer tool gathers data from each licensed network device .and streams it to the controller.
A user configured OSPF and advertised the Gigabit Ethernet interface in OSPF By default, which type of OSPF network does this interface belong to? point-to-multipoint point-to-point broadcast nonbroadcast.
what is the difference regrading reliability and communication type between TCP and UDP? TCP is reliable and is a connectionless protocol; UDP is not reliable and is a connection-oriented protocol. TCP is not reliable and is a connectionless protocol; UDP is reliable and is a connection-oriented protocol. TCP is reliable and is a connection-oriented protocol; UDP is not reliable and is a connectionless protocol. TCP is not reliable and is a connection-oriented protocol; UDP is reliable and is a connectionless protocol.
An engineer is asked to protect unused ports that are configured in the default VLAN on a switch. Which two steps will fulfill the request? (Choose two) Configure the ports in an EtherChannel. Administratively shut down the ports Configure the port type as access and place in VLAN 99 Configure the ports as trunk ports Enable the Cisco Discovery Protocol.
If a notice-level messaging is sent to a syslog server, which event has occurred? A network device has restarted An ARP inspection has failed A routing instance has flapped A debug operation is running.
How does HSRP provide first hop redundancy? It load-balances traffic by assigning the same metric value to more than one route to the same destination in the IP routing table. It load-balances Layer 2 traffic along the path by flooding traffic out all interfaces configured with the same VLAN. It forwards multiple packets to the same destination over different routed links n the data path It uses a shared virtual MAC and a virtual IP address to a group of routers that serve as the default gateway for hosts on a LAN.
What is the primary effect of the spanning-tree portfast command? it enables BPDU messages It minimizes spanning-tree convergence time It immediately puts the port into the forwarding state when the switch is reloaded It immediately enables the port in the listening state.
which IPv6 address block forwards packets to a multicast address rather than a unicast address? 2000::/3 FC00::/7 FE80::/10 FF00::/12.
which purpose does a northbound API serve in a controller-based networking architecture? communicates between the controller and the physical network hardware reports device errors to a controller generates statistics for network hardware and traffic facilitates communication between the controller and the applications.
In which two ways does a password manager reduce the chance of a hacker stealing a users password? (Choose two.) It automatically provides a second authentication factor that is unknown to the original user. It uses an internal firewall to protect the password repository from unauthorized access. It protects against keystroke logging on a compromised device or web site. It stores the password repository on the local workstation with built-in antivirus and anti-malware functionality It encourages users to create stronger passwords.
Several new coverage cells are required to improve the Wi-Fi network of an organization. Which two standard designs are recommended? (choose two.) 5GHz provides increased network capacity with up to 23 nonoveriapping channels. For maximum throughput, the WLC is configured to dynamically set adjacent access points to the same channel. 5GHz channel selection requires an autonomous access point. Adjacent cells with overlapping channels use a repeater access point. Cells that overlap one another are configured to use nonoveriapping channels.
The SW1 interface g0/1 is in the down/down state.which two configurations are valid reasons for the interface conditions?(choose two) There is a duplex mismatch There is a speed mismatch There is a protocol mismatch The interface is shut down The interface is error-disabled.
which type of IPv6 address is publicly routable in the same way as IPv4 public address? global unicast link-local unique local multicast.
The service password-encryption command is entered on a router. What is the effect of this configuration? restricts unauthorized users from viewing clear-text passwords in the running configuration encrypts the password exchange when a VPN tunnel is established prevents network administrators from configuring clear-text passwords protects the VLAN database from unauthorized PC connections on the switch.
what occurs to frames during the process of frame flooding? Frames are sent to every port on the switch in the same VLAN except from the originating port Frames are sent to every port on the switch that has a matching entry in the MAC address table. Frames are sent to all ports, including those that are assigned to other VLANs. Frames are sent to every port on the switch in the same VLAN.
What is the primary purpose of a First Hop Redundancy Protocol? It allows directly connected neighbors to share configuration information. It allows a router to use bridge priorities to create multiple loop-free paths to a single destination. It reduces routing failures by allowing Layer 3 load balancing between OSPF neighbors that have the same link metric. It reduces routing failures by allowing more than one router to represent itself, as the default gateway of a network.
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