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1 Company policy requires disabling the command history buffer on network devices. An administrator enters terminal no history size at the command prompt on a Cisco Catalyst switch and receives no error messages back, but the command history buffer is still available. What is the problem? The command contained a syntax error. The Cisco IOS version does not support disabling the command history buffer. The command history can only be disabled on a router, not a switch. The size parameter reset the default buffer size but did not disable access to the buffer. Observable 1 correctness of response Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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2.3.3 Accessing the Command History

Refer to the exhibit. What would happen if the network administrator moved the network cable of Host A from interface Fa0/1 to Fa0/3 on switch SW1? Host A remains a member of VLAN 10, because the router is routing traffic between VLANs. Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10, because port Fa0/3 has been manually assigned to VLAN 30. Host A remains a member of VLAN 10, because the switch provides dynamic VLAN assignment for the port. Host A maintains connectivity to all members of VLAN 10, because it is connected to the same physical network. Host A is no longer a member of VLAN 10, but because port Fa0/3 was unused, it is now a member of VLAN 1.

Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 2 1 response 0 points for any other option

Max Value 2

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3.5.3 Troubleshooting VLAN Configurations What is the purpose of issuing the command switchport mode access on a switch interface? disable port security make the port operational override the default port behavior force the port to be a part of a single vlan Observable Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

correctness of response

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3.3.4 Configure a Trunk

Refer to the exhibit. The network administrator has just added VLAN 50 to Switch1 and Switch2. Hosts A, B, C, and D are correctly configured with IP addresses in the subnet range for VLAN 50. Host A can communicate with host B, but cannot communicate with host C or host D. What is the cause of this problem? There is a native VLAN mismatch. The Fa0/11 interface of Switch1 is not configured as a trunk. The link between Switch1 and Switch2 is up but not trunked. VLAN 50 is not allowed on the trunk link between Switch1 and Switch2.

Observable 1

Description

Max Value 2

correctness 2 points for Option 4 of response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

4.2.5 VTP Pruning

Refer to the exhibit. R1 is configured for traditional inter-VLAN routing. R1 can ping computer 3 but cannot ping computer 1. What is a possible cause for this failure? S1 port Fa0/11 is in the wrong VLAN. R1 does not have an active routing protocol. The IP address of computer 1 is in the wrong logical network. Router interface Fa0/0 has the wrong trunk encapsulation type configured.

Observabl e 1

Description

Max Value 2

correctness 2 points for Option 1 of response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

6.3.1 Switch Configuration Issues

Refer to the exhibit. Hosts A and B, connected to hub HB1, attempt to transmit a frame at the same time but a collision occurs. Which hosts will receive the collision jamming signal? only hosts A and B only hosts A, B, and C only hosts A, B, C, and D only hosts A, B, C, and E

Observable 1

Description

Max Value 2

correctness of 2 points for Option 2 response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

2.1.2 Design Considerations for Ethernet/802.3 Networks

Refer to the exhibit. After the listed commands are entered into router R1 and switch S1, PC1 and PC2 cannot ping each other. The network administrator enters the show interfaces trunk command and gets the results that are shown. What is the likely problem?

The router has not been configured with a routing protocol. The trunk is established, but no VLANs have been configured to use it. The trunk has not been established because the switch port has not been configured for trunking. The switch, the router, or both must be configured with the dynamic desirable option for the Dynamic Trunking Protocol to establish a trunk. Observabl e 1 Description Max Value 2

correctness 2 points for Option 3 of response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

6.2.2 Configure Router-on-a-Stick Inter-VLAN Routing Why is it important that the network administrator consider the spanning-tree network diameter when choosing the root bridge? The network diameter limitation is 9. BPDUs may be discarded because of expiring timers. The cabling distance between the switches is 100 meters. The network diameter must be set to the number of meters of the cable between the root bridge and its farthest connected switch. Observable Description 2 points for Option 2 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

correctness of response

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5.2.5 STP Port States and BPDU Timers In which mode is a VTP switch operating if it has been configured to only forward VTP advertisements? client root server transparent Observable Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

correctness of response

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4.2.4 VTP Modes

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Refer to the exhibit. What does "FORWARDING" mean in the command output shown? The switch is sending and receiving data frames. The switch is receiving BPDUs, but not sending data frames. The switch is participating in an election process by forwarding the BPDUs it receives. The switch is receiving BPDUs and populating the MAC address table, but not sending data. Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 1 1 response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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5.2.5 STP Port States and BPDU Timers What are two benefits of the IEEE 802.11n standard over the IEEE 802.11G? (Choose two.) requires less equipment provides improved range

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permits increased data rates has a single-input and a single-output needs no hardware upgrade for compatibility Observable correctness of 1 response Description Option 2 and Option 3 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 0 points if more options are selected than required. Max Value 2

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7.1.2 Wireless LAN Standards

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Refer to the exhibit. SW1 has recently been installed to replace a hub. Hosts 1 and 4 both transmit data at the same time. How will this event be handled by the network devices? (Choose two.) When a collision occurs, a backoff algorithm is invoked.

Because hosts 1 and 4 connect to a switch, no collision will occur. Based on information that is found in the switch MAC address table, the switch will forward the data to the appropriate ports. Hosts 2 and 3 are assigned shorter backoff values to provide them priority to access the media. To prevent future collisions, the switch will block the ports that are connected to host 2, host 3, and host 4 for a set time period. Observable 1 correctness of response Description Max Value Option 2 and Option 3 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 2 0 points if more options are selected than required.

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

2.1.2 Design Considerations for Ethernet/802.3 Networks

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Refer to the exhibit. The hosts connected to switch SW1 are not able to communicate with the hosts in the same VLANs connected to switch SW2. What should be done to fix the problem? Configure VLANs with different VLAN IDs on switch SW2. Reconfigure the trunk port on switch SW2 with static trunk configuration. Introduce a Layer 3 device or a switch with Layer 3 capability in the topology. Apply IP addresses that are in the same subnet to the interfaces used to connect SW1 and SW2.

Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 2 1 response 0 points for any other option

Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

3.3.4 Configure a Trunk

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Which device or devices should have the Spanning Tree Protocol enabled to prevent host traffic from creating a broadcast storm? Core_S1 Access_S2 and Access_S3 Core_S1, Access_S2, and Access_S3

Core_S1, Access_S2, Access_S3, and R1 Observable Description correctness 2 points for Option 3 1 of response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

5.2.1 The Spanning Tree Algorithm When implementing a router-on-a-stick, what must be configured on the router to ensure connectivity between different VLANs? subinterfaces routing protocol switched virtual circuits dynamic trunking protocol Observable Description 2 points for Option 1 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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6.1.2 Interfaces and Subinterfaces What is an efficient and cost effective way to minimize the frequency and effects of broadcast

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storms on an Ethernet LAN? Connect each PC directly to a router port. Use access control lists to filter broadcasts from the network. Divide the computers into separate VLANs on the existing switches. Divide the computers into separate workgroups using different physical switches. Observable 1 correctness of response Description 2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

3.1.1 Introducing VLANs Which combination is required to establish a connection to initially configure the Linksys WRT300N wireless access device? a computer with a console connection to the WRT300N a computer with a wireless connection to the WRT300N a computer with an AUX port connection to the WRT300N a computer configured in the same IP subnet as the WRT300N and a direct cable connection to it Observable Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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7.3.1 Configuring the Wireless Access Point

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Refer to the exhibit. What does the term DYNAMIC indicate in the output that is shown? This entry can only be removed from the MAC address table by a network administrator. When forwarding a frame to the device with address 0060.5c5b.cd23, the switch does not have to perform a lookup to determine the final destination port. Only the device with MAC address 0060.5c5b.cd23 will be allowed to connect to port Fa0/18. The switch learned this MAC address from the source address in a frame received on Fa0/18. Observable 1 Description Max Value 2

correctness of 2 points for Option 4 response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

2.3.6 Basic Switch Configuration What VLANs are allowed across a trunk when the range of allowed VLANs is set to the default value? only the management VLAN all VLANs except the extended range VLANs all VLANs except 1 and 1002-1005 all VLANs Observable Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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3.3.4 Configure a Trunk What are three benefits of employing a hierarchical network design? (Choose three.) Hierarchically designed networks can more easily be expanded to suit future needs. Hierarchical design models enhance existing bandwidth through the use of link aggregation. The hierarchical model allows for specialized functionality at each layer, simplifying device management. Use of a hierarchical design allows replacement of redundant devices with high-capacity network equipment. A hierarchical design uses firewalls instead of complicated port-based and distribution layer security policies.

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The hierarchical model allows the use of high-performance switches at all design layers, thus allowing for a fully-meshed topology. Observable Description Option 1, Option 2, and Option 3 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 0 points if more options are selected than required. Max Value

correctness of response

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

1.1.2 Principles of Hierarchical Network Design

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Refer to the exhibit. Router RA receives a packet with a source address of 192.168.1.65 and a destination address of 192.168.1.161. What will the router do with this packet? The router will drop the packet. The router will forward the packet out interface FastEthernet 0/1.1. The router will forward the packet out interface FastEthernet 0/1.2. The router will forward the packet out interface FastEthernet 0/1.3. The router will forward the packet out interface FastEthernet 0/1.2 and interface FastEthernet 0/1.3. Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 1 1 response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

6.1.2 Interfaces and Subinterfaces What is the purpose of the Spanning Tree algorithm? It propagates VLAN configurations to other switches. It restricts broadcast packets to a single VLAN. It segments a network into multiple broadcast domains. It prevents loops in a switched network with redundant paths. Observable Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of 1 response

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5.2.1 The Spanning Tree Algorithm

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Refer to the exhibit. The network administrator is planning five additional VLANs to be shared throughout the VTP domain on S3. What action should the administrator take before creating the additional VLANs? Create the VLANs on a switch in VTP server mode and allow them to propogate to the other switches in the domain. Modify the configuration revision to 10 to support the additional VLANs. Enable the VTP pruning mode in order to create the VLANs on S3. Enable the VTP v2 mode. Observabl e 1 Description Max Value 2

correctness 2 points for Option 1 of response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

4.3.1 Configuring VTP

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Refer to the exhibit. Switches S2 and S3 are properly connected using an ethernet cable. A network administrator has configured both switches with VTP, but S3 is unable to propagate VLANs to S2. What could be the reason for this? The VTP configuration revision is different on both switches. The VTP domains are different on both switches. VTP pruning is disabled. VTP v2 is disabled. Observabl e Description Max Value

correctness 2 points for Option 2 of response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

4.1.1 What is VTP?

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Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has segmented the network into two VLANs. The connected hosts can only access resources in their own VLAN. What is the most scalable and cost effective solution to allow inter-VLAN communication in this network? Replace S1 with a router that has one FastEthernet interface for each PC. Add a second switch and divide the PCs so that each VLAN is connected to its own switch. Configure a router with two subinterfaces on one of its FastEthernet ports and connect it to S1 using a trunk link. Connect a router to a port on S1 and assign the IP address of VLAN1 to the connecting router interface.

Observable 1 correctness of response

Description 2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option

Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

3.3.4 Configure a Trunk

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Refer to the exhibit. Assuming the bridge priority values are set to default on all switches, which switch will be elected as the root bridge of the spanning tree topology? Cat-A Cat-B Cat-C Cat-D

Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 1 1 response 0 points for any other option

Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

5.2.3 Bridge ID

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Refer to the exhibit. A new host needs to be connected to VLAN 1. Which IP address should be assigned to this new host? 192.168.1.11 /28 192.168.1.22 /28 192.168.1.33 /28 192.168.1.44 /28 192.168.1.55 /28 Observable Description Max Value

correctness of 2 points for Option 2 response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

6.1.2 Interfaces and Subinterfaces

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Refer to the exhibit. Switch SW2 has been newly purchased and added to the network. What configuration should be applied to SW2 so that it participates in the same VTP domain as switch SW1, receives VLAN information from SW1, and synchronizes VLAN information? Disable VTP pruning on SW2.

Configure SW2 in VTP transparent mode. Configure SW2 with the VTP domain password. Configure SW2 as a VTP server with a higher revision number. Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 3 1 response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

4.3.1 Configuring VTP

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Refer to the exhibit. Users A and B are reporting intermittent connectivity problems. Pre-installation surveys showed strong signal strength from the AP locations to the client locations. Outside electrical interference has been eliminated. What will fix the problem? Relocate the APs closer to each other. Increase the distance between the clients. Change the channel on AP-B to 6 or 11.

Place AP-A and AP-B on the same wireless channel. Observable Description correctness 2 points for Option 3 1 of response 0 points for any other option This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

Max Value 2

7.4.2 Incorrect Channel Settings

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Refer to the exhibit. What is the maximum number of VLANs that can be deleted from the Switch as it is configured? zero four five eight

nine Observable Description correctness 2 points for Option 2 1 of response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

3.1.1 Introducing VLANs

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Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator needs to download a previously saved configuration file from the TFTP server to Switch1. Which command will accomplish this task? Switch1# copy tftp://192.168.0.253/backup-confg nvram:startup-config Switch1# copy tftp://192.168.0.254/backup-confg nvram:startup-config Switch1# copy nvram:startup-config tftp://192.168.0.253/backup-config Switch1# copy nvram:startup-config tftp://192.168.0.254/backup-config Observable 1 Description Max Value 2

correctness of 2 points for Option 2 response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

2.3.8 Basic Switch Management A wireless LAN access point will convert traffic between which two frame encapsulation types? 802.1 and 802.11 802.3 and 802.11 802.3 and 802.16 802.5 and 802.16 Observable Description 2 points for Option 2 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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7.1.3 Wireless Infrastructure Components

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Refer to the exhibit. Each switch is configured to participate in STP for VLANs 1, 10, 20, and 30. Which switch will become the root for VLAN 20? A B

C D Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 4 1 response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

5.4.2 PVST+

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Refer to the exhibit. If switch SW1 is configured with the four VLANs as shown in the exhibit, how many physical interfaces are needed on router R1 to configure inter-VLAN routing using subinterfaces? zero

one two four Observable Description correctness of 2 points for Option 2 1 response 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

6.1.1 Introducing Inter-VLAN Routing

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Refer to the exhibit. What can be determined from the configuration of this wireless device? This configuration is commonly found in an ad hoc network. All wireless devices that are connected to this access point must have the SSID of Academy. Any wireless clients that are attached to this access point would have the same IP address and SSID. Any wireless clients that are attached to this access point must be connected using the 802.11n WAN protocol.

Observable 1

Description

Max Value 2

correctness of 2 points for Option 2 response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

7.3.1 Configuring the Wireless Access Point Which two devices can cause interference with the operation of a WLAN because they operate on similar frequencies? (Choose two.) copier AM radio television MP3 player cordless phone microwave oven Observable Description Option 5 and Option 6 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 0 points if more options are selected than required. Max Value 2

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correctness of 1 response

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7.4.3 Solve Access Point Radio and Firmware Issues Which STP port type can only appear once on a segment, and must be present in order for traffic to flow on that segment? non-root port disabled port designated port non-designated port Observable Description 2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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5.3.4 Step 3. Electing Designated Ports and Non-Designated Ports What are two operations that can be performed from the boot loader command line on a Cisco Catalyst switch? (Choose two.) Reinstall the IOS image. Edit the startup-config file. Set the enable password. Recover a lost password. Configure management IP information.

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Observable correctness of response

Description Option 1 and Option 4 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 0 points if more options are selected than required.

Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

2.3.4 The Switch Boot Sequence In the implementation of PVST+ in a specific VLAN where all switches have default spanning tree priorities, which spanning-tree command setting could be assigned to force one of the Catalyst switches to become and remain the root bridge? root primary priority 8192 priority 2048 spanning-tree mode rapid pvst Observable Description 2 points for Option 1 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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5.4.2 PVST+ What impact does the use of the mdix auto configuration command have on an Ethernet interface on a switch? automatically detects duplex settings automatically detects interface speed automatically detects copper cable type automatically assigns the first detected MAC address to an interface Observable Description 2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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2.1.1 Key Elements of Ethernet/802.3 Networks What is the purpose of configuring a switch port as a trunk port? to control the broadcast domain size to eliminate the collisions that result from multiple VLANs to transmit data from multiple VLANs through a single port to increase the bandwidth between the switch and its upstream device Observable Description Max Value

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correctness of 1 response

2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

3.2.1 VLAN Trunks Which switch forwarding method should be used on a network that employs frame classification based on an assigned Quality of Service (QoS) value? cut-through fast-forward fragment-free store-and-forward Observable Description 2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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2.2.1 Switch Forwarding Methods What are two characteristics of normal range VLANs? (Choose two.) not learned by VTP stored in vlan.dat file

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designed for service providers can contain ports used as trunks identified by a VLAN ID between 1 and 1005 Observable correctness of 1 response Description Option 2 and Option 5 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 0 points if more options are selected than required. Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

3.1.1 Introducing VLANs Which stackable switch feature allows for interconnection of multiple switches and will provide a cost effective solution for networks that require high bandwidth and high availability? modular line cards special backplane port dedicated gigabyte line ports aggregated FastEthernet ports Observable Description 2 points for Option 2 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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1.2.2 Switch Features

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Refer to the exhibit. How will the configuration affect users who manage the switch over HTTP? The users will not require any additional authentication. The users will be required to use the switch enable password for authentication. The users will be authenticated by a separate server that is explicitly configured to handle user authentication. The users will be required to use the login username, password, and privilege level credentials for authentication. Observable 1 Description Max Value 2

correctness of 2 points for Option 2 response 0 points for any other option

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

2.3.6 Basic Switch Configuration A network administrator issued the erase nvram: command on a switch. What will be the outcome of the command? It will clear the contents of the MAC table. It will clear the contents of the VLAN database. It will clear the contents of the startup configuration file. It will clear the contents of the running configuration file. Observable Description 2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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correctness of response

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2.3.8 Basic Switch Management Which layers should support QoS in a hierarchical network? only the access layer only the distribution and core layers only the access and distribution layers the access, distribution, and core layers Observable Description Max Value

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correctness of 1 response

2 points for Option 4 0 points for any other option

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1.2.3 Switch Features in a Hierarchical Network Which two types of traffic are always transmitted as untagged frames? (Choose two.) traffic that is assigned to the default VLAN traffic that is assigned to the native VLAN traffic from the voice VLAN on an IP phone Telnet, HTTP, or SSH traffic for switch management traffic that is leaving an access mode port that is connected to another switch Observable Description Option 2 and Option 5 are correct. 1 point for each correct option. 0 points if more options are selected than required. Max Value 2

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3.1.2 Types of VLANs When an access point is placed near the outside wall of a building, which implementation design procedure should be used?

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Disable SSID cloaking. Lower the encryption level. Decrease the power setting. Disable MAC address filtering. Modify the Network Mode to Wireless-G. Observable 1 correctness of response Description 2 points for Option 3 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

This item references content from the following areas: CCNA Exploration: LAN Switching and Wireless

7.2.3 Securing a Wireless LAN

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Refer to the exhibit. Host A and host B are not able to send traffic to each other. On the basis of the output that is provided, what is the cause of the problem? mismatched speed settings mismatched duplex settings media type incompatibility incorrect port encapsulation Observable 1 correctness of response Description 2 points for Option 2 0 points for any other option Max Value 2

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2.3.6 Basic Switch Configuration