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Q1. Which OSPF configuration suppresses the periodic OSPF hello packets? 

A. router ospf 1 

area0 

interface GigabitEthernet 0/1 

passive 

B. router ospf 1 

area0 

interface GigabitEthernet 0/1 

C. router ospf 1 

area 0 

interface GigabitEthernet 0/1

stub-router 

router-lsa r-bit 

D. router ospf 1 

area 0 

interface GigabitEthernet 0/1 

demand-circuit 

point-to-point 

Answer:


Q2. Refer to the exhibit. 

The NOC engineer noticed that the R2 router system clock is not updated and synchronized to the NTP server that is configured on the R10 router. What is the issue? 

A. The access list NTP_Clients is missing. 

B. The access group is misconfigured. 

C. The maximum number of peers and client associations is exceeded. 

D. The authentication key is mismatched. 

E. The PE2 router should be configured as an NTP peer instead of as a client. 

Answer:


Q3. DRAG DROP 

Drag each resiliency mechanism on the left to its corresponding technology on the right. 

Answer: 


Q4. Which is one difference between H-VPLS and VPLS? 

A. VPLS is a point-to-point Layer-2 services and H-VPLS is a multipoint Layer-2 services. 

B. H-VPLS reduces signaling overhead and packet replication requirements for the provider edge. 

C. VPLS improve scalability concerns identified on H-VPLS implementation. 

D. H-VPLS connects using also other Layer-2 encapsulation such as PPP and VPLS connects using Ethernet encapsulation only 

Answer:


Q5. Refer to the exhibit. How will the redistributed routes on R1 from EIGRP into OSPF be installed in the R4 routing table? 

A. as a default route with an E2 route type 

B. as a default route with an IA route type 

C. as specific routes with an E2 route type 

D. as specific routes with an N2 route type 

E. as a default route with an N2 route type 

Answer:

Explanation: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/ip/open-shortest-path-first-ospf/6208-nssa.html http://www.cisco.com/image/gif/paws/6208/nssa.pdf 


Q6. Refer to the exhibit. 

A service provider is running MPLS TE across its network. IS-IS is deployed as the IGP for the ISP network. The MPLS TE tunnel 0 configured on PE2 is seen in an operational down state. PE2 is a level-1 router and the destination 192.168.1.1 is located in the IS-IS level-2 area. Which action is required to bring the MPLS TE tunnel 0 to up state? 

A. Configure the next-address entries as loose paths in the explicit-path. 

B. Change the autoroute option from destination to announce. 

C. Configure a bandwidth value for the tunnel. 

D. Configure an IPv4 address for the Tunnel 0. 

E. Add a dynamic path option to the tunnel. 

Answer:


Q7. A network engineer is responsible for implementing a solution with Cisco IOS XR Software that insures continuous forwarding during a control plane failure. Which two technologies should the engineer consider? (Choose two.) 

A. TE FRR 

B. IP FRR 

C. graceful restart 

D. BFD 

E. NSR 

Answer: C,E 

Explanation: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/routers/crs/software/crs_r4-3/mpls/configuration/guide/b_mpls_cg43xcrs/b_mpls_cg43crs_chapter_01.html#task_1129 


Q8. Two Tier 2 Service Providers are using a Tier 1 Service Provider for transport. MPLS is required between the Tier 2 Service Providers for label switching. In this CSC solution, which label stack is correct? 

A. original IP packet, MPLS CSC transport label, MPLS VPN label, and MPLS Tier 2 transport label 

B. original IP packet, MPLS Tier 2 transport label, MPLS VPN label, and MPLS CSC transport label 

C. original IP packet, MPLS VPN label, MPLS Tier 2 transport label, and MPLS CSC transport label 

D. original IP packet, MPLS Tier 2 transport label, MPLS CSC transport label, and MPLS VPN label 

Answer:


Q9. Customers connecting to a Service Provider for Internet access are intending to implement redundant peering. The design requirements call for preferring a primary link for both ingress and egress traffic. Secondary links should be used only during primary outages. What two BGP deployment options will accomplish this design goal? (Choose two.) 

A. On the router handling the secondary link, advertise routes with a MED value of 0. 

B. On the router handling the primary link, set the weight for all incoming routes to be a value of 0. 

C. On the router handling the secondary link, advertise all routes with a longer AS-PATH value. 

D. On the router handling the primary link, advertise all routes with a longer AS-PATH value. 

E. On the router handling the secondary link, set the local preference for all incoming routes to be a value of 0. 

Answer: C,E 


Q10. Which is the RP address of the IPv6 multicast address FF76:0:130:1234:5678:9abc::4321? 

A. 4321:5678:9abc::30 

B. 4321:5678:9abc::13 

C. 1234:5678:9abc::130 

D. 1234:5678:9abc::1 

E. 1234:5678:9abc::13 

Answer:

Explanation: Reference: 

http://www.netcraftsmen.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/20090429-CMU-Introduction_to_IP_Multicast.pdf page 53