1. Which of the following are not capabilities of the access layer in a hierarchical network design?

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2. Which of the following is a characteristic of a core layer in a hierarchical network design?

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3. When is a switch block considered to be too large?

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4. What are some of the best practices with regards to the redundant hierarchical network design?

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5. What are the drawbacks of this hierarchical network design?



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6. What is the drawback of this hierarchical network design?



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7. What information is used by a switch to forward a frame?

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8. What does a switch do if the destination MAC address of the frame is not in the CAM?

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9. Which types of MAC addresses are not multicast?

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10. What kind of Multilayer Switching is Cisco Express Forwarding?

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11. Which of the following is not contained in the TCAM of a switch?

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12. What are the three actions that a switch must perform once a frame is taken from the ingress queue?

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13. What is the purpose of the Forwarding Information Base(FIB)?

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14. Which of the following is not a punted packet?

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15. Considering the following configuration on Gi0/0 interface, what is the correct command to have the MAC address of the host as static entry in the CAM table?



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16. What are the two components of the TCAM operations?

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17. What are the components of a TCAM entry?

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18. Which two of the TCAM components are 134-bit long quantities?

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19. Which statements are true about masks in TCAM context?

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20. Considering the diagram and the output shown, what conclusions can be drawn from it?



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21. What command returns this output?



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22. An operator configure the switch like this:

switch#conf t
Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z.
switch(config)#sdm prefer routing

What is the next step so that the new configuration will effect?

Question 22 of 50

23. What is the purpose of Switching Database Manager (SDM)?

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24. You want to apply the same interface description to the range of ports starting from gi1/0/10 up to gi1/0/20 and for ports gi1/0/23 and gi1/0/25. What would be the best way to do this?

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25. What command puts a port in errdisable state when a BPDU is received on a port configured for STP PortFast?

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26. Which two commands allow the switch to reenable a port in 60 minutes after it was detected that storm-control threshold on the port has been exceeded?

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27. Which of the following statements about CDP are true?

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28. What command is disabling CDP packets being sent over Gi1/0/10?

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29. What is the command that returned this output?



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30. Which of the following tables is correct?



Question 30 of 50

31. Which one of the following trunk encapsulation method is standardized?

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32. Which of the following set of commands configures interface Gi1/0/20 as an access port in vlan 2000? 


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33. Looking at the exhibit, which of the following statements are correct?



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34. Which of the following statements about ISL and 802.1q are true?

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35. Which two actions can prevent switches from dynamically establishing trunk links between themselves?

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36. Which trunking protocols can be automatically negotiated between two switches?

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37. Considering the below output:



What is the configuration applied on interface Po1?



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38. Considering that the current configuration of Po1 interface is the following one:

interface Port-channel1
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1000,2000
switchport mode trunk

What commands are needed so that Po1 will look like this:

interface Port-channel1
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q
switchport trunk allowed vlan 1000,1100,1200,1300,1400,1500
switchport mode trunk



Question 38 of 50

39. If DTP is configured, when does a trunk link not come up?

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40. Which of the following are correct about dot1p and untagged modes when a voice VLAN is configured?

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41. Considering the following output, what is the configuration of interface gi1/0/11?




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42. What are the VTP modes?

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43. How can the revision number be initialized to 0 in VTP?

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44. Which of the following statements are correct?

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45. Considering the following output, what will happen if the operator will try to change the VTP mode to server mode?



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46. Which of the following characteristics do not belong to client mode in VTP?

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47. What is the name of the feature that allows broadcast, multicast and unknown unicast frames on a VLAN to be  forwarded over a trunk link only if the switch on the receiving end of the trunk has ports in that VLAN?

Question 47 of 50

48. What are some potential causes for which a switch is not receiving information from the VTP server?

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49. What does the command "switch(config)# vtp pruning" do?

Question 49 of 50

50. What are the additional features supported in VTP Version 3?

Question 50 of 50


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