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Question No. 1
Which two commands can be used to show the number of packets dropped by Unicast RPF? (Choose two.)
Question No. 2
Which three protocols or protocol combinations does Management Plane Protection (MPP) support? (Choose three.)
Question No. 3
You are troubleshooting a connection between a console port on one router and an AUX port on another router. Which cable type must be used for this connection?
Question No. 4
Which of the following are not true OSPF LSA rules?
Question No. 5
Refer to the exhibit.
Which situation requires uRPF Loose Mode to be used in a production network that requires uRPF protection?
Question No. 6
Given the multicast IP address of 184.108.40.206, what would the corresponding multicast MAC address be?
First three octets are 01-00-05e for every single multicast address.
Las three octets are the hexadecimal version of the las three octets of the IP address, in this case 193.5.10 is translated to c1-05-0a.
Question No. 7
Which two conditions can you use to filter the output of the debug condition command? (Choose two.)
R1#debug condition ?
called called number
glbp interface group
ip IP address
mac-address MAC address
match-list apply the match-list
standby interface group
vcid VC ID
voice-port voice-port number
xconnect Xconnect conditional debugging on segment pair
Question No. 8
Which of the following is a valid host IPv6 address? (Choose all that apply.)
Option B is valid, assuming theres a faulty colon : in the IPv6 Address, just before the last 1, that is: 2001:aaaa:1234:456c::1/64
Option F is valid, dispite its odd network mask (128 bits), sometimes used in tunnel links.
Option A is invalid, since it is a Multicast address
Option C seems to be invalid because the 3rd group of characters includes an l (lb2c), but if it is a 1 instead of an l (faulty scan) and the required options are 3 instead of 2, then this address is still valid (2001:000a:1b2c::/64), because the 4th group of characters would be 0000 (remember that we can represent a continuous sequence of zeros by ::).
Option D is definitely invalid since it is a reserved address. As states the IANA online :document about the IPv6 Unicast Global Addresses, the range below is reserved, not allocated to any RIR (Regional Internet Registry):
2E00:0000::/7 IANA 1999-07-01 RESERVED
2FFF is a reserved address, because 2E00::/7 (with 7 bits of mask) means that 2FFF:: is included in this range (no matter the number of bits of the mask).
Question No. 9
What is the output of the ‘show crypto ipsec sa | in indent’?
Question No. 10
Which statement is true about an IPsec/GRE tunnel?
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