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QUESTION 210
How should multiple OSPF areas be designed when deployed on a classic three-layer (core/distribution/access) network hierarchy?

A. The OSPF flooding domain boundary should be at the edge of the core layer.
B. The OSPF flooding domain boundary should be within the distribution layer.
C. OSPF should generally be deployed in a three-layer domain hierarchy to align with the physical
three-layer hierarchy.
D. OSPF flooding domain boundaries should be placed with route aggregation in mind.

Answer: D

QUESTION 211
You are tasked to design a QoS policy for a service provider so they can include it in the design of their MPLS core network. If the design must support an MPLS network with six classes, and CEs will be managed by the service provider, which QoS policy should be recommended?

A. map DSCP bits into the Exp field
B. map IP precedence bits into the DSCP field
C. map flow-label bits into the Exp field
D. map IP CoS bits into the IP Precedence field
E. map IP ToS bits into the Exp field

Answer: A

QUESTION 212
When network summaries are created for access networks in a network design, how does it change the behavior of the Shortest Path First (SPF) running in a backbone area?

A. There would be fewer incremental SPFs.
B. There would be fewer partial SPFs.
C. There would be fewer full SPFs.
D. There would be no change with the SPFs.

Answer: B

QUESTION 213
Refer to the exhibit. When designing an MPLS-based LAN extension between DC-1 and DC-2, what are three advantages of deploying VSS? (Choose three.)

A. Layers 2, 3, and 4 flow-based load balancing
B. native VSS and MEC failover without using scripts
C. sub-second failover
D. required to configure VPLS
E. failover time depends on Cisco IOS EEM and STP convergence
F. limited VLAN-based VPLS traffic hashing

Answer: ABC

QUESTION 214
You are the lead network designer hired by Service Provider XYZ to deploy CoS functionality on the core MPLS network (P routers). The goal of the network design is to provide a complete CoS solution to all customers that purchase services such as dedicated Internet access, MPLS L3VPN, and L2VPN (pseudowire). Service Provider XYZ has these design requirements:
– The network supports four service queues with equal treatment for delay, jitter, and packet loss.
– Queues are numbered 0-3, where 0 is the default queue.
– Three queues have one treatment.
– One queue has either one or two treatments.
If your design includes eight CoS queues on the Service Provider XYZ MPLS PE router ingress (CE facing) interface, how will customer traffic be classified as it enters the MLS P routers?

A. The eight CoS queues in the MPLS P router are remapped to the eight CoS queues.
B. Traffic is classified on the MPLS PE routers on core facing interface. The DSCP value is mapped
into EXP field where multiple EXP settings (2+) will be assigned to a single queue throughout the
MPLS P routers.
C. Discard the traffic from the eight CoS queues that does not match the four CoS queues of the
MPLS P routers.
D. The 8 CoS queues in the MPLS P router are remapped to four 4 flow-label queues.

Answer: B

QUESTION 215
As part of the network design, ACME Corporation requires the ability to export IPv6 information to better manage its network. Which version of NetFlow records is required to export this information?

A. 5
B. 6
C. 7
D. 8
E. 9

Answer: E

QUESTION 216
Which of these can you use to effectively and dynamically reduce IP address spoofing?

A. Egress Packet Filtering
B. Ingress Packet Filtering
C. Egress Route Filtering
D. route dampening
E. unicast Reverse Path Forwarding

Answer: E

QUESTION 217
A certain service provider network includes IPsec tunnels between PE router loopbacks and dual-homed PE routers. The service provider is using OSPF to carry infrastructure routes and using BGP to carry tunnel endpoints.
What could the service provider do to provide fast convergence in case of a link failure in its network?

A. tune OSPF on all routers
B. tune BGP on all routers
C. configure a full mesh of traffic engineering among PE routers
D. carry IPsec tunnels in GRE among PE routers
E. carry IPsec tunnels in L2TPv3 among PE routers
F. carry IPsec tunnels in VPLS among PE routers

Answer: A

QUESTION 218
Which statement about OSPF incremental SPF is true?

A. iSPF must be enabled on all routers in the domain.
B. iSPF must be enabled on all routers in a particular area.
C. iSPF capability is advertised using Opaque LSAs.
D. iSPF is local to the router and does not require interoperability.
E. iSPF is negotiated during the OSPF adjacency process.

Answer: D

QUESTION 219
What are two components of effective change management planning? (Choose two.)

A. a change validation mechanism
B. a what-if analysis for each proposed change
C. an automated change management tracking system
D. a multi-discipline change management team

Answer: AB

QUESTION 220
Cyclic congestion spikes are causing your Telnet users to experience delays. Traffic analysis shows minimal use of UDP. Which technology can you deploy to mitigate the problem?

A. Committed Access Rate
B. Weighted RED
C. Deficit Round Robin
D. Class Based Weighted Fair Queuing

Answer: B


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