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Question # 1

Exhibit:

Question # 1

Referring to the exhibit, what will the IS-IS cost be for R1 to reach R3?

Options:

A.  

301

B.  

73

C.  

20

D.  

310

Discussion 0
Question # 2

Exhibit:

Question # 2

You have a Layer 3 VPN established between PE-1 and PE-2 as well as between PE-1 and PE-3. You are using a route reflector (RR-1) to distribute VPN routes to your IBGP peers. You are asked to ensure that only relevant routes are sent from RR-1 to each of the PE routers.

Referring to the exhibit, which statement is correct?

Options:

A.  

You should use VRF export policies on RR-1 to control which routes are sent to each PE router.

B.  

You should use route target filtering on RR-1 and all the PE devices to control which routes are sent to each PE router.

C.  

You should use firewall filtering on RR-1 and all the PE devices to control which routes are sent to each PE router.

D.  

You should use route target filtering only on RR-1 to control which routes are sent to each PE router.

Discussion 0
Question # 3

Exhibit:

Question # 3

A network administrator is migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 and one of the IS-IS adjacencies is not coming up between R1 and R2.

Which action will solve the problem?

Options:

A.  

Configure an IPv4 address on interface ge-0/0/1 on R1.

B.  

Configure topologies ipv4-unicast from protocols isis on R2.

C.  

Remove topologies ipv6-unicast from protocols isis on R1.

D.  

Remove topologies ipv6-unicast from protocols isis on R2.

Discussion 0
Question # 4

Exhibit.

Question # 4

Two CE devices (CE-1 and CE-2) belong to the same customer and connect into a single PE device (PE-1) However, the CE devices cannot communicate with each other You want to allow the CE devices to communicate with each other

Referring to the exhibit, which action would solve the problem?

Options:

A.  

Configure both routing instances with the set routing-opt ions auto-export-statement

B.  

Configure both routing instances with the set routing-options autonomous-system loops 3 statement

C.  

Configure both routing instances with the vrf-table-label statement

D.  

Configure both routing instances with the as-override statement within the BGP protocol

Discussion 0
Question # 5

What are two reasons an IBGP learned route would be hidden? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.  

The route is suppressed by damping.

B.  

The route has a next hop of the local routing device.

C.  

The route is rejected by an export policy.

D.  

The route has an empty AS path.

Discussion 0
Question # 6

Exhibit.

Question # 6

R2 is receiving a route from an EBGP neighbor and is advertising the route to R4

Referring to the exhibit, which configuration on R2 will solve the issue with the route on R4?

Options:

A.  

Move the ahs policy from a global BGP export policy to an export policy under group 65002

B.  

Move the no-advertise export policy from group 65001 to a global BGP policy.

C.  

Move the no-export policy from a global BGP import policy to an import policy under group 65001.

D.  

Move the no-advertise export policy from group 65002 to a global BGP policy.

Discussion 0
Question # 7

Exhibit:

Question # 7

Referring to the ABR configuration shown in the exhibit, which three statements are correct? (Choose three.)

Options:

A.  

The ABR advertises a default route to the NSSA using a Type 7 LS

A.  

B.  

The ABR advertises a single Type 5 external LSA to the backbone area for all Type 7 LSAs in the NSS

A.  

C.  

The ABR does not summarize any routes within the 192.168.16.0/20 range.

D.  

The ABR advertises a Type 5 external LSA to the backbone area for each Type 7 LSA in the NSS

A.  

E.  

The ABR advertises a single Type 3 summary LSA to the backbone area for all Type 1 and Type 2 LSAs in the 192.168.16 0/20 range.

Discussion 0
Question # 8

Which two statements about IS-IS are correct? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.  

Level 1 intermediate systems exchange routing information with Level 1 intermediate systems in other IS-IS areas.

B.  

An IS-IS router sets the attached bit in the PDUs it sends to a Level 1 area to indicate that it is a backbone router.

C.  

A Level 1 router can only form adjacencies with other Level 1 routers.

D.  

Level 2 routers can form adjacencies with either Level 1 or Level 2 routers.

Discussion 0
Question # 9

Exhibit:

Question # 9

Your network connects two segments of your customer's network as shown in the exhibit They need to exchange routes between Segment 1 and Segment 2 but both segments use the same AS number.

Which two steps will accomplish this task? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.  

Configure the routing-options autonomous-system loops l parameter on routers R1 and R4.

B.  

Configure the routing-options autonomous-system loops l parameter on routers R2 and R3.

C.  

Configure the BGP group with the as-override parameter on routers R1 and R4.

D.  

Configure the BGP group with the advertise-peer-as parameter on routers R2 and R3.

Discussion 0
Question # 10

Exhibit:

Question # 10

Referring to the exhibit, which two statements are true? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.  

This router is an ABR

B.  

This router is an ASBR.

C.  

There are two interfaces marked as passive.

D.  

There is one interface marked as passive.

Discussion 0
Question # 11

Exhibit:

Question # 11

You have the Layer 2 VPN configuration shown in the exhibit. You are asked to determine the remote site ID for ge-1/0/1.512.

In this scenario, what is the remote site ID?

Options:

A.  

5

B.  

3

C.  

1

D.  

4

Discussion 0
Question # 12

Which two statements are true about what a route reflector does by default when distributing routes it has received from reflector clients? (Choose two.)

Options:

A.  

It changes the default BGP attributes to inform peers that it is a route reflector.

B.  

It adds its cluster ID to the client-received routes.

C.  

It sets the next hop of all routes to "self' to prevent routing loops.

D.  

It does not change any received BGP attributes.

Discussion 0
Question # 13

Which two statements regarding Ethernet segments (ES) are correct? (Choose two)

Options:

A.  

The Type-1 EVPN route will indicate if the ES is all-active or single-active.

B.  

The Type-4 EVPN route will be used to elect the designated forwarder for the ES.

C.  

The Type-2 EVPN route will indicate if there is a designated forwarder on the ES.

D.  

The Type-3 EVPN route will be used for the aliasing function to load-balance to the ES

Discussion 0
Question # 14

Exhibit:

Question # 14

Referring to the exhibit, a Layer 3 VPN is configured, however, the routes are being hidden.

What is the problem?

Options:

A.  

A route distinguisher mismatch exists between the peers.

B.  

A VRF target community mismatch exists between the peers.

C.  

The BGP peer is not reachable through the IGP.

D.  

An active MPLS tunnel does not exist between the peers.

Discussion 0