Question No. 1
Which tool or utility can report whether traffic matching specific criteria can reach a specified destination on the
ACLs along the path?
Question No. 2
At which layer of the OSI model does PPP perform?
Question No. 3
Refer to the exhibit.
What is the meaning of the term dynamic as displayed in the output of the show frame-relay map command shown?
The term dynamic indicates that the DLCI number and the remote router IP address 172.16.3.1 are learned via the Inverse ARP process.
Inverse ARP is a technique by which dynamic mappings are constructed in a network, allowing a device such as a router to locate the logical network address and associate it with a permanent virtual circuit (PVC).
Question No. 4
Which command do you enter so that R1 advertises the loopback0 interface to the BGP
Question No. 5
Which command do you enter to view OSPFv3 adjacencies?
Question No. 6
Which two statements about switch stacking are true? (Choose two.)
Question No. 7
Which two data integrity algorithms are commonly used in VPN solutions? (Choose two.)
Question No. 8
Which command do you enter to enable local authentication for Multilink PPP on an interface?
Question No. 9
What are three valid reasons to assign ports to VLANs on a switch? (Choose three)
Question No. 10
You are working in a data center environment and are assigned the address range 10.188.31.0/23. You are
asked to develop an IP addressing plan to allow the maximum number of subnets with as many as 30 hosts
Which IP address range meets these requirements?
Question No. 11
Which VTP operating mode enables a switch to forward VTP information while ignoring synchronization?
Question No. 12
Refer to the exhibit. The network shown in the exhibit has just been installed. Host B can access the Internet,
but it is unable to ping host C.
What is the problem with this configuration?
Question No. 13
What is the best way to verify that a host has a path to other hosts in different networks?
Ping is a tool that helps to verify IP-level connectivity; PathPing is a tool that detects packet loss over multiple-hop trips. When troubleshooting, the ping command is used to send an ICMP Echo Request to a target host name or IP address. Use Ping whenever you want to verify that a host computer can send IP packets to a destination host. You can also use the Ping tool to isolate network hardware problems and incompatible configurations.
If you call ipconfig /all and receive a response, there is no need to ping the loopback address and your own IP address — Ipconfig has already done so in order to generate the report.
It is best to verify that a route exists between the local computer and a network host by first using ping and the IP address of the network host to which you want to connect. The command syntax is:
Perform the following steps when using Ping:
1. Ping the loopback address to verify that TCP/IP is installed and configured correctly on the local computer.
If the loopback step fails, the IP stack is not responding. This might be because the TCP drivers are corrupted, the network adapter might not be working, or another service is interfering with IP.
2. Ping the IP address of the local computer to verify that it was added to the network correctly. Note that if the routing table is correct, this simply forwards the packet to the loopback address of 127.0.0.1.
3. Ping the IP address of the default gateway to verify that the default gateway is functioning and that you can communicate with a local host on the local network.
4. Ping the IP address of a remote host to verify that you can communicate through a router.
5. Ping the host name of a remote host to verify that you can resolve a remote host name.
6. Run a PathPing analysis to a remote host to verify that the routers on the way to the destination are operating correctly.