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Question No. 1
Which two BGP attributes can be set with outbound policy to manipulate inbound traffic, if honoured by the
remote Autonomous system? (Choose two)
Question No. 2
Transition to Named EIGRP without causing an outage?
Question No. 3
A client request includes a network design that ensures all connections between the access layer and
distribution layer are active and forwarding traffic at all times. Which design approach achieves this request?
Question No. 4
Which technology should a network designer combine with VSS to ensure a loop free topology with optimal convergence time?
Question No. 5
An OSPF router should participate in a maximum of how many areas?
Question No. 6
Cisco FabricPath brings the benefits of routing protocols to Layer 2 network Ethernet environments. What are two advantages of using Cisco FabricPath technology? (Choose two)
Question No. 7
EIGRP configured on access switch level. What needs to be taken into account for optimal results?
Question No. 8
about IPv4 and IPv6 on the same router (dual stack) with IS-IS
– Cisco added multitopolgy support for IS-IS to increase flexibility within dual-stack environment.
– Two TLVs added:
* IPv6 reachability TLV
* IPv6 interface address TLV
– Multi topology IS-IS:
* A separate topology is kept for both IPv4 and IPv6 (some links may not be able to carry IPv6 –> Avoid traffic
* This mode removes the restriction that all interfaces on which IS-IS is configured must support the identical
set of network address families.
* A separate SFP per address family.
* Wide metric must be used.
– Single-topology IS-IS:
* One SPF instance for both IPv4 and IPv6.
* Easier to administer but network must be homogeneous.
* Due to consistency checks, a router running IS-IS for both IPv4 and IPv6 does notform an adjacency with a router running IS-IS for IPv4 or IPv6 only. Disable consistency checks to maintain adjacencies active in heterogeneous environments. ForL1 links, this is primarily done during transition.
* As in any IS-IS design, L2 routers must be contiguous. IPv6 adjacency checks are notdone on L2 links.
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