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Cisco CCNP Semester 7 Moduel 2

Cisco CCNP Semester 7 Moduel 2

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Building A Campus Network
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Refer to the exhibit. Hosts on VLAN 10 must be able to communicate with hosts on VLAN 20.

Given the topology in the exhibit, which statement is correct? Routing between VLANs should be configured at the access layer. Routing between VLANs should be configured at the distribution layer. Routing between VLANs should be configured at the core layer. Routing between VLANs is not possible without a router; therefore, hosts will not be able to communicate. What are three benefits of local VLANs in the Enterprise Composite Network model? (Choose three.) Users can be grouped on a common IP segment even though they are geographically dispersed. Problem isolation and resolution are expedited within the switch block. Layer-2 failures are isolated to a small subset of users. Deterministic traffic flow provides a predictable Layer 2 and 3 traffic path. VLAN membership remains the same as the user moves throughout a campus. Traffic is switched rather than routed as it passes from the distribution layer into the core.

Which three statements regarding the use of VTP within the Campus Infrastructure module are true? (Choose three.) In high-availability environments, it is best practice to set all switches to ignore VTP updates. In the default VTP mode, a switch can create, modify, and delete VLANs at the command line interface (CLI). There are three VTP versions that support different features, of which VTP version 3 is the most prevalent. VTP-enabled switches can exchange three types of advertisements: summary routes, subnet advertisements, and advertisement requests from transparent bridges. VTP keeps VLAN information consistent between Building Core and Building Distribution switches. VTP updates are exchanged across trunk links only.

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator is unable to ping between two workstations, PC1 and PC2, connected to switch3548. PC1 is connected to port Fa0/19, and PC2 is connected to port Gi0/2. Given the output of the show vlan command, which statement is true? Both workstations are on the same VLAN. Both workstations are in the default VLAN. Inter-VLAN routing is not properly configured. The VLAN interface is administratively shut down. PC2 is connected to a trunk port instead of an access port.

Refer to the exhibit. Which configuration will enable trunking on the SW2 switch? SW2(config-if)# switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q SW2(config-if)# switchport mode trunk SW2(config-if)# switchport trunk encapsulation isl SW2(config-if)# switchport mode trunk SW2(config-if)# switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q SW2(config-if)# switchport mode access SW2(config-if)# switchport trunk encapsulation isl SW2(config-if)# switchport mode access

Which statement is true about a VLAN ID? VLAN IDs are placed on a frame when exiting an access or trunk port. VLAN IDs are used to determine which mode a trunk is in. VLAN IDs are added before a frame exits a port configured as a trunk. VLAN IDs help the switch determine which ports will be pruned from particular VLANs.

Refer to the exhibit. Which statement is true if the two switches were connected with their default settings? DTP frames will be exchanged between SW1 and SW2. STP is disabled. The connection between the two switches is an access link. The unused ports are placed into dynamic VLANs. What happens when an ISL-enabled trunk receives an unencapsulated frame? The frame is dropped. The frame is processed as part of the native VLAN frames. The switch will hold the untagged frame and send a BPDU to the originating switch. The switch will associate the frame with the VLAN that the receiving port is assigned to.

Refer to the exhibit. Which two statements are true about the switch CAT2? (Choose two.) Eleven VLANs were manually configured on the switch. Six VLANs were manually configured on the switch. Interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 are in VLAN 1. Interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 are in an unspecified VLAN. VLAN 100 is in dynamic desirable mode. VLAN 100 has no active ports. 
 Which two statements are true regarding the 802.1Q trunking protocol? (Choose two.) The default setting on Catalyst switches is that all switch ports are assigned to the 802.1q native VLAN (VLAN 1). It is a Cisco proprietary protocol that inserts a tag into the original Ethernet header. It supports multiple Layer 2 protocols (Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI and ATM). It supports per-VLAN Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). The encapsulation process leaves original frames unmodified and is less prone to error and more secure. The native VLAN interface configurations must match at both ends of the link or the trunk may not form. 


What are three characteristics of a VLAN access port? (Choose three.) A switchport can become an access port through static or dynamic configuration. An access port is associated with a single VLAN. An access port is created with the switchport access command and then associated with a VLAN with the switchport access vlan command. An access port is created with the switchport static mode command and then associated with a VLAN with the switchport access vlan command. An access port is created with the switchport mode access command and then associated with a VLAN with the switchport access vlan command. The VLAN that the access port is assigned to will be automatically deleted if it does not exist in the VLAN database of the switch. Which two statements are true about VLAN design using the Enterprise Composite Model model? (Choose two.) Local VLANs used with DHCP allow workstations to be moved from one network segment to another with little administrative overhead. Local VLANs that are limited to the local access and distribution layers allow Layer 2 and Layer 3 redundancy protocols to work together with greater ease. End-to-end VLANs allow the simplest integration between Layer 2 and Layer 3 redundancy protocols. End-to-end VLANs allow for more optimal traffic patterns in a typical network with an 80/20 remote/local traffic pattern.

Which statement is true regarding best-practice design of local VLANs using the Enterprise Composite Network model? Local VLAN is a feature that has only local significance to the switch. A local VLAN does not extend beyond the Building Distribution submodule. Local VLANs should be created based upon the job function of the end user. Local VLANs should be advertised to all switches in the network. End-to-end VLANs should be utilized wherever possible. Which two VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) statements are true? (Choose two.)

A switch may belong to several VTP domains. A VTP domain can consist of a single switch. There are three VTP modes: root, client, and transparent. VTP advertisements are forwarded out all ports on a switch. VTP updates are exchanged only with other switches in the same VTP domain. VTP updates include VLAN number, name, description, and assigned ports.

Refer to the exhibit. What is the problem between the connection on Switch1 and Switch2? encapsulation mismatch switchport mode mismatch MTU mismatch VTP mismatch DTP mismatch native VLAN mismatch

Refer to the exhibit. What is the problem between the connection on Switch1 and Switch2? native VLAN mismatch encapsulation mismatch switchport mode mismatch VTP mismatch DTP mismatch hardware failure

Which two items are benefits of implementing local VLANs within the Enterprise Composite Model? (Choose two.) A single VLAN can extend further than its associated distribution-layer switch. Failures at Layer 2 are isolated to a small subset of users. High availability is made possible since local VLAN traffic on access switches can now be passed directly to the core switches across an alternate Layer 3 path. Layer 3 routing between VLANs can now be applied at the access layer. Deterministic failover paths can be configured between the access and distribution layer.

Refer to the exhibit. Both switches have maintained their default configurations. Given the output of the show interface fastethernet 0/2 switchport command, which mode should be displayed after the "Negotiation of Trunking: " field? on off auto desirable

Refer to the exhibit. Switch2 is not updating its VLAN information based on updates from Switch1. Why is this occurring? The VTP domains are different. The VTP modes are different. The VTP passwords are different. Switch2 is in server mode. Switch2 is in client mode. Switch2 is in transparent mode.

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