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When running NAT, what is the purpose of address overloading?


limit the number of hosts that can connect to the WAN
allow multiple inside addresses to share a single global address
force hosts to wait for an available address
allow an outside host to share inside global addresses

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Which two &' addresses represent the networ( and broadcast addresses for the networ( that includes host
1)2.1*+.1.1,-2.? /0hoose two.1
networ( 1)2.1*+.1.
networ( 1)2.1*+.1.12+
networ( 1)2.1*+.1.1,
broadcast 1)2.1*+.1.12.
broadcast 1)2.1*+.1.12)
broadcast 1)2.1*+.1.222

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What two advantages does 0&45 provide to a networ(? /0hoose two.1
reduced routing table si6e
d!namic address assignment
automatic route redistribution
reduced routing update traffic
automatic summari6ation at classful boundaries

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What range of networ(s are summari6ed b! the address and mas(, 1)2.1*+.,2.-1)?
1)2.1*+..-27 8 1)2.1*+.,2.-27
1)2.1*+..-27 8 1)2.1*+.,1.-27
1)2.1*+.,2.-27 9 1)2.1*+.*7.-27
1)2.1*+.,2.-27 9 1)2.1*+.*,.-27

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What is a characteristic of a classful routing protocol on the networ(?
All subnets are seen b! all routers.
0&45 addresses are advertised.
A subnet can be further subnetted down and advertised correctl!.
:pdates received b! a router in a different ma;or networ( have the default mas( applied.

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A networ( administrator is as(ed to design a new addressing scheme for a corporate networ(. 'resentl!, there
are 2 users at the head office, 2 users at sales, 722 at manufacturing, and 2 at the research site. Which
statement defines the correct $<=" addressing map with minimal waste using the 1.2.1*..-1* networ(?
1.2.1*..-2 head office
1.2.1*.1.-21 manufacturing
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1.2.1*.1.-22 sales
1.2.1*.,.-2* research
1.2.1*.7+.-1) head office
1.2.1*.1*.-2 manufacturing
1.2.1*.7+.12+ sales
1.2.1*.7+.-2* research
1.2.1*..-2, head office
1.2.1*.2.-2, manufacturing
1.2.1*.7.-27 sales
1.2.1*.2.-2* research
1.2.1*.2.-22 head office
1.2.1*.,.-2, manufacturing
1.2.1*.7.-2* sales
1.2.1*.7.12+-22 research

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5efer to the e#hibit. >ased on the output of the show ip nat translations command, which (ind of address
translation is in effect on this router?
static
public
overload
private

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5efer to the e#hibit. Which two are valid $<=" network addresses for the serial lin( between 5outer1 and
5outer2? /0hoose two.1
1)2.1*+.1.7-,
1)2.1*+.1.+-,
1)2.1*+.1.)-,
1)2.1*+.1.11-,
1)2.1*+.1.1)-,

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A networ( engineer is implementing a networ( design using $<=" for networ( 1)2.1*+.1.-27. After
subnetting the networ(, the engineer has decided to ta(e one of the subnets, 1)2.1*+.1.1*-2+ and subnet it
further to provide for point8to8point serial lin( addresses. What is the ma#imum number of subnets that can be
created from the 1)2.1*+.1.1*-2+ subnet for serial connections?
1
2
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?ow man! addresses will be available for d!namic NAT translation when a router is configured with the
following commands?
5outer/config1@ip nat pool TAME 209.16.201.2! 209.16.201.!0 net"as# 2.2.2.22$
5outer/config1@ip nat insi%e source list 9 pool TAME
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27
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5efer to the e#hibit. All networ(s that are shown have a -27 prefi#. Assuming that all routes have been
discovered b! all routers in the networ(, which address will successfull! summari6e onl! the networ(s that are
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shown?
1)2.1*+.+.-21
1)2.1*+.+.-27
1)2.1*+.1*.-2
1)2.1*+.1*.-21
1)2.1*+.1*.-27

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What two pieces of information can be determined from the host &' address of 1)2.1*+.2.),-2)? /0hoose two.1
The number of bits borrowed for the subnetwor( is 2.
The number of usable hosts for each subnetwor( is 17.
The -2) translates to a subnet mas( of 222.222.222.27+.
The networ( address for this host is 1)2.1*+.2.+-2).
The broadcast address for this networ( is 1)2.1*+.2.)7-2).

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5efer to the e#hibit. ?ost A is assigned an &' address of 1.11+.1)..22-2. ?ow man! additional networ(ed
devices will this subnetwor( support?
22,
2)
121
272
7),

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When configuring NAT on a 0isco router, what is the inside local &' address?
the &' address of an inside host as it appears to the outside networ(
the &' address of an outside host as it appears to the inside networ(
the &' address of an inside host as it appears to the inside networ(
the configured &' address assigned to a host in the outside networ(

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Which two addresses could be used as private &' addresses in a <AN? /0hoose two.1
1.1.1.2
1.2.,1.1.227
1.2.*7.1.1
1)2.1*2.2.1
1)2.1*).1.1

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?ow does a router (eep trac( of which inside local address is used when NAT overload is configured?
The router adds an additional bit to the source &' address and maintains a separate table.
The router modifies the Ao= field.
The router uses T0' or :4' port numbers.
The router uses a manual entr! that is created and maintained in the database of the router.

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5efer to the graphic. A technician is investigating wh! ?1 and ?2 cannot communicate. What problem should
the technician discover?
=w1 has an incorrect default gatewa!.
?1 and ?2 are on different subnetwor(s.
=w1 needs an &' address assigned in the same subnetwor(.
The ?2 &' address should be changed to 1)2.1*+.22.,7-2+.
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5efer to the e#hibit. Which address is an inside global address?
1.1.1.1
1.1.1.2
1)+.1+.1.22
*7.1..1

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5efer to the e#hibit. What solution would solve the discontiguous networ( problem and prevent the routers from
advertising misleading networ(s?
Turn automatic summari6ation off and manuall! summari6e the routes at the classful boundar!.
Allow automatic summari6ation to send the most optimal route.
0hange the routing protocol to a classless routing protocol, such as 5&'v1.
0hange the <AN addressing schemes on 52 and 5, to use $<=" since it supports discontiguous networ(s.

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5efer to the e#hibit. Which two &' addresses could be assigned to the hosts that are shown in the e#hibit?
/0hoose two.1
1)2.1*+.*2.,1
1)2.1*+.*2.,2
1)2.1*+.*2.,2
1)2.1*+.*2.*
1)2.1*+.*2.*,
1)2.1*+.*2.*7

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Which two statements differentiate between flat and hierarchical networ(s? /0hoose two.1
&n a hierarchical design, the networ( consists of all <a!er 2 devices.
&n a hierarchical design, a networ( consists of a single broadcast domain.
&n a flat networ(, all hosts can be reached without having to pass through a router.
&n a flat networ(, hosts using multiple broadcast domains pass through routers.
&n a hierarchical design, a networ( is divided into la!ers to reduce congestion and the si6e of failure
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A networ( technician has been as(ed to implement a hierarchical addressing scheme. Which two statements
could describe the hierarchical addressing scheme structure to the technician? /0hoose two.1
A hierarchical addressing structure logicall! groups networ(s into smaller subnetwor(s.
A hierarchical networ( operates most efficientl! without a specific address structure.
5oute summari6ation will operate efficientl! in a hierarchical networ( without a hierarchical addressing
scheme.
A hierarchical addressing structure can simplif! networ( management and improve scalabilit!.
An effective hierarchical addressing scheme must begin with a classful networ( at the distribution la!er.

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What are two benefits of implementing a $<=" addressing scheme? /0hoose two.1
allows efficient use of address space
supports hierarchical addressing capabilit!
supports onl! one subnet mas( length throughout the entire networ(
allows efficient use of larger routing tables to eliminate the need for route summari6ation
solves the problem of discontiguous networ(s with classful routing protocols
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