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) capacity planning controlling traffic flow diagnosing performance problems increasing network security monitoring user activity troubleshooting logging activity When should high-impact network changes be made on a production network? immediately during regular business hours during peak network traffic times during scheduled maintenance windows Which two network maintenance tasks should be performed as part of a network maintenance plan? (Choose two.) network monitoring IP address administration service-level agreement compliance command line device management accommodating adds, moves, and changes Which two network procedures should all network maintenance plans include? (Choose two). replacing failed devices determining business hours accommodating adds, moves, and changes establishing a list of non-essential applications responding to all external queries What are two benefits of scheduling maintenance as part of the network maintenance planning effort? (Choose two.) reduced network downtime more promotion of the use of a common calendar less need for network monitoring predictable lead time for change requests immediate solutions to noncritical issues easier for budget planning purposes What are two benefits to a scheduled maintenance? (Choose two.) reduces network downtime allows failed devices to be corrected immediately allows the engineers to make the corrections during peak utilization times ensures software patches and backups are completed Why is it important to have a disaster recovery plan for a network? to reduce network costs to reduce downtime when a device fails to increase network capacity during peak times to increase network throughput during peak times What must be considered when creating configuration backups to be used during disaster recovery? a clear versioning and naming system service contract information exact hardware serial numbers location of single points of failure
An administrator has a written procedure of the steps to follow if a device fails. Which two items should the administrator have in order to reduce the amount of downtime the failed device could cause? (Choose two.) existing IOS SNMP logs Cisco Feature Navigator copy of current configuration An administrator needs to ensure a server is created to store all network device backups. Which service should be enabled on the server to allow it to receive backups? Telnet CCP NTP FTP Which two statements are true about NTP servers in an enterprise network? (Choose two.) There can only be one NTP server on an enterprise network. All NTP servers synchronize directly to a stratum 1 time source. NTP servers at stratum 1 are directly connected to an authoritative time source. NTP servers ensure an accurate time stamp on logging and debugging information. NTP servers control the mean time between failures (MTBF) for key network devices. Which Cisco web-based resource provides a complete bill-of-materials based on selected hardware and software configurations? Cisco Power Calculator Cisco Feature Navigator Embedded Event Manager Dynamic Configuration Tool CiscoWorks Resource Manager Essentials What are two ways to simplify access to network maintenance documentation? (Choose two.) a wiki an issue tracking system SNMP Object Navigator Cisco Feature Navigator Cisco Dynamic Configuration Tool A network technician receives a report from a user about a connectivity issue to a branch office resource. The details of the issue are documented and assigned a priority. Another team member reviews the issue and researches how similar issues were resolved in the past. The issue is escalated to another team for resolution. What type of maintenance tool matches the process described? Management Information Base (MIB) Dynamic Configuration Tool issue tracking system syslog server logging system Which two actions are considered part of network monitoring and performance measurement? (Choose two.) measurement of network delay, jitter, or packet loss monitoring of interface status, interface load, CPU load, and memory usage monitoring the procedures used to install software, configurations, and licenses monitoring the performance of the tools required to transfer the software and configuration to the device ensuring the availability of documentation of the exact hardware part, serial, and service contract numbers for the devices
Which network performance statistics should be measured in order to verify SLA compliance? NAT translation statistics device CPU and memory utilization packet round-trip time (RTT), jitter, and packet loss number of error messages that are logged on the syslog server
Refer to the exhibit. Based on the information presented, why would a syslog server not receive debugging information? Debugging information cannot be sent to a syslog server. The logging trap 7 global configuration command still needs to be issued. The logging buffer is too small to store debugging information and must be increased. The logging console debugging global configuration command still needs to be issued. The logging monitor debugging global configuration command still needs to be issued. Successful disaster recovery is dependent on the existence of which two items? (Choose two.) network management personnel on-site 24/7 up-to-date server patches software provisioning tools up-to-date hardware inventory well-defined trust boundaries
Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator is tasked with creating a backup of the startup configuration for router R1 to a server with IP address 10.1.15.1. Which option will provide the most secure way to transfer the file? R1# copy startup-config ftp://10.1.15.1/R1-test.cfg R1# copy startup-config ftp://RED:email@example.com/R1-test.cfg R1# copy startup-config http://10.1.15.1/R1-test.cfg R1# copy startup-config https://10.1.15.1/R1-test.cfg
Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator is tasked with creating a configuration archive for the configuration of R1. What would be the outcome of the displayed configuration? The current running configuration file will be archived after 10080 minutes on the remote server. The current running configuration file will be archived every 10080 minutes in the local flash memory. The current running configuration file will be archived any time running configuration is copied to NVRAM. The current running configuration file will be archived every 10080 minutes in the local flash memory and remote location.