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Cisco 3 - Switch

Chapter 5

At which layer of the 3-layer design component would users


with common interests be grouped?

Perrine. J

1.

Access

2.

Workgroup

3.

Core

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

At which layer of the 3-layer design component would users


with common interests be grouped?

Perrine. J

1.

Access

2.

Workgroup

3.

Core

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

Which of the following services are provided by enterprise servers? (Choose


three.)

Perrine. J

1.

Domain Name System

2.

user applications

3.

file sharing

4.

e-mail

5.

print sharing

6.

corporate intranet

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Chapter 5

Which of the following services are provided by enterprise servers? (Choose


three.)

Perrine. J

1.

Domain Name System

2.

user applications

3.

file sharing

4.

e-mail

5.

print sharing

6.

corporate intranet

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Chapter 5

Which of the following affect network availability? (Choose three.)

Perrine. J

1.

throughput

2.

response time

3.

workstation speed

4.

access to resources

5.

desktop applications

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Chapter 5

Which of the following affect network availability? (Choose three.)

Perrine. J

1.

throughput

2.

response time

3.

workstation speed

4.

access to resources

5.

desktop applications

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Chapter 5

Which of the following are features of the access layer of the hierarchical
network design model? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

inter-VLAN routing

2.

Layer 2 filtering

3.

Layer 3 filtering

4.

microsegmentation

5.

bandwidth security

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Chapter 5

Which of the following are features of the access layer of the hierarchical
network design model? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

inter-VLAN routing

2.

Layer 2 filtering

3.

Layer 3 filtering

4.

microsegmentation

5.

bandwidth security

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Chapter 5

At which layer of the 3-layer design component is policy based connectivity


implemented?

Perrine. J

1.

Core

2.

Access

3.

Distribution

4.

Workgroups

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Chapter 5

At which layer of the 3-layer design component is policy based connectivity


implemented?

Perrine. J

1.

Core

2.

Access

3.

Distribution

4.

Workgroups

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Chapter 5

At which layer of the 3-layer design component is the campus backbone


found?

Perrine. J

1.

Access

2.

Workgroups

3.

Core

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

At which layer of the 3-layer design component is the campus backbone


found?

Perrine. J

1.

Access

2.

Workgroups

3.

Core

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

At what layer of the 3-layer design component would broadcast traffic be


isolated?

Perrine. J

1.

Workgroup

2.

Access

3.

Core

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

At what layer of the 3-layer design component would broadcast traffic be


isolated?

Perrine. J

1.

Workgroup

2.

Access

3.

Core

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

A distribution layer switch operates at which OSI layers? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

access

2.

data link

3.

network

4.

internet

5.

transport

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Chapter 5

A distribution layer switch operates at which OSI layers? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

access

2.

data link

3.

network

4.

internet

5.

transport

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Chapter 5

Which hierarchical design model layer is responsible for containing network


problems to the workgroups in which they occur?

Perrine. J

1.

application

2.

access

3.

distribution

4.

network

5.

core

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Chapter 5

Which hierarchical design model layer is responsible for containing network


problems to the workgroups in which they occur?

Perrine. J

1.

application

2.

access

3.

distribution

4.

network

5.

core

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Chapter 5

Which networking devices can be used at the access layer of the hierarchical
network design model? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

hub

2.

bridge

3.

switch

4.

router

5.

repeater

6.

AUI

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Chapter 5

Which networking devices can be used at the access layer of the hierarchical
network design model? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

hub

2.

bridge

3.

switch

4.

router

5.

repeater

6.

AUI

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Chapter 5

In most cases, when designing the core layer, your main concern should be
which of the following?

Perrine. J

1.

Efficient use of bandwidth

2.

Workgroup access

3.

Server placement

4.

Enterprise server placement

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Chapter 5

In most cases, when designing the core layer, your main concern should be
which of the following?

Perrine. J

1.

Efficient use of bandwidth

2.

Workgroup access

3.

Server placement

4.

Enterprise server placement

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Chapter 5

A major network upgrade that was designed to improve speed and reliability
has recently been completed. Users in one part of the network are
experiencing dramatically decreased throughput and loss of connectivity.
Which of the LAN design goals was not met for these users?

Perrine. J

1.

functionality

2.

sustainability

3.

adaptability

4.

manageability

5.

scalability

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Chapter 5

A major network upgrade that was designed to improve speed and reliability
has recently been completed. Users in one part of the network are
experiencing dramatically decreased throughput and loss of connectivity.
Which of the LAN design goals was not met for these users?

Perrine. J

1.

functionality

2.

sustainability

3.

adaptability

4.

manageability

5.

scalability

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Chapter 5

For a 3-layer design, which layer connects users into the LAN?

Perrine. J

1.

Workgroup

2.

Core

3.

Access

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

For a 3-layer design, which layer connects users into the LAN?

Perrine. J

1.

Workgroup

2.

Core

3.

Access

4.

Distribution

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Chapter 5

A network administrator is using network monitoring tools to measure how


much bandwidth is being utilized during peak hours. This information will be
used to decide what upgrades will be performed in the future. Which of the
four LAN design goals are being used? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

scalability

2.

sustainability

3.

manageability

4.

functionality

5.

adaptability

6.

reliability

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Chapter 5

A network administrator is using network monitoring tools to measure how


much bandwidth is being utilized during peak hours. This information will be
used to decide what upgrades will be performed in the future. Which of the
four LAN design goals are being used? (Choose two.)

Perrine. J

1.

scalability

2.

sustainability

3.

manageability

4.

functionality

5.

adaptability

6.

reliability

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Chapter 5

What will increase the number of broadcast domains in a network? (Choose


two.)

Perrine. J

1.

replacing hubs with switches

2.

segmenting the network by installing a router

3.

creating VLANs for each workgroup

4.

adding additional hubs to the local area network

5.

replacing routers with LAN switches

6.

adding bridges to connect different workgroups

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Chapter 5

What will increase the number of broadcast domains in a network? (Choose


two.)

Perrine. J

1.

replacing hubs with switches

2.

segmenting the network by installing a router

3.

creating VLANs for each workgroup

4.

adding additional hubs to the local area network

5.

replacing routers with LAN switches

6.

adding bridges to connect different workgroups

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Chapter 5

Where should DNS and email servers be located?

Perrine. J

1.

IDF

2.

MDF

3.

HCC

4.

VCC

5.

POP

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Chapter 5

Where should DNS and email servers be located?

Perrine. J

1.

IDF

2.

MDF

3.

HCC

4.

VCC

5.

POP

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Chapter 5

VLAN1 and VLAN2 have been configured on a switch. What must be done
for hosts on VLAN1 to communicate with hosts on VLAN2?

Perrine. J

1.

VLAN overlapping must be enabled on the switch.

2.

The MAC address must be added to the ARP table in the switch.

3.

A router must be configured to allow routing between the VLANs.

4.

An entry in the switching table must be configured for each VLAN.

5.

Communication between VLANs is automatically enabled on


switches

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Chapter 5

VLAN1 and VLAN2 have been configured on a switch. What must be done
for hosts on VLAN1 to communicate with hosts on VLAN2?

Perrine. J

1.

VLAN overlapping must be enabled on the switch.

2.

The MAC address must be added to the ARP table in the switch.

3.

A router must be configured to allow routing between the


VLANs.

4.

An entry in the switching table must be configured for each VLAN.

5.

Communication between VLANs is automatically enabled on


switches

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Chapter 5

Which of the following are responsibilities of OSI Layer 2 network devices?


(Choose three.)

Perrine. J

1.

broadcast control

2.

packet filtering

3.

flow control

4.

error detection

5.

congestion reduction

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Chapter 5

Which of the following are responsibilities of OSI Layer 2 network devices?


(Choose three.)

Perrine. J

1.

broadcast control

2.

packet filtering

3.

flow control

4.

error detection

5.

congestion reduction

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