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Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting

 

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1 Output from the predictive analysis model should match data in the __________.

A. Ping command
B. Application Profile
C. Sniffer Statistics tab
D. All of the above
Answer: B
Explanation:
B The predictive model is composed of the following:
- Process time
- Total bytes transmitted
- Total frames
- TCP receive window size
- Applications turns
- Known or estimated Round-trip Time (RTT) latency
- Slowest link between client and server
A could be correct, since ping response time can be used to estimate distance latency, but this is only used if you cannot accurately analyze the network delay.

2 An application that is sensitive to __________ will be most impacted by many large frames sent between the pair of communicating devices across the network. (Choose all that apply)
A. Distance latency
B. Congestion delay
C. Bandwidth latency
D. Throughput efficiency
E. Network delay
Answer: B,C,E
Explanation:
B is correct, since congestion delay is "A condition in which a packet sent through a network experiences excessive delays because the network is overloaded with packets."
C is correct, since bandwidth latency sensitive applications is affected by large amounts of data passing between client and server.
E is correct, since network delay is "Part of the time it takes to move data from one end station to another including all intermediate devices, and processes."
Page 1-43, 1-45 and1-57 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

3 Bandwidth latency can be calculated for a complete user task.
A. FALSE
B. TRUE
Answer: B
Explanation:
"We will extend the bandwidth latency formula to evaluate all data that is transmitted during a defined task."
Page 1-28 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

4 Bandwidth latency can be calculated for an individual frame.
A. FALSE
B. TRUE
Answer: B
Explanation:
Formula is "based on bandwidth and frame size."
Page 1-26 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

5 The number of application turns involved in a conversation where the window size is 64240 and the data transmitted is 642,400 bytes would be __________.
A. 100
B. 1
C. 10
D. .1
Answer: C
Explanation:
Formula to calculate number of application turns is:
Total data bytes / Window Size = Application turns
642,400 / 64240 = 10
Page 3-25 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

6 A single user task can be isolated from a larger trace file by using which of the following Display options? (Choose all that apply)
A. Cumulative Bytes
B. Relative Time
C. Save Selected
D. Mark Frame
E. Select Range
Answer: C,E
Explanation:
"Use Select Range and Save Selected to pick the appropriate group of frames." Page 5-10 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

7 Application protocols, not defined in the Sniffer, may be added using the menu displayed using the following steps:
A. Tools > Expert Options > Protocols > New
B. Display > Display Setup > Summary Display tab
C. Tools > Options > Protocols
D. Monitor > Options > Others
Answer: C
Explanation:
Page 3-8 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

8 An application turn is composed of __________.
A. Network process time
B. Client acknowledgement time
C. Application response time
D. Server response time
Answer: D
Explanation:
Applications turns are comprised of the following:
- Network Delay
- Server Response Time
- Network Delay
- Client Response Time
The only answer to match this question is D.
Page 2-29 of Application Performance Analysis and Troubleshooting TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

9 When applying the predictive analysis model to an application we need to include __________ in our analysis.
A. Speed of the slowest link between client and server
B. All of the above
C. TCP window size
D. Statistics from the Sniffer Expert Connection layer
Answer: B
Explanation:
The predictive model is composed of the following:
- Process time
- Total bytes transmitted
- Total frames
- TCP receive window size
- Applications turns
- Known or estimated Round-trip Time (RTT) latency
- Slowest link between client and server
A is correct, since slowest link between client and server is required
C is correct, since TCP receive window size is required
D is correct, since statistics from the Sniffer Expert Connection Layer can give us the number of application turns and TCP receive window size.
B is correct, since all of the above answers are correct.
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TRN-102-TCL Participant Guide

 

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