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Ethernet Switching Design Expert

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Question: 1
A large enterprise occupies thirty floors of a tall building. Each floor is densely populated with end-users and devices. You have determined that the customer wants Gigabit connectivity to the desktop. Due to space constraints, this presents a challenge at the wiring closet. Which solution would you recommend?
A. Ethernet Switch 325 stacked at the edge
B. Ethernet Routing Switch 8300s at the edge
C. Ethernet Switch 470-48T stacked at the edge
D. Ethernet Routing Switch 5510s stacked at the edge
Answer: D

Question: 2
You have determined that the network you are designing requires 16 spanning tree groups. The customer wants assurance that in case of link failures, convergence time for the end user will be kept at a minimum. Which routing switch solution would you deploy that would meet the spanning group requirement and how would you address the resiliency issue?
A. The Ethernet Switch 460/70; enable IEEE 802.1d on the access ports to the end users.
B. The Ethernet Routing Switch 1600; enable IEEE 802.1w on the access ports to the end users.
C. The Ethernet Routing Switch 8300; enable IEEE 802.1d on the access ports to the end users.
D. The Ethernet Routing Switch 8600; enable IEEE 802.1w on the access ports to the end users.
Answer: D

Question: 3
Company.com requires that its local network be securely protected at a level above using simple user names and passwords. Over the past several months, temporary employees have attempted the following types of unauthorized network access:
Modification Masquerade Disclosure
Which method of secure switch access should be recommended to this customer, knowing that some employees are attempting to access network devices?
A. Update community strings and change strings on a frequent basis.
B. Disable Secure Shell V2 (SSH-2) to access the Ethernet switches and routers.
C. Implement Remote Access Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) at a remote location to monitor access attempts for each device.
D. Install a SNMP v3 server and load encryption libraries into the Ethernet switches to monitor and manage the network devices.
Answer: D

Question: 4
You are designing a network for Company.com that has 600+ network users per day. The company has vendors that must access its network on a regular basis. You need a core component that will allow the vendors to use any port in the network but will only allow access to vendor-only services and applications.
How would you begin implementing a solution?.
A. Design a network around the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 and implement IEEE 802.1x security scheme.
B. Design a network around the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 and implement a protocol-based VLAN to differentiate groups of users.
C. Implement simple port-based VLANs around the Ethernet Routing Switch 8300, enabling the customer to assign vendors into a specific group and port.
D. Implement policy-based VLANs centered on the Ethernet Routing Switch 8300 to enable the customer to differentiate between vendors and employees by traffic coming into the port.
Answer: A

Question: 5
Company.com requires a new multicast design with ten hosts on the same VLAN. You are aware that the multicast data originates from a multicast router already in place. In order to conserve bandwidth, the design must meet the following criteria:
Users not part of the multicast group will not receive multicast traffic.
Only one report should be forwarded from this VLAN.
How would you configure an Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 to handle this scenario?
A. Use the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 as a Layer 2 switch; configure IGMP proxy.
B. Use the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 as a multicast router; disable IGMP snooping.
C. Use the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 as a multicast router; no manual configuration is needed.
D. Use the Ethernet Routing Switch 8600 as Layer 2 switch; disable IGMP proxy; enable IGMP snooping.
Answer: A

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