Building ProCurve Resilient, Adaptive Networks
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Question No: 1
You must configure QoS on a ProCurve Switch 8212zl
in the core layer of a network. One interface on the
switch receives traffic that uses only Layer 3 markers
to indicate priority. What must you do to enable the
switch to forward this traffic with correct priority?
A. Set the QoS trust level to the appropriate value.
B. Enable the appropriate interpretation of the IP
C. Configure port-based priorities for all ports forwarding
D. Configure custom IEEE 802.1p maps for all ports
forwarding this traffic.
Question No: 2
You will connect an IP telephone that supports LLDP-MED
to port 8 on a ProCurve Switch 3500yl. Which configuration
step will enable the switch to auto-configure the
appropriate VLAN for the phone??
A. Enable LLDP-MED in the VLAN 1 configuration context.
B. Configure port 8 as a tagged member of a voice
C. Enable LLDP-MED in the configuration context for
a voice VLAN.
D. Define port 8 as an LLDP-MED port in the global
Question No: 3
A ProCurve Switch 8212zl must be configured to be
the ABR for OSPF areas 0 and 5. While implementing
this configuration, you enter the following command
at the switch's CLI:
8212zl(ospf)#area 5 stub 2 no-summary
How will this affect the route tables of other routers
in area 5?
A. Only directly connected routes will be listed.
B. The only OSPF route will be the interface with
C. All networks outside area 5 will be summarized
as a default route.
D. Every route known to the 8212zl will be listed
with a separate gateway and cost.
Question No: 4
You have enabled OSPF in the global configuration
context and in the VLAN 222 context of a ProCurve
Switch 8212zl. All OSPF areas have been created and
associated with the correct VLANs. All other OSPF
settings are at default. What is the effect of the
8212zl(vlan-222)#ip ospf cost 100
A. The OSPF link using VLAN 222 as a gateway will
use the default cost.
B. The OSPF link using VLAN 222 will become the preferred
route to the backbone area.
C. The OSPF link using VLAN 222 as a gateway will
have higher cost than OSPF links with a default cost.
D. The OSPF link using VLAN 222 as a gateway will
have lower cost than OSPF links with a default cost.
Question No: 5
The output of show ip ospf neighbor for a ProCurve
Switch 8212zl indicates a 2WAY state for one of the
switch's OSPF neighbor relationships. What does this
indicate about the 8212zl and its neighbor?
A. They are in different OSPF areas.
B. They are both BDRs for an OSPF area.
C. They are configured with different OSPF versions.
D. They are neighbors, but have not formed an adjacency.
Question No: 6
What is an OSPF virtual link?
A. a link that connects an ABR to the backbone area
through a non-backbone area
B. a link that provides a redundant connection between
an internal router and an ABR
C. a link that enables an ABR to exchange routes with
a router in another OSPF domain
D. a link that provides a redundant connection between
an ASBR and a non-OSPF domain
Question No: 7
How does a ProCurve Switch 5406zl handle two equal-cost
A. It blocks one of the paths.
B. It shares the load over the two paths.
C. It balances the load per TCP session.
D. It uses the first path that appeared in the routing
Question No: 8
What is the impact on memory usage when defining multiple
OSPF areas on a ProCurve Switch 5412zl?
A. It is decreased because non-backbone routes are
B. It is increased because it must maintain more routes
in its route table.
C. It is increased because it must maintain link-state
databases for each area.
D. It is decreased because all backbone routes are
summarized as the default route.
Question No: 9
What are the benefits offered by converged networks?
A. simplified adds, moves, changes
B. unified support for IPv4 and for IPv6
C. lowered costs for switches and routers
D. enhanced quality for voice transmissions
E. integrated support for voice, video, and data
Answer: A, E