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1 hour ago, Best said:

QUESTION 18

Due to a major version change, an engineer must perform a software upgrade on a Cisco Nexus Series switch.

Which two technologies can be implemented to reduce disruptions to the network during the upgrade? (Choose two.)

 

A. vPC

B. HSRP

C. VDC

D. MLAG

E. PAgP

 

What do you think about this Q?

 

I think the correct answer A and B.

because if the entire device fails or is updated, the VDS will not help. Since degradation will be for all vdc on the device.

I think VPC and HSRP are most suited for redundancy perspective. MLAG is more generic, and VPC is cisco's own.

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a very strange question, I cannot find the answer to it, from the listed here.

 

What is an advantage of NFS as compared to Fibre Channel?

A. NFS removes the impact of IP overhead.

B. NFS enables thin provisioning for LUNs

C. NFS provides direct access to the underlying storage hardware.

D. NFS provides the dynamic allocation of storage capacity.

 

A - this is not a true statement;

B - is a very strange answer, since thin provisioning can be enabled and on FC, not only NFS.

С - very controversial and probably also not a correct answer

D - not sure if this statement is correct only for NFS

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When a strict CoPP policy is implemented, which statement describes an event during which packets are dropped?
 
A. A large system image is copied to a switch by using the default VRF.
B. Fifteen SSH sessions remain connected to the switch.
C. A ping sweep is performed on a network that is connected through a switch.
D. A web server that is connected to a switch is affected by a DDoS attack.
 
CoPP handles traffic TO the device, not THROUGH it. A and B is the only two that meets that criteria. What do you think?
 
 
help me choose the correct answers for this questions.

 

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9 hours ago, rootkaung said:

I think VPC and HSRP are most suited for redundancy perspective. MLAG is more generic, and VPC is cisco's own.

I Think is correct A and B.

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6 hours ago, Best said:

a very strange question, I cannot find the answer to it, from the listed here.

 

What is an advantage of NFS as compared to Fibre Channel?

A. NFS removes the impact of IP overhead.

B. NFS enables thin provisioning for LUNs

C. NFS provides direct access to the underlying storage hardware.

D. NFS provides the dynamic allocation of storage capacity.

 

A - this is not a true statement;

B - is a very strange answer, since thin provisioning can be enabled and on FC, not only NFS.

С - very controversial and probably also not a correct answer

D - not sure if this statement is correct only for NFS

==========================================================================
 
When a strict CoPP policy is implemented, which statement describes an event during which packets are dropped?
 
A. A large system image is copied to a switch by using the default VRF.
B. Fifteen SSH sessions remain connected to the switch.
C. A ping sweep is performed on a network that is connected through a switch.
D. A web server that is connected to a switch is affected by a DDoS attack.
 
CoPP handles traffic TO the device, not THROUGH it. A and B is the only two that meets that criteria. What do you think?
 
 
help me choose the correct answers for this questions.

 

I would choose the answer about SSH... but im not pretty sure. My choise is according to answer A about default VRF and the default vrf y also the global routing table and I dont find any reason to drop packets with an specified copp.

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18 hours ago, Best said:

a very strange question, I cannot find the answer to it, from the listed here.

 

What is an advantage of NFS as compared to Fibre Channel?

A. NFS removes the impact of IP overhead.

B. NFS enables thin provisioning for LUNs

C. NFS provides direct access to the underlying storage hardware.

D. NFS provides the dynamic allocation of storage capacity.

 

A - this is not a true statement;

B - is a very strange answer, since thin provisioning can be enabled and on FC, not only NFS.

С - very controversial and probably also not a correct answer

D - not sure if this statement is correct only for NFS

==========================================================================
 
When a strict CoPP policy is implemented, which statement describes an event during which packets are dropped?
 
A. A large system image is copied to a switch by using the default VRF.
B. Fifteen SSH sessions remain connected to the switch.
C. A ping sweep is performed on a network that is connected through a switch.
D. A web server that is connected to a switch is affected by a DDoS attack.
 
CoPP handles traffic TO the device, not THROUGH it. A and B is the only two that meets that criteria. What do you think?
 
 
help me choose the correct answers for this questions.

 

I think the answer is "D". 

A) NFS mainly rely on IP

 B) both FC and NFS support thin provisioning

C) NFS only communicate with File System/Volume and  not block device (LUN)

 

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What do you think about this Q81?

A POAP-enabled Cisco Nexus switch will not enter POAP mode.

Which two conditions should be verified? (Choose two.)

A. No startup configuration is available.
B. The switch is in bootup process.
C. The license file is missing on the switch.
D. Bootflash must contain a special directory named POAP with poap.py file.
E. No Cisco NX-OS image is present on the bootflash.

Guys, what is the correct answer? I’m sure it’s not D or E.

but in the documentation I found the line - The POAP feature does not require a license and is enabled by default. However for the POAP feature to function, appropriate licenses must be installed on the devices in the network before the deployment of the network.  -

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What is the result of implementing this configuration?

A. The switch queries the TACACS+ server by using an encrypted text PAP login

B. The TACACS+ server uses the type-6 encrypted format.

C. The switch queries the TACACS+ server by using a clear text PAP login.

D. The timeout value on the TACACS+ server is 10 seconds.

 

I’m sure it’s not B or C. but what's the correct answer A or D?

 

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2 hours ago, Best said:

What do you think about this Q81?

A POAP-enabled Cisco Nexus switch will not enter POAP mode.

Which two conditions should be verified? (Choose two.)

A. No startup configuration is available.
B. The switch is in bootup process.
C. The license file is missing on the switch.
D. Bootflash must contain a special directory named POAP with poap.py file.
E. No Cisco NX-OS image is present on the bootflash.

Guys, what is the correct answer? I’m sure it’s not D or E.

but in the documentation I found the line - The POAP feature does not require a license and is enabled by default. However for the POAP feature to function, appropriate licenses must be installed on the devices in the network before the deployment of the network.  -

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What do you think about this Q101?

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What is the result of implementing this configuration?

A. The switch queries the TACACS+ server by using an encrypted text PAP login

B. The TACACS+ server uses the type-6 encrypted format.

C. The switch queries the TACACS+ server by using a clear text PAP login.

D. The timeout value on the TACACS+ server is 10 seconds.

 

I’m sure it’s not B or C. but what's the correct answer A or D?

 

Q101

Answer is A. switch(config)# tacacs-server key [ 0 | 7 ] key-value Specifies a preshared key for all TACACS+ servers. You can specify a clear text (0) or encrypted (7) preshared key.

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left to solve with question 81

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1 hour ago, kalel05 said:

Passed yesterday.

Still Valid.

My congratulations!
 
Any new questions?  What answers do you think are errors, how did you fix them?

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On 7/16/2020 at 12:29 PM, rootkaung said:

I think VPC and HSRP are most suited for redundancy perspective. MLAG is more generic, and VPC is cisco's own.

It is clearly not (C. VDC) because software upgrades disrupt all VDCs. Furthermore, the question does not state it is a Nexus 7k being upgraded and VDC exist only on Nexus 7k

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3 hours ago, Best said:
My congratulations!
 
Any new questions?  What answers do you think are errors, how did you fix them?

thank you!

No new Qs

 

 

 

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On 7/4/2020 at 7:19 PM, ssaysat said:

Hi Salinda,

do you take you exam ?

 

Not yet still searching materials Any dumps available?

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On 7/4/2020 at 7:19 PM, ssaysat said:

Hi Salinda,

do you take you exam ?

 

Not yet any dumps or materials ?

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