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  1. real exam questions. Not part at any available dumps...
  2. Ok, about the Nexus SPAN configuration. I was able to verify the SPAN configuration options on real equipment. As soon as I tried to configure a second SPAN destination under the monitor session 3, I received following: sw-1(config-monitor)# destination interface ethernet 1/15 ERROR: Eth1/15: Only one destination per session sw-1(config-monitor)# This makes it clear - A, C are the only correct answers.
  3. Step 1 Configure destination ports in access mode and enable SPAN monitoring. Example: switch# configure terminal switch(config)# interface ethernet 2/5 switch(config-if)# switchport switch(config-if)# switchport monitor switch(config-if)# no shut switch(config-if)# exit switch(config)# Step 2 Configure a SPAN session. Example: switch(config)# no monitor session 3 switch(config)# monitor session 3 switch(config-monitor)# source interface ethernet 2/1-3, ethernet 3/1 rx switch(config-monitor)# source interface port-channel 2 switch(config-monitor)# source interface sup-eth 0 both switch(config-monitor)# source vlan 3, 6-8 rx switch(config-monitor)# source interface ethernet 101/1/1-3 switch(config-monitor)# filter vlan 3-5, 7 switch(config-monitor)# destination interface ethernet 2/5 switch(config-monitor)# no shut switch(config-monitor)# exit switch(config)# show monitor session 3 switch(config)# copy running-config startup-config
  4. Another question .. real exam question about IP-directed broadcast - PL question is not anymore part of the exam. Can't remember whether 1 or 2 statements where correct. A: is wrong C and D should not be correct according following - An IP directed broadcast is an IP packet whose destination address is a valid broadcast address for some IP subnet but which originates from a node that is not itself part of that destination subnet. Which statement about IP-directed broadcast are true? All switches in the network forward an IP-directed broadcast in the same way they forward multicast IP packets When a directed broadcast packet reaches a switch that is directly connected to its destination subnet, the packet exploded as a broadcast on the destination An IP-directed broadcast is a packet whose destination address is a multicast-group to send the packet to a group of hosts … local a remote subnet An IP directed broadcast is an IP packet whose destination address is a valid unicast-address, but which originated from a node that is part of that destination subnet Answer: B Can someone confirm ?
  5. Thanks - where can I find a reference of your answer? I would like to understand it.
  6. A, D should be the right answers.
  7. Based on this document - [Hidden Content] - it seems A & C could be correct.SPAN Sessions - first configuration examples and picture. Oh man, this is a crazy question because the documentation does not provide the right answer to question. Only testing will provide the result.
  8. Install 2208 IOMs, VIC1280 CNAs, fabric Extenders, and create eight vNICs mapped to each fabric. Install 2204 IOMs, VIC1240 CNAs, and create four vNICs mapped to each fabric. Source: PassLeader ( I've not verified this answer from PL)
  9. Source: ciscopress - NX-OS and Nexus Switching (page 386 & 387) - A source port cannot be a SPAN destination port. - A SPAN destination can be configured in only one SPAN session at a time. - You can configure only one destination port in a SPAN session. <<< according this limitation, only A, C are possible. All monitor sessions in the configuration had the same number - I believe it was 3 on all monitor session configuration commands. This makes also sense from a logical point of view. All other options would provide more combinations ... I would select A, C.
  10. About soaking … 2 statements are correct? The condition ceases by itself and goes into the soaking-cleaning state The soaking timer expires and moves to the raised severity level Acknowledge the fault, which immediately clears it from the system The condition ceases by itself and automatically clears the fault Once the soaking the fault ceases and no change is expected in the severity level Answer: A, B Please, can someone confirm the correctness of the answer?
  11. This is what I I found as well. CoAP: UDP, IETF – RFC 7252 The default port for coap:// is 5683/udp and the default for coaps:// is 5684/udp. ROLL = Routing Over Low power and Lossy networks)
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