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  1. Hello dears, Does anyone could share TS4 lab please? I have my lab in following weeks and I am not able to find feedback about this. As always, thanks all
  2. Could some one share those unl files please?
  3. Hello, I am also loking for these files. Also a unl file. If you have those files, can you please share?
  4. Dear all, does anyone could share a unl file for the active cfg and ts labs? Thanks all
  5. Which version of VCE should we use? - I am using 1.0.2 and it says it is old
  6. Guys can you shere SPOTO 212Q VCE file please? Thanks all
  7. I think is the mroute to 10.4.4.4 since the (*,G) route has as a RP that loopback and. Also, there are any interface in the OIL
  8. QUESTION 110 Which statement about Control Plane Policing is true? A.It queues egress packets that would otherwise be discarde B.It applies to packets that are generated locally. C.It queues ingress packets that would otherwise be discarde D.It applies to packets that are punted to the route processor. Solution says it is B I think it is D ... this is the source: [Hidden Content] From the local perspective of the network device, three general types of packets exist: Transit packets – These include data plane and some services plane packets that are subjected to standard, destination IP-based forwarding functions. In most networks and under normal operating conditions, transit packets are typically forwarded by Cisco Express Forwarding mechanisms, either in the interrupt process within CPU-based (software switched) platforms, or within specialized high-speed forwarding hardware (ASICs, FPGAs, or NPs) on high-end platforms. “Fast path” is most often used to describe this type of packet handling. Receive packets – These include control plane and management plane packets that are destined to the network device itself. Receive packets must be handled by the CPU within the route processor, as they are ultimately destined to and handled by applications running at the process level within IOS or IOS XR. “Punt” is often used to describe the action of moving a packet from the fast path to the route processor for handling. Exception IP and Non-IP packets – One special set of packets includes both exception IP packets and non-IP packets. Exception IP packets include, for example, IPv4 packets containing IP header options, IP packet TTL expires, and IP packets with unreachable destinations. Layer 2 keepalives, ISIS packets, Cisco Discovery Protocol (CDP) packets, and PPP Link Control Protocol (LCP) packets are examples of non-IP packets. All of the packets in this set must be handled by the route processor.
  9. Can you explain why E is a correct answer please? Thanks
  10. Hello all, In question 118: Refer to the exhibit.If the default-information originate always command is configured on R4,what route type is assigned to the default route in R1's route table? A.O B.E2 C.O IA D.E1 According to this, the correct asnwer is B think this is incorrect, R1 is in a Totally Stub Area. In Stub areas, external routes are not allowed so it cant be B/D By the other hand, a totally stub area does generate a default route on the ABR, so all routers on the area will see it as O IA What do you think?
  11. I think this is wrong. Correct aswer is A. From this source: [Hidden Content] Each stack of Cisco Catalyst 3750 Series Switches has a single IP address and is managed as a single object. This single IP management applies to activities such as fault detection, virtual LAN (VLAN) creation and modification, security, and QoS controls. Each stack has only one configuration file, which is distributed to each member in the stack. This allows each switch in the stack to share the same network topology, MAC address, and routing information. In addition, it allows for any member to become the master, if the master ever fails.
  12. What about trunk negotiation? I was asked in v5 lab to make sure trunks do not negociate. As far as I know need to force encapsulation, mode and disable negotiation: switchport trunk encap dot1q switchport mode trunk switchport nonegociate ---> This is not suported on IOU! Any other option?
  13. What I understand is, filter all outgoing routes and only allow 123.0.0.0 in... :S
  14. Great feed back! I have some questions on how you solved some thing. On my lab, they asked to filter all the router announced to internet on AS 12345 and 34567, also they asked to only allow 123.0.0.0 prefix. My question is, in EIGRP they ask to redistribute it into BGP and then on BGP section, you need to filter those prefix. How did you solve this, I had issues on this since I was filtering all prefixes coming in from BGP but the 123.0.0.0 (Including the default) needed in order to don't have the black hole on SW3 and SW4. Also, those devices where not reachable since I was filtering all routes going out of the AS.
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