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  1. Which two descriptions of the Cisco 7000 RISE Technology are true? (Choose two.) A. RISE enables remote inspection of control plane traffic to address security concerns. B. RISE can provide ADC offload freeing resources in the ADC. C. RISE enables remote inspection of data plane traffic to address security concerns D. RISE enables a physical appliance to appear as a service module in the Cisco Nexis 7000 chassis E. RISE can be utilized to provide management capabilities for non-Cisco routers. Correct Answer: B, D [Hidden Content]
  2. Question: When adding an ASAv to the APIC, the user notices a fault raised on the device . Which cause of this fault is the most likely? I think the answer should be B: The incorrect username and password was used And not answer D. What do you think?
  3. @Best: Can you please upload your dump? I am scheduled for the exam next week. Thx
  4. Hi Omar, Would you be so kind and post the dump again as it is not available anymore. Thanks a lot
  5. I this dump enough to pass the VCP6-DC exam (not the delta exam)? Thx.
  6. aci

    Valid 2V0-621 Dump

    I am scheduled to take the exam soon. Still looking for a valid dump.
  7. Hi, I am looking for a valid VCP6-DCV (2V0-621) dump. Thank you.
  8. For NTP and syslog: clock protocol ntp vdc 3 ntp server logging server This should be enough (without source IF). Right?
  9. You are right. The problem is that no one really knows. I personally don't think the short acl with permit ip any any at the end will get the 4 points. People pass using it. Yes but that doesn't confirm that the short acl is correct. And those ones who failed report low scores in the Nexus section using e.g. the CB solution that we think is correct. So I am suspecting that the short acl is a reason to loose points and 4 points for such an easy version just doesn't make sense. So the question is how specific should we with the protocols like EIGRP etc. One additional option is that we just allow the protocols going from any to any: ACL (medium): ----------------- permit ip any permit tcp any eq telnet permit tcp any eq www permit tcp any eq 443 permit tcp any eq telnet permit tcp any eq www permit tcp any eq 443 permit eigrp any any permit pim any any permit gre any any permit udp any any eq ntp permit udp any any range 3784 3785 deny ip any any
  10. Is this statement really required (except for our own ping test purposes): permit icmp ? Is the BFD statement no missing: permit udp any any range 3784 3785 ?
  11. The fact that N7K3 and 4 are already root in your lab environment does not automatically mean this will also be the case in the exam environment. Root is elected based on: 1. Highest root priority (default =64): 1-255 2. Highest system ID (system ID=backplane MAC) 3. Highest switch ID In my environment e.g. are the N5Ks roots for ftag 1 and 2 if I leave the root priority to the default value: DC2-NK7-3(config-if)# sh fabricpath isis topology summary FabricPath IS-IS Topology Summary Fabricpath IS-IS domain: default MT-0 Configured interfaces: Ethernet3/21 Ethernet3/22 Ethernet3/23 Ethernet3/24 Max number of trees: 2 Number of trees supported: 2 Tree id: 1, ftag: 1, root system: 002a.6a4d.393c, 60 Tree id: 2, ftag: 2, root system: 002a.6a4d.3001, 50
  12. There is only one path for switch id 50 and one path for 60 in the table.
  13. I don't have lab access right now but this is the output of N7K-3 (without emulated switch id 70) that I captured in my last session : DC2-N7K-3(config-if)# sh fabricpath route FabricPath Unicast Route Table 'a/b/c' denotes ftag/switch-id/subswitch-id '[x/y]' denotes [admin distance/metric] ftag 0 is local ftag subswitch-id 0 is default subswitch-id FabricPath Unicast Route Table for Topology-Default 0/30/0, number of next-hops: 0 via ---- , [60/0], 0 day/s 00:34:22, local 1/40/0, number of next-hops: 2 via Eth3/21, [115/80], 0 day/s 00:08:46, isis_fabricpath-default via Eth3/23, [115/80], 0 day/s 00:14:54, isis_fabricpath-default 1/50/0, number of next-hops: 1 via Eth3/21, [115/40], 0 day/s 00:20:20, isis_fabricpath-default 1/60/0, number of next-hops: 1 via Eth3/23, [115/40], 0 day/s 00:19:40, isis_fabricpath-default
  14. The reason we change the cost on the N5Ks is to make sure the RPF check for multidestination traffic coming from the N7Ks succeeds. I am saying that task asks for ECMP from N7Ks using both N5Ks. And because it does not ask for traffic destined to specific switch IDs, you could interpret it as a generic statement for all destination traffic. But we are not meeting the requirement for traffic to switch ID 50 and 60, only for switch ID 30, 40 and 70.
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