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  1. Passed last Thursday. Dump is still valid. Thanks everyone who contributed. Pieces of advice for newcomers: - You're here to cheat, but don't be that cheap. Before you ask, if you want to find the dump, go back pages on this thread. it's there. - Not all the answers are correct in neither the passwritten or mk_151. So again go back pages reading this thread. Corrected answers are in those posts.
  2. thanks a lot for this. good to know as mine is tomorrow ;-)
  3. No the answer is A. Have a look at the configuration table here: [Hidden Content] BGP by default sends packets to external neighbours with a TTL of 1 and accepts packets from external neighbours with a TTL of 0 or higher (as measured after the local router has decremented the TTL of the incoming packet). The TTL-Security changes the default behavior of originating by having BGP originate packets with a TTL of 255. BGP Messages acceptance criteria in case TTL-Security is configured: TTL of the IP Packet should be greater than or equal to 255 – (Hop Count Configured) The example configuration sets the hops to 2 meaning expected incoming TTL value to at least 253, which is 255 minus the TTL value of 2, and this is the minimum TTL value expected from the BGP peer. The local router will accept the peering session from the neighbor only if it is 1 or 2 hops away. also: [Hidden Content]
  4. In which two modes do IPv6-in-IPv4 tunnels operate? (Choose two.) A. tunnel mode B. transport mode C. 6to4 mode D. 4to6 mode E. ISATAP mode Answer: A&B or C&E. One pdf says A&B other C&E. Tunnel/transport basically more relevant to encrypting the payload or header+payload. not specific to IPv6. C&E basically are correct but they are not modes and not only 2 options. they are basically types. "IPv6-in-IPv4" is not basically a type. It is a general term of encapsulating ipv6 in ipv4. Here is a comparison of mechanisms: [Hidden Content] In this case I'd say two modes are configured or auto tunnels. but hey....
  5. yes it should be B-Wide. here [Hidden Content] and here [Hidden Content]
  6. you could have stated your opinion ;-) that doc says "For Type-3 LSAs, the Link-State ID is the IP address of the subnet that is being advertised" So I'm correct.
  7. Correct. Q #25. Answer should be A. Configure the primary route with both the next hop IP address and the egress interface.
  8. QUESTION NO. 18 Which three pieces of information are carried on OSPF type 3 LSAs? (Choose three) A. metric B. authentication type C. forwarding address D. IP subnet E. external route tag F. subnet mask Answer: A, C, F ---------------------------- Shouldn't the answer be A, D, F
  9. QUESTION NO. 9 Refer to the exhibit. Which two effects will this gitignore file have on Git operations? (Choose two) A. Ignore the env file B. Ignore Python compiled files C. Ignore the env directory D. Ignore Python source code files Answer: A, B --------------------------------- since exhibit shows: $ cat .gitignore .gitignore *.py[co] env/ shouldn't the correct answer be B & C ?
  10. that post is swiftly deleted from the forums... is there a PDF of that somewhere? I doubt it.
  11. I doubt it. Usually those with over 200 questions are collection of all old questions. Valid ones are usually 100-120q and bang on (almost) all show up. Having said that, studying and understanding all the past 1000 questions is a very good idea and it teaches you a lot.
  12. does anyone know if 400-101_Sep2019.pdf MirzaHamed is still valid or not?
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