Drag and Drop Questions 2
Here you will find answers to Drag and Drop Questions – Part 2
Drag the choices on the left to the boxes on the right that should be included when creating a VLAN-based implementation plan. Not all choices will be used.
+ reference to design documents
+ roll back guidelines
+ detailed implementation plans
+ time required to perform the implementation
(In this question we don’t need to sort in the correct order)
An implementation plan requires:
+ A description of the task
+ References to design documents
+ Detailed implementation guidelines
+ Detailed rollback guidelines in case of failure
+ The estimated time required for implementation
You have a VLAN implementation that requires inter-vlan routing using layer 3 switches. Drag the steps on the left that should be part of the verification plan to the spaces on the right. Not all choices will be used.
+ Verify that there is inter-switch connectivity
+ Verify that the data and voice VLANs are NOT assigned a trunk’s native VLAN
+ Verify that the needed Switch Virtual interfaces have been created
+ Verify that the proper ports are assigned to the VLAN
Match the SNMP versions and associated features
+ get next request
+ unsolicited alert msg
+ informed request
+ incremental 64 bit of new data
+ user name
+ security level
Categorize the high availability network resource or feature with the management level, network level, or system level used.
+ IP SLA responder
+ Dual Power Supplies
Match the HSRP states on the left with the correct definition on the right.
+ Initial: State from which the router begin the HSRP process
+ Standby: A candidate to become the next active router
+ Learn: The router is still waiting to hear from the active router
+ Active: The router is currently forwarding packets
+ Listen: Listens for hello messages from the active and standby router
+ Speak: Participates in the election for the active or standby router
Sort the syslog priority from highest to lowest
The syslog levels and descriptions are listed below:
|0||Emergency||system is unusable (such as an imminent system crash)|
|1||Alert||action must be taken immediately (such as a corrupted system database)|
|2||Critical||Critical conditions (such as a hardware error)|
|5||Notice||normal but significant condition. It is not an error, but possibly should be handled in a special way|
Match the Attributes on the left with the types of VLAN designs on right.
+ As a user moves through a campus, the VLAN membership of the user remains the same, regardless of the physical switch this user attaches to.
+ Users are grouped into each VLAN regardless of the physical locations.
+ Create with Physical boundaries in mind rather then the departments or organization of the users on the devices.
+ VLANs on one switch are not advertised to all other switches in the network, nor do they need to be created in the VLAN database of any other switch.
You have been tasked with planning a VLAN solution that will connect a seiver in one buliding to several hosts in another building. The solution should be built using the local vlan model and layer 3 switching at the distribution layer. Identify the questions related to this vlan solution that would ask the network administrator before you start the planning by dragging them into the target zone one the right. Not all questions will be used.
+ Is there inter-switch connectivity?
+ What routing protocol will be used?
+ What VLANs are available on each switch?
+ What switch ports are available in each building?
+ What IP addresses are available on each subnet?
+ 20/80 rule
+ leverages on stp
+ leverages on routing
+ locally significant
+ 80/20 rule
+ leverages on vtp
+ leverages on switching
+ globally significant