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November 14th, 2019 in SWITCH 300-115 Go to comments

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  1. SAZA
    March 24th, 2018

    where is the questions ???? please update the question file at SWITCH FAQs & Tips page

  2. Anonymous
    March 25th, 2018

    Question 3
    I think
    “Create VLAN for RSPAN session (destination)” is for the source switch.
    “Create VLAN for RSPAN session (source)” is for the destination switch.

    Because source switch sends to RSPAN and destination switch receives from RSPAN.

  3. Pablo
    April 11th, 2018

    Yes I think that should be so.

  4. Anonymous
    May 7th, 2018

    I think so

  5. Nichu
    May 7th, 2018

    i think so

  6. lucky CCNP
    May 29th, 2018

    where are the questions people ?

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  8. nataliya
    June 25th, 2018

    am I the only one who do not understand at all what is asked?

  9. patzen
    June 28th, 2018

    yes Q1 seems a bit confusing

  10. Q5
    July 26th, 2018

    I think I get it now, E is correct.

    If you use sticky command on its own it will convert all previously learned/configured mac addresses on a port into sticky and it’s not only one address so without additional steps sticky feature will allow to have as many mac addresses as port can handle.

    Cisco asks how to make the switch to learn and COMMIT the first address, meaning no more then one address is allowed on the port.

  11. Aqeel
    August 1st, 2018

    Hi ,

    how can I check questions here ? I see only answers and descriptions of that .

    anybody help with the latest dumps for ccnp switching . thanks

  12. Anonymous
    August 11th, 2018

    how can I check questions here ? I see only answers

  13. helpful sometimes
    August 14th, 2018

    See the link on the right column—> SWITCH FAQs & Tips

    8. Why don’t I see any questions and answers on certprepare.com? I only see the explanation…

    Because of copyrighted issues, we had to remove all the questions and answers. You can download a PDF file to see the questions at this link https://www.certprepare.com/switch-questions-and-answers

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    August 17th, 2018



    just passed –got lucky guessing on new questions

  15. AJ
    October 14th, 2018

    Has anyone passed lately? Can anybody remember new questions and drag and drops that haven’t been shared in this forum?

    I’ve been reading there were new drag and drops like;
    – HSRP vs VRRP
    – AVG, AVF, Gateway Priority (or something like that)

  16. JDM
    October 24th, 2018

    Morning Guys, Just recertified my P with the Switching exam and IPHelper Dump is still valid.

    Got 856 out of 1000

  17. Rose
    December 3rd, 2018

    Can anyone please tell me where can I get the dump from IPHelper?

  18. Slow
    January 23rd, 2019

    RSPAN Question 1 (true/False). The answer states that “Only supports STP” is true and “Supports only VTP” are both true. Is this correct???

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    June 6th, 2019

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  20. Anonymous
    June 30th, 2019

    For Q3,
    Create VLAN for RSPAN session (destination)
    Does it mean “On the destination switch, create VLAN for RSPAN session”?

  21. Natasha
    July 31st, 2019

    Guys question…i’ve done LACP LAB on PKT but when i try to ping using default ip from 1 switch to another or to router, nothing works. Is there anything im doing wrong? on real exam how should i verify ? plss answer..thanks x

  22. Abdullah
    September 14th, 2019

    A source port has these characteristics:

    It can be monitored in multiple SPAN sessions.
    Each source port can be configured with a direction (ingress, egress, or both) to monitor.
    It can be any port type (for example, EtherChannel, Gigabit Ethernet, and so forth).
    For EtherChannel sources, you can monitor traffic for the entire EtherChannel or individually on a physical port as it participates in the port channel.

    It can be an access port, trunk port, routed port, or voice VLAN port.

    It cannot be a destination port.
    Source ports can be in the same or different VLANs.
    You can monitor multiple source ports in a single session.


  23. Abdullah
    September 14th, 2019

    RSPAN Guidelines and Restrictions
    These are RSPAN guidelines and restrictions:
    • All participating switches must be connected by Layer 2 trunks.
    • Any network device that supports RSPAN VLANs can be an RSPAN intermediate device.
    • Networks impose no limit on the number of RSPAN VLANs that the networks carry.
    • Intermediate network devices might impose limits on the number of RSPAN VLANs that they can
    • You must configure the RSPAN VLANs in all source, intermediate, and destination network devices.
    If enabled, the VLAN Trunking Protocol (VTP) can propagate configuration of VLANs numbered
    1 through 1024 as RSPAN VLANs. You must manually configure VLANs numbered higher than
    1024 as RSPAN VLANs on all source, intermediate, and destination network devices.
    • If you enable VTP and VTP pruning, RSPAN traffic is pruned in the trunks to prevent the unwanted
    flooding of RSPAN traffic across the network.
    • RSPAN VLANs can be used only for RSPAN traffic.
    • Do not configure a VLAN used to carry management traffic as an RSPAN VLAN.
    • Do not assign access ports to RSPAN VLANs. RSPAN puts access ports in an RSPAN VLAN into
    the suspended state.
    • Do not configure any ports in an RSPAN VLAN except trunk ports selected to carry RSPAN traffic.
    • MAC address learning is disabled in the RSPAN VLAN.
    • You can use output access control lists (ACLs) on the RSPAN VLAN in the RSPAN source switch
    to filter the traffic sent to an RSPAN destination.
    • RSPAN does not support BPDU monitoring.
    • Do not configure RSPAN VLANs as sources in VSPAN sessions.
    • You can configure any VLAN as an RSPAN VLAN as long as all participating network devices
    support configuration of RSPAN VLANs and you use the same RSPAN VLAN for each RSPAN
    session in all participating network devices.

  24. Anonymous
    October 4th, 2019

    https://www.cisco.com › lan › swspan
    Web results
    Configuring SPAN and RSPAN – Cisco

  25. Burìk
    November 6th, 2019


    Wrong. The steps are as follows:

    Source switch:
    + Create VLAN for RSPAN session (source)
    + monitor session 1 source (interface or vlan) direction rx or tx or both
    + monitor session 1 destination remote vlan

    Destination switch:
    + Create VLAN for RSPAN session (destination)
    + monitor session 1 source remote vlan
    + monitor session 1 destination (interface or vlan)

    From CCNP Routing and Switching SWITCH 300-115 Official Cert Guide:

    Switch(config)# vlan 99
    Switch(config-vlan)# remote-span
    Switch(config-vlan)# exit
    Switch(config)# monitor session 1 source interface gigabitethernet 1/0/1 both
    Switch(config)# monitor session 1 destination remote vlan 99

    Switch(config)# vlan 99
    Switch(config-vlan)# remote-span
    Switch(config-vlan)# exit
    Switch(config)# monitor session 1 source remote vlan 99
    Switch(config)# monitor session 1 destination interface gigabitethernet 1/0/48

    You just have to remember that you first define the RSPAN VLAN on both switches, then you pick a source interface [or vlan] on the source switch, you join the two RSPAN sessions and you pick a destination interface on the destination switch.

  26. Anonymous
    December 4th, 2019

    Did anyone take the text recently ?

  27. NextHop
    December 9th, 2019

    @certprepare or someone else, Please confirm or explain this,

    Question 3
    I think
    “Create VLAN for RSPAN session (destination)” is for the source switch.
    “Create VLAN for RSPAN session (source)” is for the destination switch.

    Because source switch sends to RSPAN and destination switch receives from RSPAN.

  28. Zisla
    January 4th, 2020

    Q1 i was also confuse but yes it’s true..!!
    STP can run on RSPAN VLAN trunks but not on SPAN destination ports.

  29. Zisla
    January 4th, 2020

    Q3 if i’m not wrong, when we are configuring destination switch there is no option option to select “vlan” as RSPAN destination.. :)

    Switch(config)#monitor session 1 destination ?
    interface SPAN destination interface
    remote SPAN destination Remote

  30. rayista
    January 10th, 2020

    Q3 i think that you have to do the same operation in both source and destination switches.

    Therefore, “Create VLAN for RSPAN session (source)” refers to command in source switch and “Create VLAN for RSPAN session (destination)” is the command in destination switch

  31. rayista
    January 10th, 2020


    I’m not sure that answers about STP and VTP are correct.

    However, the false questions I think that in the false answers there is no doubt:

    + RSPAN was Layer 3 (L3) traffic to carry the traffic -> It must be L2
    + The source can only be an access port -> It must be trunk port
    + Range 1 – 2045 is allowed -> The RSPAN VLAN cannot be VLAN 1 (the default VLAN) or VLAN IDs 1002 through 1005 (reserved for Token Ring and FDDI VLANs).


  32. rayista
    January 11th, 2020

    In UNL Lab:

    Switch(config)#vlan 1
    %Command is only allowed on VLAN 2..1001, 1006..4094.

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