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HSRP Questions 3

November 15th, 2018 in SWITCH 300-115 Go to comments

Question 1


The last two-digit hex value in the MAC address presents the HSRP group number.

Question 2


Answer A and B are correct because they are the functions of HSRP. I just want to mention about answer D. In fact answer D is not totally correct, in SWITCH only GLBP has the load-balancing feature. HSRP can only load-sharing by configuring some different HSRP groups. But answer D is the only choice left in this question so we have to choose it.

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Question 10

  1. Marcus
    December 10th, 2017

    What about Q2 and answer C? CCNP Official Cert Guide says: “The routers exchange HSRP hello messages at regular intervals so that they can remain aware of each other’s existence and that of the active router.” Besides, we can see an example of packets exchange in Q9 of “HSRP Questions”. Therefore, all routers can assume current state of each other. So, I guess, answer C may be correct instead answer D.

  2. CCNP
    February 14th, 2018

    @Certprepare please share the link for questions. I would also like to bring into your knowledge that some questions and exhibits are missing but they are explained on certprepare. com

  3. CCNP
    February 14th, 2018

    @Certprepare please share latest link for the questions.

  4. 1WAY
    February 16th, 2018

    Q6. Would be good to have an explanation here as ‘A’ doesn’t seem to fit in with ‘B’ and ‘C’ to my way of thinking.

  5. CISCO need to fix its shit
    March 30th, 2018

    CISCO really need to fix there questions
    Question 5
    it clearly said in the RFC the State


    The router knows the virtual IP address, but is neither the active
    router nor the standby router. It listens for Hello messages from
    those routers.

    4. Speak

    The router sends periodic Hello messages and is actively
    participating in the election of the active and/or standby router.
    A router cannot enter Speak state unless it has the virtual IP

    there is no correct answer ,,,,,so we chose Listen

  6. nivk
    April 15th, 2018

    • HSRP is designed for use over multiaccess, multicast, or broadcast capable Ethernet LANs. HSRP is not intended as a replacement for existing dynamic protocols.

  7. Zero
    April 15th, 2018

    HSRP is configurable on Ethernet, FDDI, BVI, LANE, or Token Ring interfaces. Token Ring
    interfaces allow up to three Hot Standby groups each, the group numbers being 0, 1, and 2.

  8. Anonymous
    August 15th, 2018

    Q.2 D surely is correct simply because we can play with HSRP groups (mHRSP) to provide the load balancing, by configuring a set of half of hosts with default gateway Virtual IP of a groupe and the other half if hosts default gateway which is the virtual IP of the other group

  9. Anonymous
    August 15th, 2018

    Q.8 D is correct because there is preemption enabled and the delay is 5 seconds.

  10. kazi
    January 24th, 2019

    Any body can help me the valid dump to kaziDOTshabbirDOTahmedATgmailDOTcom as I will sit for exam this week.Thanks in advance

  11. lurchi
    February 27th, 2019

    You’re too dumb to find the dump

  12. HSRP Standby
    March 11th, 2019

    I think the question maybe a little bit miss worded but I think the answer B is correct. if it applies to the following:

    “In order to minimize network traffic, only the active and the standby routers send periodic HSRP messages after the protocol has completed the election process. Additional routers in the HSRP group remain in the Listen state. If the active router fails, the standby router takes over as the active router. If the standby router fails or becomes the active router, another router is elected as the standby router.”


  13. Mrxy
    June 23rd, 2019

    arent there informations missiing about the routers ? like Priority or preempt ?

  14. Anonymous
    July 21st, 2019

    Q.8, HSRP preempt is not enabled by default, a device can not become active if preempt is not explicitly configured.
    I would go for B, because preempt is enabled on the local device

  15. pharaoh
    July 21st, 2019

    Q8, I test out on Packet Tracer, D is true. The answer should be C D.

  16. Q8
    July 28th, 2019

    This seems right…

    B. If the local device fails to receive a hello from the active router for more than 5 seconds, it can become the active router.

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