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642-813 Q&A – Mix Practice Questions (126-130)

Section 6 – Mix Practice Questions

QUESTION NO: 126
Which of the following are functions that are often provided by an ITSP but are not typically provided by the PSTN? (Select 2 choices.)
A. QoS
B. call setup and teardown
C. call routing
D. call supervision
E. audio signal compression
Answer: AE

QUESTION NO: 127
Which two components should be part of a security implementation plan? (Choose two.)
A. detailed list of personnel assigned to each task within the plan
B. a Layer 2 spanning tree design topology
C. rollback guidelines
D. placing all unused access ports in VLAN 1 to proactively manage port security
E. enabling SNMP access to Cisco Discovery Protocol data for logging and forensic analysis
Answer: BC

QUESTION NO: 128
What is true of standard access control lists when applied to an interface to control inbound or outbound traffic?
A. The best match of the ACL entries will be used for granularity of control.
B. They use source IP information for matching operations.
C. They use source and destination IP information for matching operations.
D. They use source IP information along with protocol-type information for finer granularity of control.
Answer: B

QUESTION NO: 129
Which statement is correct about RSTP port roles?
A. The designated port is the switch port on every nonroot bridge that is the chosen path to the root bridge. There can be only one designated port on every switch. The designated port assumes the forwarding state in a stable active topology. All switches connected to a given segment listen to all BPDUs and determine the switch that will be the root switch for a particular segment.
B. The disabled port is an additional switch port on the designated switch with a redundant link to the segment for which the switch is designated. A disabled port has a higher port ID than the disabled port on the designated switch. The disabled port assumes the discarding state in a stable active topology.
C. The backup port is a switch port that offers an alternate path toward the root bridge. The backup port assumes a discarding state in a stable, active topology. The backup port will be present on nondesignated switches and will make a transition to a designated port if the current designated path fails.
D. The root port is the switch port on every nonroot bridge that is the chosen path to the root bridge. There can be only one root port on every switch. The root port assumes the forwarding state in a stable active topology.
Answer: D

QUESTION NO: 130
Which two DTP modes will permit trunking between directly connected switches? (Choose two.)
A. dynamic desirable (VTP domain A) to dynamic desirable (VTP domain A)
B. dynamic desirable (VTP domain A) to dynamic desirable (VTP domain B)
C. dynamic auto (VTP domain A) to dynamic auto (VTP domain A)
D. dynamic auto (VTP domain A) to dynamic auto (VTP domain B)
E. dynamic auto (VTP domain A) to nonegotiate (VTP domain A)
F. nonegotiate (VTP domain A) to nonegotiate (VTP domain B)
Answer: AF

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