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642-813 Q&A – Mix Practice Questions (86-90)

Section 6 – Mix Practice Questions

Which two statements best describe Cisco IOS IP SLA? (Choose two.)
A. only implemented between Cisco source and destination-capable devices
B. statistics provided by syslog, CLI, and SNMP
C. measures delay, jitter, packet loss, and voice quality
D. only monitors VoIP traffic flows
E. provides active monitoring
F. provides passive monitoring
Answer: CE

Refer to the exhibit. You have configured an interface to be an SVI for Layer 3 routing capabilities.
Assuming that all VLANs have been correctly configured and based on the configuration example shown, what can be determined?
A. Interface gigabitethernet0/2 will be excluded from Layer 2 switching and enabled for Layer 3 routing.
B. The command switchport autostate exclude should be entered in global configuration mode, not sub-interface mode, to enable a Layer 2 port to be configured for Layer 3 routing.
C. The configured port is excluded in the calculation of the status of the SVI.
D. The interface is missing IP configuration parameters; therefore, it will only function at Layer 2.
Answer: C

Which two statements correctly describe UDLD? (Choose two.)
A. Unidirectional link detection is achieved through monitoring STP BPDUs.
B. It is recommended that it be enabled globally rather than on an individual port.
C. It is recommended that it be used with the loop guard feature.
D. It is recommended that it be enabled in normal mode.
E. When an error is detected, normal mode will disable a port.
Answer: BC

Which option correctly identifies the Cisco IOS switching methods in descending order from the fastest method to the slowest method?
A. CEF, distributed CEF (dCEF), fast switching, process switching
B. distributed CEF (dCEF), CEF, fast switching, process switching
C. fast switching, process switching, distributed CEF (dCEF), CEF
D. process switching, fast switching, distributed CEF (dCEF), CEF
E. process switching, distributed CEF (dCEF), CEF, fast switching
F. process switching, CEF, distributed CEF (dCEF), fast switching
Answer: B

hostname Switch1
interface Vlan10
ip address
no ip redirects
standby 1 ip
standby 1 timers 1 5
standby 1 priority 130
hostname Switch2
interface Vlan10
ip address
no ip redirects
standby 1 ip
standby 1 timers 1 5
standby 1 priority 120
HSRP was implemented and configured on two switches while scheduled network maintenance was
After the two switches have finished rebooting, you notice via show commands that Switch2 is the HSRP active router. Which two items are most likely the cause of Switch1 not becoming the active router? (Choose two.)
A. premption is disabled
B. standby group number does not match VLAN number
C. IP addressing is incorrect
D. IP redirect is disabled
E. incorrect standby timers
F. booting delays
Answer: AF