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between servers distributed across the data center
A company experienced a denial of service attack when an infected employee device connected to the network. Which secret devices and prevents them from accessing the network?
Data security solution
Network Based Anomaly Detection (NBAD)
Endpoint integrity solution
Which data center characteristics should specifically make the architect consider switches that support Shortest Path Bridging (SPB) or Transparent Interconnection of Lots of Links (TRILL)?
The customer requires redundancy and resiliency for the two data center routing switches
The customer requires high-speed routing between front-end servers and database servers in different subnets
The virtualized data center supports several thousand virtual machines (VMs) with a two-tier networking infrastructure topology
The data center requires many redundant links and must scale the tens of
thousands of virtual (VMs)
Refer to the exhibit.
The branch routers have E1 lines into the Frame Relay Service provider network. The exhibit shows just one branch, but the network actually has 30 branches. The HP 6600 Series routers, which are the area border routers (ABRs), have E2 lines into the Frame Relay network. The routers in the exhibit Open Shortest Path First (OSPF). The enable OSPF on network follows:
✑ In area 2, OSPF is enabled on network 10.2.0.0/16
✑ In area 0, OSPF is enabled on network 10.0.0.0/16
The customer requires resilience at the WAN core. Which design change best supports that requirement?
Add additional links from the HP 6600 Series routers to the WAN
On each branch router, add a floating static route to one of the ABRs in case the OSPF solution fails
Add a Gigabit link between the HP 6600 Series router with a network in area 0 and
At each branch, add a redundant link between the switch and the router
Refer to the exhibit.
The exhibit is a plan for Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) areas. What should the network architect do to improve the OSPF network design?
Add a redundant link in area 0 between each branch router and the data center core Intelligent Resilient Framework (IRF)
Change area 1 and area 2 to not so stubby areas (NSSAs) or normal areas
Move the boundary between area 1 and area 0 to Router 1 make the same change to area 2
Implement routing on the 5930 switches. Make Switch 10 an area border router
(ABR) between area 0 and a new area
What is the preferred time for completing racking and labeling of equipment for a new implementation?
After the scheduled outage has begun and initial tests have indicated success
Before the scheduled outage
At any time between the beginning of the scheduled outage and the point of no return
At the beginning of the scheduled outage
A company recently experienced a data breach when an unauthorized user accessed the network. Which questions should the network architect ask to identify an affective access solution to prevent unauthorized access in the future? (Select two)
Do users have legacy device that do not support 802.1X?
Does the company have the resources required to train users on remediation services?
Does the company’s firewall support access control lists (ACL)?
Does the company have an existing RADIUS server?
Do users devices support Secure Shell (SSH)?
Refer to the exhibit.
The exhibit shows a proposed design for a data center network infrastructure. The exhibit shows two racks for simplicity. The data center will actually include more racks. The customer has these key requirements:
✑ The customer can scale any application and easily install new hardware that supports that application
✑ The network supports vMotion for live migration of virtual machine (VMs)
How should the network architect change the proposed design to meet the customer requirements?
Replace the rack servers with blade enclosures
Add more links between the servers and the access layer
Remove routing from the access layer and extend VLANs to multiple racks
Add a distribution layer between the access layer and the core
A network architect is planning a backplane stack with four HP 3800 switches. Which topology provides the highest level of redundancy?
A hospital CIO tells the network architect that the current network solution is not performing well. The hospital has access layer switches that support 4810/100/1000 Mbps ports and one Gigabit uplink. The hospital is seeking an upgrade to provide better performance and redundancy. The CIO cannot provide network architect more detailed information about traffic patterns and utilization but does not want the network architect to install intelligent Management Center (IMC) and analyze the traffic.
✑ The CIO does indicate that these applications are important:
✑ Voice over IP (VoIP)
✑ Scheduling and billing application
✑ Patient data logging
✑ Medical imaging
The network architect needs to plan an appropriate oversubscription ratio for access layer uplinks. What is one piece of information that the architect should collect for this task?
How much bandwidth the medical imaging applications require
Whether the VoIP traffic must be forwarded at layer 2 or whether it can be routed
Whether the billing applications and patient data require encryption
Which 802.1p value the VoIP applications use to mark their traffic
A network architect is planning a complete access layer and core upgrade for customer’s campus LAN. The campus has four large buildings, each requiring between 1000 and 3000 edge ports. Which factor will play a primary role in
determining whether the network architect needs to plan a two-tier or three-tier topology for the campus LAN?
The number of fiber links between each building and the building where the core switches reside
Whether the customer requires a wireless solution
The high number of edge ports that the solution requires
Whether the customer can afford core switches that support intelligent Resilient Framework (IRF)