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Briefing 200-125: CCNA Routing and Switching (update December 08th, 2017)

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What can be the problem?

You have discovered that Router 8 on your network is not receiving updates from Router 10. Router10 has an
IP address of 201.56.41.9. All routers run RIP. Since you are new and not completely familiar with the topology
of the network, you execute the debug ip rip command on Router 8 and receive the results shown below:
Router8# debug ip rip
*Mar 1 07:35:12.070: RIP: sending v2 update to 201.56.41.9 via Serial0/0 (201.56.41.88)
*Mar 1 07:35:12.074: RIP: build update entries
*Mar 1 07:35:19.638: RIP: ignored v2 packet from 201.56.41.9 (invalid authentication)
What can be the problem? (Choose all that apply.)

What part(s) of this submission are incorrect?

You are considering a candidate for a job as a Cisco network technician. As part of the assessment process,
you ask the candidate to write down the commands required to configure a serial interface, in the proper order
with the correct command prompts. The candidate submits the set of commands shown below (line numbers
are for reference only):
1 Router# configure terminal
2 Router(config)# interface S0
3 Router(config)# ip address 192.168.5.5
4 Router(config-if)# enable interface
5 Router(config-if)# description T1 to Raleigh
What part(s) of this submission are incorrect? (Choose all that apply.)

Which switches should you designate as the root bridges?

You are the switch administrator for InterConn. The network is physically wired as shown in the diagram. You
are planning the configuration of STP. The majority of network traffic runs between the hosts and servers within
each VLAN.

You would like to designate the root bridges for VLANS 10 and 20. Which switches should you designate as the
root bridges?

Which Cisco switch feature should you use to achieve th…

You are a network administrator for your organization. Your organization has two Virtual LANs (VLANs) named
Marketing and Production. All switches in the network have both VLANs configured on them. Switches A, C, F,
and G have user machines connected for both VLANs, while switches B, D, and E have user machines
connected for the Production VLAN only. (Click the Exhibit(s) button to view the network diagram.)

To reduce broadcast traffic on the network, you want to ensure that broadcasts from the Marketing VLAN are
flooded only to those switches that have Marketing VLAN users.
Which Cisco switch feature should you use to achieve the objective?


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