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Wink CCNP Switch 300-115
Posted by: animal357 - 02-20-2020, 08:17 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

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Posted by: ciscoPB - 02-20-2020, 05:17 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

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  Duplex mismatch
Posted by: dhulfiqar - 02-19-2020, 10:56 PM - Forum: Answer this question - No Replies

QID : A356


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Posted by: marcyb - 02-19-2020, 02:39 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - No Replies

Ok Im confused.

SWITCH Test #01: Layer 2 Technologies - Part 1
28. (QID:SW805) Which two conditions must be met to establish a Layer 2 EtherChannel? (Choose

LAN ports in the EtherChannel must be contiguous.
All ports in the EtherChannel must be on the same module.
SPAN must be disabled on the ports.
All ports in the EtherChannel must operate in half duplex.
The trunking protocol must be the same for all links in the EtherChannel.

Correct Answer: 
SPAN must be disabled on the ports.
The trunking protocol must be the same for all links in the EtherChannel.

But over here in the Cisco site it says:
Source Ports
A source port (also called a monitored port) is a switched or routed port that you monitor for network traffic analysis. In a local SPAN session or RSPAN source session, you can monitor source ports or VLANs for traffic in one or both directions. The switch supports any number of source ports (up to the maximum number of available ports on the switch) and any number of source VLANs (up to the maximum number of VLANs supported). However, the switch supports a maximum of two sessions (local or RSPAN) with source ports or VLANs. You cannot mix ports and VLANs in a single session.
A source port has these characteristics:
It can be monitored in multiple SPAN sessions.
Each source port can be configured with a direction (ingress, egress, or both) to monitor.
It can be any port type (for example, EtherChannel, Gigabit Ethernet, and so forth).
For EtherChannel sources, you can monitor traffic for the entire EtherChannel or individually on a physical port as it participates in the port channel.
It can be an access port, trunk port, routed port, or voice VLAN port.
It cannot be a destination port.
Source ports can be in the same or different VLANs.

You can monitor multiple source ports in a single session.


So then why is the right answer that span must be disabled? it didn't specify if its a source or destination...

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  any advise
Posted by: dhulfiqar - 02-18-2020, 12:42 AM - Forum: Exam Experience - Replies (1)

my exam with in 2 days any last advice, please

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  LACP w/STP Lab
Posted by: dansally - 02-17-2020, 12:03 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - Replies (2)

I am taking my exam this week and still have a question about this lab.  On this site it has you create vlans 11-13 on switch B.  I do not understand why you need to create them.  Although I do see them on switch A, they are not mentioned anywhere in the problem description or in the topology, other than "switch A needs to be the root for vlans 11-13 and 21-23".  Am I missing something?  Should I create vlans 11-13 on switch B when completing this lab on the exam?  

Thank you very much in advance!

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  QID: S3 VTPv3 Sim
Posted by: dansally - 02-16-2020, 02:55 PM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - Replies (2)

Question 3 states:  [font="Arial",sans-serif]You are adding new VLANs: VLAN500 and VLAN600 to the topology in such way that you need to configure SW1 as primary root for VLAN 500 and secondary for VLAN 600 and SW2 as primary root for VLAN 600 and secondary for VLAN 500. Which configuration step is valid?[/font]

The correct answer listed is “[font="Arial",sans-serif]Configure VLAN 500 and VLAN 600 on SW1 only”.[/font]

[font="Arial",sans-serif]I can see that SW1 is the Primary VTP Server in the topology, but what I do not understand is how you can make SW1 the primary root for VLAN 500 and SW2 the primary root for VLAN 600, by only adding them on SW1. [/font]

Other resources state the VLANS 500&600 should be configured on SW1 and SW2.

[font="Arial",sans-serif]I am taking the exam this week and would really appreciate if someone can explain this to me.[/font]

[font="Arial",sans-serif][size=7]Thanks in advance![/font][/size]

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  QID: A1002 Correct answer, but misleading
Posted by: calexander3103 - 02-14-2020, 07:11 AM - Forum: General - Replies (1)

One of the correct answers is "In the TCP/IP reference model, PDU encapsulation occurs on the network layer." but in the TCP/IP model, there is no network layer; it should read "Internet layer" because as it is right now, that answer is incorrect.

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Posted by: marcyb - 02-11-2020, 06:10 AM - Forum: CCNP SWITCH 300-115 - Replies (2)

Where is it exactly in this exhibit that it shows that "PC1 and PC3 use the router R1 as their primary gateway"? I just dont see it. 

I thought: I thought because it "requires appropriate distribution of Virtual GW IP per Clients for optimal load-balancing (generally through DHCP)", that I wouldn't be able to discern  who their primary was because the DHCP config is not shown. 

So what am I missing?

Rl(config)# interface gigabitethernet 1/0/1

R1(config-if)# ip address
R1 (config-if)# vrrp 1 priority 150
R1(config-if)# vrrp 1 ip
R1(config-if)# vrrp 2 priority 120
R1 (config-if)# vrrp 2 ip
R1(config-if)# no shutdown

R2(config)# interface gigabitethernet 1/0/1
R2(config-if)# ip address
R2 (config-if)# vrrp 1 priority 120
R2(config-if)# vrrp 1 ip
R2(config-if)# vrrp 2 priority 150
R2 (config-if)# vrrp 2 ip
R2(config-if)# no shutdown

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