Which QoS Profile is selected in the GUI when configuring a voice over WLAN deployment?

A. Platinum B. Bronze C. Gold D. Silver Answer: Option A. Explanation:  Section: Network Access Cisco Unified Wireless Network solution WLANs support four levels of QoS: Platinum/Voice, Gold/Video, Silver/Best Effort (default), and Bronze/Background. Reference: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/wireless/controller/7-4/configuration/guides/consolidated/b_cg74_CONSOLIDATED/b_cg74_CONSOLIDATED_chapter_01010111.html Show AnswerDiscussion The post Which QoS Profile is selected in the GUI when configuring a voice over WLAN deployment? appeared first on Majanto.

Which switch in this configuration will be elected as the root bridge?

Refer to the exhibit. Which switch in this configuration will be elected as the root bridge? SW1: 0C:E0:38:41:86:07 SW2: 0C:0E:15:22:05:97 SW3: 0C:0E:15:1A:3C:9D SW4: 0C:E0:18:A1:B3:19 A. SW1 B. SW2 C. SW3 D. SW4 Answer: Option C. Explanation:  No answer description available for this question. Show AnswerDiscussion The post Which switch in this configuration will be elected as the root… Read More »

An engineer needs to configure LLDP to send the port description time length value (TLV). Which command sequence must be implemented?

A. switch(config-if)#lldp port-description B. switch#lldp port-description C. switch(config-line)#lldp port-description D. switch(config)#lldp port-description Answer: Option D. Explanation:  No answer description available for this question. Show AnswerDiscussion The post An engineer needs to configure LLDP to send the port description time length value (TLV). Which command sequence must be implemented? appeared first on Majanto.

Based on the LACP neighbor status, in which mode is the SW1 port channel configured?

Refer to the exhibit. Based on the LACP neighbor status, in which mode is the SW1 port channel configured? A. mode on B. active C. passive D. auto Answer: Option B. Explanation:  Section: Network Access From the neighbor status, we notice the “Flags” are SP. “P” here means the neighbor is in Passive mode. In order to create… Read More »

Which configuration ensures that the switch is always the root for VLAN 750?

A. Switch(config)#spanning-tree vlan 750 priority 38418607 B. Switch(config)#spanning-tree vlan 750 priority 0 C. Switch(config)#spanning-tree vlan 750 root primary D. Switch(config)#spanning-tree vlan 750 priority 614440 Answer: Option C. Explanation:  No answer description available for this question. Show AnswerDiscussion The post Which configuration ensures that the switch is always the root for VLAN 750? appeared first on Majanto.

After the switch configuration, the ping test fails between PC A and PC B. Based on the output for switch 1, which error must be corrected?

Refer to the exhibit. After the switch configuration, the ping test fails between PC A and PC B. Based on the output for switch 1, which error must be corrected? A. The PCs are in the incorrect VLAN. B. All VLANs are not enabled on the trunk. C. Access mode is configured on the switch ports. D. There… Read More »

Which mode must be used to configure EtherChannel between two switches without using a negotiation protocol?

A. active B. on C. auto D. desirable Answer: Option B. Explanation:  Section: Network Access The Static Persistence (or “on” mode) bundles the links unconditionally and no negotiation protocol is used. In this mode, neither PAgP nor LACP packets are sent or received. Show AnswerDiscussion The post Which mode must be used to configure EtherChannel between two switches… Read More »

Which password must an engineer use to enter the enable mode?

Refer to the exhibit. Which password must an engineer use to enter the enable mode? A. adminadmin123 B. cisco123 C. default D. testing1234 Answer: Option D. Explanation:  If neither the enable password command nor the enable secret command is configured, and if there is a line password configured for the console, the console line password serves as the… Read More »

Which mode allows access points to be managed by Cisco Wireless LAN Controllers?

A. bridge B. lightweight C. mobility express D. autonomous Answer: Option B. Explanation:  Section: Network Access A Lightweight Access Point (LAP) is an AP that is designed to be connected to a wireless LAN (WLAN) controller (WLC). APs are “lightweight,” which means that they cannot act independently of a wireless LAN controller (WLC). The WLC manages the AP… Read More »