2013 Latest ADVDESIGN CCDE 352-001 exam 91-95


Which filter type will you use for all nontransit networks running BGP with multiple, peering, autonomous systems?
A. an IGP filter to prevent internal routes from being transmitted to outside autonomous systems
B. a BGP route count filter to prevent the nontransit network routing tables from becoming overwhelmed
C. a BGP filter to prevent locally originated routes from being transmitted to both peering autonomous systems
D. a BGP filter to prevent routes learned from one peer from being readvertised to the other peer
Correct Answer: D

Users at the Charleville Company began experiencing high network delays when Internet connectivity was enabled for all users. After investigating the traffic flow, you determine that peer-to-peer traffic from a music download site is consuming a large amount
of bandwidth. Which QoS mechanism can you implement to improve the network response time?
A. Use CBWFQ to queue the peer-to-peer traffic into the default traffic class.
B. Use class-based WRED to randomly drop the peer-to-peer traffic during network congestions. C. Use class-based policing to limit the peer-to-peer traffic rate.
D. Use class-based shaping to delay any excessive peer-to-peer traffic.
Correct Answer: C

When designing, why would a network architect use active performance monitoring instead of passive performance monitoring?
A. for performance verification (independent of application servers and users) B. to collect history and event statistics (specific to network devices)
C. to decrease router CPU utilization on end systems (both user and server) D. to maintain accurate network statistics (independent of end systems)
Correct Answer: A

During periods of congestion, which two impacts are of traffic shaping on traffic flows? (Choose two.)
A. increased delay
B. fewer packets dropped
C. less bandwidth consumption
D. more packets dropped
Correct Answer: AB

Which two options are true about the impact flooding domain boundaries have when built in OSPF? (Choose two.)
A. They increase convergence time by adding the time required to run two full Shortest Path First computations on the area
border routers.
B. They decrease convergence time by automatically summarizing reachability information transmitted
through the network,
thereby decreasing the number of routes that must be installed in each router’s routing table.
C. They decrease convergence time by reducing the complexity and size of the shortest path trees in the individual areas.
D. They isolate network failures within a domain.
Correct Answer: CD

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