2013 Latest Cisco Designing for Cisco Internetwork Solutions Exam DESGN

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A manufacturing company has decided to add a website to enhance sales. The web servers in the E-Commerce module must be accessible without compromising network security. Which two design recommendations can be made to meet these requirements? (Choose two.)
A. Move the E-Commerce servers to the WAN module.
B. Use intrusion detection on the E-Commerce server farm.
C. Limit the number of incoming connections to the E-Commerce module.
D. Use private and public key encryption.
E. Place E-Commerce servers and application servers on isolated LANs (DMZs).
Correct Answer: BE
Section: Design Explanation

QUESTION 67
After a period of rapid growth, FloCzar Boats is seeking better network management tools.
Managers have developed this needs list:

Move from static to dynamic device information.
Gain information to assist in long-term trend analysis.
Concentrate on Layer 4 monitoring.

Which management protocol will most help FloCzar achieve its goals?

A. RMON2
B. SNMP
C. NetFlow
D. RMON
E. Cisco Discovery Protocol
Correct Answer: A
Section: Management – Operations Explanation
RMON2
RMON1 is focused on the data link and physical layers of the OSI model. As shown in Figure 15-4, RMON2 provides an extension for monitoring upper-layer protocols.
Figure. RMON1 and RMON2 Compared to the OSI Model
Defined by RFC 2021, RMON2 extends the RMON group with the MIB groups listed in the following Table
Table. RMON2 Groups

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QUESTION 68
At which stage in the PPDIOO process would you analyze a customer’s network in order to discover opportunities for network improvement?
A. Operate
B. Implement
C. Plan
D. Design
E. Prepare
F. Design Assessment
Correct Answer: D
Section: PPDIOO Explanation
Design
Design Services help you create a flexible, resilient, scalable architectural foundation to support your business solutions by developing designs for your IT and network infrastructure, applications, operations processes, and network management. They enable you to:
Improve your network infrastructure performance, security, and scalability
Accelerate adoption of new technologies and improve return on investment
Reduce expensive and time-consuming redesign
Strengthen the proficiency of your deployment team and operations team
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I think “Plan” is the correct answer though:
Plan Phase The Plan phase identifies the network requirements based on goals, facilities, and user needs. This phase characterizes sites and assesses the network, performs a gap analysis against best-practice architectures, and looks at the operational environment. A project plan is developed to manage the tasks, responsible parties, milestones, and resources to do the design and implementation. The project plan aligns with the scope, cost, and resource parameters established with the original business requirements. This project plan is followed (and updated) during all phases of the cycle.
Original answer was “Design”
Design Phase
The network design is developed based on the technical and business requirements obtained from the previous phases. The network design specification is a comprehensive detailed design that meets current business and technical requirements. It provides high availability, reliability, security, scalability, and performance. The design includes network diagrams and an equipment list. The project plan is updated with more granular information for implementation. After the Design phase is approved, the Implement phase begins..
(Reference. http://www.ciscozine.com/2009/01/29/the-ppdioo-network-lifecycle/)
Design phase:
Developing a detailed design is essential to reducing risk, delays, and the total cost of network deployments. A design aligned with business goals and technical requirements can improve network performance while supporting high availability, reliability, security, and scalability.
(Reference: http://www.ciscozine.com/2009/01/29/the-ppdioo-network-lifecycle/)

QUESTION 69
A very large organization has received its IPv6 address range from its Internet Service Provider and intends to use only IPv6 addresses internally. Employees will access the Internet using port address translation. What is a requirement for their DNS servers?
A. There are no changes required to their DNS servers.
B. Their DNS servers need to support only IPv6 addresses.
C. Their DNS servers need to support only IPv4 addresses.
D. They need additional DNS servers in their network just for IPv6 addresses.
E. They no longer need DNS servers.
F. Their DNS servers need to support both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
Correct Answer: F
Section: IP addressing Explanation

QUESTION 70
Which two statements represent advantages that the top-down network design process has over the bottom-up network design process? (Choose two.)
A. utilizes previous experience
B. identifies appropriate technologies first
C. is able to provide the big picture
D. takes less time to design a network
E. provides a design for current and future development
Correct Answer: CE
Section: Design Explanation
By incorporating the organizations requirements, the top-down network design process provide the big picture that meets current and future requirements.

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