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QUESTION 11
You have configured an MPLS LSP but it will not establish because of a failed CSPF computation. What are two reasons for this happening? (Choose two.)

A.    An indirect loose hop is specified in the ERO.
B.    BFD has been enabled for the IGP on the LSRs.
C.    Ingress and egress routers are in different OSPF areas.
D.    The path for the LSP does not have enough bandwidth available.

Answer: CD

QUESTION 12
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Referring to the exhibit, which three statements are correct? (Choose three.)

A.    There is an area type mismatch on interface ge-1/1/2.102.
B.    There is an area number mismatch on interface ge-1/1/2.102.
C.    There is an area number mismatch on interface ge-1/1/2.101.
D.    There is an area type mismatch on interface ge-1/1/2.101.
E.    There is a subnet mismatch on interface ge-1/1/2.100.

Answer: ACE

QUESTION 13
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You have been asked to troubleshoot why an OSPF session will not establish.
Referring to the exhibit, what is the problem?

A.    The OSPF hold-time configuration is set too low.
B.    The OSPF authentication type is incorrectly configured.
C.    The OSPF authentication key is incorrectly configured.
D.    The OSPF dead-interval configuration is set too low.

Answer: B

QUESTION 14
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ISIS Trace options :
May 21 20:58:25.3 ERROR: interface ae1.12 MTU 1200 is too small
Interface configuration :
[email protected]# show interfaces ae1.12
vlan-id 12;
family inet {
address 10.1.1.1/24;
}
family iso {
mtu 1200;
}
An IS-IS adjacency does not come up between two directly connected routers.
Referring to the exhibit, what would cause this problem?

A.    The neighboring router has a larger MTU configured.
B.    The MTU configured on the interface is less than the IS-IS minimum MTU requirement.
C.    MTU has been configured for family iso instead of family inet.
D.    The MTU configured on the interface is higher than the maximum MTU supported by IS-IS.

Answer: B

QUESTION 15
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Referring to the exhibit, routers r1 and r2 are connected to each other by interfaces ge-5/3/0 and ge-5/3/1, respectively. They do not become OSPF neighbors.
What would you do to make them neighbors without changing their interface types?

A.    Modify the hello interval and MTU of the loopback interfaces in either r1 or r2 so that they match.
B.    Set the OSPF hello interval for interface ge-5/3/1.0 to 30.
C.    Set the OSPF hello interval for interface ge-5/3/0.0 to 30.
D.    Modify the OSPF interface type of router r2’s loopback to p2p.

Answer: B

QUESTION 16
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[email protected]> show route 100.1.1.0
inet.0: 17 destinations, 19 routes (16 active, 0 holddown, 0 hidden)
+ = Active Route, – = Last Active, * = Both
100.1.1.0/24 *[BGP/170] 00:08:51, localpref 100
AS path: 65000 I
to 17.3.1.4 via xe-5/2/0.0
> to 17.1.1.1 via xe-5/2/1.0
[BGP/170] 00:08:51, localpref 100
AS path: 65000 I
> to 17.3.1.4 via xe-5/2/0.0
Referring to the exhibit, which configuration was used to load-balance traffic across xe-5/2/0 and xe-5/2/1 interfaces?

A.    set protocols bgp group CUST multipath
B.    set protocols bgp group CUST advertise-inactive
C.    set protocols bgp group CUST metric-out igp
D.    set protocols bgp group CUST multihop

Answer: A

QUESTION 17
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You have been asked to establish an IPv6 EBGP peering between R1 and a customer’s router. You have an existing IPv4 EBGP peering to this device. After adding the IPv6 neighbor configuration to the existing EBGP group configuration, the IPv4 neighborship is down and will not establish.
Referring to the exhibit, what should you do to resolve this problem?

A.    Move the inet6 unicast statement to the global BGP hierarchy.
B.    Enable the inet unicast NLRI for this neighbor.
C.    Change the order of the neighbor configurations so IPv6 is first.
D.    Change the inet6 NLRI configuration to use any instead of unicast.

Answer: B

QUESTION 18
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[email protected]# show protocols mpls
userel-switched-path LSP-1 {
from 101.101.101.1;
to 103.103.103.1;
}
userel-switched-path LSP-2 {
from 101.101.101.1;
to 103.103.103.1;
}
interface ge-0/0/0.0;
[email protected]# show protocols ldp
interface lo0.0;
[email protected]# show protocols l2circuit
neighbor 103.103.103.1 {
interface ge-0/0/3.300 {
virtual-circuit-id 300;
}
}
[email protected]# show interfaces ge-0/0/3
flexible-vlan-tagging;
encapsulation flexible-ethernet-services;
unit 300 {
encapsulation vlan-ccc;
vlan-id 300;
}
[email protected]# show protocols l2circuit
neighbor 103.103.103.1 {
interface ge-0/0/3.300 {
virtual-circuit-id 300;
community test-community;
}
}
[email protected]# show policy-options
community test-community members 300:300;
Given the topology shown below:
CE1-PE1-P-PE2-CE2
PE1 and PE2 have two equal-cost RSVP LSPs (LSP-1 and LSP-2). They form a Layer 2 circuit between CE1 and CE2. You are asked to map their traffic to take LSP-1. The exhibit shows the current configuration of PE1. The correct configuration has been completed on the other routers.
Which two configurations must be added to PE1 to ensure that this traffic is always carried on LSP-1? (Choose two.)

A.    forwarding-table {
import mapping-l2ckt-to-lsp;
}
[email protected]# show routing-options
B.    forwarding-table {
export mapping-l2ckt-to-lsp;
}
[email protected]# show policy-options
C.    policy-statement mapping-l2ckt-to-lsp {
term 1 {
from community test-community;
then {
install-nexthop lsp LSP-1;
}
}
}
[email protected]# show policy-options
D.    policy-statement mapping-l2ckt-to-lsp {
term 1 {
from community test-community;
then {
accept;
}
}
}
[email protected]# show routing-options

Answer: BC

QUESTION 19
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Referring to the exhibit, router r1 has hidden routes in table inet6.0.
Which statement is true?

A.    Router r1 is not receiving any IPv6 routes from its peer.
B.    ipv6-tunneling must be configured under the [edit protocols mpls] hierarchy.
C.    An IPv4-compatible IPv6 address has not been configured on the loopback interface.
D.    An IPv4-compatible IPv6 address has not been configured on ge-5/3/0.

Answer: D

QUESTION 20
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Your company (AS 65501) is bringing up a new EBGP peering with a new customer site (AS 65530). Your EBGP peering was preconfigured and the customer has recently configured their side. The EBGP peering session has failed to establish and you have been asked to review the information shown in the exhibit to determine the problem.
Which two statements are correct? (Choose two.)

A.    You can resolve this problem by changing your internal autonomous system number used for
this EBGP peering.
B.    The peering is not working because the customer misconfigured your autonomous system number
for this peering session.
C.    You can resolve this problem by changing the autonomous system number configured locally for
the peer device.
D.    The peering is not working because the customer’s autonomous system number does not match
what you have configured.

Answer: CD

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