CCNA 3 v6.0 (Scaling Networks v6) Chapter 1: LAN Design: Check Your Understanding Questions Answers
1. In the Cisco Enterprise Architecture, which two functional parts of the network are combined to form a collapsed core design? (Choose two.)
- Access layer
- Core layer
- Distribution layer
- Enterprise edge
- Provider edge
2. Which design feature limits the impact of a distribution switch failure in an enterprise network?
- The installation of redundant power supplies
- The purchase of enterprise equipment that is designed for large traffic volume
- The use of a collapsed core design
- The use of the building switch block approach
3. What are two benefits of extending access layer connectivity to users through a wireless medium? (Choose two.)
- Decreased number of critical points of failure
- Increased bandwidth availability
- Increased flexibility
- Increased network management options
- Reduced costs
4. As the network administrator, you have been asked to implement EtherChannel on the corporate network. What does this configuration consist of?
- Grouping multiple physical ports to increase bandwidth between two switches
- Grouping two devices to share a virtual IP address
- Providing redundant devices to allow traffic to flow in the event of device failure
- Providing redundant links that dynamically block or forward traffic
5. Which statement describes a characteristic of Cisco Meraki switches?
- They are campus LAN switches that perform the same functions as Cisco 2960 switches.
- They are cloud-managed access switches that enable virtual stacking of switches.
- They are service provider switches that aggregate traffic at the edge of the network.
- They promote infrastructure scalability, operational continuity, and transport flexibility.
6. What term is used to express the thickness or height of a switch?
- Domain size
- Module size
- Port density
- Rack unit
7. What are two functions of a router? (Choose two.)
- It connects multiple IP networks.
- It controls the flow of data through the use of Layer 2 addresses.
- It determines the best path for sending packets.
- It increases the size of the broadcast domain.
- It manages the VLAN database.
8. Which two requirements must always be met to use in-band management to configure a network device? (Choose two.)
- A direct connection to the console port
- A direct connection to the auxiliary port
- A terminal emulation client
- At least one network interface that is connected and operational
- Telnet, SSH, or HTTP access to the device
9. What are two ways to access a Cisco switch for out-of-band management? (Choose two.)
- A connection that uses HTTP
- A connection that uses the AUX port
- A connection that uses the console port
- A connection that uses SSH
- A connection that uses Telnet