This page was exported from Braindump2go Exam Dumps with PDF and VCE(New Version!) [ http://www.certspass.com ] Export date:Thu Apr 25 7:54:29 2019 / +0000 GMT ___________________________________________________ Title: [2017 NEWS]352-001 Exam PDF and VCE Free Download in Braindump2go[41-50] --------------------------------------------------- 2017/June New Cisco 352-001 Exam Dumps with PDF and VCE Updated in www.Braindump2go.com  Today for Free Download!100% Real Exam Questions! 100% Exam Pass Guaranteed! 1.|2017 New 352-001 Exam Dumps (PDF & VCE) 499Q&As Download:http://www.braindump2go.com/352-001.html 2.|2017 New 352-001 Exam Questions & Answers Download:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B75b5xYLjSSNSUNBNi1aYkpfOTQ?usp=sharing QUESTION 41Refer to the exhibit. You are developing a migration plan to enable IPv6 in your IPv4 network. Starting at R3 and assuming default IS-IS operations, what is likely to happen when you enable IPv6 routing on the link from R3 to R2? A.    Only R3 and R2 have IPv4 and IPv6 reachability.B.    R2 receives an IPv6 default route from R3.C.    Loopback reachability between all routers for IPv4 is lost.D.    All routers except R2 are reachable through IPv4.E.    R3 advertises the link from R3-R2 to R1, R4 and R5 only. Answer: C QUESTION 42Refer to the exhibit. Will traffic sourced from router A and destined for a host on network 10.1.1.0/24 always take the optimal path to that host? A.    No, if router A chooses to forward traffic destined to a host on the 10.1.1.0/24 network to router B, it will take a less than optimal path to reach its destination.B.    Yes, router A has enough information to always direct traffic to router C when forwarding traffic to a host on the 10.1.1.0/24 network.C.    Yes, router B will forward the traffic towards 10.1.1.0/24 correctly, if router A chooses that path.D.    It doesn't matter which path to a host on 10.1.1.0/24 router A chooses, through router B or router C, since they are equal in cost.E.    It depends on the routing protocol. Answer: A QUESTION 43Your design plan includes mutual redistribution of two OSPF networks at multiple locations, with connectivity to all locations in both networks. How is this accomplished without creating routing loops? A.    Use route maps on the ASBRs to allow only internal routes to be redistributed.B.    Use route maps on the ASBRs to allow internal and external routes to be redistributed.C.    Use route maps on the ASBRs to set tags for redistributed routes.D.    Use route maps on the ASBRs to filter routes with tags so they are not redistributed. Answer: D QUESTION 44Which statement accurately describes how PIM sparse mode operates? A.    RPs can become bottlenecks, since multicast traffic must always flow through the RP and down the shared tree to get to the receivers.B.    RPs switch each traffic flow to the shortest path tree when more than one receiver is present.C.    If an RP fails and there is no backup RP, new sources that begin sending will not be discovered by the other PIM routers in the network.D.    If an RP fails and there is no backup RP, multicast traffic will cease flowing in the network. Answer: C QUESTION 45Why might you want to synchronize IGP and BGP convergence by advertising an infinite metric in OSPF or setting the overload bit in IS-IS? A.    to prevent traffic loss when the path from a router to a BGP next hop traverses another router that has not yet learned the path via BGPB.    to prevent BGP from converging faster than IGP, which can cause temporary routing loops in the networkC.    to prevent routes which are learned both from IGP and BGP from forming a routing loopD.    to prevent churning between multiple available routes reachable through IGP and BGP Answer: A QUESTION 46Refer to the exhibit. All of these network devices are running IPv6. When host A is attached to this link, how will it discover the presence of routers B and C? A.    Routers B and C will respond to an ICMP get route request sent by host A.B.    Routers B and C will detect the addition of the new host the first time it transmits any packets, and will send an ICMP router discovery reply to host A.C.    Host A will discover routers B and C through the neighbor discovery process.D.    Routers B and C send out periodic gratuitous ARPv6 messages to alert newly attached hosts to their presence. Answer: C QUESTION 47What is the function of the Community String field defined in a trap PDU? A.    enable the routing of messagesB.    allow authentication by management stationC.    enable reliable delivery of messagesD.    isolate the PDU within a defined region of the network Answer: B QUESTION 48When designing a network, which two security features should be added to the design to protect hosts from potential IPv6 neighbor discovery denial of service attacks at the access layer? (Choose two.) A.    SENDB.    RA GuardC.    IKEv2D.    IPsecE.    DMVPNv6 Answer: AB QUESTION 49You are the lead network designer for an enterprise company called ABC, and you are leading design discussions regarding IPv6 implementation into their existing network. A question is raised regarding older Layer 2 switches that exist in the network, and if any changes are required to these Layer 2 switches for successful IPv6 implementation. Which two responses should you give? (Choose two.) A.    IPv6 is transparent on Layer 2 switches, so there is no need to make any changes to the Layer 2 switches.B.    If IPv6 anycast deployment is planned, then make sure that Layer 2 switches support ICMPv6 snooping at Layer 2 switches.C.    If IPv6 anycast deployment is planned, then make sure that Layer 2 switches support DHCPv6 snooping at Layer 2 switches.D.    If IPv6 multicast deployment is planned, then make sure that Layer 2 switches support MLD snooping at Layer 2 switches.E.    If IPv6 anycast deployment is planned, then make sure that Layer 2 switches support ND snooping at Layer 2 switches. Answer: AD QUESTION 50Your organization is working on a design solution for a new Internet-based remote access virtual private network that has 1000 remote sites. A network administrator recommends GETVPN as the model because the network of today uses DMVPN, which results in a lot of background NHRP control traffic. What is a potential problem with using GETVPN for this design solution? A.    GETVPN would require a high level of background traffic to maintain its IPsec SAs.B.    GETVPN is not scalable to a large number of remote sites.C.    GETVPN and DMVPN will not interoperate.D.    GETVPN key servers would be on public, hacker-reachable space and need higher security. 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