Which statement about the VRRP configuration on R1 and R2 is true?

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Which statement about the VRRP configuration on R1 and R2 is true?
Currently, R1 is the VRRP master virtual router.
Which statement about the VRRP configuration on R1 and R2 is true?
A. Communication between VRRP members is encrypted using MD5.
B. R1 has a route to 10.10.1.1/32 in its routing table.
C. R2 does not have a route to 10.10.1.11/32 in its routing table.
D. R2 becomes master if R1 reboots or track in R1 does not fail.

Answer: B

Behavior of an access port when a tagged packet is received other than the access VLAN value.

Behavior of an access port when a tagged packet is received other than the access VLAN value.
A. Tag is removed and packet is forwarded of the VLAN mentioned in the tag.
B. tag is removed and packet is forwarded on the VLAN of the access port
C. Not Available
D. packet is dropped

Answer: D

Which action must be done to apply a new load balancing method?

A network engineer must set the load balance method on an existing port channel.
Which action must be done to apply a new load balancing method?
A. Configure the new load balancing method using port-channel load-balance.
B. Adjust the switch SDM back to "default".
C. Ensure that IP CEF is enabled globally to support all load balancing methods.
D. Upgrade the PFC to support the latest load balancing methods.

Answer: A

Based upon the output of show vlan on switch CAT2, what can we conclude about interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14?

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Based upon the output of show vlan on switch CAT2, what can we conclude about interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14?
Based upon the output of show vlan on switch CAT2, what can we conclude about interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14?
A. That interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 are in VLAN 1
B. That interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 are down
C. That interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 are trunk interfaces
D. That interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 have a domain mismatch with another switch
E. That interfaces Fa0/13 and Fa0/14 have a duplex mismatch with another switch

Answer: C

Why is the EtherChannel bundle not working?

After an EtherChannel is configured between two Cisco switches, interface port channel 1 is in the down/down state. Switch A is configured with channel-group 1 mode active, while Switch B is configured with channel-group 1 mode desirable.
Why is the EtherChannel bundle not working?
A. The switches are using mismatched EtherChannel negotiation modes.
B. The switch ports are not configured in trunking mode.
C. LACP priority must be configured on both switches.
D. The channel group identifier must be different for Switch A and Switch B.

Answer: A

What issue is causing Router R1 and R2 to both be displayed as the HSRP active router for group 2?

Your customer has asked you to come in and verify the operation of routers R1 and R2 which are configured to use HSRP. They have questions about how these two devices will perform in the event of a device failure.

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What issue is causing Router R1 and R2 to both be displayed as the HSRP active router for group 2?
What issue is causing Router R1 and R2 to both be displayed as the HSRP active router for group 2?
A. The HSRP group number mismatch
B. The HSRP group authentication is misconfigured
C. The HSRP Hello packets are blocked
D. The HSRP timers mismatch
E. The HSRP group priorities are different

Answer: B