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Review Questions

The following review questions are taken from the current SWITCH curriculum. These review questions do not reflect the actual questions you will receive on the live certification exam. They are only meant to supplement your learning experience.

 

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评论 (23)
  • kalokchiu

    kalokchiu  说: 2010-12-29 19:35:16

    Can't believe to have such poor question in the offical website.

    And then please be responsibility instead of putting the statment to protest yourseif, Cisco. What a shame.

    "The following review questions are taken from the current SWITCH curriculum. These review questions do not reflect the actual questions you will receive on the live certification exam. They are only meant to supplement your learning experience."

  • Sey

    Sey  说: 2010-10-17 01:40:47

    "The core layer connect end users to the data center devices" does not imply that "data center devices PHYSICALY connect directly to the enterprise core layer switches".

    All it says is the core layer switches are between end users and the data center.

  • Moises Araujo

    Moises Araujo  说: 2010-10-17 01:00:54

    11. Which response best describes the relationship between the data center and the core layer?
    ???????? The data center devices physically connect directly to the enterprise core layer switches.
    ???????? The data center devices physically connect directly to the enterprise distribution layer switches.
    ???????? The data center devices physically connect to access switches.
    ???????? The data center devices connection model is different from the 3 Layer model used for the rest of the enterprise network.


    Is correct the answer C to this question? The Data Center devices, Servers and Storage Units are directly connected to the Core Layer (according to Campus Network Design from CCNP SWITCH 642-813 Quick Reference). "The core layer connect end users to the data center devices". So, The data center devices PHYSICALY connect directly to the enterprise core layer switches, answer A.

  • Thomas Larsen

    Thomas Larsen  说: 2010-10-06 00:49:03

    Cisco is a money machine! They do not want us to succeed the first time. Every question in the Cisco Learning Network is so poorly written. Really disappointing.

  • MCalero

    MCalero  说: 2010-10-01 07:04:46

    Cisco spends more time with trickery than actually asking real questions. Juniper is so much better than this!!!

  • kcbass

    kcbass  说: 2010-09-17 20:16:09

    Unfortunately, these questions aren't nearly as confusing as the ROUTE subject material.??? Almost every other page in the version 1.0 text requires an edit of one form or another.

  • David Diaz

    David Diaz  说: 2010-09-17 11:43:19

    What bothers me is that high profile online training sites take these same questions and copies the answers posted by cisco; then they throw it to us as well. This confuses the hell out of a lot of people;

    When we write the actual exam and the concept comes up, do we select the right answer or do we go with the wrong one approved by Cisco??

  • Brian

    Brian  说: 2010-09-17 11:33:13

    Cisco come on!? I would expect much better from you.? Who is reviewing these questions for accuracy before they are posted?

    Question/answers that need to be reviewed.

    #3, #12, and #13.

    These questions need revision for their accuracy.? Example, Question #3,

    3) which two statements are NOT true about SSIDs?? (choose two)

    a) SSIDs on client and AP must match
    b) SSIDs are not case sensitive
    c) A client can be configured without an SSID
    d) SSIDs on all APs must be identical

    The review says that "a" and "c" are correct.? These are correct if the question asked, "Which statements ARE true about SSIDs.? Therefore,? the answers that are NOT true are "b" and "d".? Answer "b" says that SSIDs are NOT case-sensitive.? This is false, SSIDs are case-sensitive.? Likewise, answer "d" states that all SSIDs on all APs must be identical.? This is false, I can have multiple APs each supporting multiple SSIDs and these do not have to be identical across the APs.? I can have AP1 use SSID-A and SSID-B for VLAN A and VLAN B, while AP2 uses SSID-X and SSID-Y for VLAN X and VLAN Y.

    Question #12 asks about Technical Goals.? However, the answers they say are correct are a combination of Technical Goals and Organizational Goals.? For example, Question #12,

    12) Which three are considered to be technical goals?? (choose three)

    a) improve security
    b) simplify network management
    c) increase competitiveness
    d) improve reliability
    e) increase revenue
    f) improve customer support

    Answer "a", "b", and "d" are technical goals, while answers "c", "e" and "f" are all organizational goals.? The quiz says that answers "b", "c", and "e" are correct.

    Question #13 is very similar, but confuses Technical Constraints and Organizational Constraints.? The "available budget" is NOT a Technical Constraint, but an Organizational Constraint.

    Regards,

    Brian

  • Lars Arvidsson

    Lars Arvidsson  说: 2010-09-16 03:39:12

    You are definitely right about that. In fact the SWITCH course material also claim that the SSID must match (chapter 9, page 13).

  • David Diaz

    David Diaz  说: 2010-09-16 03:30:14

    Please someone explain this to me:

    3. Which two statements are not true about SSIDs? (Choose two.)
    ???????? SSIDs on client and AP must match.
    ???????? SSIDs are not case-sensitive.
    ???????? A client can be configured without an SSID.
    ???????? SSIDs on all APs must be identical.

    Since when can I connect to an SSID that doesn't match an AP?

  • sldennisiii

    sldennisiii  说: 2010-08-21 06:47:51

    IP SLA is in the TSHOOT book.? Thanks for the insight.? I guess you can't study for 1 test at at time.

  • meocoomber

    meocoomber  说: 2010-08-05 16:30:18

    Todd: Sorry to hear about you failing your SWITCH exam but if you read the chapter on wireless LAN you should have come across LWAPP & CAPWAP (Page 347 of the Official Certification Guide) . SONA (Service Oriented Network Architecture) is part of the Network Design can be found on page 9 of the Quick Reference.

  • Todd

    Todd  说: 2010-08-05 08:33:00

    I just took the SWITCH exam and failed. The test asked about IP SLA, LWAPP vs CAPWAP, and SONA... none of which are in the Official Cisco Press Study Guide. I have the Study Guide, the Cert Kit, the Quick Reference. All pretty much cover about 70% of the actual test. Not very fair.

  • taylormf1

    taylormf1  说: 2010-07-10 03:22:08

    I really wish someone from Cisco would look a these threads from time to time. This is a real problem.

    Cisco... Hellooooo, Calling Cisco...is anyone out there.

    You need to repsond to your horribly designed tests and practice exams!!!!

    Isn't there a Cisco moderator on here or something??

    Mike CCNA

  • j0CCNA

    j0CCNA  说: 2010-06-21 17:47:27

    This is B.S these questions have absolutely nothing to do with the SWITCH official guide. For example, there are NO...READ it NO...references to SONA in CCNP Switch official cert guide. I'd be very upset to see it on the test. Also, the questions on VoiP sucked because there definitely wasn't that level of detail in the book.

    Cisco: If your going to have a test that has nothing to do with the "Official Certification Guide" then please stop selling the "Official Certification Guide"

    Epic epic fail

  • jdcampbell1978

    jdcampbell1978  说: 2010-06-18 06:35:15

    10. In which situation can you combine the distribution and core layers?
    ???????? small network with less than 200 nodes, where there is no real need for a distinct core layer
    ???????? multifloor or multibuilding campus where adding a core layer would add too much additional delay
    ???????? standard campus where the flat 80/20 model is preferred over the Enterprise Campus Architecture
    ???????? standard campus where too many distinct applications exist for the 3 Layer model to be possible

    How does adding a core layer add additional delay?? I had this question on a test and can't see how this would be teh answer?

  • andu

    andu  说: 2010-06-08 16:59:19

    when did increasing revenue become a techincal objective? Come on Cisco!

  • meocoomber

    meocoomber  说: 2010-05-31 08:07:52

    Its rather unfortunately that such poorly constructed practice material is posted on Cisco website. The only place we look for authentic materials.

  • Lars Arvidsson

    Lars Arvidsson  说: 2010-05-24 14:50:38

    The references I have seen list the three layers of Cisco SONA as: Network infrastructure layer, Interactive services layer & Application layer.

    As for the real test I would not trust the answers to the review questions, but what I think is correct (see Brad's comment).

  • Keebo

    Keebo  说: 2010-05-20 09:34:34

    Answer to Question number 8 does not match material in the new Switch Official Course Volume 1 page 1-4.? Three layers of SONA are listed both in the slide and supporting documentation as: Application, Interactive Services, and Networked Infrastructure.? So which is it?? Application or Integrated Applications??

  • kcbass

    kcbass  说: 2010-05-17 21:30:56

    Lars, good info to know, but which way would cisco want us to answer on a test?? Would they want the correct answer, or would they want the incorrect answer that they've told us is correct?

  • Brad S

    Brad S  说: 2010-04-28 22:40:26

    Don't get discouraged by this poorly constructed test. It asks questions that are not in the SWITCH certification guide BUT are in the BCMSN guides.

  • Lars Arvidsson

    Lars Arvidsson  说: 2010-04-15 20:09:02

    The answers to the questions concerning technical goals and constraints are wrong. I took these examples from the DESGN course:

    Organizational goals:

    • Increse competitiveness
    • Reduce costs
    • Improve customer support
    • Add new services

    Organizational constraints:

    • Budget
    • Personnel
    • Policy
    • Scheduling / Time

    Technical goals:

    • Responsiveness and throughput
    • Availability
    • Manageability
    • Security
    • Adaptability
    • Scalability

    Technical constraints:

    • Existing wiring
    • Bandwidth availability
    • Application compatibility

    Lars Arvidsson, CCSI 99464