CCNA 4 R&S: Connecting Networks Chapter 1 v5.02 + v5.03 Exam Answers 2016


CCNA 4 R&S: Connecting Networks Chapter 1 v5.02 + v5.03 Exam Answers 2016

1
What are two structured engineering principles necessary for successful implementation of a network design? (Choose two.)

modularity*
security
availability
quality of service
resiliency*

2
What is an important first consideration when starting to design a network?

size of the network*
access security
protocols to be used
type of applications

3
Which layer of the Cisco Collaboration Architecture contains unified communications and conference software such as Cisco WebEx Meetings, WebEx Social, Cisco Jabber, and TelePresence?

service provider edge
enterprise WAN
applications and devices*
services module

4
In which layer of the hierarchical enterprise LAN design model would PoE for VoIP phones and access points be considered?

core
physical
data link
access*
distribution

5
Which network module is the fundamental component of a campus design?

access-distribution module*
services module
data center
enterprise edge

6
In a hierarchical network design, which layers may be combined into a collapsed core for smaller networks?

core, distribution, and access
distribution and access
core and access
core and distribution*

7


Refer to the exhibit. Which type of ISP connectivity to the service provider edge is being used by company A?

dual-homed
dual-multihomed
single-homed
multihomed*

8
What is one advantage to designing networks in building block fashion for large companies?

mobility
redundancy
increased network access time
failure isolation*

9
A network engineer wants to redesign the wireless network and make use of wireless network controllers that manage the many deployed wireless access points. In which network design module of the campus network architecture would the centralized wireless network controllers be found?

services*
access-distribution
enterprise edge
data center

10
Which two devices would commonly be found at the access layer of the hierarchical enterprise LAN design model? (Choose two.)

Layer 3 device
firewall
access point*
Layer 2 switch*
modular switch

11
Which approach in networking allows for network changes, upgrades, or the introduction of new services in a controlled and staged fashion?

modular*
network module
borderless
static

12


Refer to the exhibit. Which type of Cisco hierarchical LAN design model is used at school site 1?

7 layer
two-tier collapsed core*
three-tier
3 layer

13
Which three network architectures have been introduced by Cisco to address the emerging technology challenges created by the evolving business models? (Choose three.)

Cisco Collaboration*
Cisco Data Center*
Cisco Borderless*
Cisco Enterprise Edge
Cisco Enterprise Campus
Cisco Enterprise Branch

14
Which Cisco technology allows diverse network devices to connect securely, reliably, and seamlessly to enterprise network resources?

Cisco AnyConnect*
enterprise edge
building distribution
service provider edge

15
The network design for a college with users at five sites is being developed. Where in the campus network architecture would servers used by all users be located?

services
enterprise edge
data center*
access-distribution

16
What is creating a new challenge for IT departments by changing the border of the enterprise network?

tablets*
company-owned desktops
energy costs
access layer switching

17
Which network architecture functions through a combination of technologies that include wired, wireless, security, and more?

Cisco Borderless*
Cisco Enterprise Campus
Cisco Enterprise Edge
Cisco Enterprise Branch

18
Which network architecture combines individual components to provide a comprehensive solution allowing people to cooperate and contribute to the production of something?

Cisco Enterprise Campus Architecture
Cisco Enterprise Branch Architecture
Cisco Borderless Network Architecture
Cisco Collaboration Architecture*

19
Fill in the blank.
Reducing the complexity of network design by dividing a network into smaller
areas is an example of a ” hierarchical ” network model.​

 

20. Match the layer to the corresponding device. (Not all options are used.)


Place the options in the following order:

– not scored –
core -> high-speed switches
access -> Layer 2 switches
distribution  -> Layer 3 switches

21. Match the submodule to the correct Cisco Enterprise Architecture module. (Not all options are used.)


Place the options in the following order:

Cisco Enterprise Campus

[+] campus core
[+] building distribution
[+] data center

Cisco Enterprise Edge

[#] VPN and remote access
[#] DMZ
[#] e-commerce

22. Fill in the blank. Use the abbreviation.
Under the Cisco Enterprise Edge module, the submodule that provides remote access including authentication and IPS appliances is the ” VPN ” and remote access submodule.

23. What are two of the top trends that affect network architecture design? (Choose two.)

Internet security

internal security attacks

speed of Internet connectivity

cloud computing*

BYOD*

24. Why would a company want network engineers to adhere to structured engineering principles when designing networks?

The resiliency of a network depends on being able to modify portions of the network, add services, or increase network capacity without adding new hardware devices.

The network is not expected to remain available under abnormal conditions such as extreme traffic loads or denial-of-service events.

The network can be easily designed because of the separation of the various functions that exist on a network into modules.*

A hierarchical network model is a useful high-level tool for designing a reliable network infrastructure, although it increases the complexity of network design.

25. Refer to the exhibit.

Which Cisco Enterprise Architecture module is shown?

campus infrastructure
enterprise campus*
enterprise edge
remote
service provider edge

26. What feature is more important at the core layer than at any other hierarchical network design layer?

easy access of end devices
aggregation of network links
QoS classification and marking
data security
packet switching speed*

27. Which product corresponds to a layer of the Cisco Collaboration Architecture?

Mobility with Cisco Motion
Cisco Unified Management Solutions
Network and Computer Infrastructure*
Unified Fabric Solutions

 


Comments

  • Seth
    Reply

    where are the other chapters?

  • Cisco1
    Reply

    Gracias. 100%

  • Guest
    Reply

    21. Access at Layer 2 Switches
    Core at High-Speed Switches
    Distribution at Layer 3 Switches

    100%

  • ConstantinePerris
    Reply

    i love you

  • John
    Reply

    Q1: Why would a company want network engineers to adhere to structured engineering principles when designing networks?
    A1: The network can be easily designed because of the separation of the various functions that exist on a network into modules.

    Q2: Refer to the exhibit. Which Cisco Enterprise Architecture module is shown?
    A2: enterprise campus

    Q3: What feature is more important at the core layer than at any other hierarchical network design layer?
    A3: packet switching speed

    Q4: What are two of the top trends that affect network architecture design? (Choose two.)
    A4: cloud computing; BYOD

    Q5: Which product corresponds to a layer of the Cisco Collaboration Architecture?
    A5: Network and Computer Infrastructure

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