Cisco 200-601 Exam With Real Questions And Answers – (Dec-2017 Dumps

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Version: 9.0
Question: 1

Refer to the exhibit.

L3SW1 has a spanning-tree priority of 8192 set on VLANs 1, 300, and 301, and these VLANs are configured on and trunked between all switches. Executing the command show spanning-tree blockedports on L2SW5 results in:
L2SW5# show spanning-tree blockedports
Name Blocked Interfaces List
——————– ————————————
VLAN0001 Gi1/1
VLAN0300 Gi1/1
VLAN0301 Gi1/1
An additional VLAN, VLAN302, is defined on all switches and trunked between them. VLAN302 access ports are set up on each of the switches and PLC#1, I/O#1, and the PanelView are attached. You expect the new VLAN to be listed as blocked on interface GigabitEthernet1/1 of L2SW5 but it is not. The three new devices are able to communicate with each other.
After executing the same command on all switches you see this output on L2SW4:
L2SW4# show spanning-tree blockedports
Name Blocked Interfaces List
——————– ————————————
VLAN0001 Gi1/2
VLAN0300 Gi1/2
VLAN0301 Gi1/2
Why is VLAN302 forwarding on L2SW5 interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 and L2SW4 interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 and 1/2?

A. VLAN302 is not configured in the VLAN database on L2SW5
B. VLAN302 is not in the allowed list on the L2SW5 interface GigabitEthernet1/1 trunk
C. L2SW4 is the spanning tree root for VLAN 302
D. The FO3 fiber-optic cable between L2SW4 and L2SW5 is damaged

Answer: C

Question: 2

Refer to the exhibit.

All of the vlans listed in the routing table below are trunked using 802.1q and are active on all switches. PLC1, PLC2, and PLC3 each has IP address and are connected to ports configured for vlan 50. L2SW1, L2SW2, and L2SW3 are not using vlan trunking for vlan 50.
L3SW1 has following routing table: is variably subnetted, 12 subnets, 2 masks
C is directly connected, Vlan307
C is directly connected, Vlan306
C is directly connected, Vlan398
C is directly connected, Vlan309
C is directly connected, Vlan308
C is directly connected, Vlan293
C is directly connected, Vlan399
C is directly connected, Vlan292
C is directly connected, Vlan295
C is directly connected, Vlan294
C is directly connected, Vlan291
C is directly connected, Vlan290
PLC1, PLC2, and PLC3 cannot be reconfigured. What can be done to be able to simultaneously communicate with PLC1, PLC2, and PLC3?

A. Enable NAT on L3SW1
B. Enable NAT on L2SW1 – L2SW3
C. Enable NAT on L2SW4
D. Add vlan 50 to L2SW4 and assign the administrator’s an IP address on network

Answer: B

Question: 3

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Refer to the exhbit. Which three elements would enable high availability and predictable performance for a motion control application spread across two switches (with video and I/O traffic)? (Choose three)

A. Configure QoS to give PTP traffic the highest priority
B. Fiber optic uplinks
C. Redundant uplinks
D. Configure QoS to give I/O traffic the highest priority
E. Copper uplinks
F. Interconnect the two switches

Answer: A, B, C

Question: 4

You have been tasked to design an Ethernet network capable of Motion control with cycle times not to exceed 1ms. In order to create a more deterministic network, what characteristic/s should you primarily focus on?
A: Lattency and Jitter
B: Redundancy and high availability
C: Explicit and Implicit messaging
D: This cycle time is not possible on an Ethernet network
E: Gigabit port speed
Answer: A

Question: 5
Refer to the exhibit.

CIP Implicit messages from I/O#1 are being marked IP DSCP 47 by the endpoint and this marking is trusted by L2SW4. L2SW4 is configured to map DSCP 47 to output queue 1 threshold 1. You have received feedback that some of these messages are not being received. Executing the show mls interface GigabitEthernet statistics command on L2SW4 results in:
L2SW4# show mls interface GigabitEthernet 1/1 statistics

output queues dropped:
queue: threshold1 threshold2 threshold3
queue 0 0 0 0
queue 1 309232345 450 0
queue 2 300 10 0
queue 3 91 0 0
Repeating this command results in the counters incrementing for queue 1 threshold 1. What are two options for reducing the packet loss on this interface while preserving the end-to-end DSCP marking? (Choose two)

A. Configure I/O#1 to mark this traffic with a different DSCP that is mapped to a less congested queue
B. Increase the buffer allocation for input queue 1
C. Increase the buffer allocation for output queue 1
D. Alter the service policy to police to a higher CIR
E. Change the egress queue map on L2SW4 to map this traffic to a less congested queue

Answer: C, E

Question: 6

It is common to use Resilient Ethernet Protocol (REP) on the manufacturing floor as a resiliency protocol, as opposed to the Enterprise where it is not generally deployed. What are two reasons why REP is more suitable for the plant floor? (Choose two)

A. REP is only supported on Industrial Ethernet switches, it is not supported on Catalyst switches.
B. REP converges faster than Spanning Tree, allowing for greater network availability.
C. REP supports Industrial Ethernet protocols better because it moves the packets faster.
D. Running dual cables from access switches to an aggregation switch can have a much higher cost on the plant floor than in the Enterprise and running a ring protocol like REP provides resiliency at a lower cost.
E. Industrial protocols can be negatively impacted by the number of nodes the Ethernet frame traverses, REP provides a topology with no more than 3 nodes for any data path.

Answer: B, D