Alcatel-Lucent Scalable IP Networks v7.0

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Which compact flash on a Control/Switch processor of an Alcatel-Lucent 7750 router stores the runtime image and running configuration?

  • A. CF 1
  • B. CF 2
  • C. CF 3
  • D. Both A and B


Answer : C

One of the tasks of the boot options file (BOF) is to:

  • A. Specify authorization information to control access to the router.
  • B. Define an IP address for the CPM Ethernet port.
  • C. Initialize the hardware.
  • D. Set the date/time for the system.


Answer : B

Which of the following user interface sessions are accessible through Telnet and Secure
Shell (SSH) on the Alcatel-Lucent 7750 SR and 7450 ESS?

  • A. Graphic User Interface (GUI).
  • B. Node Management Terminal Interface (NMTI).
  • C. Command Line Interface (CLI).
  • D. All of the above.


Answer : C

You are working from a particular Command Line Interface (CLI) context, and want to see the commands available from your current context. What command can you issue to view this information?

  • A. view tree
  • B. tree
  • C. info detail
  • D. info


Answer : B

What is available for auto completion of commands within the CLI on the Alcatel-Lucent
7750 SR Service Router?

  • A. Type the first letters of the command, then press Ctrl C
  • B. Type the first letters of the command, then press Esc
  • C. Type the first letters of the command, then press Tab
  • D. Type the first letters of the command, then type?


Answer : C

Which of the following is a File command in the File System context of the Command Line
Interface (CLI)?

  • A. time-display
  • B. help
  • C. type
  • D. terminal


Answer : C

What must occur for a LAG to become operational?

  • A. There must be multiple ports assigned to the LAG.
  • B. All ports in the LAG must be configured with the same characteristics.
  • C. Auto-negotiation must be enabled on all ports in the LAG.
  • D. All of the above.


Answer : B

If a 4-port LAG is configured with the option of 'port-threshold 2' and 'action down' what will happen if the total operational links in the LAG is 2?

  • A. If dynamic-cost is enabled it will adjust the cost for routing protocols such as OSPF.
  • B. If dynamic-cost is not enabled it will adjust the cost for routing protocols such as OSPF by dividing the link bandwidth by 2.
  • C. The LAG will be changed to an operational state of 'down'.
  • D. The LAG will function with only 2 ports. There will be no change to the routing metric.


Answer : C

Click the Exhibit Button below:
An Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) consists of the components shown in the diagram below:
How many broadcast and collision domains are on this LAN?

  • A. 9 broadcast domains, 3 collision domains.
  • B. 3 broadcast domains, 3 collision domains.
  • C. 3 broadcast domains, 9 collision domains.
  • D. 1 broadcast domain, 9 collision domains.


Answer : C

As described by the CSMA/CD algorithm, what is the first thing to happen when Host A and
Host B begin transmitting data at the same time?

  • A. Host A and B will generate a jam signal.
  • B. Listening hosts will request retransmission.
  • C. Host A or B will retry the transmission.
  • D. A back-off timer is started by Host A or B.


Answer : A

(Click the Exhibit Button below) An Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) consists of the following components:
Four 24-port hubs & Two 16-port switches
How many broadcast domains are on this LAN?

  • A. 1
  • B. 2
  • C. 5
  • D. 32


Answer : A

Which of the following best describes an Ethernet bridge?

  • A. A passive device simply used to connect two or more cables. Does not generate or amplify any signals.
  • B. A device that receives and retransmits a signal out its other ports, but does not do any Layer 2 analysis of the data.
  • C. A device that receives a signal and based on the Layer 2 destination address, makes a decision on which ports the signal should be retransmitted.
  • D. A device that receives a signal and based on the Layer 3 destination address, makes a decision on which ports the signal should be retransmitted.


Answer : C

What happens immediately after an Ethernet switch receives an Ethernet frame?

  • A. It records the destination MAC address and the interface on which it arrived.
  • B. It records the source MAC address and the interface on which it arrived.
  • C. It floods the frame out of all its interfaces except the interface on which the frame arrived.
  • D. It transmits the frame out of the appropriate interface.


Answer : B

What is thebehaviorof a typical Ethernet switch when it receives a frame with auncastdestination MAC address? (Choose two)

  • A. The switch floods the frame out of all ports except the port on which it was received.
  • B. The switch looks in its FDB. If the source address is unknown it discards the frame.
  • C. The switch looks in its FDB. If the destination address is known it forwards the frame out the appropriate interface.
  • D. The switch looks in its FDB. If the destination address is unknown it floods the frame out all ports except the port on which it was received.
  • E. The switch looks in its FDB. If the destination address is unknown it discards the frame.


Answer : C,D

Which technologies can be used with Ethernet switches to achieve redundancy? (Choose two)

  • A. LAG
  • B. OSPF
  • C. RIP
  • D. STP


Answer : A,D

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