Alcatel-Lucent Virtual Private LAN Services v7.0

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Click on the exhibit below.
Based on the output below which of the following statements is true? (Choose 2)

  • A. VPLS1500isauserVPLS.
  • B. VPLS 1500 is management VPLS.
  • C. Spanning tree BPDUs for the management VPLS are tagged.
  • D. Spanning tree BPDUs for the management VPLS are untagged.


Answer : A,D

If a management VPLS is administratively disabled what will be the status of the associated user VPLS SAPs?

  • A. Regular semantics will apply. It will be as if the SAP doesn't belong to a management VPLS.
  • B. All user VPLS SAPs will be disabled/pruned.
  • C. It is not possible to administratively disable a management VPLS.
  • D. Spanning tree will be automatically enabled on the user VPLS SAPs.


Answer : B

MC-LAG is only supported on network ports.

  • A. TRUE
  • B. FALSE


Answer : B

Which protocol is used to signal the status of the active links between the PE and the CE in
MC-LAG?

  • A. MSTP
  • B. MCLAG
  • C. LACP
  • D. DHCP
  • E. A proprietary protocol


Answer : C

MC-LAG provides link and node protection from an MDU to 3 or more PE devices.

  • A. TRUE
  • B. FALSE


Answer : B

Click on the exhibit below.
The MDU attached to this PE has been configured with active/standby SDP's configuration option has been configured for the PE to recognize that this SDP is in standby mode?

  • A. On the PE the endpoint has been configured with "supress-standby-signalling"
  • B. On the PE the endpoint has been configured with "no supress-standby-signalling"
  • C. On the MDU the endpoint has been configured with "supress-standby-signalling"
  • D. On the MDU the endpoint has been configured with "no supress-standby-signalling1


Answer : D

In Active/Standby pseudowires a failed pseudowire has recovered. Under what circumstances will the active pseudowire revert to the previously failed link?

  • A. It will always revert to the previously failed link.
  • B. It will never revert to the previously failed link.
  • C. It will revert if the precedence of the previously failed link is set to 0 or "primary".
  • D. It will revert if the precedence of the previously failed link is lower than the currently active link


Answer : C

Click on the exhibit below.
Assume there are two VPLS services configured on the MDU. How could load-balancing be achieved when using Active/Standby pseudowires?

  • A. This cannot be done.
  • B. Each VPLS will use the same pair of SDP's with the same endpoint configured with the option "load-balancing 2".
  • C. Each VPLS will need their own pair of spoke-SDP's configured. The spoke-sdp's that are to be active should be configured with the option "precedence primary".
  • D. Under the end-point configuration, enable load-balancing 2 and the MDU will load balance automatically.


Answer : C

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Assume PE-1 has a mesh-sdp configured to every PE node in both Metro networks. What could be done to prevent the bandwidth replication between Metro 1 and Metro 2?

  • A. PE-1 must be configured with mesh-SDPs to every node receiving the multicast traffic. There is no way to reduce the replication or bandwidth.
  • B. PE nodes in Metro 1 could be configured with mesh-SDPs. PE nodes in Metro 2 would be configured with mesh-SDPs. However, the connection between Metro networks (PE-2 to PE-6) can be configured with a spoke-sdp. This would reduce the replication and bandwidth used on the link between Metro networks. This also reduces the replication required by PE-1.
  • C. PE-1 can be configured with spoke-SDPs to every PE node in both Metro networks. This will reduce the bandwidth and replication within the network.
  • D. PE nodes in Metro 1 could be configured with spoke-SDPs. PE nodes in Metro 2 would be configured with spoke-SDPs. However, the connection between Metro networks (PE-2 to PE-6) can be configured with a mesh-sdp. This would reduce the replication and bandwidth used on the link between Metro networks. This also reduces the replication required by PE-1.


Answer : B

Why are provisioning requirements a factor that influence VPLS design? (Choose 2)

  • A. Adding or removing a node may require several network touches.
  • B. Adding or removing a SAP may require several network touches.
  • C. Adding or removing a service may require several network touches.
  • D. Adding or removing an Epipe may require several network touches.
  • E. Provisioning is a factor for all Ethernet services.


Answer : A,C

What are the advantages of running a physical ring topology with a mesh of mesh-SDPs?
(Choose 2)

  • A. STP can be used to break the loop.
  • B. STP is not required to break the loop because of split-horizon rules.
  • C. If the traffic is primarily multicast, a full mesh of SDPs is a simple and efficient design.
  • D. If the traffic is primarily Unicast, a full mesh of SDPs is a simple and efficient design.


Answer : B,D

Consider a large metro-to-metro VPLS network interconnected with a mesh of mesh-SDPs.
Which of the following statements does NOT apply to this situation?

  • A. Bandwidth and replication inefficiency can occur on inter-metro links if there is a lot of multicast traffic
  • B. The number of control sessions grows exponentially in a fully meshed network.
  • C. Spanning-tree is required to prevent loops when using mesh SDPs on the inter-metro links.
  • D. Network touches increase with each node added to the mesh.


Answer : C

What scaling factors should a network engineer be aware of when designing VPLS networks? (Choose 3)

  • A. Control plane scaling.
  • B. Data plane scaling.
  • C. Network touches.
  • D. Route table reduction.
  • E. OAM tools.


Answer : A,B,C

Redundant spoke-SDPs are used between 2 Metro networks for redundancy. How can load balancing be achieved across the redundant spoke-SDPs?

  • A. A single management VPLS using RSTP can be used to block different SDPs for different VPLS services.
  • B. A single management VPLS using 802.1D-2004 can be used to block different SDPs for different VPLS services
  • C. There is no way to have load balancing across redundant spoke-SDPs.
  • D. Two management VPLS using RSTP can be used to block different SDPs for different VPLS services.


Answer : D

Click on the exhibit below.
How many LSPs are required in total between Metro A and Metro B if 100 hierarchical
VPLS services are deployed across the two metro networks?

  • A. 100
  • B. 200
  • C. 1
  • D. 2


Answer : D

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