JN0-660: Service Provider Routing and Switching, Professional (JNCIP-SP)

QUESTION 1 Click the Exhibit button. In the exhibit, Area 1 is a not-so-stubby area. Three networks are redistributed into Area 1 on R2. You must summarize the redistributed network addresses in Area 1 so that only one network prefix is re-advertised into Area 0. You must also summarize the …

VCAD510: VMware Certified Associate – Data Center Virtualization (VCA-DCV) Exam

QUESTION 1 You received an email from your cloud team’s senior technical architect asking you to implement snapshots in your cloud where it makes sense to do so. You ask the architect to clarify where in your cloud it would make the most sense to use snapshots. Which of the …

EX200 Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA) Exam

QUESTION 1 Configure your Host Name, IP Address, Gateway and DNS. Host name: station.domain40.example.com /etc/sysconfig/network hostname=abc.com hostname abc.com IP Address:172.24.40.40/24 Gateway172.24.40.1 DNS:172.24.40.1 Answer: # cd /etc/syscofig/network-scripts/ # ls # vim ifcfg-eth0 (Configure IP Address, Gateway and DNS) IPADDR=172.24.40.40 GATEWAY=172.24.40.1 DNS1=172.24.40.1 # vim /etc/sysconfig/network (Configure Host Name) HOSTNAME= station.domain40.example.com OR Graphical …

312-50v8: Certified Ethical Hacker v8

QUESTION 1 Which of the following countermeasure can specifically protect against both the MAC Flood and MAC Spoofing attacks? A. Configure Port Security on the switch B. Configure Port Recon on the switch C. Configure Switch Mapping D. Configure Multiple Recognition on the switch Answer: A Explanation: QUESTION 2 Jimmy, …

MB0-001 CompTIA Mobility+ Certification Exam

QUESTION 1 Which of the following would be used to enforce a policy requiring two-factor authentication on certain mobile devices? A. Username and password B. Facial recognition and PIN C. Pattern unlock and password D. Fingerprint and retina scan Answer: B Explanation: QUESTION 2 An employee reports a network connectivity …

Is SDN your next security nightmare?

Software-defined networking offers many positives, but keep an eye on possible vulnerabilities San Francisco — The big buzzword in networking these days is Software-Defined Networking (SDN), a de-coupling of the data plane and the control plane that allows you to manage physical devices via a software-based controller sitting on a …