HCIP-Routing & Switching-IERS Quiz Questions and Answers

Two routers establish an IPsec tunnel, which of the following does not need to be the same on both peering devices?

Answer :
  • Proposal name

Which of the following types can ICMP packets be classified into? (Choose two)

Answer :
  • ICMP error reporting packet
  • ICMP query packet

On VRP platform, which of the following parameters can be used together with the "ping " command to specify the source address of an echo request message?

Answer :
  • A

Host A has been connected to switch A and configured with an IP address. When Host A initially forwards a frame, what action will be taken by Switch A?

Answer :
  • Switch A will attempt to flood the frame to all ports except for the G0/0/1 interface.

A server is linked to port interface G0/0/1 of a switch. The administrator wishes to allow only this server to be linked to this interface on the switch. Which method can be used to achieve this?

Answer :
  • Configure a static MAC address binding entry of the server’s MAC address and the interface in the switch.

The network administrator has decided to configure link aggregation in the enterprise network. Which of the following represent advantages of link aggregation? (Choose three)

Answer :
  • Load balancing.
  • Improved bandwidth.
  • Enhanced reliability.

Which of the following OSPF versions is specific to IPv6?

Answer :
  • OSPFv3

On the RSTP network with STP devices, which packets does an RSTP switch use to notify the STP switches of the topology change?

Answer :
  • STP BPDUs with the TCN flag

Which statement about ARP proxy is false?

Answer :
  • The ARP proxy, namely, the gateway, sends ARP request for the host. The MAC address in the ARP request packet is the MAC address of the host.

QoS can provide different quality of service according to different demands, which of the following are functions of QoS? (Select 3 Answers)

Answer :
  • Providing private bandwidth for users
  • Congestion management and avoidance
  • Specifying priority of packets