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PassLeader 200-601 Exam Dumps Collection with VCE and PDF (Question 36 – Question 40)

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QUESTION 36
To ensure ProfiNET Layer 2 Class-of-Service markings from ProfiNET devices are trusted by the switch, which command must be entered on the interface attached to the device?

A.    switch(config-if)#mls qos trust cos
B.    switch(config-if)#qos trust cos
C.    switch(config-if)#profinet cos trust
D.    switch(config-if)#trust qos cos

Answer: A

QUESTION 37
AP CAPWAP control traffic should be isolated from wireless client traffic. Which scenario represents the correct configuration to support the SSIDs of this controller-based access point in FlexConnect local switching mode?

A.    Missing
B.    Missing
C.    Missing
D.    Missing

Answer: C

QUESTION 38
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.
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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 omitted>
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: CE

QUESTION 39
Refer to exhibit. The administrator has configured the following device IP settings, but did not keep track of which ports the devices were connected to. The administrator is able to ping each device but needs to update the network documentation to include the switch and interface where each device is connected. The administrator does not want to walk to each device and switch to track down the information.
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Which steps below would you execute in sequence to document the switch and interface where each device is connected?
1. View the ARP table on L3SW1
2. View the ARP table on the administrator’s station
3. View the ARP table on L2SW4
4. PING all the devices
5. View the MAC address table on all switches
6. View the MAC address table on the administrator’s station

A.    2,4,5
B.    2,5,4
C.    4,3,6
D.    4,1,5

Answer: D

QUESTION 40
A shutdown in the cookie cutter machine was traced to a broken network cable. What are two reasons that explain why using DLR is an appropriate choice for network resiliency? (Choose two.)

A.    DLR is designed for single network operation at the machine level
B.    Moving to a linear topology will reduce the number of cables and so reduce risk of cable failure
C.    DLR is the only resiliency technology that is supported by CIP Safety
D.    Layer 2 resiliency protocols like REP and RSTP do not have a fast enough convergence time for motion control
E.    Half of the network traffic goes clockwise on the ring and the other half counter- clockwise, reducing by 50% the impact of cable failure

Answer: AD


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