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Juniper Networks Certified Internet Specialist, – Service Provider (JNCIS-SP)

Question No: 181

Which statement is correct about OSPF Type 7 LSAs?

  1. They are converted into Type 5 LSAs by the ASBR.

  2. They are converted into Type 5 LSAs by the ABR.

  3. They are converted into Type 3 LSAs by the ABR.

  4. They are converted into Type 4 LSAs by the ABR.

Answer: B

Question No: 182

What are three ways to configure IPv6 addresses in your network? (Choose three.)

  1. Statically configure your IPv6 addresses.

  2. Configure your IPv6 addresses using stateless auto configuration.

  3. Configure your IPv6 addresses by setting up a DHCPv6 server.

  4. Configure your IPv6 addresses by assigning your router a prefix list.

  5. Configure your IPv6 addresses by configuring support for unicast-arp-negotiation.

Answer: A,B,C

Question No: 183

Which two statements reflect benefits of performing per-flow load balancing over per- packet load balancing? (Choose two.)

  1. All physical links in the network are used equally.

  2. Packets arrive at the destination in the order they were sent.

  3. Provides easier implementation of class of service policies.

  4. Allows the destination host to re-order packets and increase performance.

Answer: B,C

Question No: 184

A network administrator has been asked to configure the most specific aggregate route to summarize the four specific prefixes shown below:

10. .5.0/24

10. .12.0/24

10. .17.0/24

10. .21.0/24

Which configuration completes this task?

  1. [edit routing-options] user@router# show aggregate {

    route 10. .0.0/19;

    }

  2. [edit routing-options] user@router# show aggregate {

    route 10. .0.0/20;

    }

  3. [edit routing-options] user@router# show aggregate {

    route 10. .0.0/21;

    }

  4. [edit routing-options] user@router# show aggregate {

route 10. .0.0/18;

}

Answer: A

Question No: 185

You have two OSPF routers that are trying to form an adjacency. When you issue the command show ospf neighbor, you see that one router is in the loading state and the other is in the full state. Why are you seeing the router#39;s state as loading?

  1. The router does not know about the received LSA header and has transmitted a link- state request.

  2. The router has finished transmitting, but is still receiving database information.

  3. The router is waiting for a start event.

  4. The router has established bidirectional communication with its peer.

Answer: B

Question No: 186

Which three statements are correct about VRRP? (Choose three.)

  1. It requires speakers to be configured with BFD.

  2. It uses a virtual router MAC address for LAN communications.

  3. It uses multicast address 224.0.0.18.

  4. It is confined to the local network with a TTL of 255.

  5. It uses the virtual router’s lo0 address for LAN communications.

Answer: B,C,D

Question No: 187

Which three STP protection mechanisms are supported on MX Series, EX Series, and QFX Series devices? (Choose three.)

  1. trunk protection

  2. BPDU protection

  3. loop protection

  4. access protection

  5. root protection

Answer: B,C,E

Question No: 188

You are using RSVP in your network to signal MPLS LSPs. You are asked to ensure that the egress MPLS router receives the full label stack, containing both the hop-by-hop and VPN label.

  1. Use the set protocols mpls explicit-null command.

  2. Use the set protocols mpls expand-loose-hop command.

  3. Use the set protocols rsvp keep-multiplier command.

  4. Apply set protocols rsvp interface lt;:interfacegt; no-aggregate to the egress interface.

Answer: A

Question No: 189

Which three IPv6 addresses are valid equivalents for the address 2001:0000:0000:0000:0134:fc0e:cc8b:458a? (Choose three?)

A. 2001:134:fc0e:cc8b:458a

B. 2001:0:0:0:0134:fc0e:cc8b:458a C. 2001:0:0:0134:fc0e:cc8b:458a D. 2001::134:fc0e:cc8b:458a

E. 2001:0::0:134:fc0e:cc8b:458a

Answer: B,D,E

Question No: 190

Which command would you use to verify the presence of VPN routes on a PE device?

  1. show route table bgp.l3vpn.0

  2. show route protocol bgp terse | count

  3. show route table inet.0

  4. show route route-type vpn

Answer: A

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