[Free] New Updated (October) Juniper TK0-201 Real Exam 271-280

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QUESTION 271

Which three statements are correct about the processing order of firewall filters on a Junos device? (Choose three.)

 

A.

A router-based firewall filter applied to an RVI applies to switched packets in the same VLAN.

B.

A port-based firewall filter applied to an RVI does not apply to switched packets in the same VLAN.

C.

A router-based firewall filter applied to an RVI does not apply to switched packets in the same VLAN.

D.

The egress processing order is router, VLAN, port.

E.

The ingress processing order is port, VLAN, router.

 

Correct Answer: CDE

 

 

QUESTION 272

With which type of IS-IS router can an IS-IS Level 2-only router form an adjacency?

 

A.

only other IS-IS Level 2 routers of the same area

B.

any IS-IS router

C.

any other IS-IS Level 2 router

D.

IS-IS Level 1 routers of the same area

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

QUESTION 273

Which two requirements are needed to load balance traffic per flow? (Choose two.)

 

A.

a destination with equal cost paths

B.

a properly applied policy with an action to load-balance per-packet

C.

a properly applied policy with an action to load-balance per-flow

D.

a destination with multiple active routes

 

Correct Answer: AB

 

 

QUESTION 274

Which type of port must be an 802.1Q tagged port?

 

A.

access

B.

LAG

C.

LACP

D.

trunk

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 275

You want to allow RIP routes to be redistributed by an ASBR into the connected OSPF area, but you do not want to recieve external routes from other OSPF areas. Which OSPF area type would be used to satisfy the requirement?

 

A.

transit area

B.

stub area

C.

totally stubby area

D.

not-so-stubby area

 

Correct Answer: D

 

 

QUESTION 276

In the exhibit, R5 is exporting the RIP network prefixes into OSPF. You want to limit the number of LSAs sent to Area 2.2.2.2, but you want to ensure that all routers in other are as will have routes to all networks contained in the LSAs sent by the routers in Area 2.2.2.2. Which configuration change will enable this scenario?

 

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A.

Configure Area 2.2.2.2 as a stub area.

B.

Configure Area 2.2.2.2 as a not-so-stubby area.

C.

Configure an area range on R3.

D.

Configure an export filter for OSPF on R3.

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

 

 

QUESTION 277

Two routers have established a peering using EBGP over a single T1 link. How often will the routing table be synchronized between the two routers?

 

A.

every 30 minutes

B.

when an update message is received

C.

every 30 seconds

D.

when a notification message is received

 

Correct Answer: B

 

 

QUESTION 278

You want STP to behave similar to RSTP. Which three configuration settings under the [edit protocols stp] hierarchy on an EX Series switch allow this? (Choose three.)

 

A.

max-age

B.

bridge-priority

C.

edge

D.

forwarding-delay

E.

hello-time

 

Correct Answer: ADE

 

 

QUESTION 279

Which two statements are correct about the voice VLAN feature? (Choose two.)

 

A.

The voice VLAN feature enables access ports to accept both tagged and untagged traffic.

B.

The voice VLAN feature requires access ports to accept untagged traffic only.

C.

The voice VLAN feature always uses the same VLAN as the data VLAN

D.

The voice VLAN feature is used with CoS to differentiate traffic.

 

Correct Answer: AD

 

 

QUESTION 280

Which statement describes the operation of a stub area?

 

A.

A stub area receives only a default route.

B.

A stub area receives all routes from all other areas.

C.

A stub area receives no external routes from other areas.

D.

A stub area is automatically configured based on the presence of the E-bit in the hello messages sent from the ABR.

 

Correct Answer: C

 

 

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