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HP HPE6-A41 Applying Aruba Switching Fundamentals for Mobility Exam Practice Test

Demo: 18 questions
Total 125 questions

Applying Aruba Switching Fundamentals for Mobility Questions and Answers

Question 1

A company has two ArubaOS switches, Switch1 and Switch2. Switch1 will be the commander for a new Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) fabric. Switch2 is a new switch that will be the standby member. The network administrator wants to configure the proper settings on the standby member interface before the standby member joins the fabric.

What should the administrator do before the switches are joined in the VSF fabric?

Options:

A.

Configure the interface settings on Switch2. Then enable VSF on Switch2.

B.

Enable VSF on Switch2. Then configure the interface settings on Switch2.

C.

Provision member2 on Switch1. Then configure the member2 interface settings on Switch1.

D.

Provision member2 on Switch1 and member1 on Switch2. Then configure the member2 interface settings on Switch2.

Question 2

Refer to the exhibit.

The network consists of two ArubaOS switches with routing disabled.

How should the network administrator configure the link between Switch A and Switch B to ensure that all hosts can communicate to all the other hosts within their respective VLANs?

Options:

A.

tagged for VLAN 20 and tagged for VLAN 30

B.

untagged for VLAN 10 and tagged for VLAN 30

C.

tagged for VLAN 10 and tagged for VLAN 20

D.

untagged for VLAN 10, untagged for VLAN 20, and tagged for VLAN 30

Question 3

A network administrator is in the context in an ArubaOS switch CLI:

Switch (vlan10)#

The administrator wants to leave the configuration context with a single command.

Which command should the administrator enter?

Options:

A.

logout

B.

quit

C.

exit

D.

end

Question 4

What does the traceroute command that is entered on an ArubaOS switch identify?

Options:

A.

each physical device between the switch and a destination

B.

the path to each router connected to the switch

C.

each Layer 3 device between the switch and a destination

D.

debug output tracing entries to the routing table

Question 5

A network administrator needs to complete the initial setup on an ArubaOS switch with the use of remote access. How can the network administrator do this?

Options:

A.

Connect the switch’s OOBM port to the same VLAN as the management station, and then establish a Telnet session to the switch default IP address.

B.

Connect the switch’s OOBM port to the same VLAN as Aruba AirWave. Then manually discover the switch in AirWave using the switch default IP address.

C.

Send a Reverse ARP from the management station and assign a temporary IP to the workstation.

D.

Set up the network DHCP server to assign the switch a reserved IP address. Connect the switch to a VLAN with DHCP services and then establish a Telnet session to the reserved IP address.

Question 6

A company has these requirements to manage its ArubaOS switches:

  • Management and data traffic cannot share links.
  • Managers must be able to reach switches remotely over IP connections.

How should the administrator set up switches to meet these requirements?

Options:

A.

Assign at least one port on each switch to a Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) link and connect those

ports in a dedicated network.

B.

Create a management VLAN and tag the VLAN on all switch-to-switch links.

C.

Enable IP authorized managers for the administrator subnet.

D.

Configure IP addressing on OOBM ports and connect them in a dedicated network.

Question 7

Refer to the exhibit.

Which feature should the network administrator configure on the Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) fabric to prevent issues if Links 1 and 2 fail?

Options:

A.

Graceful OSPF (non-stop forwarding)

B.

Multi-Active Detection (MAD)

C.

Distributed trunking

D.

Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)

Question 8

Which technology can provide automated network optimization for unified communication applications such as Skype for Business?

Options:

A.

Software-defined Networking (SDN)

B.

Zero Touch Provisioning (ZTP)

C.

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

D.

Virtual Switching Framework (VSF)

Question 9

A company wants a modular switch for the core layer of its mid-sized campus. The switch requires 32 10 G ports in a single switch with the ability to scale in the future. Which ArubaOS switches series is best suited for this role?

Options:

A.

Aruba 2930F

B.

Aruba 3800

C.

Aruba 3810

D.

Aruba 5400R

Question 10

What is a valid setup for a Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) fabric?

Options:

A.

one 5406R zl2 switch as commander and one 5412R zl2 switch as a standby member

B.

one 5412R zl2 switch as commander and two 5406R zl2 switches as standby members

C.

one 5406R zl2 switch as commander and two 5412R zl2 switches as standby members

D.

one 5412R zl2 switch as commander and one 5412R zl2 switch as a standby member

Question 11

Which standard for wireless connectivity supports both 2.4GHz and 5GHz?

Options:

A.

802.11a

B.

802.11ac

C.

802.11g

D.

802.11n

Question 12

Refer to the exhibit.

Assume that Student A’s ARP table is empty. Student A prepares to send an FTP packet to FTP Server B and needs to discover the proper destination MAC address.

For which IP address does Student A send an ARP request?

Options:

A.

10.1.2.2

B.

10.1.10.1

C.

10.1.10.87

D.

10.1.20.1

Question 13

Refer to the exhibit.

MSTP is enabled on the switches shown in the exhibit.

Which additional step should the network administrator take to support load sharing of traffic on different

switch-to-switch links?

Options:

A.

Configure different spanning tree port priorities for different instances on each access layer switch.

B.

Assign different spanning tree port costs to different instances on each access layer switch.

C.

Ensure that half of the switches use config revision 1 and half of the switches use config revision 2.

D.

Create an identical VLAN-to-instance mapping on each switch, in which some VLANs are in each instance.

Question 14

Refer to the exhibit.

A network administrator executes this command on an ArubaOS switch, Switch-2:

Switch-2(config)# ip route 10.1.100.0/24 10.1.1.1

The administrator successfully pings Device 1 at 10.1.100.42 from Switch-2. However, Device 2 cannot ping Device 1.

The administrator confirms that Device 1 is correctly set up.

What should the administrator check on Switch-2 to resolve this issue?

Options:

A.

that ARP proxy is enabled

B.

that IP routing is enabled

C.

that spanning tree is disabled

D.

that ICMP is enabled

Question 15

Refer to the exhibit.

Device 1 needs to send traffic to Device 2, and it sends an ARP request in preparation.

Which devices process this ARP request?

Options:

A.

all devices in VLAN 2, 192.168.2.0/24 subnet

B.

all devices connected to Switch-2

C.

all devices in VLAN 3, 192.168.3.0/24 subnet

D.

all devices in this network

Question 16

Which benefit does Aruba Clarity in Aruba AirWave provide?

Options:

A.

It provides an easily searchable network topology that includes physical wired, physical wireless, and virtual network infrastructure devices.

B.

It helps managers use the AirWave Management Platform (AMP) with its context-specific help and links to additional resources.

C.

It enables managers to view all configuration templates for APs, and switches from a single dashboard.

D.

It provides at-a-glance views of issues such as DHCP request and 802.1X authentication failures to aid in troubleshooting.

Question 17

Refer to the exhibit.

This switch currently assigns all VLANs to MSTP instance 0 or the Internal Spanning Tree (IST).

Which statement correctly describes interface 21?

Options:

A.

The interface is down at Layer 2; it is not available for sending or receiving any traffic.

B.

The interface does not forward or accept data traffic, but it is ready to start forwarding if interface 19 fails.

C.

The interface is an edge port but has received Bridge Protocol Data Units (BPDUs), so it is disabled.

D.

The interface does not support spanning tree: it is possible that it will introduce a loop in the network.

Question 18

Two switches are members of a Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) fabric.

Which statement correctly describes how the switches handle routing?

Options:

A.

Only the commander runs routing protocols and builds the IP routing table, but it programs the standby member to route traffic.

B.

Both members build their own IP routing tables, which they synchronize. Only static IP routing is supported with VSF.

C.

Only the commander runs routing protocols and builds the IP routing table, and all routed traffic must pass through the commander.

D.

Both members run routing protocols and build their own IP routing tables, and they synchronize the tables over VSF links.

Demo: 18 questions
Total 125 questions