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Refer to the exhibit. Users on the LAN complained that they cannot access the resources on the network.

A network administrator issued the debug ip udp command on R2 to verify the D !" server operation. #n the basis of the provided output$ what could be the possible cause of the problem%
&he ip dhcp pool command is missin' from the R2 confi'uration. &he ip helper-address command is missin' from the R2 confi'uration. &he ip dhcp excluded-addresses command is missin' from the R2 confi'uration. &he domain-name command is missin' from the R( confi'uration.

)hat are two thin's to be taken into consideration when NA& is confi'ured in the network% *!hoose two.+
the protocols that are used in the network the port numbers that are used by the applications the type of interface that is confi'ured for NA&

the scope of the ," addresses that are confi'ured in the NA& pool the type of A!Ls that are filterin' the traffic from source to destination

Refer to the exhibit. Users on LAN-. complained that they cannot communicate with the other users on the network. A network administrator issued show ip dhcp conflict command to verify the D !" server operation on the router. /ased on the provided outputs$ what could be done to remedy the problem%
!onfi'ure the D !" pool for a lar'er scope of ," addresses. ,ssue the dhcp services command on router R2. ,ssue the ip helper-address command under the 0a12. interface. !onfi'ure the ," addresses that must be excluded from the D !" pool.

)hich three UD" ports are associated with messa'es that are forwarded by default by a D !" relay a'ent% *!hoose three.+
(3 4. 4( 45 65 71

&he network administrator chan'ed the D !" address pool from .1..1.1.12.6 to .1.21.1.12.6 and is now receivin' complaints from users that they are unable to connect to the ,nternet. &he administrator issues the command show ip nat translations on the border router and observes that there are no active translations present. &he

administrator then verifies that connectivity to the ,nternet from the border router is present. )hat should the administrator do next%
,ncrease the si8e of the existin' NA& pool. !reate a new NA& pool usin' the .1.21.1.12.6 address space. !han'e from dynamic to static NA& for all outbound connections. 9erify that the A!L is selectin' the correct addresses for translation.

)hich ,"v6 address is used by #:"0v( as a next hop%


the link;local address of the nei'hbor the loopback address of the nei'hbor the 'lobal unicast address of the nei'hbor the default 'ateway of the nei'hbor

Refer to the exhibit. )hich statement accurately describes the ,"v6 routin' confi'uration%
&he command ipv6 route 5432::/48 null was entered on the router. &he network <111==22.27 was learned via a routin' protocol. &he command ipv6 route 5 ::/64 null was entered on the router.

&he network <11.==.2.27 is unreachable.

)hich statement is true about 6to< tunnelin' and #:"0%


&he neighbor command must be specified within #:"0 router confi'uration mode to establish the tunnel. &he nei'hbor address must be specified on the tunnel interface. #:"0 will automatically send out its link state database to the destination of the tunnel.

#:"0 cannot be used when establishin' a 6to< tunnel.

Refer to the exhibit. )hich two statements are true about D !" snoopin' on :witch2% *!hoose two.+
D !" snoopin' is enabled for interface 0ast>thernet12.( and interface 0ast>thernet12.<. D !" snoopin' is not enabled for interface 0ast>thernet12.4 and interface 0ast>thernet12.6. D !" snoopin' is confi'ured for 9LAN .1. D !" snoopin' is confi'ured for 9LAN 2. Any interface assi'ned to 9LAN .1 could host a D !" server.

Refer to the exhibit. R2 is a branch router and accesses all nonlocal networks via R.. network administrator is troubleshootin' why router R2 cannot access any external ne /ased on the output of the commands$ what is the likely issue%
&he default router for R. is invalid. &he ,"v6 address confi'ured for R. is invalid. ,"v6 unicast routin' has not been enabled on R.. R2 has not been confi'ured for autoconfi'uration.

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator created a static NA& translation. &he purpose of the translation is to allow outside users to use the ," address 215..64.21... to connect to a server that is located on the internal network at ," address .32..6.6.(. owever$ users are unable to connect to the server by usin' the supplied address. )hat is the most probable cause of the problem%
&here is no outside 'lobal address specified.

&he .32..6.1.12.6 network has not been advertised to the outside world. Dynamic NA& must be used to allow an outside user to connect to the server. &he network administrator reversed the addresses in the mappin' command. No access list has been confi'ured to select the traffic that is allowed to connect to the server.

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has confi'ured NA& on router R.. owev does not translate addresses when hosts from the .1.1.1.1 22< LAN attempt to access ,nternet. )hich confi'uration chan'e would correct this situation%
Append the overload keyword to the ip nat inside source list ! pool "#$%&&' command. !han'e the NA& pool to be in the same subnet as the ," address of s12121. !han'e the netmask of the NA&"##L to 244.244.244.22<. >nter the no ip nat inside source static ! ( ( (! 2 )(!65(2 (226 command.

?ake interface 0a121 the inside NA& interface and :12121 the outside NA& interface.

Refer to the exhibit. Users on the LAN complained that they cannot access the ,nterne the provided output$ what could be the possible cause of the problem%
&oo few addresses are assi'ned to the NA& pool. &he NA& pool is confi'ured with the wron' netmask. An incorrect A!L is referenced durin' the NA& translation process. &he confi'urations for the inside and outside interfaces are reversed.

)hat are the three roles a router may assume with respect to D !"% *!hoose three.+
server forwarder

client remote a'ent relay a'ent supplicant

Refer to the exhibit. Routers R. and R2 cannot 'et D !" addresses from router R($ which is confi'ured as a D !" server. After issuin' the show ip soc*et command and troubleshootin' the problem$ a network administrator verifies that the R. and R2 interfaces are up and operational. /ased on the provided output$ what could be the possible cause of the problem%
&he D !" services are disabled on R(. &he ," helper address is missin' from the R( confi'uration. &he ," addresses from the D !" pool have been exhausted. ,lle'al addresses have been assi'ned to the interfaces of routers R. and R2.

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator confi'ured an #:"0 nei'hbor to correct a issue in a network that is usin' #:"0 over a 6to< tunnel. &he confi'uration did not so and an error messa'e was displayed. )hat should the administrator do to correct the
!han'e the version of #:"0 to version (. Add the ipv6 ospf networ* broadcast command to tunnel interface 1. !onfi'ure an #:"0 nei'hbor on R2 that points to the tunnel endpoint of R.. !onfi'ure static routes on both R. and R2 to the ,"v6 address of the tunnel endpoint of the nei'hbor.

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has confi'ured a static NA& entry on router R. for the internal web server. owever$ external users still cannot connect to the web server. )hich procedure would resolve this problem%
Delete the current static entry and issue the ip nat outside source static ! ( ( (! 2 )(!65(2 Delete the current static entry and issue the ip nat inside source static ! (!(!(! 2 )(!65(2 (226 command. (226 command.

0or security reasons$ an outside address cannot be mapped to an internal private address and therefore the web server should be confi'ured with a valid public address. Remove the overload keyword from the ip nat inside source list command.

)hich statement correctly describes the problem when NA& and ,"sec implementation coexist in the network%
NA& chan'es the encryption keys that are used by ,"sec durin' the key ne'otiation processes. NA& chan'es the ," header fields$ and those chan'es can conflict with the inte'rity of ,"sec protocols. NA& chan'es the source and destination ," addresses that are encapsulated inside the ,"sec packets. NA& chan'es the &!" and UD" transport protocols that are embedded in the payload of the ,"sec packets.

Refer to the exhibit. A network administrator has implemented Network Address &ranslation *NA&+ on router R.. owever$ hosts on the inside LAN cannot connect to addresses outside of the corporate network. )hich option correctly identifies the problem%
,nterface 0a121 should be confi'ured as the outside NA& interface and :12121 as the inside NA& interface. NA& cannot use named access control lists. &he A!L is referrin' to the wron' internal network. &he NA&;"##L should have included the :12121 interface ," address.

&he overload keyword has not been appended to the ip nat inside source command. &he static NA& entry ," address is not included in the NA&;"##L.

Refer to the exhibit. A network technician is havin' issues settin' up router R< in a ,"v6 network. )hat problem is indicated from the router output%
,"v6 routin' needs to be enabled. &he interface also re@uires an ,"v< address. A routin' protocol for ,"v6 must be enabled. ,"v< routes should be redistributed into ,"v6.