Cisco 300-135 Exam Dumps
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Question No. 1
For which two reasons might a GRE Tunnel interface enter an up/down state? (Choose two)
Question No. 2
Which configuration command is used to add an IPv6 ACL to an interface?
Question No. 3
A Cisco IOS router is disconnecting the console session of a user after some amount of time. Which action allows the user to work on the device without interruption?
Question No. 4
Which two statements about GRE tunnels are true? (Choose two)
Question No. 5
Refer to the exhibit.
Which IP address should be configured as the tunnel source on the HQ router for maximum resiliency?
Question No. 6
Refer to the exhibit. Both the enable and local account passwords were changed and the configuration was saved. However, the administrator did not record the passwords and is unable to log in. Which method allows the administrator to regain access to the device?
Question No. 7
Which of the following would be considered reasonable network maintenance tasks? (Choose all that apply.)
Question No. 8
Which of the following statements are true concerning the command ip sla monitor responder type tcpconnect ipaddress 10.1.1.1 port 23? (Choose all that apply.)
Question No. 9
Which of the following commands will restore a previously archived configuration by replacing the running configuration with the archived configuration?
Question No. 10
What should be the next step after the problem is solved?
Cisco has broken this process into eight steps:
1. Define the problem.
2. Gather detailed information.
3. Consider probable cause for the failure.
4. Devise a plan to solve the problem.
5. Implement the plan.
6. Observe the results of the implementation.
7. Repeat the process if the plan does not resolve the problem.
8. Document the changes made to solve the problem.
Although some online document does not mention about step 8 (document the changes) (like the link
important so that repeated issue can be solved quickly in the future.
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