Download Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT v2-0).PracticeTest.300-135.2018-08-22.1e.70q.vcex

Download Dump

File Info

Exam Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT v2.0)
Number 300-135
File Name Troubleshooting and Maintaining Cisco IP Networks (TSHOOT v2-0).PracticeTest.300-135.2018-08-22.1e.70q.vcex
Size 7.55 Mb
Posted August 22, 2018
Downloaded 30



How to open VCEX & EXAM Files?

Files with VCEX & EXAM extensions can be opened by ProfExam Simulator.

Purchase
Coupon: EXAMFILESCOM

Coupon: EXAMFILESCOM
With discount: 20%





Demo Questions

Question 1
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   
 
IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   
 
R2 

   

R3 

   

R4 

   

R5 

   

DS1 

   
 
DS2 

   

AS1 

   
 
PC1 

   

A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem?

  • A: NTP
  • B: OSPFv2
  • C: OSPFv3
  • D: EIGRP
  • E: redistribution
  • F: Layer 3 addressing
  • G: interface



Question 2
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   
 
IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   

R2 

   

R3 

   

R4 

   
 
R5 

   
 
DS1 

   
 
DS2 

   

AS1 

   

PC1 

   
 
A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem?

  • A: issuing the network 192.168.1.4 0.0.0.3 area 0 command
  • B: issuing the network 192.168.1.8 0.0.0.3 area 0 command
  • C: issuing the area 2 virtual-link 192.168.99.5 command
  • D: enabling OSPF MD5 authentication on the S1.0.324 interface
  • E: changing the OSPF network type on the S1.0.324 interface
  • F: changing the OSPF area type
  • G: changing the masks on the OSPF network statement
  • H: issuing the no ip ospf hello-interval command on the S1.0.324 interface
  • I: changing the OSPF router ID



Question 3
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   

IPv6 Topology  

   
 
R1 

   

R2 

   

R3 

   
 
R4 

   
 
R5 

   
 
DS1 

   

DS2 

   

AS1 

   

PC1 

   

A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem?

  • A: R1
  • B: R2
  • C: R3
  • D: R4
  • E: R5
  • F: DS1
  • G: DS2
  • H: AS1



Question 4
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   
 
IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   

IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   
 
R2 

   
 
R3 

   

R4 

   
 
R5 

   
 
DS1 

   
 
DS2

 
  
  
AS1 

   
 
PC1 

   
 
A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem?

  • A: NTP
  • B: GRE
  • C: OSPFv2
  • D: OSPFv3
  • E: redistribution
  • F: DHCP
  • G: Layer 3 addressing
  • H: interface



Question 5
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   

IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   

R2 

   
 
R3 

   

R4 

   

R5 

   

DS1 

   

DS2 

   

AS1 

   

PC1 

   
 
A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem?

  • A: creating a new DHCP pool
  • B: modifying the DHCP exclusion range
  • C: modifying the IP address range assigned by the DHCP pool
  • D: changing the default router assigned by the DHCP pool
  • E: adding a default DNS server to the DHCP pool
  • F: creating an IP helper address
  • G: issuing the ip forward-protocol udp 68 command.



Question 6
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   
 
IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   

IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   

R2 

   

R3

 
  
 
R4 

   

R5 

   

DS1 

   

DS2 

   
 
AS1 

   

PC1 

   

A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem?

  • A: R1
  • B: R2
  • C: R3
  • D: R4
  • E: R5
  • F: DS1
  • G: DS2
  • H: AS1



Question 7
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   

IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   
 
R2 

   

R3 

   

R4 

   

R5 

   

DS1 

   
 
DS2 

   
 
AS1 

   

PC1 

   

A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem?

  • A: NTP
  • B: DHCP
  • C: Layer 3 addressing
  • D: Layer 3 security
  • E: Layer 2 security
  • F: STP
  • G: Etherchannel
  • H: VLAN configuration
  • I: interface



Question 8
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   
 
IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   
 
IPv6 Topology  

   
 
R1 

   
 
R2 

   

R3 

   
 
R4 

   

R5 

   

DS1 

   
 
DS2 

   
 
AS1 

   

PC1 

   

A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem?

  • A: reconnecting the cable to the S1/0 interface
  • B: issuing the no shutdown command on the S1/0 interface
  • C: issuing the no shutdown command on the S1/0.322 and S1/0.324 subinterfaces
  • D: issuing the clock rate 115200 command on the S1/0 interface
  • E: issuing the encapsulation frame-relay command on the S1/0.322 and S1/0.324 subinterfaces
  • F: creating Frame Relay maps on the S1/0.322 and S1/0.324 subinterfaces.



Question 9
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   
 
IPv6 Topology  

   
 
R1 

   

R2 

   
 
R3 

   

R4 

   
 
R5 

   
 
DS1 

   
 
DS2 

   

AS1 

   

PC1 

   

A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54.  
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem?

  • A: issuing the redistribute eigrp 1 metric 64 subnets route-map eigrp-to-ospf command in OSPF
  • B: issuing the redistribute eigrp 1 metric 64 subnets route-map ospf-to-eigrp command in OSPF
  • C: issuing the default-metric 1000 100 255 1 1500 command in EIGRP
  • D: issuing the no redistribute static command in the OSPF 15 process
  • E: issuing the redistribute ospf 15 route-map eigrp-to-ospf command in EIGRP
  • F: issuing the redistribute ospf 15 route-map ospf-to-eigrp command in EIGRP



Question 10
Instructions  
This item contains a trouble ticket covering a single network topology. You will need to troubleshoot the problem by issuing commands on the devices. To begin troubleshooting a ticket, click on the BLUE trouble ticket button on the right. 
For each ticket, you will be required to answer the following three questions:
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following technologies is the source of the problem? 
Which of the following is most likely to solve the problem? 
Although the ticket scenarios might look similar, the devices are configured differently for each ticket. You can access a device by clicking on its button at the bottom of the screen or by clicking on its picture in any of the topology diagrams. You can open the topology diagrams by clicking on the topology buttons at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple devices and topology diagrams open at the same time. 
You can access the following devices for each trouble ticket:
R1, R2, R3, and R4: Cisco 2600s
R5: Cisco 3640
DS1 and DS2: Cisco Catalyst 3560s
AS1: Cisco Catalyst 2912XL
PC1: Windows-based client operating system
Not all commands are available on each device. Only certain show, ping, and traceroute commands are available on the routers and switches. Only the ping and ipconfig commands are available on PC1. You cannot access the ISP router or any of the servers. 
You can move among the three questions in the trouble ticket by clicking Previous Question and Next Question. After you have answered the third question, you can click Done to complete the trouble ticket. In study mode, you can complete a trouble ticket and display the explanation by clicking Done + Show Explanation. However, once you have clicked either of these two GREEN buttons, your responses will be recorded and the ticket button will turn RED. In simulation mode, you will be unable to reopen the ticket. 
Click the CLOSE button at the bottom right when you are ready to end the troubleshooting simulation. 
Layer 2 Topology 

   

IPv4 layer 3 Topology 

   
 
IPv6 Topology  

   

R1 

   

R2 

   

R3 

   

R4 

   

R5 

   
 
DS1 

   

DS2 

   

AS1 

   

PC1 

   
 
A network engineer has recently made several changes to your company’s network. A trouble ticket has been opened reporting that PC1 is no longer able to ping the external server at 210.98.76.54. 
Which of the following devices is the source of the problem?

  • A: R1
  • B: R2
  • C: R3
  • D: R4
  • E: R5
  • F: DS1
  • G: DS2
  • H: AS1









CONNECT US


ProfExam
PROFEXAM WITH A 20% DISCOUNT

You can buy ProfExam with a 20% discount..

Get Now!


HOW TO OPEN VCEX AND EXAM FILES

Use ProfExam Simulator to open VCEX and EXAM files
ProfExam Screen



HOW TO OPEN VCE FILES

Use VCE Exam Simulator to open VCE files
Avanaset