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1. Which type of protocol is OSPF and what metric does it use to determine best path?

2. What is the function of the authentication service?

3. A customer reports they can no longer access their services and a network administrator has been assigned to investigate. A UFD disabled error status appears on all ports.

What caused the issue?

4. What is an advantage of UFD?

5. Which best describes traffic flow in a campus network environment?

6. Which command is used to create a non-default VRF instance?

7. How does a DHCP Client make a request to a DHCP server following an offer?

8. Refer to the exhibit.

What is the VRRP state of OS10-A after a router with a default VRRP admin priority with VRID100 comes online?

9. To which IEEE standard are dynamic LAGs compliant on Dell EMC Networking OS10 switches?

10. When configuring a vrf instance for the management interface that has been in use, what step must be done first to configure it?


 

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