Which devices can communicate with each other at Layer 2? A.Devices 1 and 2 can communicate at Layer 2; Devices 3 and 4 can communicate at Layer 2.B.Devices 2 and 3 can communicate at Layer 2.C.Devices 1 and 4 can communicate at Layer 2.D.Devices 1 and 4 can communicate at Layer 2; Devices 2 and 3 can communicate at Layer 2.Answer:C NO.12An ArubaOS switch operates at factory default settings. A network administrator enters thiscommand:Switch (config)# password operator plaintext mysecretHow does the switch now control access to the CLI through the console port? NO.13Refer to the exhibit.What should the network administrator do to permit Switch-1 to route traffic from a client in10.1.11.0/24 to a client in 10.1.12.0/24? IT Certification Guaranteed, The Easy Way! 7
NO.14 A company has ArubaOS switches that are already configured to support the network. Thecompany now wants to use Aruba AirWave to manage the switches. The network administratorcreates a new group on Aruba AirWave, and then discovers several ArubaOS switches that shouldbelong to this group.What is the best practice for the initial authorization of the switches in AirWave? NO.15Refer to the exhibit.A network administrator logs in to the CLI of a Virtual Switching Framework (VSF) fabric and entersthe command shown in the exhibit.What does the output reveal? A.MAD assistant at 10.1.0.2 failed to respond to probe requests.B.The VSF link failed, and MAD shut down the links on the other member.C.MAD is configured incorrectly and causes a split brain situation to occur.D.The VSF link failed, and MAD shut down the links on this switch.Answer:B
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