Category: 352-001 (v.1)

Exam 352-001: Cisco Advance Design (ADVDESIGN) (update January 7th, 2015)

Which feature could be implemented in the design to allow the Spanning Tree Protocol on the switches to be protected?

A network designer is redesigning an enterprise campus network to ensure that Ethernet switches
proactively attempt to reconnect after a fiber cut. In the design, they will have to address areas
where fiber cuts exist on campus from past troubleshooting, where a single fiber is disconnected in
the fiber pair, leading to looping. Which feature could be implemented in the design to allow the
Spanning Tree Protocol on the switches to be protected?

Which design allows for a stable network when there is a risk of interference from the manufacturing hardware in use on the factory floor?

A switched network is being designed to support a manufacturing factory. Due to cost constraints,
fiber-based connectivity is not an option. Which design allows for a stable network when there is a
risk of interference from the manufacturing hardware in use on the factory floor?

How can this be done without producing any Layer 2 loops within the network design?

A service provider has a Resilient Ethernet Protocol ring running as a metro backbone between its
locations in one city. A customer wants to connect one site with one box redundant to the Resilient
Ethernet Protocol ring at two different service provider locations. How can this be done without
producing any Layer 2 loops within the network design?

which three ways should the design of the STP domain be optimized for server and application performance?

Refer to the exhibit.

Your company designed a network to allow server VLANs in a data center to span all access
switches. In the design, Layer 3 VLAN interfaces and HSRP are configured on the aggregation
switches. In which three ways should the design of the STP domain be optimized for server and
application performance? (Choose three.)


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