Chapter 13


"Do I Know This Already?" Quiz

1.

C

2.

B

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D

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A

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C

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B

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C

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D

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A

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B

Q&A

1.

What is the maximum amount of traffic that the IDSM-2 can monitor?

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Answer: The IDSM-2 can monitor a maximum of 600 Mbps.

2.

How many interfaces does the IDSM-2 have, and what are their functions?

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Answer: The IDSM-2 has four interfaces: two monitoring ports, one command and control port, and one TCP reset port.

3.

What version of CatOS must you run to use IDSM-2?

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Answer: To use IDSM-2, you must use Catalyst OS 7.5(1) or later.

4.

What version of IOS must you run to use IDSM-2?

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Answer: To use IDSM-2, you must use Cisco IOS Release 12.1(19)E or later.

5.

How does the operation of the IDSM-2 impact the switch's performance?

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Answer: Since the IDSM-2 receives traffic directly from your switch's backplane, it does not impact the performance of the Catalyst switch.

6.

Which switch command do you use to verify the IDSM-2 status?

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Answer: The show module switch command enables you to verify the status of the IDSM-2.

7.

Which two time-configuration options do you have for the IDSM-2?

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Answer: The IDSM-2 can be configured to either use the switch's time or get time from an NTP server.

8.

If your IDSM-2 is in slot 6, what IOS switch command enables you to access the IDSM-2 CLI?

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Answer: The session slot 6 processor 1 command enables you to access the IDSM-2 in slot 6 on a switch running IOS.

9.

Which ports are monitoring ports on the IDSM-2?

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Answer: Ports 7 and 8 are monitoring ports on the IDSM-2.

10.

Which port is the command and control port on the IDSM-2?

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Answer: Port 2 is the command and control port on the IDSM-2.

11.

Which port is the TCP reset port on the IDSM-2?

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Answer: Port 1 is the TCP reset port on the IDSM-2.

12.

What does a red status LED on the IDSM-2 indicate?

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Answer: A red status LED on the IDSM-2 indicates that a diagnostic other than an individual port test has failed.

13.

What does an amber status LED on the IDSM-2 indicate?

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Answer: An amber status LED on the IDSM-2 indicates that the IDSM is running through its boot and self-test diagnostic sequence, it is disabled, or it is shut down.



CCSP IPS Exam Certification Guide
CCSP IPS Exam Certification Guide
ISBN: 1587201461
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2004
Pages: 119
Authors: Earl Carter

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