CCIE SP Written Exam Practice Questions


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CCIE Service Provider overview:

The CCIE Service Provider would ensure that the senior service provider networking professionals who implement, troubleshoot, and optimize Cisco service provider IP next-generation networks, have the expert-level of knowledge and skills in order to build an extensible service provider infrastructure so as to deliver rich managed services. CCIE SP would be consisting of CCIE SP Written Exam and CCIE SP Lab exam.

CCIE Service Provider Written Exam:

The CCIE Service Provider Written Exam is considered to be a two-hour test with questions about 90 to 110 that would be validating the professionals who have the expertise in designing, diagnosing, implementing, and troubleshooting complex Service Provider highly available network infrastructure and services which would be based on dual stack solutions; understand how the service and network components interoperate; and understand the functional requirements and which would translate into specific device configurations. An Evolving Technologies section is included only in the written exam. It would be enabling the candidates so as to bridge their core technology expertise with knowledge of the evolving technologies that would be being adopted at an accelerated pace, like the cloud, IoT, and network programmability.

 

After you have completed the CCIE Service Provider Written Exam, your next step would be to clear the CCIE Service Provider Lab Exam, so as to be certified as the CCIE Credential Holders. To become a CCIE Service Provider Credential Holder, you must gain the training courses, which are provided by the SPOTO.

01. Which two frame types are considered correct when configuring T3 interfaces?

a) Extended Super Frame

b) G.832

c) M23

d) C-bit parity

e) G.751

f) Super Frame

 

02. An engineer would just have configured IOS-XR with out-of-band MPP. Which would be the three results that will occur?

a) Interfaces configured for out-of-band MPP are still considered to be a part of global routing/forwarding

b) RP/DRP Ethernet Interfaces are not considered to be default out-of-band interfaces.

c) MPP configuration would be changing, doesn’t affect active sessions that would be established before the changes.

d) LPTS will provide rate limiting If MPP would be disabled and a protocol is activated, all interfaces cannot pass the traffic.

f) Management traffic to RPfrom all non-MPP interfaces is dropped

 

03. Which two sentences about forwarding equivalence class (FEC) are true?

a) FEC might correspond to a destination IP subnet, but there is a possibility that it might also correspond to any traffic class that would be having an edge LSR considers significant.

b) FEC is a group of IP packets would be forwarded over a different path, but with the same forwarding treatment.

c) FEC is a group of IP packets would be forwarded over the same path, and with the same forwarding treatment.

d) FEC is a group of IP packets would be forwarded over a different path, but with the different forwarding treatment.

e) FEC is a group of IP packets would be forwarded over the same path, but with a different forwarding treatment.

 

04. Which are the two functions of the MPLS label value 1?

a) It is utilized for MPLS OAM packets.

b) It would indicate a router alert label.

c) It would indicate an explicit null label.

d) It is utilized to carry the QoS value in the label stack.

e) It is utilized for VPNv6 packets.

f) It would indicate an implicit null label.

 

 Cisco Certified Internetwork Expert Service Provider Credential is considered to be one of the most demanded certifications in the field of Information Technology, and thus gaining it would be the most difficult task. If you wish to have your desired certification, you should gain the best training courses, provided by SPOTO.

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