NNCSS-BayStack/BPS Switching Exam
Given the following information:
A new BayStack 470-48T switch is being initially configured
The definitions of the ports and VLANs have been completed.
Which tool should you use to implement the initial Quality of Service (QoS) configuration?
A. QoS Wizard
B. QoS Advanced
C. QoS Quick Config
D. QoS Startup
The connection to a file server from a BayStack 470-48T stack is via two 100Mbps
connections arranged in a MultiLink Trunk (MLT). You wish to increase both the throughput
and redundancy provided in this connection. How do you connect the server to the BayStack
A. With four 100Mbps connections defined in an MLT.
B. With four 100Mbps connections defined in a Distributed MLT (DMLT).
C. With six 100Mbps connections defined in a Split MLT (SMLT).
D. With six 100Mbps connections defined in a DMLT.
E. With four 100Mbps connections defined in an SMLT.
A BayStack 470-48T is initially being configured:
It is necessary to send the Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) traps to an
Optivity Network Management System (NMS) so that the switch can be monitored.
Using the Console Interface menus, the SNMP Configuration screen has been entered.
To specify a trap receiver, both an IP address and a Community String must be specified.
What is the requirement for the community string when defining a trap receiver?
A. It must be the read community string for the BayStack 470-48T.
B. It must be the read-write community string for the BayStack 470-48T.
C. It must be a community string that has been defined on the Optivity NMS for the
D. It must be the read-write community string that has been defined on the Optivity NMS for
the BayStack 470-48T.
Port-based VLAN 10 has been configured on a standalone BayStack 470-24T switch. Port