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Packereer Packetshaper 6 Certification Exam
A custom traffic class has been created for a device on the network. The Inbound/Test class has
been created with a criteria for the IP address of 10.1.1.3. This device uses HTTP, SMTP, and
POP3. This device needs a different set of rules than the other devices on the network. The
following traffic tree shows the placement of the class in the tree. How do you make sure an
HTTP flow to 10.1.1.3 is being classified in the Inbound/Test class?
A. set class to Exception
B. set class to Inheritable
C. turn on Top Talkers/Listeners
D. turn on traffic discovery within class
You want to create a Citrix class that will match traffic by client name and an HTTP class that will
match traffic by user-agent and URL. Which command set can you use to determine what you
should specify in your matching rules?
A. traffic flow
B. traffic history
C. class criteria
D. class capture-ids
Which statement about hostlists is true?
A. You can re-use the same hostlist for multiple classes.
B. You cannot have DNS names and IP addresses in the same list.
C. You can copy a hostlist created under /Inbound to /Outbound to reuse it.
D. You cannot add DNS names to a list if you have not set the DNS server in Setup.
A PacketShaper is located at a branch office with a 256 Kbps WAN connection to the corporate
office. The administrator wants to classify traffic based on a series of port numbers (6005 through
6007) that the application server at the corporate office listens on. When creating the class, which
two matching rule scenarios classify this traffic? (Choose two.)
A. single matching rule with value of 6005-6007 listed in the Inside