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NNCSS- Contivity VPN Switch Release 5.0
A customer has a Contivity 5000 at a site with two Branch Office tunnel connections. The
branch office tunnels use RIP for tunnel endpoint establishment. During setup of the
Contivity 5000, the customer setup and enabled Contivity Interface Filters. Shortly
afterwards they notice that the Branch Office tunnel has gone down. What is the possible
cause of the problem?
A. The interface filter is set to deny TCP.
B. The interface filter is set to deny UDP.
C. The interface filter is set to block the origin IP.
D. An interface filter and a firewall is turned on at the same time.
Click the Exhibit button. An administrator is logged into a local Contivity. The Contivity 5.0
event log shown in the exhibit displays the results of a branch office tunnel between a
Contivity 5000 and a Contivity 1700. What can be said about the branch office tunnel?
A. The tunnel was initiated from the local switch.
B. The tunnel was initiated from the remote switch.
C. The tunnel is a peer-to-peer static routing tunnel.
D. The tunnel is a peer-to-peer dynamic routing tunnel.
E. Perfect Forward Secrecy is required on one end of the tunnel but not configured.
Answer: A, D
You have been tasked to troubleshoot a customer's Contivity network. You log into the
Contivity to view information in the routing table and identify UTUNNEL routes. What does
the UTUNNEL status information mean?
A. access list are enabled
B. Route Policy Services are enabled
C. Client Address Redistribution is enabled
D. the UTUNNEL route is the same as a Static route
Your company has been using a Contivity 1740 switch running Release 5.0. A telecommuter