NNCSS Baystack Switching
You are configuring a BayStack 470-48T switch for QoS and it is necessary to implement
a meter as follows:
Limit bandwidth utilization to 20 Mbps.
Drop all traffic that exceeds the 20 Mbps threshold.
How do you ensure that traffic that exceeds the 20 Mbps threshold is dropped?
A. When adding the meter to the policy, set Out-of-Profile Action to Drop_Traffic .
B. When defining the Committed Burst Size of the meter, set Maximum Burst Size to 0
C. When adding the meter to the interface group, set Threshold-Exceeded-Traffic to
D. When defining the Committed Burst Size of the meter, set Maximum Burst Size to 0
kbps and Duration to 0 seconds .
A BayStack 450-24T switch will be added to an existing stack of two BayStack 470-24T
switches. The software Release running on the BayStack 450-24T switch is compatible
with the software Release running on the BayStack 470-24T switches. To complete the
stack creation successfully, which two configuration changes are necessary? (Choose
A. Set the Unit Select switch on the BayStack 450-24T to the "Off" position.
B. Set the Unit Select switch on the BayStack 450-24T to "Base" ("On" position).
C. Set the Stack Mode for all BayStack 470-24T switches to Hybrid and then reset the
D. Cable the BayStack 450-24T switch into the stack, power off all units, and then power
up the stack.
E. Set the Stack Mode for the Base BayStack 470-24T switch to Hybrid and leave the
other BayStack 470-24T switch as Pure.
Answer: A, C
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Given the following BayStack 325-24T switch configuration:
VLAN 10 is a port-based VLAN.
Port 1 is an untagged member of VLAN 10.
Port 5 is a tagged member of VLAN 10.
The device on Port 1 transmits an untagged frame to the device on Port 5. How will an
untagged frame be treated when it