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May 8th, 2018 in TSHOOT v2 Go to comments

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Explanation

All of these can be modified: protocol, IP destination address, repeat count, Datagram size, Timeout, source address/interface, type of service, DF bit, Validate reply data, Data pattern, Loose, Strict, Record, Timestamp, Verbose, Sweep range of sizes.

Reference: https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/ip/routing-information-protocol-rip/13730-ext-ping-trace.html

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

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  1. Anonymous
    November 15th, 2019

    Did the test yesterday and got 600, didn’t pass. the layer2 buggy questions confused me and I couldn’t concentrate..

  2. failedccnpboi
    November 15th, 2019

    Any update on the answer for this one? I answered the ACL on R2 blocked the traffic. is it correct?

    Topology: R1-–-R2-–-R3
    + a GRE tunnel between R1 and R3
    Static routing configured on R1: 0.0.0.0/0 via R2
    Static routing configured on R3: 0.0.0.0/0 via R2
    RIP enabled on all routers
    Users complain that connectivity is sometimes lost

  3. Abdur
    November 15th, 2019

    7 & Ticket 13 as the port-security feature is also used in ticket 13 (but port-security is not an issue in ticket 13). In ticket 13 – DHCP Helper-address, you will find port-security configured on ASW1 but it is not the problem as the port-security is good (check with the “show interface fa1/0/1” command on ASW1 and you will see this interface is still in up/up state. Also if we use “ipconfig” command on Client1, we will see APIPA address (169.254.x.x).

    Can someone clarify in such scenario if we run “show port-security” in ASW1 it will show up or down?

    It happened the same with one of our colleague. Interfaces were up in “show interface brief” in ASW1, IP helper wrong IP configured in DSW1..But the ports were showing down in “show port-security”

    Which one to choose its issue of port security or IP-helper?

  4. @failedccnpboi
    November 15th, 2019

    Recursive Routing is the answer

  5. Anonymous
    November 15th, 2019

    Did the test before tow days and got 611, didn’t pass. they change all the MULTIPLE CROSSES and simulations HSRP+BGP , 4 D&B .

  6. 4 D&B??
    November 15th, 2019

    Sounds like a decent night. Do one you’re chatting shit.

  7. studyhard
    November 15th, 2019

    When you take the real exam, are the ticket numbers consistent? Is tkt1 here the same tkt1 on the real exam?

  8. Caloy
    November 16th, 2019

    Lots of people pass yesterday based on the TShoot share experience link. Read the comments their and see what points you can get. I think some of the people failed yesterday/day due to not mastering the Labs.

    https://www.networktut.com/share-your-tshoot-v2-0-experience

  9. BOB MARLEY
    November 16th, 2019

    G1/2 is the root port for SW4, please choose the command so G1/1 can be the new root port?

    A. spanning-tree cost 1 on interfca g1/1
    B. spanning-tree cost 5 on interface gi0/1
    C. spanning-tree port priority 0 on g1/1
    D. spanning-tree port priority 0 on g1/2

    Answer: C

    Is this correct? A lot of people saying B. spanning-tree cost 5 on interface gi0/1 is the answer…

  10. Smh.gif
    November 17th, 2019

    Which tickets are on the exam?

  11. Pedro
    November 17th, 2019

    Hi there, any person have a exhibit for the new question of spanning-tree:
    G1/2 is the root port for SW4, please choose the command so G1/1 can be the new root port?

    Please if you have the image of the exhibit… share! is very helpful por uderstand the correct answer.

  12. Anonymous
    November 18th, 2019

    I think Bob Marley is right. Also for the new questions for the premium members can someone please create the test link.

  13. Kolio
    November 18th, 2019

    Hi Guys, I passed on 15.11. Interesting is that I did not get 1000!! I though I nailed it but.
    The only new/interesting question was for GRE tunnel who mentioned failedccnpboi.
    I answered recursive routing – obviously not the answer….
    There is an ACL :
    deny icmp any any
    deny tcp any any
    permit ip any any
    It is on the R2 port pointing R1.

    I hope this is helpfull.

  14. networkthug96
    November 18th, 2019

    @kolio do you mind sharing the dumps you used

  15. JATS
    November 18th, 2019

    Networktut, please could you confirm the correct Solution for the new MCQs?
    and the test link?
    thanks

  16. Pumbaa
    November 18th, 2019

    @Pedro,

    I pass the exam last week 9xx , but this spanning tree I’m not sure the answer.
    Exhibit is a “show spanning-tree” and shows G1/1 as cost 4, G1/2 as cost 1.
    Options are
    A. spanning-tree cost 1 on interface g1/1
    B. spanning-tree cost 5 on interface g1/2
    C. xxx
    D. xxx

    For me both A, B look right. Changing port-priority doesn’t make sense I guess…

  17. Rye
    November 18th, 2019

    Just passed my exam last Friday w/ 9xx mark. Same set of exam w/ mr.Sau. Thank you Networktut for this great study reference. Many thanks to all who shared their experience as well.
    Above all thank you Lord Jesus for the wisdom and knowledge.

  18. Anonymous
    November 18th, 2019

    where is the flash link for MCQ?

  19. Bob
    November 18th, 2019

    What’s the best way to troubleshoot tickets so I know which device the error is on?

  20. FlashLink
    November 18th, 2019

    Where is the flash link?

  21. SomeDude
    November 18th, 2019

    So I got a 980 today, passed! Thank God, I studied for 6months using NBT Nuggets and the sims and tickets here. Everything you see here is 100% Ignore the format and IPs and learn the knowledge. Also, I found that its hard to read if its a IPV6 or IPV4 ticket, so have a plan. Mine:

    Ipconfig on Client1
    – if no ip, then troubleshoot as IPV4
    – If there is an IP, ping 209.65.200.241, if you can, then troubleshoot as IPV6

    *NEXT
    Go to R2 and do show IPV6 OSPF neighbor
    – count how many neighbors…
    Go to R3 and do show IPV6 OSPF neighbor
    – count how many neighbors…
    Total up your counts from R2 and R3 = Router with the issue
    – i.e. if you see 3 neighbors total, the problem is on R3, if you see 4 neighbors, then problem is on R4 etc.

    Good luck all… Good luck and stick with NetTUT, the SIMS and Tickets here are the best.

  22. Anonymous
    November 19th, 2019

    Feeling very comfortable with the sims and tickets. However, the MCQs are concerning me. You can’t really “study” these, as there’s not enough context or the questions/answers are incomplete.

    If I’m taking my exam in the next 2 weeks then should I literally just memorise the November updates? Can anyone confirm that I will only be asked questions from the November update?

    Also, what weighting to they give to the MCQs?

  23. Anonymous
    November 19th, 2019

    I and some my friends just passed CCNP TShoot with 1000/1000, we make sure following answers:

    @@@D&D
    1) Follwing the buttom-up TShoot methods, please order from step 1 to step 4 how to solve an issue with an IP phone:
    1. Check PoE
    2. Check VLAN
    3. Change DHCP GW with option 150
    4. Check image file from TFTP server

    2) GRE tunnel missing configuration betwen R1 and R2
    R1
    source 10.1.1.1
    destination 10.1.2.1

    R2
    source 10.1.2.1
    destination 10.1.1.1

    @@@MCQs
    Q1: B. ipv6 traffic-filter (in/out)
    Q2: A. sh ip interface
    D. sh ip traffic
    Q3: A. Asymmetric

    Q4: E. 60 permit tcp host 2002:2000:2:2:2::2 host 2000:ABC:20:2:2::2 eq 22
    Q5: A. Apply exec-timeout 0 0 in line console 0
    Q6: A. EXSTART
    Q7: B. spanning-tree cost 5 on interface Gi0/2
    Q8: B. Different VTP domains
    Q9: A. Recursive routing
    Q10: A: Change the source ip which is wrong on R2
    @Contact me to get share full dump for practise (VCE + tool player, PDF, Flowchat for Ticket and sim lab files) with question and explanation description: s a u _ h o l o (at) y a h o o . c o m

  24. Anonymous
    November 19th, 2019

    Today I have passed my exam 1000/1000 everything here is correct. Simplets, tickets, questions. EVERYTHING!!!
    Thx networktut!

  25. Kolio
    November 19th, 2019

    @networkthug96
    Mainly I am using NetworkTut, but also lots of studying materials like CBT labs(GNS 18 labs on Linux VM), Cert guide, Youtube channels(like David Bombal and Kevin Wallace).
    @Anonymous
    I had same issue – was not so confident about MCQ(I know the labs), but here in NetworkTut take a look of last comments(like last 20-30), also take a look of old MCQs(September, October).

    You have to study!! Guys, come on!!

  26. Nett
    November 19th, 2019

    Hello, does anyone know when the questions will change again, in September I remember that they changed on 27, now in October and November they know what date they changed?

    Or they know more or less when they could change again????????

    ?????????

  27. me
    November 19th, 2019

    Today I have passed my exam 1000/1000 everything here is correct. EVERYTHING!!!
    Thx networktut!

  28. WTF
    November 19th, 2019

    Failed today with 800. None of the MCQs were in the October PDF and some questions very ambiguous where 2 answers would both solve the issue. Does anyone have a link to the Sept pdf questions?

  29. Jhon
    November 20th, 2019

    Abdur about your Q for ticket 13 it should be IP helper problem because if u do “sh int f1/0/1” u will see it’s connected so the port security didn’t effect.

  30. Jhon
    November 20th, 2019

    BOB MARLEY
    I think the correct answer is “B. spanning-tree cost 5 on interface Gi0/2” because if u notice its G speed and the cost for G speed is 4 so if u make the cost 5 then G1/1 will be less so will be the root port

  31. Caloy
    November 20th, 2019

    I just passed today with a grade of 1000/1000 hours ago

    Cost of 5 on STP is correct. You will understand it once you see the whole question logs

    There are 2-3 new question for GRE Tunnel. The question revolves on what should be the source and destination IP. Make sure you understand the basic configuration of GRE Tunnel

    Labs are all valid.

  32. JATS
    November 21st, 2019

    Yesterday (20th Nov) I passed 1000/1000, so that EVERYTHING is correct in Networktut. The same MCQ, Tickets, HSRP, BGP…even the same IPs
    I got the spanning-tree MCQ  ‘cost 5’ is correct

    Good luck

  33. Anonymous
    November 21st, 2019

    @JATS all MCQs @Anonymous post is still valid

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