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Installing, Configuring, Managing, Monitoring, and Troubleshooting IP Routing in a Windows 2000 Network Infrastructure

So you have your Windows 2000 network up and running? Great! This exam challenges your knowledge of and skill set for configuring Windows 2000's IP routing capabilities. You need to be able to install, configure, manage, monitor, and troubleshoot IP Routing to beat this exam objective.

1. You are the network administrator for a Windows 2000 domain. Your network has four Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, three Windows 2000 member servers, and 430 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. Your network is segmented into three networks with the network addresses of 131.107.2.x, 131.107.3.x, and 131.107.4.x. The IP address of the router for each network is 1. You are troubleshooting some connectivity problems from a workstation with the IP address of 131.107.2.33. You successfully ping a server with the IP address of 131.107.4.77; however, when you use the command arp –a, you do not see the MAC address for the remote server. Why not?

  1. The host does not have the IP address of the router configured properly.

  2. The host does not have the IP address of the router on the remote network.

  3. The host only has the IP address of the router because the host you are pinging is on a remote network.

  4. The routing tables are out of sync on 131.107.2.1.

Answer: 61

2. Beth is a Windows 2000 domain administrator with a network consisting of four Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, three Windows 2000 member servers, and 987 Windows 2000 Professional workstations—412 of which are mobile computers. Beth has hired Renee to configure an RRAS server so the users of the mobile computers can access the network via a VPN. Renee is not a member of the Domain Admins group, but she is member of the Administrators group on the member server. What must Beth do to allow Renee to install the RRAS server for the mobile computers?

  1. Beth must add Renee to the Server Operators group.

  2. Beth must add Renee to the Domain Admins group.

  3. Beth must add Renee to the RAS and IAS Security group.

  4. Beth must add the member server to the RAS and IAS Security group.

Answer: 62

3. You are a Windows 2000 consultant for a company called X78 Manufacturing. You have been hired to help Steven, the in-house network administrator, with the network. Currently, the network is a Windows 2000 domain with six Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, five Windows 2000 member servers, and 2,387 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. The network is segmented into five networks on a square-mile campus. For some reason, the communication between a few of the networks seems very sluggish. Steve thinks that the routers he has purchased need their routing tables updateIn fact, he wants to manually build the routing tables of the routers. Upon investigation, you discover that these routers are excellent devices made by a leader in the technology industry. You tell Steve that building the routing probably won't solve the problem. Why are you so confident?

  1. Newer routers don't allow you to edit the routing tables.

  2. Newer routers use static tables that are set at installation.

  3. Newer routers use dynamic tables to update their routing information.

  4. A network of this size doesn't need static tables.

Answer: 63

4. You are creating a Windows 2000 test lab with three networks. To create the three different networks, you added two NICs to two different Windows 2000 Servers. Your network now looks like Figure 1. What else must you add to the servers to enable routing?

Figure 1Figure 1 A Windows 2000 routed network.

  1. Nothing. Windows 2000 creates a routing table between the three networks.

  2. You must add and enable RIP.

  3. You must add and enable PPTP.

  4. You must configure RRAS to allow TCP/IP packets to be forwarded.

Answer: 64

5. You are creating a Windows 2000 test lab with three networks. To create the three different networks, you added two NICs to two different Windows 2000 Servers. Your network now looks like Figure 2. You now want to add RIP to the server so packets can be forwarded between the networks. How is RIP added?

Figure 2Figure 2 A Windows 2000 routed network.

  1. RIP is added through the Network Applet because it is a protocol.

  2. RIP is added by default. You must enable RIP on the TCP/IP properties for each card that is participating in the routing.

  3. RIP is added RRAS Console in the IP Routing container.

  4. RIP is added through the Sites and Services MMC.

Answer: 65

6. You are the Windows 2000 domain administrator for Digital Theory Research and Design, Inc. Your network has four Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, three Windows 2000 member servers, and 785 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. Your network has been segmented into six different subnets. Plans are underway to upgrade the routers between these networks, and you are interested in purchasing routers that use link-state routing. Daniel, your assistant, doesn't understand why you want to go with link-state routing over the common distance-vector-based routers. Of the following, which two are attributes of link-state routers? (Choose two.)

  1. Link-state routers periodically broadcast route information to other routers.

  2. Link-state routers exchange information only on routes that have changed.

  3. Link-state routers use flooding to share information.

  4. Link-state routers have slow convergence.

Answers: 66

7. You are a consultant for Windows 2000, and your client has a Windows 2000 domain that has six Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, four Windows 2000 member servers, and 1,497 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. This network has been segmented into four subnets. The client hired you for a project to analyze the communication between the routers, and for you to determine whether or not they should upgrade. For this assignment, you want to collect the broadcasts that the RIP routers are announcing on the network. What is the best way to do this?

  1. Use Network Monitor to capture the data.

  2. Add a router to the network and then print its routing table.

  3. Add silent RIP to a Windows 2000 Server, and capture its routing table.

  4. Use the SYSADMIN command on the router, and capture its routing table.

Answer: 67

8. You are a Windows 2000 network administrator, and your network has two locations a few miles apart. Users in each network must have a persistent connection to servers in each network. You have installed a T1 line to allow for maximum throughput, but your boss, Randy, wants to know what fault-tolerance method you have in place if the T1 line fails. Of the following, which is the best and most-economically-sound method?

  1. RAID-5

  2. Dial-on-demand router between the networks

  3. 802.11B

  4. OSPF

Answer: 68

9. Mary is the Windows 2000 network administrator whose network has four Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, three Windows 2000 member servers, and 345 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. She has configured a demand-dial router at a remote office to pass information to the central office as needeUpon review, she decided to enforce another layer of security. Which security schemes can Mary add to the demand-dial router? (Choose all that apply.)

  1. Encryption

  2. Callback

  3. Caller ID

  4. Account lockouts

Answers: 69

10. Mary is the Windows 2000 network administrator whose network has four Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, three Windows 2000 member servers, and 345 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. She has configured a demand-dial router at a remote office to pass information to the central office as needeUpon review, she decided to enforce another layer of security and to invoke certificate-based authentication. Which of the following certificate-based authentication protocols does not require a username and password to authenticate?

  1. EAS

  2. EAP

  3. L2TP

  4. PPTP

Answer: 70

11. You are configuring a Windows 2000 test lab in a segment environment, and you have configured one of your Windows 2000 Servers to act as a router between two networks. You have now added a second Windows 2000 Server to also be a router. You want to test and see whether these two machines are sharing routing information. Which of the following commands reveal the routing table?

  1. ROUTE Print

  2. ROUTE Unmask

  3. ROUTE View

  4. ROUTE Edit

Answer: 71

12. You are the consultant for Bobich Manufacturing, whose network has three segments, four Windows 2000 Servers acting as domain controllers, three Windows 2000 member servers, and 876 Windows 2000 Professional workstations. You are working with a Windows 2000 multihomed server that may be having trouble routing information through the network. You use the ROUTE Print command and see that all of the metric values are set to 2. What is the metric?

  1. The number of times the route has been used in the last 24 hours.

  2. The number of updates the router must experience before it will share its routing information.

  3. The number of updates the router must receive before it updates its routing table.

  4. The cost value of the route. Lowest routes are used first.

Answer: 72

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