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Question No. 1

Which cryptographic algorithm is used for data integrity?

Answer: A

Question No. 2

Which Cisco ASDM option configures WebVPN access on a Cisco ASA?

Answer: B

Question No. 3

Which Cisco ASDM option configures forwarding syslog messages to email?

Answer: A

Question No. 4

When using Clientless SSL VPN on a Cisco ASA, which authentication method is required for single sign-on?

Answer: D

Question No. 5

Which VPN solution is best for a collection of branch offices connected by MPLS that frequenty make VoIP calls between branches?

Answer: A

Question No. 6

In which situation would you enable the Smart Tunnel option with clientless SSL VPN?

Answer: B

Question No. 7

Refer to the exhibit.

A NOC engineer is in the process of entering information into the Create New VPN Connection Entry fields.

Which statement correctly describes how to do this?

Answer: D

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/security/vpn_client/cisco_vpn_client/vpn_client46/win/user/guide/vc4.html#wp1074766

Step 1 Start the VPN Client by choosing Start > Programs > Cisco Systems VPN Client > VPN Client.

Step 2 The VPN Client application starts and displays the advanced mode main window (Figure 4-1). If you are not already there, open the Options menu in simple mode and choose Advanced Mode or press Ctrl-M.

Step 3 Select New from the toolbar or the Connection Entries menu. The VPN Client displays a form

Step 4 Enter a unique name for this new connection. You can use any name to identify this connection; for example, Engineering. This name can contain spaces, and it is not case-sensitive.

Step 5 Enter a description of this connection. This field is optional, but it helps further identify this connection.

For example, Connection to Engineering remote server.

Step 6 Enter the hostname or IP address of the remote VPN device you want to access.

Group Authentication

Your network administrator usually configures group authentication for you. If this is not the case, use the following procedure:

Step 1 Click the Group Authentication radio button.

Step 2 In the Name field, enter the name of the IPSec group to which you belong. This entry is case-sensitive.

Step 3 In the Password field, enter the password (which is also case-sensitive) for your IPSec group. The field displays only asterisks.

Step 4 Verify your password by entering it again in the Confirm Password field.

Question No. 8

An engineer is configuring an IP VPN with IKEv2. Which two components are part of the IKEv2 proposal for this implementation? (Choose two.)

Answer: B, E

Question No. 9

An engineer has integrated a new DMVPN to link remote offices across the internet using Cisco IOS routers. When connecting to remote sites, pings and voice data appear to flow properly and all tunnel stats seem to show that are up. However, when trying to connect to a remote server using RDP, the connection fails. Which action resolves this issue?

Answer: C

Question No. 10

Refer to the exhibit.

Which two statements about the given configuration are true? (Choose two.)

Answer: A, C

Question No. 11

While attempting to establish a site-to-site VPN, the engineer notices that phase 1 of the VPN tunnel fails. The engineer wants to run a capture to confirm that the outside interface is receiving phase 1information from the thirdparty peer address. Which command must be run on the ASA to verify this information?

Answer: D

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