#1. You are the network administrator for a Windows Server 2012 R2 network. You have multiple remote locations connected to your main office by slow satellite links. You want to install DNS into these offices so that clients can locate authoritative DNS servers in the main location. What type of DNS servers should be installed in the remote locations?
#2. You are the network administrator for a large company that has one main site and one branch office. Your company has a single Active Directory forest, ABC.com. You have a single domain controller (ServerA) in the main site that has the DNS role installed. ServerA is configured as a primary DNS zone. You have decided to place a domain controller (ServerB) in the remote site and implement the DNS role on that server. You want to configure DNS so that, if the WAN link fails, users in both sites can still update records and resolve any DNS queries. How should you configure the DNS servers?
#3. Which of the following is an authoritative source of information about each DNS domain name?
#4. Which of the following is a system used for naming computers and network services that are organized into a hierarchy of domains?
#5. You are the network administrator for the ABC Company. Your network consists of two DNS servers named DNS1 and DNS2. The users who are configured to use DNS2 complain because they are unable to connect to Internet websites. The following table shows the configuration of both servers: *IMAGE STATES DNS1 _msdcs.abc.comabc.com DNS2 .(root)_msdcs.abc.cmabc.com The users connected to DNS2 need to be able to access the Internet. What needs to be done?
#6. You are the network administrator for a midsize computer company. You have a single Active Directory forest, and your DNS servers are configured as Active Directory Integrated zones. When you look at the DNS records in Active Directory, you notice that there are many records for computers that do not exist on your domain. You want to make sure that only domain computers register with your DNS servers. What should you do to resolve this issue?
#7. Which of the following features of an IP address reduces the size of Internet routing tables?
#8. Which of the following parameters is involved in determining firewall rules to allow traffic over the network?
#9. Which of the following servers is used to convert host names into IP addresses?
#10. Which of the following addresses is equivalent to IPv6?
#11. Which technique is used for encapsulating IPv6 traffic within IPv4 datagrams?
#12. You are responsible for DNS in your organization. You look at the DNS database and see a large number of older records on the server. These records are no longer valid. What should you do?
#13. Which of the following protocols transmits IPv6 nodes on top of an IPv4 network?
#14. You are the network administrator for Stellacon Corporation. Stellacon has two trees in its Active Directory forest, stellacon.com and abc.com. Company policy does not allow DNS zone transfers between the two trees. You need to make sure that when anyone in abc.com tries to access the stellacon.com domain, all names are resolved from the stellacon.com DNS server. What should you do?
#15. Which of the following mechanisms enables devices behind non-IPv6NAT routers to function as tunnel endpoints?
#16. You are the network administrator for a small company with two DNS servers: DNS1 and DNS2. Both DNS servers reside on domain controllers. DNS1 is set up as a standard primary zone, and DNS2 is set up as a secondary zone. A new security policy was written stating that all DNS zone transfers must be encrypted. How can you implement the new security policy?
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