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Question #1

According to InformationWeek, what percentage of any IT budget is spent on keeping the
network up and running?

A. 50 percent

B. 60 percent

C. 70 percent

D. 80 percent

Explanation: In fact, more than 70 percent of any IT budget is spent
just keeping the lights on, leaving less than 30 percent
to deliver business-critical innovation.
Reference: FlexManagement converges network management and orchestration
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/docs/mark/4AA3-4496ENW.pdf

Question #2

What are two ways that the HP products positioned at the core of mid-sized business HP
FlexCampus solutions, as well as the products positioned at the edge, promote
environmental efficiency? (Select two.)

A. They can operate at a lower temperature than most competing products.

B. They support granular power management with Link Layer Discovery Protocol-Media Endpoint Discovery (LLDP-MED).

C. They have a centralized computing architecture.

D. They can operate at a higher temperature than most competing products.

E. They have a distributed computing architecture.

Explanation: B: Media Endpoint Discovery is an enhancement of LLDP, known as LLDP-
MED, that provides the following facilities:
* Extended and automated power management of Power over Ethernet (PoE) end points.
(B)
* Auto-discovery of LAN policies (such as VLAN, Layer 2 Priority and Differentiated
services (Diffserv) settings) enabling plug and play networking.
* Device location discovery to allow creation of location databases and, in the case of Voice
over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Enhanced 911 services.
* Inventory management, allowing network administrators to track their network devices,
and determine their characteristics (manufacturer, software and hardware versions, serial
or asset number).
C: Endpoint energy management
Network based energy management for laptops, VDI, IP phones and other endpoints.

Question #3

A customer has a multivendor network and wants a single point of contact for support. After
talking to the customer, you think the customer would also be interested in a dedicated
phone number for support cells and a guarantee that HP Support would respond
immediately to problems that interrupt network services. Which care pack would you
recommend for this custom or?

A. HP Proactive 24

B. HP Proactive Select

C. HP Support Plus 24

D. HP Critical Service

Explanation: HP provides Critical Service (CS) customers with a dedicated phone support
center. Using VIP number, customers do not have to wait after getting through to the
response center. Critical business response center engineers will promptly respond to your
calls, and quickly diagnose and handle problems, thereby shortening system restoration
time and improving system availability.
Reference: HP Mission Critical Service
http://h20427.www2.hp.com/services/whitepaper/cn/zh/document/UF_CS_en_20060401.p
df

Question #4

A mid-sized business customer is upgrading the campus LAN core. The company
implements Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) routing and also wants to use Virtual Router
Redundancy Protocol (VRRP) to enhance high availability
What solution should the sales professional suggest for the campus LAN core?

A. HP 7500 switches, which are required to provide the advanced routing features

B. HP 8200 zl switches, which offer built-in premium support for the advanced routing features

C. HP 8200 zl switches with the additional purchase of a premium license

D. HP 5400 zl switches, which will implement Routing Information Protocol as an alternative to OSPF

Explanation: The 8200 zl includes the features:
* OSPF provides OSPFv2 for IPv4 routing and OSPFv3 for IPv6 routing
* Nonstop Routing enhances Layer 3 high availability; OSPFv2/v3 and VRRP will
continue to operate and route network traffic during failover from an active to a standby
management module
Note: ResiliencyRedundant power supplies, hot-swappable/hot-insertable modules,
MSTP, switch meshing, VRRP, OSPF-ECMP, and redundant management and fabric
modules (8200 zl series)
Reference: HP 8200 zl Switch Series
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/us/en/products/switches/HP_8200_zl_Switch_Series/index.as
px
Reference: HP 8200 zl, 5400 zl, 3500, and 6200 yl Switch Series
http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetPDF.aspx/4AA0-5388ENW.pdf

Question #5

The 5400 zl and 8200 zl share which features? (Select three.)

A. support for HP AllianceONE solutions

B. support for the same interface modules

C. support for redundant, hot-swappable power supplies

D. support for dual, load-sharing fabric modules

E. support for dual management modules that support transparent active/standby switchover

Explanation: A: Solution integration5400 zl/8200 zl-hosted application/services
deployment via
HP AllianceONE Services zl Module
C: A power supply is hot-swappable provided at least one other power
supply is operational. If the 5412 zl switch has only two power supplies and one of them
fails, then only the upper six
slots (slots A through F) will receive power.
8200 zl: Hot-swappable modules interface, management, and fabric modules as well as
mini-GBIC optics and power supplies can be removed, swapped, or added to the system
without interrupting ongoing switch operations.
E: The high-availability design of the HP 8200 zl Switch Series, with its dual-management
and fabric modules and
HP Networkings auto-synchronizing capability, positions this switch perfectly as a
distribution/aggregation switch,
for medium-scale core applications, or for mission-critical access layer deployments. It
shares the same software and
hardware capabilities with the HP 5400 zl, 3500, and 6200 yl Switch Series.
The dual MM design allows either module to manage the system in an active/standby
model.
On 5400 zl:
Rather than duplicate status information and control buttons on each of the dual
management modules, the System Support Module creates a common location
Reference: HP 8200 zl, 5400 zl, 3500, and 6200 yl Switch Series, Technical White Paper
http://h20195.www2.hp.com/v2/GetPDF.aspx/4AA0-5388ENW.pdf (page 5, 60)

Question #6

Which statement is true of the MSM APs in the FlexNetwork portfolio for the mid-sized
business?

A. The MSM460 and MSM466 APs can be managed by or deployed independent of a controller. The MSM430 is a managed AP only.

B. Like the MSM460 and MSM466, the MSM430 delivers near Gigabit Ethernet performance for the wireless network, but it supports just two WLAN profiles. The MSM460 and MSM466 support up to 16 profiles.

C. All three MSM APs support beamforming and band steering for RF optimization.

D. Only the MSM460 and MSM466 support concurrent 5 GHz operations.

Explanation: HP E-Series Mobility E-MSM460, 466 & 430 Access Point
Features and benefits include:
* Beamforming:
Better coverage area
Better performance at distances from the AP
Bandsteering:
Steers wireless clients to the 5 GHz band for outstanding performance
Reference: HP E-802.11n Dual Radio Access Point Series, Data Sheet
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/docs/products/4AA3-2358ENW.pdf

Question #7

What architecture does HP recommend you lead with for WAN acceleration at a large
branch?

A. HP MSR50 with WAN acceleration feature

B. HP MSR30 with WAN acceleration feature

C. HP MSR20 with WAN acceleration feature

D. Riverbed Steelhead WAN acceleration

Explanation: How HP ProCurve and Riverbed help you meet the challenge
Using WAN optimization solutions from Riverbed,
enterprises may experience a significant
improvement in application performance. These
dramatic results allow businesses to take
advantage of their networks, infrastructure, and
applications in ways they had never imagined
possible.
Riverbed helps enterprises across different
verticals optimize their WAN networks for
performance and utilization. Riverbed delivers a
comprehensive solution for WAN optimization by
addressing key factors that slow application
performance over WANs: network, application, and
storage limitations. Riverbed solutions allow
companies to connect their data centers, remote
offices, and mobile workers with higher network
speeds.
Reference: HP ProCurve and Riverbed Technology Alliance Riverbed WAN optimization
http://www.riverbed.com/us/assets/media/documents/briefs/SolutionBrief-Riverbed-HP.pdf

Question #8

When plugged in to PCM+, which management tool can dynamically apply security and
performance settings based on user, device, location, time, and client system state?

A. Identity Driven Manager (IDM)

B. Network Immunity Manager (NIM)

C. User Access Management (UAM)

D. Endpoint Admission Defense (EAD)

Explanation: Product overview
HP Identity Driven Manager (IDM), a plug-in to HP PCM+, dynamically provisions network
security and performance settings based on user, device, location, time, and endpoint
posture. Identity Driven Manager provides network administrators with the ability to
centrally define and apply policy-based network access rights that allow the network to
automatically adapt to the needs of users and devices as they connect, thereby enforcing
network security while providing appropriate access to authorized network users and
devices.
Reference: HP Identity Driven Manager Software Series
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/us/en/products/network-
management/HP_Identity_Driven_Manager_Software_Series/index.aspx

Question #9

A mid-sized business has a data center that uses virtualization to host services for
subscribers. An HP sales professional is proposing a solution for this data center, and the
conversation has turned to security. The customer states that visualization already isolates
OSs from each other and wonders why the data center would need a special solution to
provide extra security
What should the sales professional explain about the particular security needs of virtualized
environments? (Select two.)

A. Traffic between virtual server Instances might never cross the physical wire, making it difficult to filter the traffic with traditional solutions.

B. Virtual servers cannot be patched as easily and automatically as non-virtual servers so they make a vulnerable target

C. Because the virtual services share a physical machine, when one is infected with a virus, all other instances on that machine are infected as well.

D. Hypervisors, which manage workloads for multiple virtual server instances, make a valuable and vulnerable target for hackers

E. Although virtual switches (vSwitches) support many of the same security features as traditional switches they require a management system to deploy them and activate the correct features dynamically

Explanation: A: For efficiency in communications between virtual machines (VMs), most
virtualization platforms include the ability to create software-based virtual networks and
switches inside of the physical host to enable VMs to communicate directly. This traffic will
not be visible to network-based security protection devices, such as network-based
intrusion prevention systems.
Gartner recommends that at a minimum, organizations require the same type of monitoring
they place on physical networks, so that they don't lose visibility and control when
workloads and networks are virtualized.
D: Given the privileged level that the hypervisor/VMM holds in the stack, hackers have
already begun targeting this layer to potentially compromise all the workloads hosted above
it. From an IT security and management perspective, this layer must be patched, and
configuration guidelines must be established.
Note: Risk: Adequate controls on administrative access to the Hypervisor/VMM layer
and to administrative tools are lacking
Because of the critical support the hypervisor/VMM layer provides, administrative access to
this layer must be tightly controlled, but this is complicated by the fact that most
virtualization platforms provide multiple paths of administration for this layer.Gartner
recommends restricting access to the virtualization layer as with any sensitive OS and
favoring virtualization platforms that support role-based access control of administrative
responsibilities to further refine who can do what within the virtual environment. Where
regulatory and/or compliance requirements dictate, organizations should evaluate the need
for third-party tools to provide tight administrative control.
Reference: Six common virtualization security risks and how to combat them
http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=9023

Question #10

A mid-sized business customer needs a FlexCampus solution that reduces latency for the
company's Unified Communications and Collaborations (UC&C) applications. What selling
point of the HP 6400 zl and 8200 zl switches can you emphasize?

A. The switches share buffer memory across each v2 module, which enables them to provide up to 18 MB.

B. The switches' built-in ASIC delivers latency-reducing algorithms built into the hardware.

C. The switches, acting at the edge, provide the intelligence required to classify UC&C traffic and reduce its latency.

D. The switches implement advanced traffic policing techniques across a high density of 10G ports

Explanation: Both 6400 cl and 8200 cl provides the feature:
Layer 2 to 4 and intelligent edge feature set
The 8200 cl provides the feature:
HP Unified Core-to-Edge hardware HP ProVision family-common interface and service
modules, Gigabit optics/10-GbE transceivers, and power supplies enable sparing simplicity
Note 1: HP 6400 cl Switch Series
Product overview
The HP 6400 cl Series consists of 6-port 10-GbE stackables with optional 10-GbE add-on
modules. Loaded with full Layer 3 features, the 6400cl series switches offer low-cost 10-
GbE for high-performance aggregation of clusters of Gigabit switches. Ideal for
consolidating multiple wiring closets, the HP E6400 cl Series also provides fiber flexibility to
connect remote campuses up to 40 km away.
Distribution layer
Layer 2 to Layer 4 feature set
High performance
Low-cost 10-GbE connectivity
Note 2: HP 8200 zl Switch Series
Product overview
The HP 8200 zl Switch Series offers high performance, scalability, and a wide range of
features in a high-availability platform that dramatically reduces complexity and provides
reduced cost of ownership. As part of a unified wired and wireless network infrastructure
solution, the 8200 zl series provides platform technology, system software, system
management, application integration, wired and wireless integration, network security, and
support that are common across the HP's modular and fixed-port switches. Together, they
deliver an agile, cost-effective, high-availability network solution. With key technologies to
provide solution longevity, the 8200 zl switch series is built to deliver long-term investment
protection without added complexity for network core, aggregation, and high-availability
access layer deployments. It provides these capabilities while bringing to market the
industry's first highly available switch with a lifetime warranty.
Core, distribution, mission-critical access layer
Advanced high-availability AllianceONE integrated
Layer 2 to 4 and intelligent edge

Question #11

What architecture does HP recommend you lead with for the wireless solution at a branch
of 20 to 50 employees?

A. HP MSM wireless products

B. HP MSR30 with its optional WLAN AP

C. HP MSR20 with its optional WLAN AP

D. HP MSR900 with its built-in WLAN AP

Explanation: MSR20-1X routers are full-featured, economical routers designed for
converged wired and wireless WAN and LAN environments at small remote branch offices
and small to medium-sized businesses. The HP MSR20 router series is a component of the
FlexBranch architecture. It features a modular design that delivers unmatched flexibility for
small branch offices and small to medium-sized businesses while reducing complexity,
simplifying management, and increasing control.
FlexBranch office with 2050 employees. Can use HP A-MSR20 Router with built-in FW.
3G access support provides 3G wireless access for primary or backup connectivity via a
3G SIC module certified on various cellular networks; optional carrier 3G USB modems
available
Reference: HP MSR20-1x Series
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/us/en/products/routers/HP_MSR20-1x_Series/index.aspx
Reference: HP FlexBranch Office Solution: Transforming the
branch experience
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/docs/mark/4AA0-9231ENW.pdf (page 4)

Question #12

What is a typical struggle for a company that has allowed its network management solution
to grow organically?

A. The IT staff must use a diverse set of management tools that do not integrate with each other.

B. The company has been locked into a costly management solution as part of a package with a single vendor.

C. The company has a single management solution, which does not fit the needs of some segments of the network.

D. The IT staff implements all configuration and management manually without the help of any management tools.

Explanation: A large network might begin as a homogenous environment.
Switches, routers, servers, and wireless access points can all be
from the same vendor and use the same network management
software. But as the network expands, it can get equipment from
a variety of manufacturerseach with its own set of network
management tools.
single manufacturer might even have
multiple versions of its network management software. Its this
increasing network management complexity that bogs down IT. A
network manager may need to be proficient with several different
management tools to keep the enterprise up and running reliably.
Reference: HP Intelligent Management Center Extended APIs (eAPIs), Business White
Paper, Network management complexity

Question #13

Many HP products come with a lifetime warranty that lasts as long as a customer owns the
product. Which wireless products shown here provide that lifetime warranty? (Select three.)

A. MSM760

B. MSM765 zl

C. RF Manager

D. MSM460

E. MSM466

Explanation: B: HP MSM765 zl Mobility Controller (J9370A) Specifications
Warranty: Lifetime, advance replacement, next business day
D: HP MSM460 Dual Radio 802.11n Access Point (IL) (J9618A)-
Warranty: Lifetime, advance replacement, next business day
E: HP MSM466 Dual Radio 802.11n Access Point (AM) (J9621A) - specifications and
warranty: Lifetime, advance replacement, next business day

Question #14

How would an HP sales professional position an HP 3500 yl Series switch in a FlexFabric
solution?

A. at the core for a customer with under 300 seats

B. at the server edge for a customer with 100 to 499 seats

C. at the server edge for a customer that requires SAM/LAN convergence

D. at the distribution layer for a customer that uses HP BladeSystems at the edge

Explanation: The HP 3500 Switch Series consists of the most advanced intelligent edge
switches (not A, not D) in the HP networking product line.
This is a high performance switch. It provides Enterprise-class performance and security.
Reference: HP 3500 yl Switch Series
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/us/en/products/switches/HP_3500_yl_Switch_Series/index.as
px

Question #15

Which statements are true of HP Intelligent Management Center (IMC)? (Select two.)

A. It delivers Fault, Configuration, Accounting, Performance, and Security (FCAPS) functionality

B. It integrates management of resources, services, and users

C. It manages all products in the HP portfolio

D. It manages more than 4,000 third-party products.

E. It provides support for HP MultiService Mobility (MSM) access points (APs) and WLAN controllers using the Wireless Services Module (WSM)

Explanation: A: HP IMC aligns with all areas of the ISO
Telecommunications Management Networks highly
regarded FCAPS model (for Fault, Configuration,
Accounting, Performance, and Security).
B: The architecture enables efficient implementation of
end-to-end business management, and the modular
design allows effective integration of traditionally
separate management tools, providing complete
management of resources, services, and users.
Reference: FlexManagement converges network management and orchestration
http://h17007.www1.hp.com/docs/mark/4AA3-4496ENW.pdf

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