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Juniper JN0-692 Exam -

Free JN0-692 Sample Questions:

Q: 1
Click the Exhibit button.
-- Exhibit --
user@router# show protocols bgp
group myEBGP { import noTransit;
peer-as 318; neighbor ;

user@router# show policy-options

policy-statement noTransit {
term rejectAS1524 { from as-path AS1524; then accept;
as-path AS1524 *1524*;
-- Exhibit --
To block transit traffic from AS1524, you have configured and committed the configuration as shown in the exhibit. However, traffic from AS1524 is still flowing through your AS.
Which two changes must you implement to resolve the problem? (Choose two.)
A. Change the peer AS in the myEBGP group to 1524.
B. Change the as-path regex to ".* 1524 .*"
C. Change the then condition from accept to reject.
D. Change the import noTransit statement to export noTransit.
Answer: B,C

Q: 2
Click the Exhibit button.
-- Exhibit --
user@router# show policy-options policy-statement isis-export {
term 1 {
from {
route-filter orlonger reject; route-filter orlonger accept;
then reject;
term 2 {
from { protocol isis;
route-filter longer;

route-filter longer accept;
then reject;
-- Exhibit --
You are asked to block the IS-IS routes from being redistributed into other protocols.
You still want the existing IS-IS routes to continue to be redistributed. You have applied an export policy as shown in the exhibit, however, the routes are still being redistributed.
What is causing the problem?
A. The policy can only evaluate a single route-filter match for each term.
B. When the route-filter matching process occurs, the least specific route-filter prefix evaluation
is rejecting the routes.
C. When the route-filter matching process occurs, the most specific route-filter prefix evaluation is accepting the routes.
D. Term 2 should be inserted before term 1.
Answer: C

Q: 3
Click the Exhibit button.
-- Exhibit --
pim {

spt-threshold { infinity mcast;

rp {
static { address ;

interface ge-0/0/0.0 {
interface ge-0/0/3.0; interface ge-0/0/4.0;
policy-statement mcast {
term 1 {
from {
route-filter orlonger;
then accept;

-- Exhibit --
Referring to the last-hop router's information shown in the exhibit, multicast flows are using a suboptimal path. What is the reason?
A. All flows are traversing the rendezvous point because of the configuration.
B. RPF is failing for the entire multicast range.
C. All flows are switching over to SPT too fast.
D. The SPT policy is using the wrong subnet mask for the multicast range.
Answer: A

Q: 4
You are asked to retain several routes from an external BGP neighbor in the routing table on your local router, but you are not allowed to forward traffic to these destinations. You have configured a forwarding table firewall filter to block these routes, and applied it under the (edit forwarding- options] hierarchy, but the routes are still showing up in the forwarding table. What is required to achieve this task?
A. Configure an EBGP import policy on your local router to block the routes.
B. Have the EBGP neighbor configure an export policy to block the routes.
C. Configure an export policy for the forwarding table to block the routes.
D. Use the no-install configuration statement within the EBGP neighbor group on your local router.
Answer: C

Q: 5
Your currently configured regular expression does not match the AS path shown below:
2135 55 55 55 55 3796
Which three regular expressions would match this path? (Choose three.)
A. "."2135"
B. "2135.*"
C. "* 55(1, 3) *"
D. "2135 55(5) 3796"
E. "2135 55(1, 2) 3796"
Answer: B,C,E

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