Cisco: Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks

The following are questions from MeasureUp Practice Test for the Cisco 642-825: Implementing Secure Converged Wide Area Networks (ISCW) exam . This exam is one of the requirements for the Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Certification .

The audience for this exam includes individuals who are responsible for extending and securing an enterprise network to support remote sites and workers who telecommute. Experience working with remote access servers and virtual private networks (VPNs) will help you prepare for this exam.
 

Objective: Implement basic teleworker services.
Sub-objective: Describe xDSL technologies.

Multiple answer, multiple-choice

You are designing an ADSL solution for U.S.-based branch offices.

The Chicago branch office uses 26-gauge wiring and is approximately 7,000 feet from the service provider digital subscriber line access multiplexer (DSLAM).

The Los Angeles branch office uses 26-gauge wiring and is approximately 11,000 feet from the service provider DSLAM.

The New York branch office uses 24-gauge wiring and is approximately 11,000 feet from the service provider DSLAM.

What bandwidth should you expect to receive at each branch office? (Choose three.)

A. 6.1 Mbps downstream bandwidth at the Chicago branch office.
B. 1.5 Mbps downstream bandwidth at the Los Angeles branch office.
C. 1.5 Mbps downstream bandwidth at the Chicago branch office.
D. 6.1 Mbps downstream bandwidth at the Los Angeles branch office.
E. 1.5 Mbps downstream bandwidth at the New York branch office.
F. 6.1 Mbps downstream bandwidth at the New York branch office.

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