What are the three Network Layers
- Access Layer
- Distribution Layer
- Core Layer
What does the Access Layer, Distribution Layer, Core Layer do?
- Access layer provides connectivity for the users.
- Distribution layer is used to forward traffic from one local network to another
- Core layer represents a high-speed backbone layer between dispersed networks.
What are four  Cisco Enterprise Architecture modules include
- Enterprise Campus
- Enterprise Edge
- Service Provider Edge
What is a failure domain?
An area of a network that is impacted when a critical device or network service experiences problems.
What protocol does distance-vectoring behavior use
What alternative data pathway is defined?
What is link Aggregation?
Multiple Ethernet interface links combined into a single bandwidth
What protocol is used a backbone area?
What is port density?
refers to the number of ports available on a single switch
What is forwarding rates?
define the processing capabilities of a switch by rating how much data the switch can process per second.
What is a Branch Router?
Branch routers optimize branch services on a single platform while delivering an optimal application experience across branch and WAN infrastructures.
What is a Network edge Router?
Network edge routers enable the network edge to deliver high-performance, highly secure, and reliable services that unite campus, data center, and branch networks.
What is Service Provider Routers?
Service provider routers differentiate the service portfolio and increase revenues by delivering end-to-end scalable solutions and subscriber-aware services.
What is Out-of-band management
used for initial configuration or when a network connection is unavailable.