Vendor: Cisco Exam Code: 200-150 Exam Name: DCICN Introducing Cisco 210-250 dumps Data Center Networking Version: Demo

QUESTION 1 Which three layers of the OSI model are included in the application layer of the TCP/IP model? (Choose three.) A. 2 B. 6 C. 3 D. 7 E. 4 Correct Answer: ACE

QUESTION 2 What is the minimum number of disks 210-255 dumps that are needed in RAID 1? A. 4 disks B. 2 disks C. 8 disks D. 16 disks Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 3 Which two are functions of the data center access layer? (Choose two) A. server connections B. VLAN creation C. packet filtering D. high data transfer rate E. high network fault tolerance Correct Answer: AB

QUESTION 4 An engineer created three VSANs on the Cisco MDS switch. 200-150 dumps VSAN 100 is allocated to the marketing department, VSAN 110 is allocated to the research department, and VSAN 120 is allocated to the business department. The engineer wants to verify that the interfaces for the research department are allocated accordingly. Which command should the engineer use? A. mdsswitch# show vsan 110 B. mdsswitch# show vsan membership C. mdsswitch# show vsan D. mdsswitch# show vsan usage Correct Answer: C

QUESTION 5 Which two terms can take the place 200-125 dumps of the wildcard mask in an ACL? A. eq B. deny C. host D. all E. anyCorrect Answer: BC

QUESTION 6 Which two port types are needed to build out an FCoE pass-through switch in NPV mode while maintaining Fiber Channel packet visibility? (Choose two.) A. VN Port B. VE Port C. VF Port D. Edge Port E. N Port Correct Answer: BD

QUESTION 7 Which two options 300-160 dumps are valid VTP commands? {Choose two) A. feature vtp B. vtp client mode C. vtp VLAN D. vtp version E. vtp static Correct Answer: AD

QUESTION 8 Which two options are multicast addresses? (Choose two.) A. FD00::2 B. 192.168.2.2 C. FF05::2 D. 226.10.10.10 E. 240.1.0.1 Correct Answer: CE

QUESTION 9 What is the maximum of fabric modules that can be installed in a Cisco 300-165 dumps Nexus 7000 chassis? A. 5 B. 6 C. 4 D. 7 Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 10 An engineer is configuring a new MDS switch. The switch is powered on, the customer connects to the console, and the initial setup script is started. Which two items can be configured 400-201 dumps during this setup process? A. default port-channel mode B. default port VSAN membership C. default switch port interface state D. default zone mode E. default storage VDCCorrect Answer: CD

QUESTION 11 Refer to the exhibit. Which type of network 300-170 dumps communication is depicted? A. 802.3 frame B. TCP frame C. Ethernet packet D. UDP packet Correct Answer: A

QUESTION 12 Which option describes what a switch does after it items that a host has connected to a switch port? A. Flood the frame only on 300-175 dumps all of its trunk ports. B. Create a MAC to port mapping entry in MAC table. C. Flood the frame only on all of its access ports. D. Discard the frame. Correct Answer: C

QUESTION 13 What is the maximum working distance of a 1000BASE-ZE SFP transceiver when ordinary single mode fiber? A. up to 70 kilometers B. up to 40 kilometers C. up to 550 meters D. up to 10 kilometers Correct Answer: D

QUESTION 14 Which command set creates an access control list on a Cisco 300-180 dumps Nexus switch to deny only FTP traffic from any source to destination host 10.10.10.10? A. N5K-A(config)# Ip access-list 101 N5K-A(config-acl)# deny judp any host 10.10.1.110. eq 21 N5K-A(config-acl)# permit ip any any B. N5K-A(config)# Ip access-list 101 N5K-A(config-acl)# deny judp any host 10.10.1.110. eq ftp C. N5K-A(config)# deny tcp any host 10.10.1.110. eq ftp N5K-A(config)# access-list 101deny Ip any any D. N5K-A(config)# Ip access-list 101 N5K-A(config-acl)# deny tcp any host 10.10.1.110. eq 21 N5K-A(config-acl)# permit Ip any any Correct Answer: D

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10 Warning Signs You’re in The Wrong Job

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I started off just like most of the people that surround my environment. Good family and friends, always had what I strictly needed, and life seemed perfect, up until some point. There were the college and the university, and finally the long-awaited job. I always loved working with people, so I went on with this path.

After I finished university, it was not long till I managed to land a good job as a personnel assistant in a smaller corporate organization. As the months went by, I continuously felt a certain push. It wasn’t a physical one. It was just like something was burning inside me, and my subconscious was constantly trying to fight me.

To be honest, even though I could say that I love what I do, the place in which I worked and the job duties that were put into my responsible hands were too boring. For me, boredom leads to procrastination, anxiety, and depression.
So I took a moment by myself and closely examined my deepest feelings. I still have that paper, and I’m going to let you see it:

  • I feel anxious because I feel like I’m wasting my energy and youth doing a futile job
  • I feel angry because my boss doesn’t understand my point of view that might just revolutionize the company
  • I feel extremely bored with the duties they give me
  • I feel stupid because I am still working here

And after the last sentence, I remember how it suddenly stroked me. I said no more, I’m going to quit. Of course, the next morning I was back to my “comfy” job that was putting food on my table.

The breakthrough was when I figured out that I had to work double to get myself out of the position that I’ve solely put myself in. I figured out that the best way to get off this “job trap” is to start looking for another company to work for. Then, I could continue on by starting a company, and the path will lead me.

So for several months I stayed at home after work, looked out for open vacancies, learned new skills, and tested new things. Once I got a job offer from a well-known company, I quit my job and that’s it. Simple. That’s the end of my sorrow.

Now I’m living a happily ever after story, even though I’m not rich or overly successful. I’m living the dream because I do what I enjoy, and no one will ever make me do something that I don’t like doing.

Not that you should follow my lead or become as me, but you can learn from my mistakes. During today’s article, we’ll talk about 10 warning signs that prove that you’re in the wrong job. If you happen to figure out that you’re clearly in a wrong job situation, there’s no need to despair.

John Newman is a very fulfilled HR Generalist at Careers Booster, and also a friend of mine. I asked him for a simple advice that I could give to all the people that hate their jobs and start to become aware and panic. Here’s his message:

Lots of people are in your situation. What you can do now is slowly make your way out towards something better. Life’s not about material things – if you spend it not doing what you enjoy, you’ll definitely have regrets later on when you’re no longer able to do what you could do…now.

Now according to both John’s and my personal experience, here are the 10 warning signs that might suggest that you’re in the wrong job:

1. You’re Feeling Bored

As in my case, feeling bored is a true sign that you’re not doing what you’re supposed to do. The feeling of boredom comes whenever we’re not interested in the topics presented to us. The duties might be boring, so our efficiency will never shine.

2. Nothing’s Natural to You

If all of your tasks are putting you into a weird stance and position, you might just have a problem. Whenever you’re good at something, and you enjoy doing that thing, you’ll be able to perform naturally. Your creative mind makes it very easy for you to come up with solutions.

Moreover, your strengths should always advantage you in your job. If on the contrary, you’re feeling that nothing seems natural with your job, you’re in the wrong place!

3. You Don’t Fit In

After you spend several weeks or months at a workplace, you should already figure out whether you fit with the company’s culture and members. In case your colleagues are not really your type, you’ll probably never forge strong connections with them. This is a major issue, so I’d consider a change.

4. No Desire to Do More

If nothing motivates you to do more than required, you’re most likely to have a problem. You see, a productive and engaged employee is always looking for opportunities to do better. Your lack of interest in over delivering value might be a clear sign that you’re not supposed to work where you work now.

5. You’re There for The Money

If money’s the only thing that motivates you, then you haven’t picked your job pretty well. As John has suggested, life’s not about materialistic stuff. You can reach happiness by pursuing all sorts of different things, all while you’re doing something enjoyable during your work hours.

6. You Receive Bad Feedback on a Consistent Basis

Bad feedback isn’t necessarily bad. But if you’re receiving it on a constant basis, it means that you’re doing something wrong. Perceive bad feedback not as small remarks that are constantly being thrown at you by your mean boss, but the see the important clues that let you know whether you’re doing things right or wrong.

In case you’re doing it wrong all the time, why’d you keep staying there?

7. You’re Feeling Embarrassed that You Work There

In case you’re feeling any sort of embarrassment because of your job, you’re definitely in the wrong spot my friend. Solve the problem or quit immediately. Living with embarrassment is the worst, especially when the feeling sparks whenever you have to speak out your job position.

8. You’re Not Growing as a Professional

Life’s all about learning new thing and growing our physical and mental abilities. Nevertheless, many jobs are actually limiting the people that perform them. If you feel that your opportunities are slim and your growing rhythm has slowed down, start assessing your situation.

Found out that it’s clearly slowing your professional growth? Well, it’s not the right job!

9. You Just Can’t Be You

If you can’t be you, why even bother? Spend 8 hours pretending that you’re someone else? That sounds insane. Yet, many people do it, and they do it because they’re afraid of change. No one’s going to get you out of these types of situations other than yourself.

10. You’re Only Living on the Weekends

In case you’re waiting for Friday like kids wait for Santa each year, this is a very strong sign that you’re unfulfilled with your job. There are many individuals that only enjoy two and a half days of their lives per week because whenever they have to work, life’s not that pink for them. Apathy, boredom, and sadness…these are all feelings that are screaming for a change!
Conclusion

Being in the wrong job is a serious problem. Work represents half of our lives, so I’d suggest paying a lot of attention when choosing it. If you’re recognizing a few or more of these 10 “symptoms” in your present life, you definitely need to change your job. It takes courage, will, commitment, and action.

Once you manage to replace your job with something more fulfilling, life will no longer be miserable, and you’ll be able to enjoy way more aspects of your life. But remember…this will only happen…once you make the change.

Eva Wislow is a career coach at Resumes Planet and HR expert from Pittsburgh. She is focusing on helping people break down their limits, find a dream job and achieve career success. Eva finds her inspiration in writing. Follow her on Twitter.

How to Create an Amazing Work Culture

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As a millennial working in a small marketing company, I realized that motivated employees are more productive and value their jobs. Personally, there are moments when I feel going to work a burden. But as a manager, I know my importance in this and how it can affect the workflow of a business. It’s not just about the motivation. Its about how we treat other human beings.

Happiness vs. employee performance

I enjoy running my personal blog more than being stuck in the office from 8-5. The thought of the usual routine and a job description that does not resonate with my set of skills makes me feel like quitting sometimes.

Employers tend to underestimate the fact that employees’ happiness contributes to their overall performance at work. I agree that it’s hard to make somebody happy because happiness comes from within, but painful stressors at work reduce happiness levels and affect employees’ productivity.

What to do to improve employee morale

If there are high levels of absenteeism among your staff or a high rate of turnover, then it is time you reevaluate the confidence levels of your employees. Employees with high morale will be more productive in their work.

Make it a habit praising them for a job well done. When employees achieve their targets, acknowledge it. Recognition plays a significant role in boosting employee morale. Studies show that celebrating success breeds more success. Productivity increases when you recognize your employees’ success.

How to make employees more productive

I realized that to be more productive, employees need to be optimistic and focused. For an employee to be optimistic, he has to be interested and love his job. An employee cannot love his job if he is frustrated. A high-stress level at work makes employees hate their jobs. They became less motivated, and they will ask for sick offs more often.

When the brain is optimistic, it fuels performance. Sales are likely to increase by 37%, productive energy by 31% and chances of promotions will increase by 40% if the employees are focused and optimistic. You can read the research at Harvard Business Review.

These are some of the measures you have to put in place to make your employees more happy and productive.

Be good to your employees

When you are good to your employees, you will value them. You will not see them as a means to an end but as a part you and you will endeavour to make their lives easier as they work for you.

Create realistic expectations. Provide sound leadership and ensure that you have the welfare of your employees at heart. Give them breaks. Offer breakfast to workers who work on shifts and allow them to take long breaks during lunch hours. You will realize that employees who don’t feel pressured work best and are more motivated.

Let your employees feel valued

Nothing makes somebody happy than knowing that someone else values them. Imagine what more it would do to your staff? Praise them when they perform above par. This, however, does not mean you ignore mistakes

If an employee does something wrong, instead of punishing them, talk to them calmly. Make them understand why they need to do it right. If you don’t see any changes after several corrections, then it is time to reevaluate if the employee is a perfect fit for that particular job. Valuing your employees does not entail much. It may only mean smiling at them or just asking about the welfare of their families.

Create a favourable work environment for everyone

Create a culture that caters to every employee’s needs. This will lead to increased productivity. Some employees feel productive in the morning. There are those who are more productive in the afternoon. A good employer will capitalize on that and allow employees to work when they feel more productive as long as they cover the number of hours they are supposed to cover in a day.

Ensure that your staff has the right resources for carrying out their jobs. The office set up should have the right ventilations. They should not feel stuffed in the wrong office space. Some employees thrive in open office space while there are those who love privacy. Provide for these needs to make them happier.

Get everyone involved

I love it when employers use the theory of management by objective. This approach ensures that all employees are involved. In this method of management, employees are responsible for making decisions. They participate in every bit of planning. This gives them the zest and drive to succeed. Create that feel of a family touch. Value their decisions while offering some leadership.Ensure that there are policies in place on how to act on various issues. The policy should resonate with every employee.

To keep employees happy and working, ensure that you are that good employer who values your employees. Create an environment that employees will thrive in. Let them enjoy the workplace and keep them involved in every issue that happens within the organization. The above tips will make your staff productive and a lot happier in the workplace than you ever imagined and business will be good and profitable.

Matthew Snider is a writer, a personal development junkie and a regular blogger at Self Development Secrets. Matt, with his one quarter Asian descent, did not start out as a writer, but he says, “the love for a subject is the most important aspect of writing. The readers want to read something written by someone who understands them.”

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