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

How to Create Emotional Space at Work

knee paddingBuilding an emotional buffer is vital to surviving the working world. If we take every complaint, compliment and comment to heart we get too caught up in our emotions. When we are attached to how we feel we get pushed around by the most dominant emotion.

Anger

I had an old boss that was an emotional roller coaster. Every day was a new type of ride. A lot of times I had trouble interpreting her emails. For example I sent her an update on a project that I’ve been working on for the past couple weeks. I thought it was thorough and quite good.

She did not see it this way.

She wanted more detail and better understanding of what I was trying to accomplish. I felt attacked. I felt my energy level falling. I felt like she didn’t trust me.

It was how I was feeling, not how she was feeling. I was interpreting her email as a negative response. It was all in my own head.

Instead of responding back in defense of my email I took a 5 minute break. I worked on my emotional development.

My self talk went something like this:

“What more does she want?” the angry part of asked.

“She just doesn’t see the full picture,” my relaxed part of me said.

At this point that my angry side was screaming and I can barely hear the relaxed part of me even talking.

“Why does she have to be that way?”

“That’s how she handles these situations. Believe me when you’re the CEO some day you won’t be perfect. Your employees will be angry at you for plenty of reasons. It’s what employees do.”

“It’s just that it hurts.”

“Yeah, it does, but it’s just feelings, it isn’t concrete reality. If you can create more emotional space you’ll be able to just look at these emotions as just sensations without letting them push you around.”

“How do I do that?”

“Let’s say the next time your boss doesn’t like something you do, don’t attach yourself to the project. Your heart and soul are still in you, not in that project. Notice those feelings starting to bring you down, let them be there, but at the same time, slowly let them go. Don’t hold on to them otherwise you’ll just stay angry.”

“Yeah. I can do that.”

“Good. The more emotional space you create the faster you can process your emotional states. Remember it takes lots and lots of practice. Your anger will get the better at you at times, but always be practicing letting go of your feelings.”

As this internal dialog ended the relaxed part of me spoke louder and the angry part of me settled down. I was able to use this anger to improve my emotional development.

Emotional Padding

Creating emotional space is just a way to insert a soft padded buffer between your emotions and how you interpret them.

It’s how Zen masters never let anything bother them. Think of sitting in a large glass cage as someone shoots tennis balls at you. All they do is bounce off. You notice that they are there, but they don’t cause any pain. I like to think of this at emotional mastery.

Next time you notice your emotions spiraling down; watch how it makes you feel. Take an emotional step back by taking 5 deep breaths.

Then ask yourself these 3 questions:

1. What is happening to your emotional state?

2. How are you feeding this emotional state with your thoughts?

3. What can you do to create more emotional space?

By taking a step back and answering these questions you’ll start to see the situation in a new light. The important part of this exercise is to learn to do this quickly before you let your anger take over. Yes, it will take practice, but the more you practice at letting go and not holding on to your emotions the stronger your emotional intelligence will become.

Comments

  1. Enjoyed this post. A lot of times with anger when we learn to express it and let it go it feels a lot more better than repressing it. =) Well done post.

    • Karl Staib - The Work Happy Guy says:

      Hi Kim, It’s always tough knowing when to express and when to repress. The key is to express with control. Very hard to do and takes a lifetime of practice.

  2. Rovie - Career Choice says:

    Managing anger is maybe one of the hardest thing to do especially when you are at the peak of your emotion. It really takes a lifetime to be able to practice it with flying colors. I hope I would be able to do it myself…