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For the associated lab exercise, refer to the following section of the course Lab Guide:

■ Lab Exercise 8-1: Establishing a Dedicated Frame Relay Connection and Controlling Traffic Flow

Use the practice items here to review what you learned in this lesson. The correct answers are found in the Quiz Answer Key.

Q1) In the command frame-relay adaptive-shaping been, what does been indicate?

A) the mechanism that traffic shaping will use

B) the name to represent this process

C) how packets will be prioritized

Q2) How many queuing mechanism(s) may be associated with a map class?

C) three

D) four

Q3) The encapsulation frame-relay command enables Frame Relay on an interface.

A) true

B) false

Q4) Your central site has a T1 connection and the branch offices have 56-kbps connections. You should apply traffic shaping at the_to limit_traffic.

A) central site; outgoing

B) central site; incoming

C) branch offices; outgoing

D) branch offices; incoming

Q5) Traffic-shaping rate enforcement will optimize asynchronous Frame Relay connections.

A) true

B) false

Q6) The command frame-relay class name may be used on physical interfaces only.

A) true

B) false

Q7) Which command is used to configure traffic-shaping BECN support?

A) frame-relay class been

B) frame-relay adaptive-shaping been

C) no configuration necessary, enabled by default

Q8) What does 1200 refer to in the command frame-relay traffic-rate 1200 4800?

A) committed information rate

B) average rate

C) peak rate

D) normal rate

Q9) Both the show queuing and show interfaces commands display queuing information about interfaces.

A) true

B) false

Q10) The show traffic-shape command output contains the following fields except:

A) target rate

B) byte limit

C) interval (sec)

D) increment (bytes)

Q11) The show traffic-shape statistics command contains the following fields except:

A) packets

B) bytes

C) packets delayed

D) packets rejected

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