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HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 H19-301_V3.0 Dumps

H19-301_V3.0 exam serves as the updated version required to attain the HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 certification. This certification is a noteworthy credential that can propel your career forward in the field of IP Networking. In order to provide comprehensive assistance for your test preparation, Passcert offers the newest HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 H19-301_V3.0 Dumps that are designed with real questions to ensure you practice well. Using HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 H19-301_V3.0 Dumps can facilitate your learning process, providing you with key insights and knowledge that will guide you on the path to success in the challenging yet rewarding HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 exam.
HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 H19-301_V3.0 Dumps

HCSA-Presales IP Network Certification

The HCSA-Presales IP Network certification is designed for those involved in pre-sales of Huawei Enterprise IP Network products and solutions. Once you earn the HCSA-Presales IP Network certification, you'll gain detailed insights into technical specifications, features, benefits, application scenarios, and operation guides. Not only will you develop a deep understanding of Huawei's IP Network, but you'll also be effectively equipped to sell Huawei IP Network products and accurately understand customer needs in the field.
Exam Details
Certification Name HCSA-Presales-IP Network
Exam Code H19-301
Exam Name HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0
Exam Type Written examination
Exam Format Single-answer, Multiple-answer, True or false
Time 90 min
Passing Score/Total Score 600/1000
Exam Cost 100USD
Language English, Spanish

Exam Knowledge Content

The HCSA-Presales-IP Network V3.0 exam covers basic concepts of the data communication network, Huawei CloudCampus solutions and switches, Huawei campus WLAN products and solutions, Huawei campus SD-WAN products and solutions, Huawei data center network products and solutions, Huawei CloudWAN products and solutions, and Huawei network security products and solutions.
Topic Percentage
Data Communication Network Basics 25%
Huawei Enterprise Datacom Network Solutions Overview 6%
Huawei CloudCampus Solution and Switch Products 17%
Huawei Campus WLAN Products and Solutions 13%
Huawei Campus SD-WAN Products and Solutions 11%
Huawei Data Center Network Products and Solutions 12%
Huawei CloudWAN Products and Solutions 8%
Huawei Network Security Products and Solutions 8%

General Knowledge Points of the Certification

Data Communication Network Basics

Basic concepts of the data communication network
IP routing basics
Ethernet switching basics
Network security overview
WAN technologies
Network management and O&M

Huawei CloudCampus Solution and Switch Products

Campus network and solution overview
CloudCampus solution highlights
CloudEngine S series switches

Huawei Campus WLAN Products and Solutions

Introduction to WLAN networking
Development and value of the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard
Huawei Wi-Fi 6 cutting-edge technologies and continuous networking solutions
Huawei AirEngine Wi-Fi 6 product overview

Huawei Campus SD-WAN Products and Solutions

Huawei SD-WAN solution
Huawei NetEngine AR products

Huawei Data Center Network Products and Solutions

DCN fundamentals
CloudFabric 3.0 autonomous driving network
CloudFabric 3.0 all-Ethernet storage network
CloudEngine data center switches

Huawei CloudWAN Products and Solutions

Huawei NetEngine routers
Industry application solutions for Huawei NetEngine routers

Huawei Network Security Products and Solutions

Network security basics
Huawei security products
HiSec solution

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1. A customer's equipment room has limited space and their services are fixed and do not need to be expanded in the future. As the network to be constructed is small, the customer wants to use standard networking. Which of the following CloudFabric solutions is recommended for this customer?
A. Multi-PoD solution.
B. Multi-Site solution
C. MDC solution
D. CloudFabric Easy solution
Answer: D
2. Which of the following functions is not supported by NetEngine routers?
A. Stateful firewall
C. NetStream
D. Telemetry
Answer: A
3. Layer 2 switching is one of the most common Ethernet technologies. Which of the following statements is false about Layer 2 switching principles?
A. Layer 2 switch maintains a MAC address-to-interface mapping table-known as the MAC address table - by parsing and learning source MAC addresses of Ethernet frames. When receiving an Ethernet frame, the switch searches its MAC address table for the outbound interface based on the destination MAC address of the frame.
B. If the destination MAC address of a received data frame is not a broadcast address, the switch searches the MAC address table for a matching entry based on the destination MAC address of the frame. If a matching entry is found, the switch forwards the frame to the corresponding interface. If no matching entry is found, the switch discards the frame.
C. Layer 2 switch works at the second layer (data link layer) of the OSI model and forwards data packets based on MAC addresses.
D. If the destination MAC address of a received frame is a broadcast address, the switch forwards the frame to all interfaces (except the inbound interface of the frame) in the same VLAN.
Answer: B
4. Which of the following technologies is used to connect one device to another two devices through inter-device link aggregation to improve link reliability from the card level to the device level and form an active-active system?
C. iStack
Answer: A
5. It supports unified management of various security devices, including firewalls, IPS devices, and anti-DDoS devices, and allows automatic deployment of security services as well as centralized management of network-wide security policies. Which of the following is it?
B. SecoManager
C. eSight 
D. iMaster NCE
Answer: B
6. Which of the following statements is false about the technologies used on an IP WAN transport network?
A. FlexE interfaces can be completely isolated from each other. Specifically, traffic is isolated at the physical layer, and network slicing is performed for services on the same physical network.
B. SRv6 is a protocol designed to forward IPv6 data packets on a network using the source routing model. SRv6 deployment depends on MPLS networks.
C. IFIT integrates coloring and in-band flow measurement technologies to directly measure service packets. It works with telemetry and NCE to implement real-time visualization of network quality and traffic SLA, proactive monitoring, as well as fast fault demarcation and locating.
D. MACsec protects transmitted Ethernet data frames to reduce information leakage and mitigate malicious network attacks.
Answer: B
7. Which of the following statements is false about telemetry?
A. Telemetry is a technology that remotely collects data from physical or virtual devices at a high speed.
B. Huawei CloudCampus Intelligent O&M Solution uses the telemetry technology to collect network device KPIs, implementing collection of user experience indicators within seconds.
C. Similar to SNMP, telemetry uses the quick Q&A mechanism between the management and analysis system and devices, allowing the management and analysis system to obtain network data in real time for intelligent analysis.
D. Telemetry packs the data to be sent, improving transmission efficiency.
Answer: C
8. A security zone (zone for short) is a security concept introduced by a device. Most security policies are implemented based on security zones. Which of the following statements are true about security zones?
A. All interfaces of a firewall are added to the Trust zone by default.
B. Each security zone has a security level, which is also called priority. The priority value ranges from 1 to 100. A larger value indicates a higher security level
C. The following security zones are preconfigured in the system by default: Trust, DMZ, and Untrust.
D. Users can also customize new security zones as required.
Answer: BCD
9. Basic WLAN network architectures include Fat AP and WAC+Fit AP. Which of the following statements are true about the two architectures?
A. Fat APs are usually used on large-scale networks to provide coverage in high-density communication scenarios. 
B. Although Fat APs work independently, they can detect each other and automatically adjust radio parameters. 
C. When an AP works in Fit AP mode, it is managed by a WAC and its configuration is also delivered by the WAC. 
D. When APs work in Fat AP mode, they need to be configured separately and each AP works independently.
Answer: CD
10. What are the capabilities of iMaster NCE-IP in the network slicing solution?
A. SRv6-based one-hop cloud access
B. One-fiber multipurpose transport based on network slicing
C. Integrated security based on in-depth traffic identification
D. Al-based one-click O&M
Answer: ABD
11. Which of the following statements are highlights of SRv6?
A. Application-level SLA assurance
B. Network-oriented programming
C. Seamless cross-domain interconnection
D. MPLS not required, simplifying network deployment
Answer: ABCD
12. Huawei's SmartRadio technology supports software-defined radio (SDR). Which of the following are the benefits of this technology?
A. In high-bandwidth scenarios, the dual-radio mode is used to provide ultra-high throughput.
B. In high-concurrency scenarios, the triple-radio mode is used to allow more STAs to access the network concurrently.
C. In scenarios with severe interference, the dual-radio + independent scanning radio mode is used. In this mode, the independent radio is used to monitor and optimize the network quality in real time without compromising network performance.
D. On a large-scale network, APs working in different radio modes can be deployed together, meeting requirements of different services and traffic types, improving network-wide performance, and saving the TCO.
Answer: ABCD
13. Which of the following are typical application scenarios of the stacking technology?
A. Improved reliability: Member switches in a stack work in redundancy mode.
B. Increased number of ports: If the port density of the original switch cannot meet the access requirements of users, you can add new switches to set up a stack with the original one to increase the number of ports.
C. Increased bandwidth: When higher uplink bandwidth is required, you can add new switches to set up a stack with the original one, and bundle physical links of the member switches into a link aggregation group to increase the uplink bandwidth.
D. Simplified networking: Multiple devices set up a stack and are virtualized into a single logical device. The simplified networking does not require loop prevention protocols, such as MSTP, making network configuration much simpler. In addition, the use of inter-device link aggregation achieves fast convergence upon the failure of a single device, improving reliability.
Answer: ABCD
14. VLAN is an important basic technology on campus networks. Which of the following benefits does VLAN bring to users?
A. Limited broadcast domains: Broadcast domains are limited to a single VLAN, conserving bandwidth and improving network efficiency.
B. Service isolation: Layer 2 and Layer 3 communication between different VLANs is completely isolated, and users in different VLANs cannot communicate with each other.
C. Allows for flexible virtual groups: VLAN technology allows hosts to be divided into different groups, and hosts in different geographical locations can be grouped together, simplifying network construction and maintenance.
D. Enhances LAN security: Packets from different VLANs are separately transmitted, so that hosts in a VLAN cannot directly communicate with those in another VLAN.
Answer: ACD
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