Exam Code: 299-01
Exam Name: Riverbed Certified Solutions Professional – Visibility
Cascade Profiler’s Switch Integration feature uses SNMP and adds the capability for Cascade to report on which of the followinG. (Select 2)
A. User name
B. Host IP address
C. Host MAC address
D. The physical switch port a specific host is connected to
E. Switch port traffic levels
F. Switch port status
G. SNMP traps from the switch
What are the two types of dashboards available within the Cascade Profiler GUI? (select 2)
A. Top Hosts
B. Top Applications
E. Devices and Interfaces Utilization
If unable to connect to the Cascade Shark Appliance from the Cascade Pilot console it could be becausE. (Select 2)
A. The correct communication port(s) are NOT open on the firewall between Cascade Pilot and
B. The Cascade Shark is placed in “passthru” mode so Cascade Pilot access is not available
C. The Cascade Shark appliance has no capture jobs configured.
D. You may be running Cascade Pilot-Personal-Edition (PE). You need the full version of Cascade
Pilot to connect to Cascade Shark.
E. Trend/Index data is disabled on the Cascade Shark Appliance.
What is a good way to know whether all internal IP addresses seen by the Cascade Profiler have been grouped in a particular group type?
A. Run Automatic grouping for all group types.
B. Configure an Undefined group type with definition 0.0.0.0/0; confirm there are no entries when
you ‘view members’ of this ‘Undefined’ group’.
C. There is no way to do this and successfully capture all the IP addresses.
D. Configure an Undefined group type with definition 0.0.0.0/32.
E. Run a report by hosts and look for undefined groups.
How do Cascade Performance Analytics assist with Performance Monitoring?
A. By setting intelligent static thresholds for Application metrics and Interface metrics, tolerance can
be determined. Cascade will use these thresholds and tolerances to report on deviations indicative
of performance problems.
B. The Customer only needs to identify their critical hosts, interfaces and/or applications, and Cascade
will automatically baseline their behavior and report on deviations indicative of performance problems.
C. The Performance Analytics use knowledge of hosts, interfaces, and/or applications are able to detect
security threats such as host scans and worms.
D. After baselining is completed, Cascade can re-route congested traffic to avoid congested application
When editing a previously configured service policy, what options become available if you click the ‘show advanced settings’ checkbox? (Select 3)
A. Allows enabling/disabling the detection of dips in the metric.
B. Allows tuning of the tolerance range of the metric.
C. Allows setting of a noise floor for the metric.
D. Allows adjusting the notifications for the metric.
E. Allows enabling/disabling the detection of spikes in the metric.
Which of the following configuration changes can be used to reduce the number of alerts generated overall for a Service?
A. Edit each Service policy to increase the Tolerance slider for Low and High alerts.
B. Edit each Service policy and set a noise floor to specify the minimum amount of change that the
policy can treat as deviation from normalbehavior.
C. Edit the Service and select fewer metrics to monitor for each segment that comprises the Service.
D. Modify the location host group type used for monitoring end user traffic to use fewer groups (for
example, Region instead of Site).
E. A, B, C, and D.
F. A and B only.
If a report table on Cascade Profiler includes the “Server Delay” column but shows no value for “Server Delay” in some cells, what are the possible causes? (Select 3)
A. The time span of the report does not cover any connection set-up points
B. Server delay is zero.
C. The protocol used by the application in not TCP-based.
D. Application traffic was not seen by a Cascade Sensor.
E. The server plug-in is needed to measure “Server Delay” and not functioning correctly.
Within the Cascade Pilot GUI, filtered items are often indicated:
A. With red text.
B. With yellow text.
C. With a funnel icon.
D. With a hash-mark icon.
Which of the following metrics are monitored in an Application Performance Policy? (Select 4)
A. Increase in Server Delay
B. Decrease in Average Connection Application-level Throughput
C. Increases in the number of TCP retransmissions
D. Decreases in the number of new connections to the application servers
E. Increase in the number of Active Connections
What are the two (at a minimum) devices you need to configure in Cascade Profiler for Switch Port Discovery integration to work for a portion of the network?
A. At least one NetFlow sources (router, switch, or steelhead).
B. At least one lookup router and at least one access tier switch.
C. A Vulnerability Scanner and a Netflow source (router, switch, or steelhead).
D. A Vulnerability Scanner and an External Link.
Which fields are generally available for export using NetFlow technology?
A. IP Addresses, Port Numbers, Protocol, TCP Flags, DSCP Marking, number of bits, number of
packets, retransmitted bits
B. IP Addresses, Port Numbers, Protocol, TCP Flags, DSCP Marking, number of bits, number of
packets, inbound/outbound interface ID
C. IP Addresses, MAC Addresses, Port Numbers, Protocol, DSCP Marking, number of bits, number
D. IP Addresses, Port Numbers, Protocol, Round Trip Time, DSCP Marking, number of bits, number
E. IP Addresses, Port Numbers, Protocol, Packet Latency, DSCP Marking, number of bits, number
In Cascade Profiler, what is the minimum amount of historical flow data required for an Application Performance analytic to initialize?
A. Three weeks
B. Three days
C. One day
D. Configurable from one minute to three weeks
In this scenario, you have created a host group called My_Computers on Cascade Profiler. In that group you have included the subnet 192.168.1.0/25.
You have 10 devices in that group 192.168.1.1-10. The rest of the addresses are unused. While running reports on this segment of the network you notice that when a report is run using the entire subnet you see traffic destined for 192.168.1.120. When you run the same report specifying the host group the traffic does not appear. Why is this happening?
A. 192.168.1.120 is not in the 192.168.1.0/25 subnet
B. 192.168.1.120 has been input as a trusted host in a security policy
C. Traffic to 192.168.1.120 was not picked up by a Sensor
D. Traffic to 192.168.1.120 was not picked up by a Gateway
E. 192.168.1.120 never sent any traffic
In the Cascade Profiler GUI, what is a Port Group?
A. A combination of IP Address and Port Number
B. One or more protocol/port combinations mapped to a name
C. Names mapped to IP subnets
D. Layer-2 switch ports grouped into a logical name
E. NetFlow interfaces grouped into a logical name
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