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HP0-Y52 Applying HP FlexNetwork Fundamentals

Exam ID : HP0-Y52
Exam Title : Applying HPE FlexNetwork Fundamentals
Exam type : Proctored
Exam duration : 1 hour 55 minutes
Exam length : 60 questions
Passing score : 67%
Delivery languages : English, Japanese, Korean

Exam Contents
This test has 60 questions. Here are types of questions to expect:
- Multiple choice (single response), scenario based
- Matching
- Multiple choice (multiple responses)
- Multiple choice (single response)

Exam Description
This test tests your knowledge and skills on basic switching and routing technologies that include VLANs, spanning tree protocols, link aggregation, basic static and dynamic routing, and 802.11 standards. The test tests your ability to implement these technologies on HPE networking products.
Typical candidate is a technical professional who has at least six months experience with small to medium enterprise level network deployments. The candidate also demonstrates knowledge of wired technologies used in edge and simple core environments

Exam Objectives
32% Identify, describe, and apply foundational networking architectures and technologies.
- Describe the basics of Layer 2 Ethernet such as broadcast domains and ARP messages.
- Interpret an IP routing table and explain default routes, staticrouting, and dynamicrouting such as OSPF.
- Identify the role of TFTP, SFTP, FTP, Telnet, and SNMPv2 in regardsto HPE network device management, and apply the appropriate security for these features.
- Describe Layer 2 redundancy technologiessuch as STP, RSTP, MSTP and IRF, and recognize their benefits.
- Describe and apply link aggregation.
- Identify, describe, and explain VLANs.
13% Identify, describe, and differentiate the functions and features of HPE Networking products and solutions.
- Identify and explain the components of a converged infrastructure using the HPE FlexNetwork Architecture framework, which includes FlexFabric, FlexCampus, FlexBranch, FlexManagement, and Software-defined Networks(SDN).
- Identify basicfeatures and management optionsfor HPE products and solutions.
- Compare and contrast HPE Networking solutions and features, and identify the appropriate productsfor an environment.
39% Install, configure, set up, and validate HPE Networking solutions.
- Configure basicfeatures on HPE switchessuch asinitial settings and management access.
- Configure Layer 2 technologiessuch as RSTP and MSTP, link aggregation, and VLANs on HPE switches.
- Configure basicIP routing with staticroutes or OSPF on HPE switches.
- Configure the management software and manage configuration files on HPE switches.
- Validate the installed solution via debug technology, logging, and show and display commands.
6% Tune, optimize, and upgrade HPE Networking solutions.
- Optimize Layer 2 and Layer 3 infrastructures with the use of broadcast domain reduction, VLANs, and IRF.
10% Manage, monitor, administer, and operate HPE Networking solutions.
- Use best practicesto performnetwork management.
- Performadministrative taskssuch as moves, adds, changes, deletions, and password resetsfor managed devices

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Killexams : HP Fundamentals test syllabus - BingNews Search results Killexams : HP Fundamentals test syllabus - BingNews Killexams : HP Board 12th Supplementary Result 2022 declared, Check details here Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) Plus Two Supplementary test link has been activated on the official website. Students can view by logging on to the portal. Read below to know more about the result.
Himachal Board has declared 12th Supplementary test Result. Himachal Pradesh Board of School Education (HPBOSE) has released the results of class 12th supplementary examination. HPBOSE has activated the result link of the test on the official website Now in such a situation, all the candidates who appeared for the EP test can visit the portal to check the results. Students have to enter their roll number to check the result. Only then they will be able to see their result.
How to check Himachal Board 12th supplementary result ?
Here's the steps given below for candidates reference to check the HP board supplementary result. Candidates can go through these step-by-step procedure provided below to check their result. To check the Himachal Board 12th Result,
  • Candidates first have to visit the official website -
  • Next, click on the Result tab on the appeared homepage
  • Now after this, click on “12th (Compartment/Improvement/additional/Diploma Holder(Re-Appear)) Examination Result, August-2022
  • Next, enter your roll number and click on the search button HP Board 12th Supplementary Result 2022 will appear on the screen
  • Download it and take a print out of the same for future reference.

As per the official reports, a total of 3,344 students appeared in the HP Board 12th Supplementary test out of which 1,490 candidates have cleared the exam. Around 1,628 students got compartment and 1 candidate failed to pass the exam. HPBOSE has recorded a pass percentage of 45.18 percent. It is to be noted that this test was conducted for those students who either could not appear for the HP Board Class 12 regular examination or did not qualify. Such students got a chance to appear in the examination. And now their results have been declared.
Mon, 10 Oct 2022 01:05:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election 2022: Full schedule

The Election Commission of India on 14 October announced the dates for upcoming assembly election in Himachal Pradesh as 12 November.

According to the election commission, the counting of votes on 8 December. More than 43,000 fist time voters will participate in the state Assembly polls.

Elaborating the schedule of the Assembly polls, the ECI said that date of issue of gazette notification for single phase election for 68 Assembly seats will be released on 17 October.

While the last date of making nominations has been set as 25 October. The scrutiny of nominations will take place on 27 October, while the last date for withdrawal of candidatures has been set as 29 October.

ALSO READ: Himachal Pradesh Assembly election 2022 polling on 12 November; result on 8 December

The date of polling for 68 seats will take place on 12 November and the counting will happen on 8 December. The EC has set the date before election be completed as 10 December.

Addressing the media, CEC Rajiv Kumar said, "We have zero tolerance towards the distribution of any kind of inducement to voters. GST will look at e-way and goods going to poll-bound state and neighbouring states. Airports will keep a strict watch so that no unscheduled flight goes unchecked."

As per the electoral roll published on 10 October, over 55 lakh electors are registered, out of which around 55,000 are PwD electors, while over 1.22 lakh are 80+ senior citizens and 1.86 lakh first-time voters in Himachal Pradesh, said ECI.

For the smooth conduct of polls, the ECI will set up 7,881 polling stations across 68 Assembly seats. Around 142 polling stations will be operated by women and 37 polling station will be operated by Divyang people.

Last time, the Assembly elections in HP took place on 9 November, 2017, where BJP defeated the Congress and won 44 seats. Congress managed to secure only 21 seats.

Currently, the BJP has 45 MLAs in the Himachal Pradesh state Assembly, Congress has 22 and CPIM has 1.

Earlier in September, the chief election commissioner Rajiv Kumar and election commissioner Anup Chandra Pandey had visited Himachal Pradesh to review poll preparedness.

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Thu, 13 Oct 2022 23:12:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh to go polls on November 12, counting on December 8

NEW DELHI: The elections for 68 Assembly seats of Himachal Pradesh will be held on November 12 in a single phase and the counting of votes will be held on December 8, after a gap of nearly a month, the Election Commission announced Friday. The EC, however, did not announce the dates for the Gujarat election even though the two states vote almost around the same time. The BJP is in power in both states.

The EC indicated the Gujarat election dates will be announced later.

The Himachal Assembly’s term ends on January 10, 2023, while that of the 182-member Gujarat Assembly ends on February 18, 2023. The EC said there was a gap of 40 days between the end of the two Assemblies, so it still has time in hand to make the announcement.

Traditionally, elections in these two states take place around the same time and are often announced on the same day. However, in the last election in 2017, Himachal voted on November 9 in a single phase while polling in Gujarat took place in two phases -- December 9 and 14 -- and the dates for these were announced separately by the EC. The votes in both states were counted December 18. But in 2012, the polls for the two states were announced by the EC the same day.

However, the EC justification came under severe criticism as in the case of Uttar Pradesh and Goa, which went to the polls this year, the gap between the tenure of the two Assemblies was 60 days, and yet the EC held their polls together.

“The gap between the tenure of two Assemblies (Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat) is 40 days. According to the rules, it should be at least 30 days so that one result does not impact the other. In Himachal, factors like weather are important, especially in the upper reaches where snowfall takes place. The EC is going by the convention followed last time in announcing the Assembly polls,” said Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar on the question of separating the Gujarat and Himachal poll announcement dates.

It is expected that the dates for the Gujarat polls may be announced in a week or so, as was done during the previous Assembly polls. With 182 Assembly seats, Gujarat usually votes in two phases. It is expected the EC may keep counting of votes of Gujarat along with Himachal on December 8.

BJP president J.P. Nadda welcomed the announcement of the Himachal polls. The Congress also welcomed the announcement.

The election process in Himachal will begin from Monday, October 17, with the gazette notification. The last date for filing of nominations is October 25 while scrutiny will take place on October 27, and last date for the withdrawal of candidatures is October 29. The state will go for in polls in a single phase on November 12 and counting will be on December 8. The entire process has to end by December 10. Himachal Pradesh has over 55 lakh voters

The EC has reduced the number of days when the Model Code of Conduct will apply to Himachal Pradesh from 70 to 57 days, saying it does not want the entire election process to continue for a very long period.

Fri, 14 Oct 2022 04:11:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh: PM Modi receives rousing welcome in Una No result found, try new keyword!HP CM Jairam Thakur thanks PM Modi for Medical Devices Park, Bulk Drug Park 1 day ago Himachal Pradesh CM Jairam Thakur honours PM Modi in Una 1 day ago HP: PM Modi dedicates IIIT to nation ... Thu, 13 Oct 2022 08:44:00 -0500 en text/html Killexams : Himachal Pradesh Elections Dates Announced. Details Inside

Back-to-back rallies have set the stage for the crucial elections in Himachal Pradesh. (File)

New Delhi:

Himachal Pradesh will vote for a new government on November 12 and results will be declared nearly a month later on December 8, the Election Commission announced today. The term of the Himachal Pradesh assembly ends on January 8.

The Election Commission recently visited Himachal Pradesh to review election preparedness.

Himachal Pradesh has 68 assembly seats, with 35 being the majority mark.

In the 2017 election, the BJP won 44 seats and Congress 21.

Back-to-back rallies and visits by top leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, have set the stage for the crucial elections in Himachal Pradesh.

In Himachal Pradesh, the Congress last month suffered a major setback with its working president Harsh Mahajan joining the BJP.

AAP, trying to gain a foothold in the state, has promised an unemployment allowance and six lakh government jobs.

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 17:17:00 -0500 text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh polls to be held on Nov 12, results on Dec 8

Himachal Pradesh is set to see heightened political activity with the Election Commission having announed the poll dates. The state polls would be held on November 12, and counting of votes would happen on December 8. This is set to be the first time in nearly two years that state polls would be held without strict coronavirus restrictions in place.

“Coronavirus is no longer much of a concern,” Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Shukla said, addressing the much-awaited briefer on Friday. Earlier this year when polling was held in five states, Uttar Pradesh, Manipur, Uttarakhand, Goa and Punjab, India was dealing with a surge in Covid cases due to a new variant - Omicron- which had caught several countries unaware. In many of the top cities in India, the variant had compelled the authorities to bring back tighter curbs.

Meanwhile, the BJP - which rules both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh - is hoping for a smooth comeback in both the states. The polling schedule for Gujarat is expected to be announced soon; it was not announced during the presser on Friday. While Gujarat, Prime Minster Narendra Modi's home state, has a 182-member assembly, the Himachal assembly has 68 seats.

Himachal Pradesh has nearly 55 lakh voters. Of these, 1.5 lakh are above 80; and 1.86 lakh are first-time voters.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has already sounded the poll bugle in both the states, has been attacking the Congress in his speeches. He even accused the party of “outsourcing the job of attacking him” to Arvind Kejriwal’s Aam Aadmi Party.

Meanwhile, the AAP - that aims to expand its national footprint - is set to contest all seats in Himachal and has expressed confidence that it would form the government in Gujarat. It has been campaigning with its educational policies and subsidized electricity as the key highlights. The party had claimed a handsome victory in Punjab earlier this year, the second state it won after Delhi.

For the Congress, which has been holding a mass contact programme of Bharat Jodo, it would be question of revival of its electoral fortunes.

Fri, 14 Oct 2022 05:19:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh to go to polls on Nov 12, counting on Dec 8

Himachal Pradesh will have a single-phase polling for its 68 Assembly seats on November 12 and the counting of votes will take place on December 8, the Election Commission announced on Friday.

With the announcement of the poll schedule, the Model Code of Conduct for guidance of political parties and candidates has come into force.

Last date of filing nominations for the Assembly polls will be October 25 and the last data for withdrawal of candidates is October 29.

There are a total 55,07,261 voters in Himachal Pradesh including 27,80,208 male voters and 27,27,016 female voters.

Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar said that now youngsters get four chances in a year to enrol as a voter. There will be four qualifying dates in a year for eligibility to register as a voter instead of a single qualifying date.

He also said social media teams will be set up to keep strict vigil on fake news being spread during elections.

Earlier, teams of the commission recently visited Himachal Pradesh to take stock of poll preparedness.

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 22:56:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh assembly election on November 12, counting on December 8

The assembly elections in Himachal Pradesh will be held on November 12 and the results will be declared on December 8, the Election Commission (EC) announced on Friday. The commission, however, did not announce the elections for the Gujarat assembly, the term of which ends on February 18, 2023.

The panel said it was following past precedence in keeping the announcing in abeyance the schedule for the Gujarat assembly. The poll body convened a press conference at 3 pm. The term of the Himachal Pradesh assembly will end on January 8, 2023.

Last month, the chief election commissioner Rajiv Kumar and election commissioner Anup Chandra Pandey had visited Himachal Pradesh to review poll preparedness.

Himachal Pradesh voted to elect its legislative assembly on November 9, 2017. In the 68-member Himachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, the BJP defeated the Congress and won 44 seats, while the Congress secured only 21 seats in 2017.

In percentage terms, the BJP won 48.79 per cent of the total valid votes, followed by the Congress (41.68 per cent) and Independents (6.34 per cent).

Currently, in the assembly, the Jairam Thakur-led BJP regime has 45 MLAs, while the Congress has 22 and CPI(M) has one. The AAP is looking to set foot in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh.

More than 55 lakh voters are eligible to exercise their franchise for 68 assembly seats in Himachal Pradesh, Kumar said at the press briefing.

There are 1.86 lakh first-time voters, 1.22 lakh aged 80-plus and 1,184 voters who are above 100 years of age.

(With inputs from agencies)

Fri, 14 Oct 2022 04:18:00 -0500 en text/html
Killexams : 67 companies of CAPF sought for Himachal Pradesh polls


SHIMLA: The Himachal Pradesh state election office has sought 67 companies of the Central Armed Police Forces for holding free and fair Assembly polls in the state.

This information was given by state Chief Electoral Officer Maneesh Garg on Friday evening.

As many as 65 CAPF companies were deployed during the last Assembly elections in 2017, he told the media.

The CEO said a notification for the state elections will be issued on October 17 and the last date for the filing of nominations is October 25.

Scrutiny of papers will be held on October 27 and the last date for the withdrawal of papers will be October 29, he added.

The voting is scheduled to take place on November 12 while the counting will take place on December 8.

As many as 55,74,793 people are eligible to vote in the polls as of now. The state has 68 Assembly seats.

Fri, 14 Oct 2022 04:42:00 -0500 text/html
Killexams : Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Dates: Polling To Be Held In Single-Phase On November 12; Counting On December 8

Himachal Pradesh Election Dates Announced LIVE: The Election Commission of India (ECI) has announced the poll schedule of the upcoming Himachal Pradesh Assembly Elections. The polling will be held in single-phase on November 12 and the counting will be done on December 8. The term of the Himachal Pradesh assembly ends on January 8. In 2017, the BJP ousted ruling Congress and formed a government under the leadership of Jai Ram Thakur in the 68-seater Himachal Assembly. Meanwhile, the Congress party, on Thursday, hit out at the BJP over PM Narendra Modi’s visit to the hill state and alleged that the ruling party is ‘taking political advantage’ of the development projects in Himachal Pradesh.Also Read - Removed In Unfair Way: Mamata Expresses Shock Over Sourav's BCCI Exit, Makes an Appeal to PM Modi

Himachal Pradesh Election Dates Announced

  • October 25 – Last date of filing nomination
  • October 29 – Withdrawal of nomination
  • Date of Polling – November 12
  • Counting of votes – December 8

Himachal Pradesh Assembly Election Dates: Key Points by EC

  • Every polling station will have a ramp, drinking water, and shaded area and other amenities will be provided
  • Some polling stations will be managed entirely by women staff
  • EC working with 3 broad objectives -Conduct free, fair, inclusive, accessible and inducement-free elections, Hassle-Free & comfortable voting experience, Maximum voter participation
  • Some polling stations are to be managed entirely by PWD staff
  • Commission staff will go to houses for voters aged above 80 years for polling, process to be videographed

ECI also held a review meeting in Himachal Pradesh last month with Deputy Commissioners and Superintendent of Police, IG, DIG, and CAPF and Nodal Officers of 12 districts oto review poll preparedness in the state. Also Read - Congress Presidential Elections: How Is Party President Elected?

Though the Congress is hopeful for revival in the state owing to the ongoing ‘Bharat Jodo Yatra’ and the election of a new president after almost 20 years. Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP is also claiming to provide a strong fight to traditional parties in the state. Also Read - Kharge vs Tharoor: Congress Choose Between Change or Continuity Today, Voting Ends

The model code of conduct will come into effect as soon as the schedule for the two states is announced. This is a set of guidelines issued by the the poll body for conduct of political parties and candidates during elections mainly with respect to speeches, polling day, polling booths, portfolios, election manifestos, processions and general conduct..

Priyanka Gandhi to launch poll campaign in Himachal

Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra will launch the party’s election campaign in Himachal Pradesh on Friday with a rally in Solan district of the state. AICC general secretary Vadra’s ‘Parivartan Pratigya Rally’ comes a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the hill state.

During his visit ahead of the assembly polls in Himachal Pradesh by the year-end, Modi launched a slew of development projects in Una and Chamba. Gandhi will also visit the Maa Shoolini Temple around 12 noon prior to the rally, a party statement said.

Thu, 13 Oct 2022 22:17:00 -0500 en text/html
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