Friday, April 28, 2006

Here are the answers to Thursday's CCNA / CCNP practice questions. I'll have some more questions for you later tonight!

Thursday's CCNA And CCNP Practice Questions

CCNA:

Which of the following devices divides a single broadcast domain into smaller broadcast domains with no additional configuration? Choose all that apply.

A. Hubs

B. Repeaters

C. Switches

D. Routers

Answer: D. Only routers do this by default. Switches can divide a broadcast domain, but only with additional configuration (VLANs). Hubs and repeaters work at Layer 1 and are incapable of dividing broadcast domains.


CCNP / BSCI:

In ISIS terminology, what is an intermediate system?

A. An end host

B. A switch

C. A logical group of routers

D. A single router

E. A logical group of hosts

Answer: D. An intermediate system is a single router in ISIS.


CCNP / BCMSN:

The command show standby is used to verify the configuration of what protocol?

A. IRDP

B. HSRP

C. VRRP

D. GLBP

Answer: B. show standby is the "show ip protocols" of HSRP - it shows you everything you'd ever want to know about your HSRP configuration, and maybe a few things you don't want to know! ;)

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
www.thebryantadvantage.com

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