Monday, May 22, 2006

Here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco practice questions. I'll have some new questions up later tonight!

CCNA:

In OSPF, what is meant by the term "external route"?

A. A route injected into the OSPF domain by an ABR.

B. A route injected into the OSPF domain by an ASBR.

C. A route to a destination in Area 0.

D. A route that involves a virtual link.

Answer: B. A route learned by the OSPF domain via redistribution is an external route, and the ASBR performs this redistribution.

CCNP / BSCI:

What field in an IP Version 6 address carries subnet information?

A. SLA

B. NSAP

C. NSEL

D. System ID

E. Area ID

Answer: A. The 16-bit Site Level Aggregator (SLA) carries IPv6 subnet information.



CCNP / BCMSN:

What version of Spanning Tree is defined by IEEE 802.1s?

A. MST

B. PVST

C. CST

D. IST

Answer: A. IEEE 802.1s defines Multiple Spanning Tree (MST).


To your Cisco success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
www.thebryantadvantage.com

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