Saturday, July 29, 2006

Here are the answers to Thursday morning's Cisco CCNA and CCNP certification questions!

CCNA:

What traffic is denied in the following ACL?

R1(config)#access-list 105 deny tcp any any eq 23
R1(config)#access-list 105 deny tcp any any eq 80

A. Telnet and FTP traffic, regardless of source or destination.

B. Telnet traffic, regardless of source or destination.

C. FTP traffic, regardless of source or destination.

D. All traffic, regardless of source or destination.

E. No traffic.

Answer: D. The implicit deny will deny all traffic that isn't denied by the two explicit denies.


CCNP / BSCI:

Which of the following attributes will be seen in every BGP update message?

A. AS_PATH

B. LOCAL_PREF

C. atomic aggregate

D. origin

E. next-hop

F. aggregate

Answer: A, D, C. These are the well-known mandatory BGP attributes, and will be seen in every BGP update message.


CCNP / BCMSN:

Port security is running on port 0/5, and all defaults are in place. The port has learned one secure MAC address. Frames are coming in with a different source MAC address. What will happen?

A. The port will simply drop the frames.

B. The port will drop the frames and send a syslog message.

C. The port will go into err-disabled state and a syslog message will be sent.

D. The port will list the second address as dynamically learned and forward the frames (this is the default behavior).

Answer: D. The default mode for port security is shutdown, and that's what happens to the port. Additionally, a syslog message is generated.



CCNP / BCRAN:What NAT term matches the following description?

This address is used by hosts on the local network to communicate with other hosts on that same network.

A. inside local

B. inside global

C. outside local

D. outside global

Answer: A. Inside local addresses are typically RFC 1918 addresses and are used by hosts on a network to communicate with other hosts on the same network.


CCNP / CIT:

Which of the following commands will display ARP information?

A. debug frame pvc

B. debug frame lmi

C. show frame lmi

D. show frame pvc

E. debug frame traffic

F. show frame traffic

Answer: F. show frame-relay traffic displays ARP requests, both received and sent.

See you later this morning with more Cisco certification exam practice questions and answers!

To your Cisco certification success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
www.thebryantadvantage.com

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