Saturday, December 23, 2006

Here are the answers to Friday's Cisco certification exam practice questions!


CCNA:

Identify the true statements regarding infrared wireless connections.

A. has a high data rate

B. has a low data rate

C. carries for long distances

D. carries only for short distances

Answers: A, D. Infrared has a high data rate, but it's appropriate only for short distances.


CCNP / BSCI:

Identify the true statements regarding ISIS.

A. L1 routing is inter-area routing.

B. L2 routing is inter-area routing.

C. L1 routing is intra-area routing.

D. L2 routing is intra-area routing.

Answers: B, C. L1 routing is routing within the same area (intra-area); L2 routing is routing between areas (inter-area).

CCNP / BCMSN:

A switch port is configured with Root Guard. A superior BPDU is received on that port. What will happen?

A. The port goes into blocking state.

B. The port goes into err-disabled state.

C. The port goes into root-inconsistent state.

D. The port remains in the same state it was in before the BPDU was received.

Answer: C. Root Guard takes no action when an inferior BPDU is received. When a superior BPDU is received, though, the port will go into root-inconsistent state.


CCNP / BCRAN:

What command configures a line to allow a modem to be able to accept incoming calls as well as place outgoing calls?

A. transport input output all

B. modem inout

C. mode bidirectional

D. transport mode all

Answer: B. The "modem inout" command configures a line to allow a modem using that line to place outgoing calls as well as accept incoming calls.


CCNP / CIT:

In the command "area 55 virtual link 2.2.2.2", what is the "2.2.2.2"?

A. The closest interface on the remote router.

B. The OSPF RID of the remote router.

C. The authentication string for Area 0.

D. The transit area number, expressed in dotted decimal.

Answer: B. The OSPF RID of the remote router must be inlcuded in the virtual link command.

More CCNA and CCNP training questions later today!

To your Cisco certification success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
http://www.thebryantadvantage.com

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