Tuesday, December 26, 2006

Here are the answers to Saturday's CCNA and CCNP questions!

CCNA:

Short answer: Convert the hex value Cd4 into a decimal.

Answer: This hex value indicates 12 ("C") units of 256, 13 ("d") units of 16, and four units of 1.

3072 + 208 + 4 = 3284


CCNP / BSCI:

An OSPF total stub router is capable of containing what kinds of routes in its routing table?

A. Intra-area routes

B. Inter-area routes

C. E2 routes

D. E1 routes

E. Default routes

Answers: A, E. The routing table of a total stub area can contain intra-area routes (O) and a default inter-area route using the ABR as the next hop.


CCNP / BCMSN:

You want to use QoS policing on your switch. What command will create the policy itself?

A. class-map

B. policy-map

C. police

D. exceed-action or drop-action

Answer: B. The police statement will be used, but the policy itself is created with policy-map. Create the ACL first to identify traffic to be policed, then the class-map, then the policy-map, then apply the policy to the interface.



CCNP / BCRAN:

By default, what login points will have a named authentication list applied to them?

A. None of them

B. The VTY lines

C. The AUX port

D. The CON port

Answer: A. No login points will have a named list automatically applied.



CCNP / CIT:

Short answer: What Microsoft command shows you the NIC type and MAC address, active network destinations, network masks, gateways, interface IP addresses, and path metrics?

Answer: "route print" does all that. It's a good idea to run this command on a Windows workstation before your exam to become familiar with the information contained here.

To your certification exam success,

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

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