Saturday, February 24, 2007

Welcome back! Here are the answers to Friday's Cisco certification exam training questions!

CCNA:

Short answer: Take the first octet of the highest IP address in the range of reserved multicast addresses and convert it to hex.

Answer: The octet is 239; the hex value is DF (14 units of 16, 15 units of 1).


CCNP / BSCI: Under which of the following circumstances does EIGRP automatically perform route redistribution?

A. With IGRP, when both are using the same AS number.

B. With IGRP, regardless of AS number.

C. With IGRP, when both are running AS zero.

D. When EIGRP for IPX runs on the same router as RIP for IPX.

E. When EIGRP for IPX runs on the same router as OSPF for IPX.

F. When EIGRP for IPX runs on the same router as BGP for IPX.

Answers: A, D. Remember, you can't set the AS number of IGRP or EIGRP to zero!



CCNP / BCMSN: What term is given to a frame larger than 1518 bytes?

A. misfit

B. outcast

C. normal

D. giant

E. mutant

Answer: D. That's a giant frame.


Fresh questions posted later today - see you then!


To your certification exam success,

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

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