Monday, October 08, 2007

Welcome back! Here are the answers to the Cisco CCENT, CCNA, and CCNP questions for Friday, October 5!

Network+ questions will be added this week!

CCENT Certification:

Addresses from which of the following classes are acceptable for assigning to hosts, such as a PC?

A. Class A

B. Class B

C. Class C

D. Class D

E. Class E

Answers: A, B, C. And don't forget, my CCENT Study Package comes out two weeks from today - reserve your copy today and get free CCNA training in November!

CCNA Certification Exam:

By default, what traffic does a Cisco router consider to be "interesting traffic"?

A. All IP traffic.

B. All ICMP traffic.

C. All routing protocol traffic (routing updates)

D. Pings and traceroutes.

E. None.

Answer: E. Interesting traffic is the traffic that brings the ISDN link up as well as resetting the idle-timer, and by default there is no interesting traffic.

CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

On a low-speed link, how often does EIGRP send hello packets?

A. Every 5 seconds.

B. Every 15 seconds.

C. Every 60 seconds.

D. Every 90 seconds.

E. Every 300 seconds.

Answer: C. On low-speed links, EIGRP sends a hello packet every 60 seconds. These interfaces include ATM SVCs and multipoint interfaces, Frame Relay multipoint, and ISDN BRI.

CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

Identify the true statements regarding CoS.

A. CoS is a Layer 2 value.

B. CoS is a Layer 3 value.

C. CoS can be assigned as frames are switched from one port to another on the same switch.

D. CoS can be assigned as frames are sent across a trunk.

Answers: A, D. CoS is an L2 value, and can be assigned as frames are sent across a trunk line.

CCNP Certification / ISCW Exam:

Short answer: What protocol number does the Encapsulating Security Payload use?

Answer: 50.

CCNP Certification / ONT Exam:

Which of the following is NOT a type of per-hop behavior?

A. default

B. Assured Forwarding


D. Expedited Forwarding

E. Class Selector

F. Best-effort

Answers: C, F. The PHBs are default, Assured Forwarding, Expedited Forwarding, and Class Selector.

Fresh-baked questions posted later today!

To your success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933

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