Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Welcome back! Here are the answers to your free Cisco certification exam training questions for Monday, November 26!

CCNA 640-802 And CCENT Certification Exam:

Identify the true statements regarding CHAP.

A. CHAP requires the password to be the same for both parties.

B. CHAP allows two routers to use different passwords for authentication.

C. CHAP works only with HDLC.

D. CHAP works only with PPP.

E. CHAP works with both HDLC and PPP.

F. CHAP works with neither HDLC nor PPP.

Answers: A, D. The Challenge Authentication Protocol (CHAP) requires both devices to use the same password, and CHAP runs on PPP but not HDLC.

CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

In the output of "show ip bgp summary", you see a peer state listed as "Idle". Identify the most accurate statement. What's the most likely reason?

A. The peer relationship is up, but it's not in use at the moment.

B. The local router has no idea how to reach the remote router's IP address.

C. The local router has sent an Open packet to the potential neighbor, but has received no response.

D. The peer relationship has been terminated by the remote router.

Answer: B. The most likely cause of an "Idle" peer state is that the local router has no idea how to get to the neighbor's IP address.

CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

Fill in the blank: The full command to disable a switchport's ability to transmit DTP frames is ____________.

Answer: switchport nonegotiate.

CCNP Certification / ISCW Exam:

Which of the following is NOT a factor considered by a Cisco firewall in allowing or disallowing UDP packets?

A. Source IP address

B. Destination IP address

C. ACK number

D. Source port number

E. Destination port number

Answer: C. UDP packets do not have ACK numbers. :)

CCNP Certification / ONT Exam:

When using AutoQoS, what CoS value is assigned to the traffic class "scavenger"?

A. 0

B. 1

C. 2

D. 3

Answer: B. Additionally, the DSCP value is CS1.

New questions posted later today, along with a new CCNA 640-802 / CCENT Exam tutorial!

To your success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933

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