Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Welcome back!

It's Wednesday, May 14, and we're just 8 days away from the release of The Ultimate ISCW Study Package!

Also, The Ultimate CCNP All-In-One Video Boot Camp will be released early next week!

You'll receive over 50 hours of video instruction from yours truly, online support for your studies, and a download that will have you studying for the BSCI exam immediately after your purchase.

All four CCNP exams are covered in this Video Boot Camp!

Hang in there - I've gotten hundreds of emails regarding both items, and no, I can't sneak you one early. :) I guarantee you'll be very happy with both items!

Now - on to today's Cisco certification exam training questions! And yes, I'll be adding Microsoft Server 2008 and Vista questions in July to help you earn your Server 2008 Administrator, Enterprise Administrator, and MCTS certifications!


CCENT Certification:

Which of the following devices is considered a Layer 1 device?

A. hub

B. repeater

C. router

D. switch




CCNA Certification:

Briefly describe how IPv6 utilizes broadcasts.



CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

Briefly describe the types of OSPF routes that can be found on a router serving as a total stub router, but not as an ASBR or ABR.



CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

Identify the true statements:

A. ISL encapsulates all frames before sending them across the trunk.

B. ISL encapsulates all frames before sending them across the trunk, except those belonging to the native VLAN.

C. IEEE 802.1Q encapsulates all frames before sending them across the trunk.

D. IEEE 802.1Q encapsulates all frames before sending them across the trunk, except those belonging to the native VLAN.

E. None of these statements are true.





CCNP Certification / ISCW Exam:

You're using Security Device Manager to configure an IPS rule for the first time on a particular router. When you click "Create New IPS Rule", what protocol will you then be prompted to enable?


CCNP Certification / ONT Exam:

In the command "fair-queue 200 128 50", what does the 200 represent?

A. The number of dynamic conversations queues.

B. The bandwidth assigned to interactive conversations.

C. The number of reservable conversation queues.

D. The number of packets that can be held in a single queue


Answers will be posted on Thursday, May 15!

To your success,

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

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