Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Welcome back, my friends!

It's Wednesday, May 19, and here are the answers to yesterday's free Cisco certification training questions.

Microsoft Server 2008 and Vista certification questions will be added to the mix in July to help you earn your Server 2008 Administrator, Enterprise Administrator, and MCTS certifications!

CCENT Certification:

Which of the following can DHCP not assign to a host?

A. IP address

B. network mark

C. MAC address

D. Location of DNS server

Answer: C. The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol can assign an IP address, network mask, and identify the location of a DNS server, but it's not used for assigning MAC addresses.

CCNA Certification:

Short answer: What's the binary equivalent of the hex value c9?

Answer: We've got 12 ("c") units of 16 and 9 units of 1: 192 + 9 = 201. The binary equivalent of 201 is 11001001.

CCNA Certification / BSCI Exam:

Of the following, traffic for which ports is translated from a broadcast to a unicast when the ip helper-address command has been configured?







Answers: A, B, F. These are the ports that are translated from broadcast to unicast with the ip helper-address command:

TIME, port 37; TACACS, port 49; DNS, port 53; BOOTP/DHCP Server, port 67; BOOTP/DHCP Client, port 68; TFTP, port 69; NetBIOS name service, port 137;NetBIOS datagram service, port 138.

CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

The full command to disable a switch port's ability to transmit DTP frames is ____________.

Answer: switchport nonegotiate.

CCNP Certification / ISCW Exam:

Briefly describe a "DDoS" attack.

Answer: A Distributed Denial-Of-Service attack is a typical DoS attack, but one that is carried out by a large number of attackers rather than a single host.

CCNP Certification / ONT Exam:

A router is configured for DiffServ. Which of the following values can the router consider when performing QoS?

A. IP Prec

B. CoS marking

C. incoming interface


Answer: A, C, D. Routers will not use CoS values.

New questions posted later today. Be sure to scroll down in the blog for a link to my latest CCNP ISCW exam tutorial - and you CCNA and CCENT candidates should read it, too!

To your success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933

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