Saturday, June 28, 2008

It's Saturday, June 28, and here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco certification exam practice questions!

Look for a new set of 10 CCNA / CCENT questions over on the main site later this weekend, - I'll link to them from the blog - and CCNA Security practice exam questions start Monday!

CCNA and CCENT Certification:

What devices typically make up a Frame Relay cloud?

A. Frame relay switches (DTEs)

B. Frame relay routers (DTEs)

C. Frame relay switches (DCEs)

D. Frame relay routers (DCEs)

Answer: C. A Frame Relay cloud consists of frame switches, and those devices are DCEs.


You're writing an OSPF virtual link statement. What IP address must be part of that statement?

A. The local router's interface through which the adjacency is formed.

B. The remote router's interface through which the adjacency is formed.

C. The local router's OSPF RID.

D. The remote router's OSPF RID.

Answer: D. The remote router's OSPF RID must be included in the virtual-link command.


Which of the following allows inter-VLAN routing?

A. router

B. multilayer switch

C. L2 switch

D. hub

E. smart repeater

Answers: A, B. A Layer Three device such as a multilayer switch or router is necessary for inter-VLAN routing.


Which of the following network requirements would mandate the use of the SDM Advanced Firewall wizard rather than the Basic Firewall wizard?

A. multiple outside interfaces

B. multiple inside interfaces


D. custom inspection rules

Answer: A, C, D. You can use the Basic Firewall wizard if you're configuring multiple inside interfaces, a single outside interface, and no DMZ - and you're using preconfigured rules.

If you need to configure multiple outside interfaces, a DMZ, or custom inspection rules, you must use the Advanced Firewall wizard.

CCNP / ONT Exam:

What does the following command enable?


Answer: Weighted Fair Queueing (WFQ).

Fresh-baked questions later today, and make sure to read yesterday and today's blog posts for the latest information on the new CCNA certifications!

To your success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933

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