Sunday, June 22, 2008

It's Sunday, June 22, and here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco certification exam training questions!

Be sure to read today's other blog posts for a major announcement concerning Cisco's new CCNA certifications - and what you need to do now to earn these career-boosting (and wallet-boosting) certifications!


CCNA:

Short answer: In the configuration shown below, what does the number "1" refer to?

R3#conf t
Enter configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z.
R3(config)#router ospf 1


Answer: That's the OSPF process number. For EIGRP or IGRP, that would be the AS number; RIP doesn't use a process number or AS number.


CCNP / BSCI:

Identify the true statement regarding ISIS L1/L2 router link state databases.

A. An L1/L2 router keeps all the link states in one database.

B. An L1/L2 router has two databases, one for L1 links and another for L2 links.

C. An L1/L2 router keeps one database only, with L1 links only.

D. An L1/L2 router keeps one database only, with L2 links only.

Answer: An L1/L2 router keeps two separate databases, one with L1 links and the other with L2 links.


CCNP / BCMSN:

What command verifies a SPAN configuration on a Cisco 2950 switch?

A. show spanning

B. show monitor

C. show span

D. show port spanning

Answer: B. You must use show monitor to verify SPAN configurations on a 2950 switch.



CCNP Certification / ISCW Exam:

Two of the many possible signature EventActions in SDM are denyAttackerInline and denyFlowInline. Describe what each of these actions actually does.

Answer: denyAttackerInline denies the source IP address of the offending packets entirely. This action is carried out by the dynamic creation of an ACL that blocks that particular source IP address.

denyFlowInline blocks the specific offending TCP flow, but still allows other connections from the source


CCNP Certification / ONT Exam:

Identify the true statements regarding WLAN implementation methods.

A. The Autonomous solution utilizes a WLC.

B. The Lightweight solution utilizes a WLC.

C. The Autonomous solution utilizes WDS.

D. The Lightweight solution utilizes WDS.

Answer: An Autonomous WLAN can use Wireless Domain Services (WDS), but a Lightweight WLAN must use WLAN Controllers (WLCs).


New questions posted later today!

To your success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12922
http://www.thebryantadvantage.com/

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