Friday, June 20, 2008

Welcome back! It's Friday, June 20, and here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco practice exam questions!

CCNA and CCENT Certification:

Identify the correct statements regarding CHAP.

A. The passwords must be the same on both ends of the connection.

B. The passwords may be different on the two ends of the connection.

C. It's available when HDLC is used.

D. It's available when PPP is used.

E. It requires the use of the "ppp chap sent-username" command.

F. It does not require the use of the "ppp chap sent-username" command.

Answers: A, D, F. CHAP requires the passwords to be the same on both ends of the connection. CHAP is a PPP feature that is not available with HDLC. PAP uses the sent-username command, but not CHAP.


An OSPF total stub router can contain what kinds of routes in its routing table?

A. E1 routes and a default route

B. E2 routes and a default route

C. A default route only

D. Intra-area routes and a default route

E. Inter-area routes and a default route

Answer: D. The routing table of a total stub area can contain intra-area routes (O) and a default inter-area route using the ABR as the next hop.


When dynamic VLANs are in use, what value decides a switch port's VLAN membership?

A. The VLAN configured on the port

B. The host's IP address

C. The IP subnet the host is on

D. The host's MAC address

Answer: D. The host's MAC address decides the port's VLAN membership.


If you enable the option described below, what are you enabling?

"By default, while IOS compiles a new signature for a particular engine, it allows packets to pass through without scanning for the corresponding engine. Enable this option to make IOS drop packets during the compilation process."

Answer: As shown in my ISCW Study Package, this is the description of Fail Closed as seen in Security Device Manager (SDM).

CCNP / ONT Exam:

To successfully police traffic defined by ACL 45, what command should be entered on the next line of the configuration shown below?

R1(config)#access-list 45 permit
R1(config)#class-map GROUP45
R1(config-cmap)#match access-group 45
New questions posted later today, and be sure to check today and yesterday's blog posts for new CCNA and CCENT question sets that have been posted on the main site!

To your success,
Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933

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