Sunday, July 06, 2008

It's Sunday, June 6, and here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco practice exam questions!

CCNA Security questions are now a daily part of the blog, and be sure to read today's other blog posts for the latest information on the new CCNA certifications - and what you need to be doing now to prepare for these opportunities!


CCNA Certification:

Consider this frame relay mapping statement: frame map ip 172.1.1.2 211

If that statement is configured on R1 and the remote router is R2, to whom does the DLCI number belong? To whom does the IP address belong? Is the statement legal as shown?

Answer: The DLCI belongs to the local router; in this case, that's R1. The IP address belongs to the remote router, R2. The statement is legal, but no broadcasts or multicasts will be sent to the remote router due to the absence of the "broadcast" option at the end of the frame map statement.


CCNA Security:

For a user to successfully log in to Security Device Manager, what is the minimum privilege level that user must be assigned to that user?


Answer: That user must be assigned privilege level 15, and we'll look at other SDM prerequisites in the weeks ahead!


CCENT Certification:

Which of the following topologies use terminators?

A. bus

B. star

C. ring

D. full mesh

Answer: A. Bus topologies use terminators - one at each end of the physical bus.


CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

In what two OSPF network types are DRs and BDRs elected?

A. broadcast

B. point-to-point

C. point-to-multipoint

D. NBMA


Answer: A, D. Point-to-point and point-to-multipoint OSPF networks do not elect DRs or BDRs.


CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

VTP advertisements are sent out what switch ports?

A. All ports, since they're multicasts.

B. All ports, since they're broadcasts.

C. Access ports only.

D. Trunk ports only.

Answer: D. VTP advertisements are sent out trunk ports only.


Fresh questions posted later today!


To your success,

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

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