Tuesday, July 29, 2008

It's Wednesday, July 30, and here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco practice exam questions!

I posted a new CCNA Security practice exam yesterday, and I'll have a new CCNA / CCENT practice test for you today as well! Answers to both exams will be posted Friday on those pages.

CCNA Certification:

How do you hardcode RIP to accept and send only Version 2 updates?

Extra credit: What is RIP's default for versions sent and accepted?

Answer: Use the version 2 command under the RIP process, as shown here:

BRYANT_ADV_5(config)#router rip

BRYANT_ADV_5(config-router)#version 2

The default for RIP is to send Version 1 updates only, but to accept either Version 1 or 2 updates.

CCENT Certification:

What Virtual LANs, if any, cannot be deleted from a Cisco switch?


B. VLAN 100


D. No VLANs are exempt from deletion.

Answer: A. You cannot delete VLAN 1.

CCNA Security Certification / CCNP ISCW Exam:

Short answer: In SDM, you might see a green square next to a signature. What does that symbol indicate?

Answer: The green square indicates the signature is at its default setting. Here are the two possibilities, as shown in this image from my CCNA Security Study Package. (Click the image for a larger view.)

CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

What two symbols should you expect to see next to a valid and best BGP path in the output of show ip bgp?

A. ^

B. $

C. >

D. <

E. *

F. +

Answer: C, E. A valid and best BGP route will have both an asterisk and a "greater than" sign to the left.

CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

HSRP uses the concept of an Active router. What is VRRP's equivalent to that router type?

A. Up

B. Master

C. Available

D. InCharge

E. VirtualUp

Answer: B.

CCNP / ONT Exam:

Which of the following statements regarding GRE are true?

A. Uses IP protocol 47

B. Defined in RFC 1702

C. Is considered to be a carrier protocol

D. Is considered to be a passenger protocol

Answers: A, B, C. The passenger protocol will be the protocol type that is encapsulated by GRE.

New questions for you later today!

While you're here, take a few minutes to visit my CCNA Security Certification Resource Page for new practice exams and fully-illustrated tutorials - you'll be glad you did!

To your success,

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933

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