Friday, September 05, 2008

Here are the answers to Thursday, September 4's Cisco practice exam questions!

CCNA Certification And CCENT Certification:


You're configuring a point-to-point connection between a non-Cisco router and a Cisco router. Which of the following combinations of PTP protocols will function correctly on this combination?

A. Use HDLC on both routers.

B. Use PPP on both routers.

C. Use HDLC on the Cisco router and PPP on the non-Cisco router.

D. Use PPP on the Cisco router and HDLC on the non-Cisco router.

Answer: B. The HDLC version used by Cisco routers is Cisco-proprietary, so we have to use PPP. If you mix encapsulation types, the line protocol will go down and stay there.



CCNA Security Certification / CCNP ISCW Exam:

You're entering a username and password for a Telnet connection to a Cisco router. Which of the following describes the display defaults?

A. You'll see the username in plain text.

B. You'll see asterisks for the username as you enter it.

C. You'll see nothing for the username - not even the cursor moving.

D. You'll see the password in plain text.

E. You'll see asterisks for the password as you enter it.

F. You'll see nothing for the password - the cursor will not even move.

Answer: A, F. You'll see the username appear in clear text, but the cursor will not move as you enter the password.

CCNA Wireless:

You're using HTTP to open a connection to your Wireless Control System. What will happen?

A. Nothing unusual, you'll be prompted for a username and password.

B. You'll first be redirected to an HTTPS connection.

C. You'll first be redirected to an SNMP connection.

D. Your connection will fail.

Answer: B. You'll be redirected to a Secure HTTP connection.


CCNA Voice:

What service can redirect a VOIP call to the PSTN when CallManager determines that there is not enough bandwidth available for a high-quality VOIP call?

Answer: When CallManager decides that there isn't enough bandwidth for a high-quality call, Automated Alternate Routing (AAR) can step in and make the call. AAR can actually reroute the call to the PSTN without user intervention - in fact, the user doesn't even have to hang up!

CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

Short answer: What multicast addressing range is commonly called the "local network control block"?

Answer: The 224.0.0.0 - 224.0.0.255 range is reserved for network protocols. Packets in this range will not be forwarded by routers, so these packets cannot leave the local segment. This block of addresses is the local network control block.



CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

What command resulted in the following output?

R1# ?

*Apr 9 20:15:10.542: HSRP: Fa0/0 API MAC address update
*Apr 9 20:15:10.546: HSRP: Fa0/0 API Software interface coming up
*Apr 9 20:15:10.550: HSRP: Fa0/0 API Add active HSRP addresses to ARP table
*Apr 9 20:15:10.554: HSRP: Fa0/0 API Add active HSRP addresses to ARP table

Answer: That's the debug of HSRP - the command is debug standby.


CCNP / ONT Exam:

Short answer: What is "war driving"?

Answer: It's simply driving around and looking for a WiFi hotspot to connect to, whether that hotspot be intentional or an unprotected home network.


I'll have another set of practice exam questions for you later today, and a new CCNA Security tutorial has been posted - check today's other blog posts for a link!

Head over to my Cisco CCNA And CCNP Tutorial Page while you're here - over 200 free Cisco tutorials, articles, and practice exams are right there waiting for you!


To your success,

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

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