Thursday, September 25, 2008

Judging from my email, everyone really enjoyed the Cisco Certification Jeopardy game yesterday - so let's take a look at the questions to Wednesday's answers and see if you did as well as these contestants!





(If you didn't play yesterday, the answers are in one of yesterday's blog posts, so scroll down and play!)

CCNA Certification And CCENT Certification:

The category is WANs:


$ 20 - It's the default encapsulation for a Serial interface


What is HDLC?



$ 40 - This is the net result to the physical and logical point-to-point connections when encap types don't match


What is "the physical line stays up, but the line protocol goes down?"



$ 60 - This protocol is considered the "manager" of a PPP connection


What is LCP, the Link Control Protocol?



$ 80 - These are the three default Frame Relay LMI types


What are Cisco, ansi, and q933a?



$ 100 - You forgot to do this if you see a dynamic frame mapping to "0.0.0.0"


What is "disable Inverse ARP"?




CCNA Security Certification / CCNP ISCW Exam:

The category is .... the IOS Firewall Set:



$20 - In a typical firewall-protected network, you have three logical areas - "inside", "outside", and this


What is a DMZ?



$40 - To create the answer to the $20 question with SDM, you must use this


What is the Advanced Firewall Wizard? (The Basic wizard does not support DMZs.)



$60 - These three commands must be on a router before SDM can be used


What are "ip http server", "ip http secure-server", and "ip http authentication local"? (For one of these, you could have said that a username/password combination granting a privilege level of 15 is needed as well.)



$80 - These three "V"s must be considered when configuring firewalls


What are voice, VPNs, and video?



$100 - It's this command that defines the time allowed for a TCP handshake to reach the Established stage


What is "ip inspect tcp sywait-time"?





CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

The subject is... BGP.



$20 - It's this port that BGP uses to establish neighbor adjacencies


What is TCP port 179?



$40 - In the neighbor command, these are the two required numeric values


What are the IP address of the neighbor and that neighbor's AS number?



$60 - They're the two well-known discretionary BGP attributes


What are local preference and atomic aggregate?



$80 - The BGP attribute Local Preference uses this for a default setting


What is 100?



$100 - Assuming Cisco routers are in use, this is the 4th tiebreaker in the BGP best-path selection process


What is "shortest AS path"?




CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

The subject is ... Multilayer Switching.


$20 - Not enabled by default, this must be enabled for a multilayer switch to run CEF


What is IP routing?



$40 - Other terms for this include "Layer 3 engine" and "Layer 3 forwarding engine"


What is the control plane?



$60 - Defined in RFC 1256, IRDP routers and hosts send these two kinds of packets to facilitate the router redundancy process


What are Router Advertisements and Router Solicitations? (The protocol is IRDP.)



$80 - It's the well-known virtual MAC address used by the protocol defined by RFC 2281

What is 00-00-0c-07-ac-xx, with "xx" being the HSRP group number in hex?



$100 - Of routed ports, SVIs, and Layer 3 port-channels, these are the interface types that support HSRP on a multilayer switch


What is "all of them"?




CCNP / ONT Exam:



The subject is.... queuing. (Or queueing, depending on which book you're reading!)



$20 - It's the default queuing scheme for interfaces running at over E1 speed


What is FIFO, or "first in, first out"?



$40 - The default capacity of the default queue used in Priority Queuing


What is 60 packets?



$60 - Three of the four criteria commonly used to define a WFQ traffic flow


What are "source or destination IP address", "source or destination port number", "protocol number", and "ToS"?



$80 - The maximum number of queues available in CBWFQ


What is 64?



$100 - These two common CBWFQ commands can't be used in the same policy map

What are "bandwidth" and "bandwidth percent"?



I hope you did well! Don't forget to pick up your promotional gift on your way to the next post ...



... and I'll see you later today with another set of practice exam questions!


To your success,

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

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