Here are your Cisco training questions for Friday, October 10!
A. The address table on a Cisco 2950 switch is built by reading source IP addresses.
B. Crossover cables are typically used to connect switches to allow trunks to form.
C. Frame map statements map a remote IP address to a remote DLCI.
D. Reverse ARP dynamically creates IP address-DLCI mappings.
A port configured as untrusted by DHCP Snooping receives a DHCP Offer packet. What, if anything, will happen to the port as a result?
A BGP route reflector receives an update from an eBGP peer. Who will this update be "reflected" to?
A. Clients only
B. Nonclients only
C. Clients and nonclients
D. Neither clients nor nonclients
CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:
Is DHCP Snooping enabled by default? If not, how do you enable it?
(Need some help with DHCP Snooping? Check today's other blog posts for a CCNA Security / BCMSN tutorial on this topic!)
Name the WMM priority levels that map to the following IEEE 802.11e priority levels: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Answers right here on Saturday, October 11!
To your success,