It's Friday, October 17, and here are the answers to Thursday's Cisco CCNA, CCNP, and Security exam questions!
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Answer: C. An Independent Basic Service Set (IBSS) is "independent" of access points.
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How much memory is required in a Cisco router to allow IPS configuration on that router via Security Device Manager?
Answer: 128 MB. If you have less, you'll still be able to run some other SDM features, but you will not be allowed to configure IPS.
Here's a four-part question for you BSCI candidates. Briefly describe each of the following four ISIS terms.
An ISIS End System (ES) is a host. An Intermediate System (IS) is a single router.
An OSI domain is very much like a domain with the other routing protocols you've studied - it's a segment of the network that's under a common administrative control. An area is a logical network segment composed of contiguous routers and their connecting data links.
CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:
With Uplinkfast, exactly what kind of "uplink" are we talking about? How "fast" is Uplinkfast?
Answer: The uplink is a physical link to another switch. It's basically Portfast for your wiring closets. The transition from blocking to forwarding takes about 1 - 3 seconds when Uplinkfast is running.
What is the highest non-reserved CoS value?
Answer: 101 - Five.
More questions right here on the blog later today! Check my other blog posts for a link to my latest CCNA / CCNP Video Quiz!
To your success,