It's Thursday, October 16, and here are the answers to yesterday's Cisco certification practice exam questions!
CCNA Certification And CCENT Certification:
Identify the true statements regarding RIP defaults.
A. Only version 1 updates are transmitted.
B. Only version 2 updates are transmitted, and those are sent via multicast.
C. The destination address of RIPv1 updates is 255.255.255.255.
D. Both version 1 and version 2 updates are accepted.
E. Only multicast updates are accepted.
F. Only broadcast updates are accepted.
Answers: A, C, D. By default, RIP sends only v1 updates, which are broadcasts. A RIP-enabled interface will accept both v1 and v2 updates by default.
Only 15 days until the release of my CCNA Security Study Package!
When configuring Cisco firewalls, there are three "Vs" you should be particularly careful with. What are they?
Answer: Voice, VPNs, and Video streams.
Short answer: What interface-level command must run for an ISIS deployment to work correctly?
Answer: ip router isis.
CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:
Short answer: What exactly does UDLD do? How is it enabled on a Cisco switch?
Answer: Unidirectional Link Detection detects - what else? - unidirectional links by transmitting a UDLD frame across the link. If a UDLD frame is received in return, that indicates a bidirectional link, and all is well.
UDLD can be enabled globally with the udld enable command, or on a per-interface level with the udld port command.
Of H.323, MGCP, and SIP, which are VoIP signaling protocols?
Which are IETF standards?
Which are ITU standards?
Answer: All three are VoIP signaling protocols. H.323 is an ITU standard; the other two are IETF standards.
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To your success,