Monday, November 10, 2008

It's Monday, November 10, and here are the answers to Sunday's Cisco CCNA, Security, CCNP, and CCENT practice exam questions!

Several new CCNA Video Pop Quizzes and Cisco Training Videos will be posted on the site later this week - watch the blog for details and links!

All of yesterday's questions were short answer, but the first answer shouldn't have been too short!


CCNA Certification And CCENT Certification:

A switch does one of three things with an incoming frame. Name each and an example of what would cause each action.

Answer: If the destination MAC is known and the source and destination are found on different ports, the frame is forwarded out the appropriate port only.

If the destination MAC is unknown, the frame is flooded - that is, it's sent out every port on the switch except the one it came in on.

If the destination MAC is known and the source and destination are found off the same port, the frame is filtered, which is a fancy way of saying "dropped".


CCNA Security Certification / CCNP ISCW Exam:

Name two major differences in the capabilities of the SDM Basic Firewall Wizard and the Advanced Firewall Wizard.

Answer: The Advanced Firewall Wizard allows for the configuration of a DMZ and multiple outside ("untrusted") interfaces, neither of which can be configured by the Basic wizard.



CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

What is the default cost of an OSPF-enabled interface running at T1 speed?

Answer: 64.



CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

What command is used on a Cisco Layer 3 switch to verify the HSRP timers?

Answer: That's the show standby command.



CCNP / ONT Exam:

What external authentication device is used by a Wireless Domains Service (WDS) AP?

Answer: You'll need a RADIUS server for that.

More free Cisco practice exam questions, Video Pop Quizzes, and training videos coming up later today! Be sure to check my other blog posts to learn how to subscribe to my YouTube video channel!

Chris Bryant

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