It's Monday, November 17, and it's time for the answers to Saturday's Cisco practice exam questions!
My apologies to you BCMSN students, I left the question out for that exam on Saturday. I'll make it up to you on Monday!
I posted quite a few new free Cisco training videos this past week, with over 30 more to come over the next six weeks - be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel to be the first to know of new videos! Details in today's other blog posts!
What type of BPDU triggers an interface's defenses when that interface is configured with Root Guard?
A. A superior BPDU
B. Any BPDU
C. BPDUs from an err-disabled router
D. A BPDU that would result in a change in the STP topology
Answer: A, D. Root Guard protects against a superior BPDU coming in on a given port, and it's superior BPDUs that would indeed change the STP topology.
What's the main difference between a DoS attack and a DDoS attack?
Answer: A Distributed DoS attack uses multiple attack sources (usually zombie computers), where a "regular" DoS attack has a single attack source.
The EIGRP Feasible Successor appears in which of the following tables?
Answer: D. This route type appears only in one EIGRP table, the Topology table.
What SDM Task button should you click to begin configuring a QoS scheme?
Answer: The QoS button, naturally!
More questions for you right here later today, and I'll have a new CCNA or CCNP video here on the blog and in YouTube beginning Tuesday - at least 35 new videos by the end of the year!
To your success,