It's Tuesday, November 18, and here the answers to yesterday's free Cisco training questions!
CCNA Voice questions debut later this week!
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You've configured several username/password combinations in global configuration mode on your Cisco router. You want to use this database to authenticate incoming Telnet connections. What command should be placed on the VTY lines to make this happen?
Answer: You'll need the login local command. The login command by itself looks for a password actually configured on the VTY lines.
What's the main difference between in-band and out-of-band management?
Answer: In-band management has network management data share a channel with regular data, while out-of-band management has a dedicated channel for network management traffic.
Assuming you're working on a Cisco router (is there another kind? ;) ), what are the first three BGP criteria used in the best-path selection process?
Answer: First is highest weight, next is highest local preference, third is the fact that locally originated routes are preferred.
CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:
What security feature caused the following message? What event triggered the event? Finally, what if anything needs to be done to put the port back into operation?
05:06:04: %PM-4-ERR_DISABLE: psecure-violation error detected on Fa0/7, puttingFa0/7 in err-disable state
5:06:04: %PORT_SECURITY-2-PSECURE_VIOLATION: Security violation occurred, caused by MAC address 000f.f773.ed20 on port FastEthernet0/7.
Answer: Knowing this is Port Security is the easy part! Port Security was left at its default, since the violation shut the port down. When Port Security shuts a port down, that port goes into error-disabled state. By default, you'll need to manually reopen that port.
What Cisco router planes are protected by CoPP?
Answer: The control and management planes.
More questions later today! Be sure to look out for my latest Cisco video as well, as we take a look at how to configure and troubleshoot an access server!
To your success,