And right after that, I'll repost Wednesday's questions! :) Be sure to scroll down in the blog for your opportunity to attend free CCNA / CCNP Webinars next week, and to view my latest Cisco certification training videos!
And now... the answers to Tuesday's questions!
Which of the following does EIGRP use by default in order to calculate route metrics?
D. metric weight
Answer: A, C. EIGRP uses bandwidth and delay by default to calculate route metrics.
Short answer: What's the basic purpose of the IP Source Guard feature?
Answer: IP Source Guard is used to deny or allow IP-based traffic on untrusted L2 ports.
CCNA Voice: (My CCNA Voice Study Package will be released in June!)
The Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express Feature offers several license options. How many phones can be set up with the FL-CCME-MEDIUM license?
What is the first overall step in the process of an LWAPP Access Point discovering a Controller?
A. AP sends an LWAPP ARP message
B. AP sends an LWAPP RARP message
C. AP receives an LWAPP ARP message
D. AP sends an LWAPP Discovery Request
And now for the CCNP answers!
Which of the following BGP values is commonly extended through a process called "prepending"?
Answer: B. AS-PATH prepending can be used to influence BGP best path selection.
What command enables the L3 capabilities of a Cisco multilayer switch?
A. ip routing
B. L3 enable
C. L3 routing
D. no ip L2 switching
Answer: A. Just run the ip routing command!
Which of the following commands enforces a minimum level of security that Cisco warns can easily be compromised?
A. no ip domain-lookup
B. service password-encryption
C. port security
D. DHCP Snooping
E. TCP Intercept
Answer: B. The encryption enforced by the service password-encryption command isn't particularly strong; it's good for the dreaded "over-the-shoulder" network attack, but that's really about it.
Name the default queues used in Priority Queuing, and the default capacity of each queue.
Answer: High, 20 packets; Medium, 40 packets; Normal, 60 packets; Low, 80 packets.
See you later today with a fresh batch of Cisco training questions!