Friday, April 10, 2009

Hiya Group! :)

Here are your Cisco practice exam questions for Thursday, April 9!

Be sure to check other blog posts from this past week and over the weekend for....

.... your chance to register for free CCNA/CCNP Webinars this upcoming week on Frame Relay Fundamentals and Etherchannels

.... three new CCNA/CCNP training videos and practice exams

... more free CCNA and CCNP practice exam questions

... and more!


And now, on to Thursday's practice exam questions!

CCNA / CCENT Certification:

You just connected two Cisco 2950 switches via their fast 0/11 ports. You used a crossover cable to do so. What is the result, assuming the switch defaults are in place?

A. A trunk will form after you configure those ports with the appropriate commands.

B. A trunk will not form under any circumstances.

C. A trunk will form with no other configuration necessary.

D. The ports will both go into err-disabled mode.





CCNA Security:

Name three different values TCP Intercept can monitor when determining if a TCP SYN attack is underway.




CCNA Voice: (My CCNA Voice Study Package will be released in June!)

Which of the following would require you to run the reset command?

A. DHCP scope change

B. Phone line change

C. Speed dial change

D. Firmware change / update

E. Time changes



CCNA Wireless:

What command would change the native VLAN on a switch's port fast0/10 to VLAN 10?


And now for the CCNP answers!



What device sits at the top of a multicast tree?

A. The source of the packets


B. The destination of the packets


C. A multilayer switch


D. The root bridge







BCMSN Exam:

What command would set an HSRP virtual router's MAC address to 11-22-33-44-55-66?




ISCW Exam:

When configuring the IPSec rules in SDM, you define the traffic that will be protected by that VPN. What happens to the other traffic?

A. It's never sent.

B. It's sent, but it's unprotected.

C. It's sent, but protected via DES, which is easily compromised.

D. It's sent, but protected via AES, which is easily compromised.






To your success,


Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
http://www.thebryantadvantage.com/

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