Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Here are the answers to this past Tuesday's Cisco certification exam training questions!

Be sure to scroll down in the blog for new CCNA and CCNP training videos and Video Practice Exams!

CCNA / CCENT Certification:

Short answer: What command would create a default static route that uses the local router's Serial0 interface (172.16.1.1) for the exit interface?

Answer:

ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 serial0

The ip route command will include either the local router's exit interface or the next-hop IP address.






CCNA Security:

What method of identifying malicious traffic seeks and detects variations from normal traffic patterns?

Answer: The anomaly method.






CCNA Voice:

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

Name the three VTP modes and identify which ones will allow the creation of a new VLAN.

Answer: Server, client, and transparent. Both server and transparent modes allow the switch to create a new VLAN.


CCNP answers to follow!





BSCI Exam:

What key combination is the "escape sequence" for pings and traceroutes?

Answer: ctrl-shift-6 twice, once right after the other. It takes a little getting used to, but before long you're doing it without even thinking about it.







BCMSN Exam:

What's so "rapid" about the Rapid Spanning Tree Protocol as compared to "regular" STP?

Answer: Missed BPDUs are acted upon more quickly with RSTP than with STP.





ISCW Exam:

Name the two locations where an Authentication Proxy can keep user profiles.

Answer: RADIUS and TACACS+ servers.







ONT Exam:

RED offers three "drop" behaviors. Name and briefly describe them.

Answer: The names actually describe them - No Drop, Random Drop, and Full Drop!








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Chris Bryant

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The Computer Certification Bulldog


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