Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Here are your free Cisco certification exam practice questions for Wednesday, May 6!

Be sure to check today's other blog posts for new (and free!) CCNA and CCNP training videos - it's all part of the Cisco Fifty - 50 new videos posted over the next 50 days!

And be sure to register for today's free CCNA Webinar on Frame Relay Fundamentals!


CCNA / CCENT Certification:

What is the maximum number of access ports you can place into an Etherchannel?

A. 2

B. 4

C. 16

D. 32

E. 0






CCNA Security:

You're checking your access-list configuration in Security Device Manager and notice what looks like a five-pointed asterisk. What does this figure indicate?

A. "any"

B. "host"

C. The default ACL line.

D. The default ACL rule.



CCNA Voice:

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

Here's an oldie-but-goodie from your CCNA days!

What Cisco switching features allows a switch port to skip the STP listening and learning stages?

No multiple choice, you should know that one! :)


CCNA Wireless:

Your network admin partner wants to convert an AP to lightweight mode. Name two ways this conversion can be carried out.

Here are today's CCNP questions!


BSCI Exam:

What command will allow you to change the cost of an OSPF-created default route?

A. cost default

B. default-cost

C. default information originate

D. area stub x default route cost


BCMSN Exam:

Better know your hex for the BCMSN test! Convert the following values into decimal...

A. F7

B. De9

... and these decimal values into hex.

C. 19

D. 510


ISCW Exam:

Which of the following is a valid NTP role that can be filled by a Cisco router?

A. master

B. peer

C. client

D. server

E. forwarder

F. greeter


ONT Certification:

Which of the following features mutual authentication?

A. PEAP

B. LEAP

C. EAP-FAST

D. EAP-TLS


Answers right here on Thursday, May 7!


Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"
http://www.thebryantadvantage.com/
chris@thebryantadvantage.com

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