Monday, June 01, 2009

Hi Group!

Here are your Cisco certification training questions for Monday, June 1!

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And now... today's questions! All of today's questions are short answer - no choices given!

CCNA Certification:

After configuring an Etherchannel, you notice that some of the ports are in "err-disabled" mode. What action should you take to get the ports back to normal?

Answer: Just shut them down and reopen them. If your configuration is correct, the ports will stay open and the Etherchannel will form.

CCNA Security:

What does the second "AAA" indicate or mean in the following command?

HQ(config)#aaa authentication login AAA group tacacs+ none

Answer: That's where the name of the ACL being used for authentication in this list, which is why you may not want to call that list "AAA" - it's misleading.

Here are today's CCNP questions!

BSCI Exam:

What command is used to summarize routes advertised from one OSPF area to another?

Answer: Use the area range command for that particular situation.


Can HSRP updates be authenticated? If so, what command(s) would accomplish this?

Answer: Yes, you can, by using the authentication option with the standby command.

ISCW Exam:

You know how to enable SDEE in SDM. (At least, you better!) What command(s) will do so at the CLI?

Answer: The ip ips notify sdee command.

ONT Exam:

What's the basic purpose of VAD?

Answer: VAD detects an absence of voice activity, in which case it suppresses the transmission of voice packets. Since the average phone call is 25 - 35% silent, this saves a lot of bandwidth.

New questions right here on Tuesday, June 2!

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"

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