Hey, I owe this group some answers - the answers to Sunday's CCNA and CCNP practice exam questions!
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And now... the answers to Sunday's questions!
CCNA and CCENT Certification:
What's the decimal equivalent of the hex value 4aE?
Answer: Breaking that down, we have 4 units of 256, 10 ("a") units of 16, and 14 ("E") units of 1.
4 x 256 = 1024
10 x 16 = 160
14 x 1 = 14
1024 + 160 + 14 = 1198
Name and describe Autosecure's two modes.
Answer: Interactive and non-interactive, and they're just what they sound like - you will be prompted for values throughout Interactive mode, and non-interactive applies Cisco best-practice security settings.
And remember - what's best for Cisco might not be best for your network! :)
Here are today's CCNP questions!
What's the main difference between an iBGP neighbor and an eBGP neighbor?
Answer: The "i" in iBGP indicates an Internal neighbor - one in the same AS. As you'd think, the "e" in eBGP indicates an External neighbor - a neighbor in a different AS.
Briefly describe the purpose for and configuration of HSRP interface tracking.
Answer: Basically, this feature enables the HSRP process to monitor an additional interface; the status of this interface will dynamically change the HSRP priority for a specified group.
When that interface's line protocol shows as "down", the HSRP priority of the router is reduced. This can lead to another HSRP router on the network becoming the active router - but that other router must be configured with the preempt option in order to do so.
Use the standby track command to perform HSRP interface tracking. (I'll have a video up soon on this topic as well!)
R2(config-if)#standby 1 track serial0
What command allows you to limit the number of NTP peers and clients your router can associate with?
Answer: ntp max-associations
What's the main goal of Call Admissions Control?
Answer: CAC prevents additional calls from being placed if doing so would degrade calls already in progress.
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