Friday, July 24, 2009

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We're changing the format of the practice exam questions a bit - you'll now get five questions for a particular exam every day!

Here are five CCNA Security practice exam questions; you'll find the answers to yesterday's CCNA questions in another of today's posts.


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Here's your five-question CCNA Security practice exam!

Question 1:

Here's a quote from Cisco's website. What command is this quote referring to?

"The algorithm used by the xxx command is a simple Vigenère cipher. The algorithm is not designed to protect configuration files against serious analysis by even slightly sophisticated attackers and must not be used for this purpose."



Question 2:

Which of the following are valid NTP modes?

A. client

B. server

C. peer

D. transparent

E. master

F. synch




Question 3:

Short answer: What ACL option prevents incoming TCP synchronization requests from entering the router?




Question 4:

Name four addresses or address ranges that are considered illegal source IP addresses for packets when RFC 3704 Filtering is in effect.


Question 5:

Which of the following SNMP versions have cryptographic capabilities?

A. v1

B. v2

C. v3

D. v0


Answers right here on Friday, July 24!



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