Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Hi Group!

Here are your Cisco practice exam questions for Monday, July 6!

Answers were added on Tuesday, July 7.

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CCNA and CCENT Certification:

Which of the following are required in an EIGRP network statement?

A. AS number

B. process number

C. wildcard mask

D. subnet mask

E. "broadcast"

F. "multicast"

G. All of the above

H. None of the above

Answer: A. The use of wildcard masks with EIGRP is recommended, but not required. EIGRP does not use process numbers, a "broadcast option", or a "multicast" option.

CCNA Security:

Of the Basic and Advanced Firewall Wizards, which allows you to configure a DMZ?

A. Both

B. Neither

C. The Basic Wizard only.

D. The Advanced Wizard only.

Answer: D. Only the Advanced Firewall Wizard allows the creation of a DMZ.

And now for the CCNP questions!

BSCI Exam:

Which of the following are required in a BGP "neighbor" statement?

A. Wildcard mask

B. Subnet mask

C. IP address of the neighbor

D. AS of the neighbor

E. BGP process number of the neighbor

F. The local router's BGP process number

Answer: C, D.


What is the net effect of the configuration shown below?

SW2(config)#errdisable recovery cause all
SW2(config)#errdisable recovery interval 300

Answer: Ports placed into err-disabled mode for any reason ("cause all") will be automatically brought out of that mode after five minutes ("300" seconds).

ISCW Exam:

What keystroke combination will allow you to exit AutoSecure without saving the changes?

A. ctrl-c

B. ctrl-alt-del

C. ctrl-shift-6 (twice)

D. ctrl-shift-6, x

E. There isn't one.

Answer: A. The same keystroke that gets you out of Setup Mode without saving changes will do the same for AutoSecure.

ONT Exam:

Cisco routers support three analog interface types. Name them.


FXS, the Foreign eXchange Service

FXO, the Foreign eXchange Office

E&M, which stands for Earth & Magneto or Ear & Mouth, depending on who you talk to, so look for either or both on your exam and in real-world documentation.

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Chris Bryant
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