Hey Bulldogs - Here's A New CCNA / CCNP Practice Exam on OSPF and link state protocols, along with a free CCNA Certification Training Video!
Be sure to scroll down in the blog for a major scheduling announcement made yesterday, and you'll also find 40 minutes of free Cisco CCNA/CCNP Video Training in the Bulldog Blog as well.
The answers to these questions can be found in the Video Practice Exam at the end of this post. Enjoy!
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"
Which of the following accurately describes a link state protocol?
A. Sends routing updates at regular intervals
B. Advertises only changes when a network change occurs, rather than the entire collection of links and routes
C. Uses an algorithm to create the routing table
C. Advertises full routes and masks in routing updates, clearly visible via a debug
Short answer: What term is given to a router on an OSPF segment that is neither the DR nor the BDR?
Which of the following accurately describes OSPF?
A. Purely a link state protocol
B. A hybrid of link state and distance vector protocols
C. Uses Hello packets to create and maintain adjacencies
D. Adjacencies are always manually created by the network admin
E. Sends Hello packets at different intervals on broadcast segments and non-broadcast segments
F. Does not use Hello packets
Which of the following does NOT have to match between potential OSPF neighbors in order for an adjacency to take place?
A. process number
B. AS number
C. hello timer on segment
D. dead timer on segment
E. OSPF adjacencies are created manually rather than dynamically, so none of these values matter
Which of the following OSPF adjacency states is unique to an NBMA network?
The answers to these questions can be found in the following Cisco Video Practice Exam - and when you're done there, be sure to visit our CCNA and CCNP Tutorials page and our YouTube Cisco Certification Video Training channel!