Monday, January 11, 2010




Hey Bulldogs - Here's A New CCNA Practice Exam For You!

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.

I'll have the answers to these questions for you later today in a Cisco Video Practice Exam And Tutorial - look for that between 7 and 9 PM Eastern Standard Time, and I'll see you then!

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"
chris@thebryantadvantage.com
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CCNA Practice Exam For Monday, January 11, 2010


Question 1:

Which of the following routing protocols use broadcasts to transmit routing updates?

A.  RIPv1

B.  RIPv2

C.  OSPF

D.  EIGRP

E.  All of the above

F.  None of these



Question 2:

When using the ip route command to create static routes, which of the following is an acceptable option?

A.  IP address of the local router exit interface

B.  IP address of the next-hop router

C.  Name of the local router exit interface ("ethernet0", for example)

D.  Name of the next-hop router's receiving interface



Question 3:

Is it possible to create a static route to the address "0.0.0.0"?

A.  Yes, that's an administrative static route

B.  Yes, that's a default static route

C.  Yes, that's a broadcast static route

D.  No


Question 4:

Identify the advantages of using static routes.

A.  Highly scalable solution

B.  Less packet overhead on your network

C.  Updates use multicasts rather than broadcasts

D.  Can replace multiple dynamic routes, particularly on a spoke router in a hub-and-spoke configuration


Question 5:

What network rule is described by the following?  

"A route cannot be advertised out the same interface upon which the advertisement for that route was originally received."

Sorry, no choices for that one.  :)

Extra credit:  If you're running RIPv2 and want to turn this feature off on your router's Serial0 interface, what interface-level command would perform that action?

See you later today with the answers!

Chris Bryant
CCIE #12933
"The Computer Certification Bulldog"


 
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