Friday, October 25, 2013

It's Thursday, October 24, and it's time for yet another new CCNA and CCENT practice exam!

Let's get right to it, and when you're done here, I'll see you on Udemy!

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Let's get to today's exam!

1.   BPDU Guard is triggered by which of the following?

A.  An inferior BPDU only.

B.  Only superior BPDUs.

C.  Any kind of BPDU at all.

D.  A lack of incoming BPDUs.

2.  In which EIGRP tables will you find the feasible successor?

A.  Route

B.  Topology

C.  Neighbor

D.  Database

3.   You're writing ACL 45, and you want the last line of the ACL to negate the implict deny.   What's the full line you need to make that happen?

4.   You want to enable OSPF on all interfaces on your router with an address from the /16 network.  What's wrong with the following OSPF network command?

(config-router)#network area 0

A.  OSPF for IPv4 doesn't use the network command.

B.  The network is in the wrong place in the command.

C.  The mask is incorrect.

D.  The "area 0" portion of the command is incorrect.

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And now... the answers!

1.  "C".  BPDU Guard will shut a port down that receives any kind of BPDU, whether inferior or superior.

2.  "B".  Of the three EIGRP tables, the feasible successor is found only in the Topology table.   The successor is found in both the Route and Topology tables.

3.   We're using a standard ACL, so the line will be access-list 45 permit any.

4. "C".  With a /16 network, the wildcard mask we use with OSPF will be

Thanks for taking today's practice exam, and I'll see you on YouTube and Udemy!

Chris B.

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