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1. Name the protocol or service described in each line.
A. Makes it much more difficult to read passwords in the Cisco router configuration (as opposed to the default)
B. Delivers information about directly connected Cisco devices
C. Performs dynamic assignment of IP addresses
D. Shows the L3 path from your local router to the remote host, including IP addresses of all intermediate routers
2. Which of the following most accurately describes the number of ACLs you can apply to a single Cisco router interface?
A. As many as you like, and as you apply multiple ACLs in one direction, the contents of the most recently applied ACL will be added to the bottom of the ACL that is already applied.
B. One ACL per direction AND per protocol
C. One ACL per direction
D. One per protocol, and as many as you like in one direction.
3. If a Cisco switch port is running "CSMA/CD", what else can we definitely determine about that port?
A. It's the logical interface representing VLAN1 on the switch (the default admin VLAN).
B. It's running at full-duplex.
C. It's running at maximum speed.
D. The port is running at half-duplex.
4. A Cisco switch is "administratively down". What should you do to resolve this issue?
A. Reopen the VLAN 1 interface (the administrative interface).
B. Manually re-open the port in question.
C. Make sure the port is getting clockrate from a DCE
D. Check the cabling, because one of them is loose!
5. What command gave us this output?
Serial0 (down): ip 126.96.36.199 dlci 122(0x7A,0x1CA0), static,
CISCO, status deleted
Serial0 (down): ip 188.8.131.52 dlci 123(0x7B,0x1CB0), static,
CISCO, status deleted
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