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Wednesday, January 15, 2014
Here are your CCNP SWITCH Flash Cards for January 15, 2014!
(There are some great questions here for you CCENT and CCNA Bulldogs, too!)
Thanks for stopping by!
With both my first vacation in quite a while along with a nasty head cold both in the rear view window, it's time to get back to work...
... and right now, that means it's time to hit some CCNP SWITCH Flash Cards!
(As soon as my voice fully recovers, I'll have some new CCNP SWITCH videos for you, too!)
I'll give you the description or scenario, and you just follow that with the answer! Simple as that -- so let's get started!
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1. This is the full command you use to apply ACL 15 to your VTY lines to control incoming Telnet connections.
2. Objective: After enabling port security, you want to double the number of secure MAC addresses on your switch. What's the full command that makes this happen?
3. You're creating a username / password database on a Cisco switch. You want to assign the highest privilege level possible to the user CBRYANT, and the password should be the value of the hex value "B".
Write the password out as a word rather than a numeric value, and give the full command to make this happen.
Get the answers and a little extra right after this brief and VERY important message!
1. To apply ACL 15 to your VTY lines to filter incoming Telnet connections, use the access-class 15 in command directly on the VTY lines.
SW1(config)#line vty 0 4
<1-199> IP access list
<1300-2699> IP expanded access list
WORD Access-list name
SW1(config-line)#access-class 15 ?
in Filter incoming connections
out Filter outgoing connections
SW1(config-line)#access-class 15 in ?
2. One of those "two-in-one" questions, because you need to know the command AND the default number of secure MAC addresses when port security is enabled.
That default is 1, so we'll use this command to set it to two:
SW1(config)#int fast 0/1
SW1(config-if)#switchport port-security ?
aging Port-security aging commands
mac-address Secure mac address
maximum Max secure addresses
violation Security violation mode
SW1(config-if)#switchport port-security maximum ?
<1-132> Maximum addresses
SW1(config-if)#switchport port-security maximum 2 ?
3. Another two-in-one question. First, we need to know that "B" in hex is 11, and since we're asked to write the value out, we'll set the password to eleven after setting the privilege level to the highest level possible, which is 15.