Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Here's a new CCNP SWITCH practice exam for you!

Let's hit these flashcard questions hard, and when you're done here, be sure to use these additional free CCNP SWITCH tutorials to help you nail the exam and earn your CCNP!

No need to put your answers in the form of a question, but if you want to hear Alex's voice in your head, feel free!

1.  This command globally enables DHCP Snooping on a Cisco switch.

2.  The full interface-level command that enables DHCP Snooping on a particular interface and confirms the port is indeed trustworthy.

3.  When dealing with STP defaults, a port's path cost of 19 indicates you're working with this port speed.

4.  It's the default STP priority of a Cisco switch.

5.  Of loop guard, root guard, and port security, the Cisco switch security feature that can result in a port entering the "root-inconsistent" state.

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The answers to today's questions:

1.   The global command is ip dhcp snooping.

2.   The interface-level command we need is ip dhcp snooping trust.

3.   The default STP path cost of a Fast Ethernet port is 19.

4.   The default priority of a Cisco switch is 32678.

5.   A root guard violation will cause a port to go into root-inconsistent state.

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

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