Monday, October 22, 2012

CCNA Questions Part 8


Another set of Random Networking Questions for your learning pleasure.


1. What OSI layer does the following refer to?

"Establishes availability of intended communication partners, establishes agreement on procedures regarding error recovery and data integrity and synchronizes networked applications"


A.) Transport layer
B.) Session layer
C.) Datalink layer
D.) Application layer
E.) Presentation layer


2. In Cisco the running-config is found in the ...

A.) NVRAM
B.) DRAM
C.) FLASH
D.) ROM


3. Where would you place standard access lists?

A) As close to the destination as possible
B) As close to the source as possible


4. How would you copy the IOS to a TFTP server?

A.) Router(config)#copy ram tftp
B.) Router(config)#copy tftp flash
C.) Router#copy flash tftp
D.) Router#copy tftp flash
E.) None of the above

5. What happens if a packet does not match any of an Access Lists (ACL) statements?
 

A.) Nothing
B.) It is rejected
C.) It is allowed


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1. Correct Answer D

In TCP/IP, the application layer contains all protocols and methods that fall into the realm of process-to-process communications across an Internet Protocol (IP) network. Application layer methods use the underlying transport layer protocols to establish host-to-host connections.

2. Correct Answer A

NVRAM

3. Correct Answer: A

Standard access lists only filter based on source address so they have to be placed as close to the destination as possible.


4. Correct Answer C

Router#copy flash tftp - Cisco IOS is stored in Flash memory on their devices.

5. Correct Answer B

It is rejected because all ACL's by default have an explicit "Deny All" statement at the end, that drops any packet that does not match the list.  This is usually bypassed by adding the "allow any any" statement at the end of the list.


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