Another set of Random Nework related questions to mull over - have fun.
1. What effect will the shutdown command have on a Cisco router if you are in the Router(config-if)# mode?
A.) disable the router
B.) disable all inbound traffic
C.) disable the current interface
D.) disable remote access to the router
2. IP and IPv6 and IPX are examples of...
A.) Routing protocols
B.) Routed protocols
3. Cisco Routers are what by default?
A.) DTE devices
B.) DCE devices
4. What would the command copy run start achieve?
A.) Copy the startup configuration to RAM
B.) Copy the running configuration to NVRAM
C.) This is not a correct IOS command
5. If a switch receives a multicast frame, what does it do with it?
A.) Forwards it out every port
B.) Sends it back to the originator asking for a destination address
C.) Drops the frame
6, What is the default setting on a router for the invalid timer if you are using IGRP?
A.) 90 seconds
B.) 30 seconds
C.) 280 seconds
D.) 270 seconds
E.) 180 seconds
1. Correct Answer C
disable the current interface
2. Correct Answer B
ROUTED PROTOCOLS are nothing more than data being transported across the networks.
Eg IP, IPV6 and IPX
ROUTING PROTOCOLS are the software that allow routers to dynamically advertise and learn routes, determine which routes are available and which are the most efficient routes to a destination.
Eg BGP, OSPF, RIP
3. Correct Answer A
DTE devices (Data Terminal Equipment) which basically means they receive or slave off the clock source provided by the carrier Circuit (DCE). Cisco Interfaces can be configured to DCE mode (they supply clock) by adding the Clock rate command.
4. Correct Answer B
Copy the running configuration to NVRAM
5. Correct Answer A
Internally multicast is treated the same as a broadcast. So the Switch will send it to all ports except from which it was recieved. Same way it will treat a broadcast.
6. Correct Answer: D
IGRP sends its routing table to its neighbors every 90 seconds. IGRP uses an invalid timer to mark a route as invalid after 270 seconds (three times the update timer). IGRP uses a flush timer to remove a route from the routing table (default flush timer is 630 seconds, seven times the update period).
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