Indicate whether the statement is true or false.
1.The Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) sends data using a reliable connection.
2.The system configuration dialog presents a series of prompts that guide you through the initial configuration for the router.
3.Ping and Trace are available only from the user EXEC mode.
4.IPX/SPX can be routed across the Internet.
5.For the RIP (version 1) routing protocol, hop count is the sole metric used to determine the relative desirability of a particular path.
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
6. tell the computer or router which part of an IP address is the network portion and which part is the host portion.
a. CIDR tables
c. Subnet masks
b. Summarization tables
d. Router masks
7.IPv4 networks rely on , which is inefficient because many hosts unnecessarily see and partially process traffic not ultimately destined for them.
8.The transition method involves enabling IPv6 on all routers, switches, and end nodes but not disabling IPv4—so both version 4 and version 6 stacks run at the same time.
c. dual stack
9.When the prompt displayed is the greater than symbol, the router is in EXEC mode.
10.User mode does not allow you to configure the router. To do this, you must go into the EXEC mode.
11.The editing command moves the cursor to the end of the current line.
12.The command is typically used as a legal means of warning anyone who accesses the banner that they will be held accountable.
a. banner legal
c. banner motd
b. legal motd
d. motd on
13. contains the working copy of the current Cisco IOS and is the component that initializes the IOS for normal router operations.
b. Flash memory
14.If you want to view the contents of the startup-config, you can type at the enable prompt.
a. show config
c. show startup-config
b. run startup-config
d. show rom-config
15.The command indicates that you want to overwrite the existing NVRAM with the configuration information stored on the TFTP server.
a. configure memory
c. copy tftp startup-config
b. configure overwrite-network
d. configure terminal
16.In the event you are configuring a serial interface as a DCE (data communication equipment), you will need to add the [bandwidth in bits per second] command.
17.You can examine the configuration register by typing at either the enable mode or user mode prompt.
a. show configuration
c. show version
b. show reg
d. show register
18.An autonomous system (AS) uses as routing protocols.
a. Exterior Gateway Protocols
c. Limit Gateway Protocols
b. Border Gateway Protocols
d. Interior Gateway Protocols
19.The Cisco command turns on RIP routing for a network.
c. routing rip
d. rip ip on
20.The command displays real-time rip updates being sent and received and places very high processing demands on your router, which could affect network performance.
a. show ip rip
c. debug ip rip
b. show ip protocol
d. debug ip protocol
21.The command allows you to configure an administrative distance.
a. ip distance
c. adm distance
b. ip route
d. adm route
22.A route is a type of static route that the administrator configures.
23.Default routes are sometimes called routes.
d. quad zero
24.Your router receives a summary address of 192.168.176/21. What address range will your router forward based on this summary address?
a. 192.168.0.1 through 192.168.255.254
c. 192.168.176.1 through 192.168.191.254
b. 192.168.176.1 through 192.168.176.255
d. 192.168.176.1 through 192.168.183.254
Identify one or more choices that best complete the statement or answer the question.
25.Which subnet mask is the most efficient for point-to-point serial links when using VLSM?
Match each item with a statement below:
f. RIP version 1
c. Subnet mask
26.the next generation of IP
27.indicates how much of the IP address represents the network or subnet
28.also known as route aggregation
29.a global, government-independent entity with overall responsibility for the Internet
30.four bits, which is half of a byte
31.Describe CDP and its features.
32.Would you use CDP at your current or future workplace and why?
33.What is IPv6? Will it replace IPv4 and why?