There is a single route to the 192.168.24.0/24 LAN using the T1 connection.
There is a single route to the 192.168.24.0/24 LAN using the DSL connection.
There is a single route to the 192.168.24.0/24 LAN using the Metro Ethernet connection.
EIGRP installs all three routes to the 192.168.24.0/24 LAN and load balances the traffic
Fewer redundant links are required to maintain connectivity.
Prioritizes data traffic over all other types of traffic
Increases bandwidth on a link to ensure voice quality traffic
Provides preferred service to specified network traffic
Automatically assigns the highest priority to web and database traffic
Configure VLAN 1 as the native VLAN
Disable unused ports on switches
Enable SSH and disable Telnet
Consolidate guest traffic and internal employee traffic
Ensure that logs are stored locally on routers
After the configuration from NVRAM is loaded into RAM
After the configuration form NVRAM is loaded into ROM
When the bootstrap program is loaded into RAM
During the POST
The remote router updates the Frame Relay map table with DLCI 35 to reach the 10.1.10.0 network.
Inverse ARP is used to add an entry for the 10.1.10.1 into the Frame Relay map table via the use of DLCI 5.
DLCI 35 replaces the MAC address in the ARP table for entry 10.1.10.1.
A Layer 2 address is statically mapped to a Layer 3 address.
Router BRT uses DLCI 35 to forward data to 10.1.10.1.
Network simulation tool
It creates separate pathways for different VLANs.
It creates two tunnels, one for user traffic and one for management traffic such as CDP and SNMP.
It allows user traffic that is destined for the corporate network to travel across the VPN tunnel, while traffic destined for the Internet travels through the local LAN of the VPN client.
It allows separate tunnels so that high priority traffic, such as voice and video, uses the higher bandwidth tunnel, while all other user traffic travels on the lower bandwidth tunnel.
Redundant links are not blocked.
Routing tables converge more quickly.
Spanning Tree convergence times are reduced.
Assign to each server a static internal IP address that is mapped statically to a public IP address.
Place all servers in their own class C private subnet.
Provide a private address to each server using DHCP.
Assign addresses from a pool of public Class B addresses using DHCP.
The router needs a routing protocol configured.
The router needs additional Fast Ethernet interfaces installed.
The subinterfaces of the router should have IP addresses applied.
All the subinterfaces of the router should be configured in the same VLAN.
The subinterfaces must be the same value as the VLAN ID that they are routing for.
The router sends the traffic out Serial 0/0/0.
The router sends the traffic out all interfaces other than the one it came in on.
The router places the packets into a queue until a better route is discovered via RIP.
The router sends a request to neighbouring routers for paths to the 172.18.10.0 network.
The WIC was not physically installed properly.
The WIC was installed into slot 1 instead of slot 0.
The interface type and number are invalid on an 1841.
The configuration register is the wrong value for adding new modules.
Change to a public IP address scheme.
Ensure that automatic route summarization has been disabled on all routers in the network.
Change the IP address for the Router3 LAN to be 192.168.7.0/24.
Change the subnet mask on the link between Router2 and Router3 to 255.255.555.0.
Anycast addressing F. header simplification
The router at the client site is still in the process of rebooting.
The administrator probably configured the wrong password.
The administrator has not issued a not shut command on the serial interface.
The administrator probably configured the wrong IP address for the serial interface.
There is enough DRAM and flash.
There is not enough DRAM and flash.
There is enough DRAM but not enough flash.
There is not enough DRAM but enough flash.
Wireless LAN controllers
Standalone access points
Wireless network cards for an ad hoc WLAN
Lightweight access point and wireless LAN controller
The firewall router and ISP connection represent a single point of failure.
If one of the Layer 3 switches fails, the Cisco Call Manager will be unreachable.
A power supply failure of the server block switch will cause the entire IP telephony system to fail.
Using Layer 3 switches to interconnect the server block servers to the IP phones introduces too much delay.
The IP phones need to be redundantly connected to the switches to prevent single points of failure at the access layer.
Router eigrp 11 network 10.5.0.0 network 192.168.0.0 no auto summary interface s0/1/0 ip address 10.5.0.1 255.255.255.252
Router eigrp 11 network 192.168.0.0 0.0.3.255 network 192.168.8.0 0.0.3.255 network 10.5.0.0 0.0.0.3 no auto summary interface s0/1/0 ip address 10.5.0.1 255.255.255.252
Router eigrp 11 network 10.5.0.0 0.0.0.3 network 192.168.0.0 0.0.3.255 no auto summary interface s0/1/0 ip address 10.5.0.1 255.255.255.252 ip summary-address eigrp 11 192.168.0.0 255.255.252.0
Router eigrp 11 network 10.5.0.0 0.0.0.3 network 192.168.8.0 network 192.168.28.0 network 192.168.20.0 no auto summary interface s0/1/0 ip address 10.5.0.1 255.255.255.252 ip summary-address eigrp 11 192.168.0.0 255.255.224.0
Authentication will fail because only one key is configured.
Authentication will fail because the key chain names do not match.
Authentication will succeed and EIGRP updates can be exchanged.
Authentication will fail because the key chain names must match the router names.
It adjusts the cost of all EIGRP routes to 8.
It enables unequal cost load balancing on the router.
It restricts the number of EIGRP feasible successor routes to 8.
It enables EIGRP equal cost load balancing over a maximum of 8 routes.
It modifies the number of values used in the composite metric calculation.
PC power supplies
Patch cords from PCs to network jacks
Cabling from the network jack to the wiring closet
Monitoring of DMZ traffic
Use of EtherChannel
Obtaining IPv6 addresses from an IPv4 DHCP server
Allowing both protocol stacks to run on the same network device
Encapsulating one protocol packet within another protocol
Enabling direct communication between hosts that use different versions of the IP protocol
Address configuration errors can be corrected using out-of-band connections.
Placement of subnets and route summarization can be verified.
An engineer can test physical security without leaving the office or lab.
The addressing scheme can be tested for scalability.
The effects of combining new with existing infrastructure can be measured.
Change the LMI type on the local router.
Verify that the DLCI number is the same on both sides of the PVC.
Configure the router using the frame-relay map ip command.
Verify that the remote router has Frame Relay encapsulation enabled.
Inform the customer that the project budget must be increased.
Inform the customer that the project cannot be completed given the unreasonable budget constraints.
Communicate any risks that are associated with the equipment substitution and obtain customer approval to proceed.
Because the customer is probably aware that the budget limitations will require lower cost, less capable equipment, the account manager should do nothing.
The IP address of the TFTP server
The current name of the IOS image on the router
The operating system of the TFTP server
The name of the configuration file in NVRAM
The name of the IOS image on the TFTP server
Traffic filtering is needed on the internal LAN.
Multiple levels of access to the network are needed.
The DMZ requires packet filtering and port blocking.
Heavy network traffic will be handled best by using a dedicated device.
Allows connectivity between different VLANs
Provides reliable connectivity to the end user
Reduces the number of required redundant links
Results in fewer IP subnets to configure and manage
Enables traffic filtering that is based on subnet addresses
Post-sales field engineer
RTB Fa0/0 inbound
RTC S0/0/1 inbound
RTD Fa0/0 outbound
RTC S0/1/0 outbound
The commands overwrite the existing Managers ACL.
The commands are added at the end of the existing Managers ACL.
The commands are added at the beginning of the existing Managers ACL.
The network administrator receives an error that states that the ACL already exists.
Frame Relay Layer 2 address
One DLCI allowed per local loop
Locally significant circuit endpoint
Signaling standard between DTE and DCE
Establishes the data transfer rate through a Frame Relay network
192.168.1.44/28 E. 192.168.1.63/28
Placing a VoIP call to a business associate in anoth er country
Connecting to the corporate web server to update sales figures
Using a VPN from home to send data to the main office server farm
Responding to an e-mail from a co-worker in another department
Printing a meeting agenda on a local departmental network printer
Performs routing and packet manipulation
Supplies redundancy and failover protection
Provides a high-speed, low-latency backbone
Serves as a network connection point for IP telephony devices
Enable Inverse ARP on the serial interface in order to learn the routes to the IP addresses of the remote routers.
To prevent the Frame Relay net work from causing a routing loop, disable split horizon on the serial interface.
Create three separate point-to-point subinterfaces on the serial interface and assign a different subnet IP address to each one.
Configure the serial interface with a single i nterface DLCI number and create frame -relay map statements for each remote site address.
The WAN link that connects R1 to R3 has an incorrect mask.
The WAN links need IP addresses from a different major network.
The WAN link that connects R1 to R2 overlaps with the R3 LAN.
The IP addressing in R1 LAN is incorrect because subnet zero cannot be used with VLSM.
MDF_R1 has a MAC address of 2294:300F:0000.
MDF_R1 is connected through FastEthernet0/1 to C2960 -24TT-L_IDF1.
Device C2960-24TT-L_IDF1 is running Cisco IOS Software Release 12.2(25)SEE2.
MDF_R1 is installed in the ma in distribution facility on floor 24 of building L.
The R1 router has two specific routes to the main office LANs in the routing table.
The default route for the R1 router points to the Edge1 router.
The R1 router will load-balance traffic to the main office LANs by using both DSL and Frame Relay.
A connection through ISP-1 will be used to reach the main office LAN s if the Frame Relay network is unavailable.
WPA encryption keys
Voice VLAN parameters
IP address of the access point
Management VLAN parameters
Delete the previous version of the Cisco IOS software from flash.
Copy the new IOS into NVRAM to create a backup copy.
Restart the router and verify that the new image starts successfully.
Verify the free space available on the router to store the new IOS image.
Host 1 can ping Host 2.
Host 1 cannot ping Host 2.
Host 2 cannot ping Host 3.
Host 3 can ping Host 1.
Host 3 can ping Host 2.
Install the hot-swappable option module.
Turn off the power to the router before installing the new module.
Remove the WIC-2T module so that the new module can be installed in slot 0.
Shut down all Fast Ethernet ports on the router until the new WIC module installation is complete.
Configure the Cisco IOS software to support an internal trunk link between the two WIC modules.
To initiate a ping to determine if a destination address is reachable
To respond to a DNS name query
To broadcast its identity to its locally connected neighbors
To request the MAC address of a destination IP address
At a POP
At an IXP
At a Metro Ethernet link
On the ISP extranet
Planning and provisioning
The clients will not boot completely until the DHCP server resumes functioning.
The clients will attempt via the use of the IP address 127.0.0.1 to communicate with the other clients.
All clients with link-local addresses will communicate with each other in a peer -to-peer manner.
A link-local address will be automatically assigned to the hosts by the operating system.
A link-local process will use a DNS query to determine if any other device uses the same link-local address.
Routes data between networks
Converts data to bits for transmission
Delivers data reliably across the network using TCP
Formats and encodes data for transmission
Transmits data to the next directly connected device
The help desk technican resolves the customer problem over the phone and closes the trouble ticket.
Remote desktop utilities enable the help desk technician to fix a configuration error and close the trouble ticket.
After trying unsuccessfully to fix a problem, the help desk technician sends the trouble ticket to the onsite support staff.
When the problem is solved, all information is recorded on the trouble ticket for future reference.
Placing electrical signals on the medium for transmission
Initiating the network communication process
Encrypting and compressing data for transmission
Segmenting and identifying data for reassembly at the destination
Choosing the appropriate path for the data to take through the network
An incorrect IP address on the default gateway.
A bad subnet mask in the host IP configuration.
A firewall filtering traffic addressed to TCP port 25 on an email server.
An incorrect DNS server address being given out by DHCP.
The cost of the currently installed equipment
All product keys for site license software
Any planned growth anticipated in the near future
The memory requirements for installed application software
Only two power outlets per wall in each room
Poor physical security of network devices
Horizontal cabling runs under 100 meters
Lack of UPS for critical devices
The location of cables, computers, and other peripherals
The path that the data takes through a network
The wiring closet and access point locations
The device names and Layer 3 addressing information
The location of routing, network address translation, and firewall filtering
Configure the servers and routers prior to delivery
Upgrade the network operating system and all client operating systems
Investigate and document the physical layout of the premises
Document the final design for approval by the customer
Perform a site survey to document the existing network structure
Router> enable Router# configure terminal Router(config)# hostname LAB_A
Router> enable Router# hostname LAB_A
Router> enable Router# configure router Router(config)# hostname LAB_A
Router> enable Router(config)# host name LAB_A
Secret EXEC mode
Privileged EXEC mode
View a list of commands entered in a previous session.
Recall up to 15 command lines by default.
Set the command history buffer size.
Recall previously entered commands.
Save command lines in a log file for future reference.
Global configuration mode
ROM monitor mode
User EXEC mode
It is used to build and maintain ARP tables.
It provides a method for segmenting and reassembling data packets.
It allows an administrator to devise an addressing scheme for the network.
It allows a router to share information about known networks with other routers.
It provides a procedure for encoding and decoding data into bits for packet forwarding.
Routers will not allow packets to be forwarded until the network has converged.
Hosts are unable to access their gateway until the network has converged.
Routers may make incorrect forwarding decisions until the network has c onverged.
Routers will not allow configuration changes to be made until the network has converged.
When the company's ISP adds connection points to the Internet
When additional routers are added to the corporate internetwork
When more than one interior routing protocol is used
When the company uses two or more ISPs
Virtual private network
Applies the default service configured in directory services
Uses ARP to discover the appropriate service from the local router
Sends a request to the client as king for the appropriate service
Identifies the appropriate service from the destination port field
It enables the synchronization of port numbers between source and destination hosts.
It immediately triggers the retransmission of lost data.
It synchronizes both ends of a connection by allowing both sides to agree upon initial sequence numbers.
It identifies the destination application on the receiving host.
No flow control
No error-recovery function
Source port with destination port
Source IP address with destination port
Source IP address and destination IP address
Source IP address and port with a destination IP address and port
Local recursive query
Root domain query
Top-level domain query
Connection using six VTY lines
Stateful packet inspection
Stateless packet inspection
The loopback address is not set.
The encapsulation type is mismatched.
A cable is not attached to the interface.
Keep alive messages are not being received.
The interface is administratively shut down.
Show ip route
Cables that exceed maximum length
Viruses and worms that create excessive broadcast traffic
Poor termination of cables
Receiving "line protocol down" messages on th e router console
FastEthernet0/0 is functioning correctly.
The shutdown command has been applied on Serial0/0.
FastEthernet0/0 was configured by the startup -config at bootup.
Serial0/0 is experiencing a Layer 1 network problem.
FastEthernet0/1 is experiencing a Layer 2 network problem.
There is a duplex mismatch error.
There is a link fault error. This port is unable to forward frames.
The port is operational and ready to transmit packets.
This port has been disabled by management and is unable to forward frames.
The flash memory is bus y.