To identify missing segments at the destination
To reassemble the segments at the remote location
To specify the order in which the segments travel from source to destination
To limit the number of segments that can be sent out of an interface at one time
To determine if the packet changed during transit
UDP provides connectionless, fast transport of data at Layer 4.
UDP provides connection-oriented, fast transport of data at Layer 3.
UDP relies on application layer protocols for error detection.
UDP works well when an application does not need to guarantee delivery of data.
UDP relies on IP for error detection and recovery.
UDP provides sophisticated flow control mechanisms.
The packets will be sent to the server because it is a server-based port.
The packets will be sent to Switch2 and not leave the switch because the packets are local.
The packets will be sent to the laptop host.
The packets will be sent to Router1 and dropped because private addresses are not transmitted across the Internet.
The packets will be sent to Router2 and dropped because the server is not directly attached.
A frame with a header that contains the port number of 80
A frame with a header and trailer, but no MAC addresses
A frame with a header and a trailer that only contains IP addresses
A frame with the host 1 MAC address as the source and Router1 MAC address as the destination
A frame with the host 1 MAC address as the source and the server MAC address as the destination
A cable modem
A DSL router
A DTE device
An SLA device
Enable password classline console 0password ccna
Enable secret ciscoenable password classline console 0password ccna
Enable secret 5 $1$v0/3$QyQWmJyT7zCa/yaBRasJm0enable password classline console 0password ccna
Enable secret ciscoenable password 7 14141E0A1F17line console 0password 7 020507550A
Enable secret 5 $1$v0/3$QyQWmJyT7zCa/yaBRasJm0enable password 7 14141E0A1F17line console 0password 7 020507550A
There was a destination unreachable error.
The packet type was unknown.
One packet timed out.
The ping was interrupted.
Four packets of data were successfully received.
The packet TTL was exceeded.
Only host D
Only router R1
Only hosts A, B, and C
Only hosts A, B, C, and D
Only hosts B and C
The following prompt would appear: user access verification Password:
Switch2 would return a destination unreachable message to Switch1.
Router1 would return a destination unreachable message to Switch1.
The packet would be dropped.
Another switch was connected to this switch port with the wrong cable.
An unauthorized user tried to telnet to the switch through switch port Fa0/8.
NAT was enabled on a router, and a private IP address arrived on switch port Fa0/8.
A host with an invalid IP address was connected to a switch port that was previously unused.
Port security was enabled on the switch port, and an unauthorized connection was made on switch port Fa0/8.
Show SSH connected hosts
Disconnect SSH connected hosts
Create a public and private key pair
Show active SSH ports on the switch
Access the SSH database configuration
There are no collisions in full-duplex mode.
A dedicated switch port is required for each node.
Hub ports are preconfigured for full-duplex mode.
The host network card must detect the availability of the media before transmitting.
The host network card and the switch port must both be in full-duplex mode.
The IP address that is assigned to the server is in an incorrect subnet.
The IP address that is assigned to the server is a broadcast address.
The IP address that is assigned to the server is a network address.
The switch to which the server is connected has not been assigned an IP address.
The RouterB LAN interface is incorrectly addressed in the RouterA LAN subnet.