The startup-config file will be ignored at bootup.
The router will load the IOS from Flash.
The router will enter ROM monitor mode upon reload.
The router will enter boot ROM mode and have limited capabilities.
The administrator can enter the b command to manually boot the IOS.
This is an invalid ACL because the wildcard mask is missing from the command.
A wildcard mask of 0.0.0.0 is assumed for 172.30.65.52.
This is an extended IP access list.
All traffic from 172.30.65.51 will be permitted.
This is a standard IP access list.
Simultaneous incoming Telnet sessions can be hosted by a router.
Telnet is the most basic testing mechanism available.
A Telnet session can only be initiated in privileged EXEC mode.
Five separate Telnet lines are specified by the configuration line vty 0 4.
Telnet is classified as a network layer protocol.
Router(config)# boot system ram
Router(config)# boot system rom
Router(config)# boot system IOS flash
Router(config)# boot system flash c2600-d-mz.121-3 192.168.10.5
Router(config)# boot system tftp c1700-l-mz.131-2 172.16.24.7
Press Ctrl-z to terminate setup mode.
Enter a question mark (?) for help at any point.
Press Spacebar to accept the default settings.
Use setup mode to enter complex protocol features.
Press Enter to accept the default settings.
Press Ctrl-c to abort configuration dialog.
To force the system to ignore the configuration file stored in NVRAM
To monitor password changes
To change the POST sequence
To force the router to boot the IOS from NVRAM
To force the system into ROM monitor mode
IGRP uses a combination of different metrics for path selection.
RIP is a proprietary protocol developed by Cisco.
RIP has the ability to scale to large networks.
IGRP has the ability to scale to large networks.
They provide enough information in the Layer 3 address to allow a packet to be forwarded from one network to another.
They carry user data between networks.
They allow routers to share information about networks and their proximity to each other.
They are used by routers to maintain routing tables.
RIP and IGRP are routed protocols.