They begin with the 2000::/3 prefix.
They begin with the FE80::/10 prefix.
They must be manually configured by the administrator.
They are assigned to a host by a stateless autoconfiguration process.
The serial interfaces are in different subnets.
The RIPng process is not enabled on interfaces.
The RIPng processes do not match between Router1 and Router2.
The RIPng network command is missing from the IPv6 RIP configuration.
The networks are not correctly summarized.
The FastEthernet interfaces on R1 are configured as passive.
The network statements on R2 are incorrectly configured.
EIGRP on R1 does not recognize the 192.168.10.0 network.
The crossover cable is faulty.
The IP addressing is incorrect.
There is a Layer 2 problem with the router connection.
The upper layers are experiencing an unspecified problem.
One or both of the Ethernet interfaces are not working correctly.
Static NAT with overload
Dynamic NAT with overload
Link termination is the responsibility of NCP.
Each network protocol has a corresponding NCP.
NCP establishes the initial link between PPP devices.
NCP tests the link to ensure that the link quality is sufficient.
The remote router is a non-Cisco router
The local router is configured with subinterfaces
Broadcast traffic and multicast traffic over the PVC must be controlled
Globally significant rather than locally significant DLCIs are being used
It matches the incoming packet to the access-list 201 permit any any statement and allows the packet into the router.
It reaches the end of ACL 101 without matching a condition and drops the packet because there is no access-list 101 permit any any statement.
It matches the incoming packet to the access-list 101 permit ip any 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 statement, ignores the remaining statements in ACL 101, and allows the packet into the router.
It matches the incoming packet to the access-list 201 deny icmp 192.168.1.0 0.0.0.255 any statement, continues comparing the packet to the remaining statements in ACL 201 to ensure that no subsequent statements allow FTP, and then drops the packet.
It creates a basis for legal action if necessary.
It should not be altered once it is implemented.
It defines a process for managing security violations.
It focuses primarily on threats from outside of the organization.
It defines acceptable and unacceptable use of network resources.
It provides step-by-step procedures to harden routers and other network devices.
Only results from the software package should be tested as the network is designed to accommodate the proposed software platform.
Scheduling will be easy if the network and software teams work independently.
It will be difficult to isolate the problem if two teams are implementing changes independently.
Results from changes will be easier to reconcile and document if each team works in isolation.
All TCP traffic is permitted, and all other traffic is denied.
The command is rejected by the router because it is incomplete.
All traffic from 172.16.4.0/24 is permitted anywhere on any port.
Traffic originating from 172.16.4.0/24 is permitted to all TCP port 80 destinations.
Traffic that is destined for 192.168.24.1 and 192.168.24.5 will be dropped by the router.
Traffic will not be routed from clients with addresses between 192.168.24.1 and 192.168.24.5.
The DHCP server will not issue the addresses ranging from 192.168.24.1 to 192.168.24.5.
The router will ignore all traffic that comes from the DHCP servers with addresses 192.168.24.1 and 192.168.24.5.
Enable SNMP traps.
Disable the HTTP server service.
Use quotes, phrases, or poems to create passphrases.
Configure remote administration through VTY lines for Telnet access.
Protect all active router interfaces by configuring them as passive interfaces.
Malicious software that copies itself into other executable programs
Tricks users into running the infected software
A set of computer instructions that lies dormant until triggered by a specific event
Exploits vulnerabilities with the intent of propagating itself across a network
Apply the ACL in the inbound direction.
Apply the ACL on the FastEthernet 0/0 interface.
Reverse the order of the TCP protocol statements in the ACL.
Modify the second entry in the list to permit tcp host 192.168.10.10 any eq telnet.
The implementation of a tunneling protocol
The use of only baseband connections
A requirement of active authentication via a RADIUS server
The use of a call-back procedure to verify user credentials
When global DLCIs are in use
When using physical interfaces
When multicasts must be supported
When participating routers are in the same subnet
Conduct a performance test and compare with the baseline that was established previously.
Determine performance on the intranet by monitoring load times of company web pages from remote sites.
Interview departmental administrative assistants and determine if they think load time for web pages has improved.
Compare the hit counts on the company web server for the current week to the values that were recorded in previous weeks.
Named ACLs are less efficient than numbered ACLs.
Standard ACLs should be applied closest to the core layer.
ACLs applied to outbound interfaces are the most efficient.
Extended ACLs should be applied closest to the source that is specified by the ACL.