ICND P2 V1 M1

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ICND Part 2 Vol 1 Module 1


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  • 1. 
    Which command returns to more recent commands in the history buffer after recalling commands? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

  • 2. 
    Which access level allows a person to access all router commands and can be password protected to allow only authorized individuals to access the router? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      User EXEC level

    • B. 

      Setup EXEC level

    • C. 

      Enable EXEC level

    • D. 

      Privileged EXEC level

  • 3. 
    How do you instruct a Cisco device to parse and execute an entered command? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Press the Send key.

    • B. 

      Press the Enter key.

    • C. 

      Add a space at the end of the command.

    • D. 

      Wait 5 seconds after you enter a command.

  • 4. 
    Which CLI prompt indicates that you are working in privileged EXEC mode? (Source:Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Hostname#

    • B. 

      Hostname>

    • C. 

      Hostname-exec>

    • D. 

      Hostname-config

  • 5. 
    Which command would you enter in privileged EXEC mode to see a list of the command options? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      ?

    • B. 

      Init

    • C. 

      Help

    • D. 

      Login

  • 6. 
    What CLI command should you enter to display a list of commands that begin with the letter “c” on a Cisco Catalyst switch? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      C?

    • B. 

      C ?

    • C. 

      Help c

    • D. 

      Help c*

  • 7. 
    What CLI command should you enter to display command syntax help so that you can determine how to complete a command that begins with “config”? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Config?

    • B. 

      Config ?

    • C. 

      Help config

    • D. 

      Help config*

  • 8. 
    Which Cisco 105 command correctly configures an IP address and subnet mask on a switch? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Ip address

    • B. 

      Ip address 196.125.243.10

    • C. 

      196.125.243.10 ip address

    • D. 

      Ip address 196.125.243.10 255.255.255.0

  • 9. 
    Which configuration mode should you use to configure a particular port on a switch? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      User mode

    • B. 

      Global configuration mode

    • C. 

      Interface configuration mode

    • D. 

      Controller configuration mode

  • 10. 
    When you use the show interface command to display the status and statistics for the interfaces configured on a Catalyst switch, which output field indicates the MAC address that identifies the interface hardware? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      MTU 1500 bytes

    • B. 

      Hardware is ... l0BaseT

    • C. 

      Address is 0050.BD73.E2C1

    • D. 

      802.ld STP State: Forwarding

  • 11. 
    Which show command requires that you have privileged EXEC mode access? (Source:Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Show ip

    • B. 

      Show version

    • C. 

      Show running

    • D. 

      Show interfaces

  • 12. 
    Which statement best describes what the user EXEC mode commands allow you to configure on a Cisco router? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      You cannot configure anything; the user mode commands are used to display information.

    • B. 

      The user EXEC mode allows you to perform global configuration tasks that affect the entire router.

    • C. 

      The user EXEC mode commands allow you to enter a secret password so that you can configure the router.

    • D. 

      The user EXEC mode commands allow you to configure interfaces, subinterfaces, lines, and routers.

  • 13. 
    Which Cisco IOS command do you use to return to user EXEC mode from privileged EXEC mode? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Exit

    • B. 

      Quit

    • C. 

      Disable

    • D. 

      Userexec

  • 14. 
    The context-sensitive help matches what Cisco lOS CLI description. (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Provides a list of commands and the arguments associated with a specific

    • B. 

      Allows recall of long or complex commands or entries for reentry, review, or correction

    • C. 

      Identifies problems with router commands incorrectly entered so that you can alter or correct them

  • 15. 
    The console error messages matches what Cisco lOS CLI description. (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Provides a list of commands and the arguments associated with a specific

    • B. 

      Allows recall of long or complex commands or entries for reentry, review, or correction

    • C. 

      Identifies problems with router commands incorrectly entered so that you can alter or correct them

  • 16. 
    What information does the show running-config command provide on a Cisco router?Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Current (running) configuration in RAM

    • B. 

      System hardware and names of configuration files

    • C. 

      Amount of NVRAM used to store the configuration

    • D. 

      Version of Cisco lOS software running on the router

  • 17. 
    Match the line router prompt to its configuration mode. (Source: Introducing the ReviewLab)  
    • A. 

      A) Router(config-if)#

    • B. 

      B) Router(config-line)#

    • C. 

      C) Router(config-subif)#

    • D. 

      D) Router(config-router)#

    • E. 

      Router(config-controller)#

  • 18. 
    Match the router prompt to its configuration mode. (Source: Introducing the ReviewLab)
    • A. 

      Router(config-if)#

    • B. 

      Router(config-line)#

    • C. 

      Router(config-subif)#

    • D. 

      Router(config-router)#

    • E. 

      Router(config-controller)#

  • 19. 
    Match interface router prompt to its configuration mode. (Source: Introducing the ReviewLab)  
    • A. 

      Router(config-if)#

    • B. 

      Router(config-line)#

    • C. 

      Router(config-subif)#

    • D. 

      Router(config-router)#

    • E. 

      Router(config-controller)#

  • 20. 
    Match each controller router prompt to its configuration mode. (Source: Introducing the ReviewLab)
    • A. 

      Router(config-if)#

    • B. 

      Router(config-line)#

    • C. 

      Router(config-subif)#

    • D. 

      Router(config-router)#

    • E. 

      Router(config-controller)#

  • 21. 
    Match each subinterface router prompt to its configuration mode. (Source: Introducing the ReviewLab)
    • A. 

      Router(config-if)#

    • B. 

      Router(config-line)#

    • C. 

      Router(config-subif)#

    • D. 

      Router(config-router)#

    • E. 

      Router(config-controller)#

  • 22. 
    If you enter a major command on a Cisco router, what happens’? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      The router returns you to user EXEC mode.

    • B. 

      The router returns a list of possible commands.

    • C. 

      The router invokes a global configuration command.

    • D. 

      The router switches you from one configuration mode to another.

  • 23. 
    Which Cisco IOS command creates a message to be displayed upon router login? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Hostname hostname

    • B. 

      Banner motd message

    • C. 

      Hostname interface description

    • D. 

      Description interface description

  • 24. 
    If both the enable secret and the enable password commands are configured on your router, how do you get to the # prompt? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Enter the enable secret command.

    • B. 

      Enter the enable password command.

    • C. 

      Enter either the enable secret or the enable password command.

    • D. 

      Enter both the enable secret and the enable password commands.

  • 25. 
    Which Cisco IOS command configures serial port in slot 0, port I on a modular router? (Source: Introducing the Review Lab)
    • A. 

      Serial 0/1 interface

    • B. 

      Interface serial 0 1

    • C. 

      Interface serial 0/1

    • D. 

      Serial 0 1 interface

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