CCNA Exam Quizzes & Trivia

It is often said that we are becoming a networked society; but do you know how computer networks actually work? Do you have ambitions to get involved in one of the world’s most rapidly growing industries?

Cisco is one of the real giants of the networking sector, and becoming a Cisco Certified Network Associate is a fast track into interesting and highly paid jobs. The CCNA certification proves that you have the knowledge and the training to install, configure, operate and troubleshoot networked systems. Our quiz on CCNA tests your knowledge on such issues as routing and switching, implementing remote site connections, and managing the all-important subject of security. By taking our quiz you’ll learn a lot about this vital area of technology, and how to go about qualifying to receive the certification.

CCNA is the hardest exam related to the Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing & Switching certification. This exam tests a student's knowledge and skills required to install, operate, and troubleshoot an...

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    Subnet the IP Address /24 into 30 Subnets. Is a valid Host ID after subnetting?

This chapter test you knowledge of Layer 3 of the OSI Model as presented in the Exploration 1 Nework Fundamentals course.

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    MAC and IP are address types at different OSI layers. What does MAC stand for?

There are different ways that one can use to test their understanding of a subject and the most common being either group discussions or using quizzes. The test below is the practice test for the CCNA  exam 2020.

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    Refer to the exhibit. Host A has sent a packet to host B. What will be the source MAC and IP addresses on the packet when it arrives at host B?

Do you thing that you have a proper understanding of all the topics that you covered at CCNA level 1? If you said a big yes to this then take up the totally unbeatable quiz below for the final exam and prove you are a genius...

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    When connectionless protocols are implemented at the lower layers of the OSI model, what is usually used to acknowledge that the data was received and to request the retransmission of missing data?

A computer network is a set of computers connected together for the purpose of sharing resources, which most commonly is the internet. The quiz below is designed to help you see how much you learnt in your CCNA class when it...

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 1599   |  Last updated: Nov 29, 2018
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    Which of the following is apacket switched WAN technology?

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CCNA Questions & Answers

Is the following true or false? Subnet the IP Address /24 into 30 Subnets. a valid Host ID after subnetting.
We can't subnet a network in 30, however it's possible to subnet it in 32. In this case, considering it is an IP Address class C (/24), we have to borrow 5 bitsin the 4th octet, that is, the IP Address203.10.93.0 /24 will turninto203.10.93.0 /29 and
What is the new Subnet Mask and what is the Increment? Subnet the Class B IP Address into 500 Subnets. 
1. Subnet Mask with an Increment of 128130.13.0.0 Need 500 Networks 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 . 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 . 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 = 500 in binary Need to borrow 9 bits for of Networks New Subnet Mask = 255.
How many Networks will be created after you subnet? Also, what is the first usable IP Address in the Second Network range? Your company wants to utilize the private Class C IP Address of...
1. 8 Networks, First usable from second Network range = Need 30 Hosts per Network 128 64 32 16 8 4 2 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 = 30 in binary Need to save 5 bits for of Hosts New Subnet Mask = (224) or
What is the New Subnet Mask and the IP Address Range of the first Network? Subnet the Address into networks supporting 500 Hosts each.
500 hosts would require minimum of 9 bits, as 2^9 = 512. Keeping the lat bit of the third byte reserved for hosts, and the rest seven for subnets, we have first seven bit as 1, making the third byte to be 254. Thus Subnet mask is Now t