Cisco Certifications Interview Questions
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As system administrator, you type "debug ipx sap" and receive the following lines as part of the IOS response: type 0x4, "HELLO2", 199.0002.0003.0006 (451), 2 hops type 0x4, "HELLO1", 199.0002.0003.0008 (451), 2 hops What does "0x4" signify? A. That is a Get Nearest Server response. B. That it is a General query. C. That it is a General response. D. That it is a Get Nearest Server request.


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To monitor IP igrp traffic, you can use "debug IP igrp transaction" or "debug IP igrp events". How do you display information about IPX routing update packets? A. debug routing B. debug ipx transaction C. debug ipx routing activity D. debug ipx events

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To monitor ipx traffic on a network, what command would you use? A. debug ipx transaction B. show ipx traffic C. show ipx events D. display ipx traffic

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What command would you use to find out the names of Novell servers on a network? A. show ipx servers B. show ipx hosts C. show ipx sap D. show ipx nodes.

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The "ipx delay number" command will allow an administrator to change the default settings. What are the default settings? A. For LAN interfaces, one tick; for WAN interfaces, six ticks B. For LAN interfaces, six ticks; for WAN interfaces, one tick C. For LAN interfaces, zero ticks; for WAN interfaces, five ticks D. For LAN interfaces, five ticks; for WAN interfaces, zero Ticks

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As a system administrator, you need to set up one Ethernet interface on the Cisco router to allow for both sap and Novell-ether encapsulations. Which set of commands will accomplish this? A. interface ethernet 0.1 ipx encapsulation Novell-ether ipx network 9e interface ethernet 0.2 ipx network 6c B. interface ethernet 0 ipx encapsulation Novell-ether ipx network 9e interface ethernet 0 ipx encapsulation sap ipx network 6c C. interface ethernet 0.1 ipx encapsulation Novell-ether interface ethernet 0.2 ipx encapsulation sap D. interface ethernet 0.1 ipx encapsulation Novell-ether ipx network 9e interface ethernet 0.2 ipx encapsulation sap ipx network 6c

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What does the "IPX maximum-paths 2" command accomplish? A. It enables load sharing on 2 paths if the paths are equal metric paths. B. It sets up routing to go to network 2. C. It is the default for Cisco IPX load sharing. D. It enables load sharing on 2 paths if the paths are unequal metric paths.

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You want to enable both arpa and snap encapsulation on one router interface. How do you do this? A. The interface can handle multiple encapsulation types with no extra configuration. B. Assign two network numbers, one for each encapsulation type. C. Enable Novell-ether to run multiple encapsulation types. D. Both arpa and snap are enabled by default so you don't have to configure anything.

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By default, Cisco routers forward GNS SAPs to remote networks. A. False B. True

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To prevent Service Advertisements (SAPs) from flooding a network, Cisco routers do not forward them. How are services advertised to other networks? A. Each router builds its own SAP table and forwards that every 60 seconds. B. Each router assigns a service number and broadcasts that. C. SAPs aren't necessary with Cisco routers. D. Cisco routers filter out all SAPs.

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Novell's implementation of RIP updates routing tables every ____ seconds. A. 60 B. 90 C. 10 D. 30


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In Novell's use of RIP, there are two metrics used to make routing decisions. Select the two metrics. A. Ticks. B. Hops C. Loops D. Counts

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What is the Cisco name for the encapsulation type used on a serial interface? A. HDLC B. SDLC C. SAP D. SNAP


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"arpa" is used by the Cisco IOS for which encapsulation types? A. Ethernet_II B. Ethernet_802.3 C. Ethernet_802.2 D. Ethernet_SNAP

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"snap" is used by the Cisco IOS for which encapsulation types? A. Ethernet_SNAP B. Token-Ring_SNAP C. FDDI_SNAP D. Novell-SNAP E. Novell-FDDI.


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Un-Answered Questions { Cisco Certifications }

What is STP and what is the difference between PVST and RSTP


what are the different asymmetric algorithms?


Given the configuration example: interface ethernet0 ipx network 4a ipx access-group 800 out interface ethernet1 ipx network 3d interface ethernet2 ipx network tc access-list 800 permit 3d 4a Which action result from implementing this configuration? a-Traffic from network 3d for network 4a will be forwarded out e0 b-IPX network 5c will not receive any traffic c-Traffic from network 3d, destined for network 4a, will be forwarded out e2 d-Traffic from network 3d for network 3d will be forwarded out e0


What are the disadvantages of symmetric algorithms?


Suppose we are having two Switches i.e. Switch1 & Switch2 Port1 of Switch1 is Connected to Uplink and switch2 is also connected to switch1? So 1>Is there is any loop? 2>How we come to know that there is a loop created? 3>If we add Switch3 to switch2 then there is a possibility of loop Creation?


what are the different symmetric algorithms?


Suppose a Switch interface went in error-dis mode what you will do for Troubleshooting List all Possibilities


1>What do you mean by Networks and Networking? 2>Difference between Vlan And Sub Interface Vlan? 3>What is Fiber Optic Media Converter? 4>What is Firewall? 5>Difference Between Layer2 and Layer3 Switch? 6>What is the function of Multilayer Switch? 7>Expalin STP? What is the Difference between STP and MST? 8>What is the Function of VTP?Explain the modes of VTP? 9>What kind of Message VTp will Send? 10>What is the Difference between Normal and Manageable Switch? 11>Difference between Local Vlan and End to End Vlan? 12>Difference between Distance Vector and Link State Routing protocol? 13>What do you mean by Backbone Fast Port? 14>what is Root Guard and BPDU Guard?


what is the concept of HA and FA in VPN tunneling?


Can you explain encapsulating, carrier and passenger protocol?


Explain isakmp ?


What is the Difference Between Windows 2003 And Windows 2008 Server?


what does PPTP use for encryption and authentication?


difference between layer 3 switch and router


Can you explain PAP?