Which OSI layer provides mechanical, electrical & procedural specifications for activating, maintaining physical link? A.) Presentation B.) Network C.) Application D.) Physical E.) Transport F.) Data-Link1 3319
Identify 2 characteristics of PPP? A.) Uses LLC to establish the link B.) Default serial encapsulation C.) Support multiple layer 3 protocols D.) Offers two types of authentication; PAP and CHAP3 5674
Identify 3 characteristics of a connection oriented protocol? A.) Path determination B.) Flow control C.) Acknowledgements D.) Uses hop count as metric E.) 3 way handshake2 3467
What is the maximum hop count for IP RIP? A.) Infinity B.) 16 C.) 15 D.) 12 3372
What is Cisco's default encapsulation method on serial interfaces? A.) ANSI B.) Cisco C.) Q933a D.) HDLC2 19128
Which of the following is a characteristic of a switch, but not of a router? A.) Switches forward packets based on the IPX or IP address in the frame B.) Switches forward packets based on the IP address in the frame C.) Switches forward packets based on the MAC address in the frame D.) Switches forward packets based only on the IP address in the packet1 4711
Ping uses which Internet layer protocol? A.) RARP B.) ICMP C.) ARP D.) FTP3 3253
Which is true regarding store-and-forward switching method? A.) Latency varies depending on frame-length B.) Latency is constant C.) It is default for all Cisco switches D.) It only reads the destination hardware address before forwarding the frame1 2470
Which three of the following are true statements about connection-oriented sessions? A.) The segments delivered are acknowledged back to the sender upon their reception B.) Any segments not acknowledged are retransmitted by the receiver C.) A manageable data flow is maintained in order to avoid congestion, overloading and loss of any data D.) Segments are sequenced back into their proper order upon arrival at their destination3 8512
What does a metric of 16 hops represent when using RIP? A.) Number of hops to the destination B.) Destination unreachable C.) Number of routers D.) Bandwidth
You need to come up with a TCP/IP addressing scheme for your company. Which two factors must you consider when you define the subnet mask for the network? A.) The location of DHCP servers B.) The volume of traffic on each subnet C.) The number of subnets on the network D.) The location of the default gateway E.) The number of host IDs on each subnet2 4714
What is the difference between TCP and UDP? A.) TCP is connection-oriented; UDP uses acknowledgements only B.) TCP is connection-oriented; UDP is connectionless C.) Both TCP and UDP are connection-oriented, but only TCP uses windowing D.) TCP and UDP both have sequencing, but UDP is connectionless2 3742
What does the 'S' mean when looking at the routing table? A.) Statically connected B.) Directly connected C.) Dynamically attached D.) Shutdown route1 2727
Why would you use static routing instead of dynamic routing? A.) When you want automatic updates of the routing tables B.) All the time C.) When you have very few routes and want to conserve bandwidth D.) When you have a gateway of last resort1 3517
What does the acronym ARP stand for? A.) Address Resolution Phase B.) ARP Resolution Protocol C.) Address Resolution Protocol D.) Address Recall Protocol2 3002
Can you explain PPP packet format?
What is 10base5 ethernet lans?
What are the different ways authentication mechanism in VPN?
What are 10base5 ethernet lans?
How does cut-through LAN switching work?
What is default cost of serial interface in ospf?
What is 10base2 ethernet lans?
Does a bridge divides a network into smaller segments?
Which works router do?
Which command we give for see routing table?
Explain how many maximum paths you can give on latest ios in rip?
Which protocol supenetting is enable by default?
Explain why UDP is lease favored when compared to TCP?
What are the protocol data units (pdu) in ccna?
What is hold down time formula of ospf?