Company XYZ has an employee that works out of the home. The employee runs big client server applications and must quickly transfer large files. The company wants the best cost/benefit on this connection. What would be the most practical solution? A. an ISDN Basic Rate Interface (BRI) connection to the user at home B. a dedicated T1 connection to the user at home C. a dedicated Frame Relay connection to the user at home D. a standard 28.8 analog dialup connection to the user at home2 3587
What are three benefits of Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) (Choose three) A. PVCs are faster and more reliable B. No specialized equipment is required C. Data transfer is faster than typical modems D. Call setup is faster than with standard telephone service E. It carries many types of data tramp such as voice video and data1 5145
Which configuration task must you complete if a remote Frame Relay router does NOT support Inverse APP? A.configure static maps B.define an IP address locally C.disable DHCP on the Frame Relay router D.configure a static route to the remote network1 5286
Given the configuration example
Which two commands show your access lists? (Choose two) A. show filters B. show access-lists C. show ip access-lists D. show running-config2 2625
Which two steps are required to confound and apply standard access lists on an interface? (Choose two) A. define an access list number and its parameters B. enable an interface to become part of the access list group C. define the number of access lists to be supported on an interface D. copy the access list definition to each interface that will support it2 2799
What does the command show access-lists 101 list? A. all defended access lists B. all access lists within the router C. the contents of standard access list 101 D. the contents of defended access list 1011 3165
What is a back off on an 802.3 networks? A. It is latency in store and forward switching B. It is the time used for token passing from machine to machine C. It is the retransmission delay that is enforced when a collision occurs D. It is the result of two nodes transmitting at the same time. The frames from each transmitting device collide and are damaged1 2426
What are four ways that Fast Ethernet compares to 10BaseT Ethernet? (Choose four) A. Fast Ethernet uses the same Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) B. Fast Ethernet is based on an extension to the IEEE 802.3 specification C. Fast Ethernet uses the same Media Access Control (MAC) mechanisms D. Fast Ethernet preserves the frame format that is used by 10BaseT Ethernet E. Fast Ethernet errors a speed increase one hundred times that of the 10BaseT Ethernet1 3718
How many collisions are caused by transmitting and receiving frames simultaneously in a full-duplex Ethernet technology? A. one B. two C. none D. several1 2530
What does the term Base refer to in 100BaseT A. cabling type B. singnal type C. 100 mode type D. spectrum used E. speed category3 6076
How do you get help on a command after you have received the % incomplete command response from a switch CLI? A. type "history" to review the prompt before the error B. enter a question mark to display all the console commands C. type help followed by the command to see command parameters D. reenter the command followed by a question mark to view keywords1 4560
Which show underrate serial 1 status statement indicates that the shutdown command was issued on that interface? A. Serial 1 is up line protocol is up B. Serial 1 is up line protocol is down C. Serial 1 is down line protocol is down D. Serial 1 is administratively down the line protocol is down2 3109
Which command loads a new version of the Cisco IOS into a router? A. copy flash ftp B. copy ftp flash C. copy flash ftp D. copy tftp flash2 4466
Which router component stores routing tables APP cache and packet buffers? A. ROM B. RAM C. AVRAM D. Flash memory3 11869
How many types of nat?
What is subnetting? Why is it used?
What we called 64 bit mac-address in ipv6?
How do you configure a Cisco router to route IPX?
What will be the prefix length of 224 in vlsm?
What is the difference between tracert and traceroute?
What are the different layers of osi model?
Define the different kinds of casting
Default packet size of ipv6?
What are 10baset ethernet lans?
What are the steps of data encapsulation?
Explain how an spf algorithm works?
Can you explain tunneling?
Which feature should a routing protocol have to support vlsm?
What is the frame relay?