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What is the first 24 bits in a MAC address called?

A. NIC B. BIA C. OUI D. VAI

Which of the following statements describe the network shown in the graphic? (Choose two)

A. There are two broadcast domains in the network. B. here are fo!r broadcast domains in the network. C. here are si" broadcast domains in the network. #. here are fo!r collision domains in the network. $. here are fi%e collision domains in the network. F. There are seven collision domains in the network

&efer to the e"hibit' ()stem flash director *ile +ength ,ame-stat!s . /012222 c023%4)54m6..2.4..7B 8/01/195 b)tes !sed:4909992 a%ailable: 0/00510 total; 0.22< b)tes of processor board ()stem flash(&ead-Write) he technician wants to !pload a new =>( in the ro!ter while keeping the e"isting =>(. What is the ma"im!m si6e of an =>( file that co!ld be loaded if the original =>( is also kept in flash?

A. /MB B. 9MB C. 3MB D. 4MB

&efer to the e"hibit. What is the meaning of the o!tp!t M ? .911 b)tes?

A. he ma"im!m n!mber of b)tes that can tra%erse this interface per second is .911. B. he minim!m segment si6e that can tra%erse this interface is .911 b)tes. C. he minim!m segment si6e that can tra%erse this interface is .911 b)tes. #. he minim!m packet si6e that can tra%erse this interface is .911 b)tes. E. The maximum packet size that can traverse this inter ace is !"## b$tes. *. he ma"im!m frame si6e that can tra%erse this interface is .911 b)tes.

A network interface port has collision detection and carrier sensing enabled on a shared twisted pair network. *rom this statement: what is known abo!t the network interface port?

A. his is a .1 Mb-s switch port. B. his is a .11 Mb-s switch port. %. This is an Ethernet port operatin& at hal duplex. #. his is an $thernet port operating at f!ll d!ple". $. his is a port on a network interface card in a @C.

&efer to the e"ibit Aost A is sending a packet to host B for the fist time. What destination MAC address will Aost A !se inthe A&@ reB!est?

A. B. %. D. E. F.

!'(.!)*.#.! !+(.!).#."# ##,!+,'4,)!,!*,B# ##,!',d-,(d,c-,b( , , , , , ("".("".("".(""

What m!st occ!r before a Workstation can $"change A

@ packets with a web ser%er?

A. A ?#@ connection m!st be established between the Workstation and its defa!lt gatewa). B. A ?#@ connection m!st be established between the Workstation and the web ser%er. %. A T%. %onnection must be established between the /orkstation and its de ault 0atewa$. #. A C@ connection m!st be established between the Workstation and the web ser%er.

$. An =CM@ Connection m!st be established between the Workstation and its defa!lt Catewa). *. An =CM@ connection m!st be established between the Workstation and the web ser%er. rad!cciDn' EF!G tiene B!e oc!rrir antes de B!e !na estaciDn de trabaHo p!ede intercambiar paB!etes A @ con !n ser%idor web?

A. ?na cone"iDn ?#@ debe establecerse entre la estaciDn de trabaHo ) s! p!erta de enlace predeterminada. B. ?na cone"iDn ?#@ debe establecerse entre la estaciDn de trabaHo ) la web del ser%idor. %. 1na conexi2n T%. se debe establecer entre la estaci2n de traba3o $ su puerta de enlace predeterminada. #. ?na cone"iDn C@ se debe establecer entre la estaciDn de trabaHo ) el ser%idor web. $. ?na cone"iDn =CM@ debe establecerse entre la estaciDn de trabaHo ) s! p!erta de enlace predeterminada. *. ?na cone"iDn =CM@ debe establecerse entre la estaciDn de trabaHo ) el ser%idor web. At which la)er of the >(= model does the protocol that pro%ides the information that is displa)ed b) the show C#@ neighbors command operate? A. B. C. #. E. Application. transport. ,etwork. ph)sical. Data 4ink

rad!cciDn' E$n B!G capa del modelo >(= tiene operar el protocolo B!e proporciona la informaciDn B!e se m!estra por los comandos show cdp neighbors ? A. aplicaciDn B. ransporte C. red #. fIsica E. enlace de datos Which >(= la)er header contains the address of destination host that is on another network? A. application. B. session. C. transport. D. network. $. data link. *. ph)sical.

rad!cciDn' EF!G cabecera de la capa >(= contiene la direcciDn del host de destino B!e estJ en otra red? A. aplicaciDn. B. sesiDn C. transporte D. red. $. enlace de datos. *. fIsica. Aow does C@ differ from ?#@ (Choose wo.) A. C@ pro%ides best effort deli%er)

B. T%. provides s$ncronized communication. C. C@ segments are essentiall) datagrams.

D. T%. provides se5uence numberin& o packets. $. C@ !ses broadcast deli%er).

Aow does a switch differ from a A!b? A. A switch does not ind!ce an) latenc) into the frame transfer time. B. A switch tracks MA% addresses o directlt$,connected devices. C. A switch operates at a lower: more efficient la)er of the >(= model. #. A switch decreases the n!mber of broadcast domains. $. A switch decreases the n!mber of collision domains Which three statements are tr!e abo!t the operation of a f!ll4d!ple" $thernet network? (choose three) A. There are no collisions in ull,duplex mode. B. A dedicated switch port is re5uired or each ull,duplex mode. C. $thernet h!b ports are preconfig!red for f!ll4d!ple" mode. #. =n a f!ll4d!ple" en%ironment: the host network card m!st check for the a%ailabilit) of the network media before transmiting.

E. The host network card and the switch port must be capable o operatin& in ull, duplex mode.

rad!cciDn' EF!G tres afirmaciones son ciertas acerca de la operaciDn de !na red $thernet f!ll4 d!ple"? (elige tres) A. 6o ha$ colisiones en modo ull,duplex. B. 1n puerto del switch dedicado se re5uiere para cada modo ull,duplex. C. @!ertos h!b $thernet estJn pre4config!rados para el modo f!ll4d!ple". #. $n !n entorno de dKple" completo: la tarHeta de red de acogida debe comprobar la disponibilidad de los medios de com!nicaciDn de la red antes transmitiendo. E. 4a tar3eta de red de host $ el puerto del switch debe ser capaz de uncionar en modo ull,duplex. Which two characteristics appl) to +a)er 2 switches? (choose two.) A. increases the numbre o collision domains. B. decreases the n!mbre of collisions domains. %. implements 74A6. #. decreases the n!mber of broadcast domains. $. !ses the =@ address to make decisions for forwarding data packets. >n a Cisco switch: which protocol determines if an attached Lo=@ phone is from Cisco or from another %endor? A. & @. B. C@.

%. %D.. #. ?#@. rad!cciDn' E$n !n interr!ptor de Cisco: el protocolo B!e determina si !n adH!nto de telefonIa Lo=@ es de Cisco o de otro pro%eedor? A. & @. B. C@.

%. %D..

#. ?#@.

Which protocol !ses a connection4oriented ser%ice to deli%er files between end s)stems? A. * @.

B. #,(. %. FT.. #. (,M@. $. &=@. Which la)er of the >(= model controls the reliabilit) of comm!nications between network de%ices !sing flow control: seB!encing and acknowledgments? A. @h)sical. B. #ata4link. %. Transport. #. ,etwork. rad!cciDn' EF!G capa del modelo >(= controla la fiabilidad de las com!nicaciones entre los dispositi%os de red B!e !tili6an el control de fl!Ho: sec!encia ) ac!ses de recibo? A. *isica. B. $nlace de datos. %. Transporte. #. &ed. Which two characteristics describe the Access la)er of the hierarchical network design model? (Choose two.) A. la)er / s!pport. B. port securit$. C. red!ndant components. D. 74A6s. $. @o$.

rad!cciDn' EF!G dos caracterIsticas describen la capa de acceso de la HerarB!Ia de diseMo de red modelo? ($liHa dos opciones). A. soporte para capa / B. port securit$. C. Componentes red!ndantes D. 74A6s. $. @o$.

A network administrator is connecting @C hosts A and B directl) thro!gh their $thernet interfaces as shown in the graphic.@ing attempts between the hosts are !ns!ccessf!l. What can be done to pro%ide connecti%it) between the hosts? (choose two.)

A. A crossover cable should be used in place o the strai&ht.throu&h cable. B. A rollo%er cable sho!ld be !sed in place of the straight4thro!gh cable. C. he s!bnet masks sho!ld be set to 299.299.299..22.

#. A defa!lt Catewa) needs to be set on each host. $. he hosts m!st be reconfig!red to !se pri%ate =@ addresses for direct connections of this t)pe. F. The subnet mask should be set to ("".("".("".#.

Which address t)pe does a switch !se to make selecti%e forwarding decisions? A. so!rce =@ address. B. destination =@ address C. so!rce and destination =@ address #. so!rce MAC address E. destination MA% address

rad!cciDn' EF!G tipo de direcciDn no !tili6a !n (witch para hacer selecti%as reen%Io decisiones ? A. direcciDn =@ de origen B. destino direcciDn =@ C. direcciDn =@ de origen ) destino #. f!ente de direcciones MAC E. destino MA% direcci2n

What is the p!rpose the flow control? A. B. o ens!re data is retransmitted i fan acknowledgement is not recei%ed. o reassemble segments in the correct order at the destination de%ice.

%. To provide a means or the receiver to &overn the amount o data sent b$ the sender. #. o reg!late the si6e of each segment.

rad!cciDn' EC!Jl es el propDsito del control de fl!Ho? A. para aseg!rar B!e los datos se retransmite si no se recibe !n ac!se de recibo B. re ensamblar los segmentos en el orden correcto en el dispositi%o de destino %. para proporcionar un medio para 5ue el receptor para &obernar la cantidad de datos enviados por el remitente #. para reg!lar el tamaMo de cada segmento

A switch recei%es a frame on one of its ports. here is no entr) in the MAC address table for the destination MAC address. What will the switch do with the frame? A. drop the frame B. orward it out o all ports except the one that received it

C. forward it o!t of all ports #. store it !ntil it leams the correct port rad!cciDn' ?n (witch recibe !n frame en !no de s!s p!ertos. ,o ha) ning!na entrada en el abla de direcciDn MAC para las direcciones de destino MAC. EF!G harJ el interr!ptor con el frame? A. eliminar el frame. B. transmir8 hacia uera de todos los puertos excepto por el 5ue lo recibi2 C. transmita hacia f!era de todos los p!ertos #. almacenarlo hasta B!e aprenda el p!erto correcto

Which two statements describe the operation of the C(MA-C# access method?(Choose two.) A. =n a C(MA-C# collision domain: m!ltiple stations can s!ccessf!ll) transmit data sim!ltaneo!sl) B. 9n a %:MA;%D collision domain< stations must wait until the media is not in use be ore transmitin&. C. he !se of h!bs to enlarge the si6e of collision domains is one wa) to impro%e the operation of the C(MA-C# access method. #. After a collision: the station that detected the collision has first priorit) to resend the lost data. E. A ter a collision< all stations run a random backo al&orithm. /hen the backo dela$ period has expired< all stations have s5ual priorit$ to transmit data. *. After a collision: all stations in%ol%ed r!n an identical backoff algorithm and then s)ncroni6e with each other prior to transmitting data. rad!cciDn' EF!G dos afirmaciones describen el f!ncionamiento del mGtodo de C(MA - C# acceso? A. $n !n dominio de colisiones C(MA - C#: %arias estaciones p!eden transmitir correctamente datos al mismo tiempo.

B. En un dominio de colisiones %:MA ; %D< las estaciones deben esperar hasta 5ue el medio no est= en uso antes de la transmisi2n. C. $l !so de c!bos para agrandar el tamaMo de los dominios de colisiDn es !na manera de meHorar el f!ncionamiento del mGtodo de acceso C(MA - C#. #. #esp!Gs de !na colisiDn: la estaciDn B!e detectD la colisiDn tiene primera prioridad para %ol%er a en%iar los datos perdidos. E. Despu=s de una colisi2n< todas las estaciones deben e3ecutar un al&oritmo de backo aleatorio. %uando el per>odo de retardo de retroceso ha expirado< todas las estaciones tienen la misma prioridad para transmitir datos. *. #esp!Gs de !na colisiDn: todas las estaciones in%ol!cradas eHec!tar !n algoritmo de postergaciDn idGntica ) l!ego sincroni6ar entre sI antes de la transmisiDn de datos. What is the defa!lt ma"im!m n!mber of eB!al4cost paths that can be placed into the ro!ting of a Cisco >(@* ro!ter? A. .5 B. 2 C. ?nlimited D. 4 rad!cciDn' EC!Jl es el nKmero mJ"imo predeterminado de la ig!aldad de costo caminos B!e se p!eden colocar en la tabla de enr!tamiento de !n $nr!tamiento >(@* Cisco? A. .5 B. 2 C. =limitado. D. 4

&efer to the e"hibit. What two things can the technician determine b) s!ccessf!ll) pinging from this comp!ter to the =@ address .32..5.2/5..?(Choose two)

A. The 6etwork card on the computer is unctionin& correctl$. B. C. he defa!lt static ro!te on the gatewa) ro!ter is correctl) config!red. he correct defa!lt gatewa) =@ address is config!red on the comp!ter.

D. The device with the 9. address !+(.!).(-).! is reachable over the network. $. he defa!lt gatewa) at .32..5.2/5.. is able to forward packets to the internet.

Aow man) sim!ltaneo!s elnet sessions does a Cisco ro!ter s!pport b) defa!lt? A. . B. 2 C. / #. 4 E. " *. 5

What does a host on an $thernet network do when it is creating a frame and it does not ha%e the destination address? A. drops the frame B. sends o!t a la)er / broadcast message C. sends a message to the ro!ter reB!esting the address D. sends out an A?. re5uest with the destination 9. address rad!cciDn' EF!G hace !n host en !na red $thernet hacer c!ando se estJ creando !n marco ) no tiene el destino de direcciDn? A. descarta la trama B. en%Ia !na capa / de dif!siDn de mensaHes C. en%Ia !n mensaHe al enr!tador B!e solicita la direcciDn D. env>a una petici2n A?. a la direcci2n 9. de destino A switch has 40 ports and 4 L+A,(. Aow man) collision and broadcast domains e"its on the switch(collision: broadcast)? A. 4: 40 B. 4*< 4 C. 40: . #. .: 40 $. 4: .

A network administrator is explaining VTP configuration to a new technician. What should the network administrator tell the new technician about VTP configuration? (Choose three.

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. A switch in the VTP client mode cannot update its local V$A% database b. A switch in the VTP transparent mode will forward updates that it recei&es to other switches c. A switch in the VTP ser&er mode can update a switch in the VTP transparent mode d. A switch in the VTP ser&er mode onl' updates switches in the VTP client mode that ha&e a higher VTP re&ision number. e. A trunk link must be configured between the switches to forward VTP updates f. A switch in the VTP ser&er mode will update switches in the VTP client mode regardless of the configured VTP domain membership Which one of the following statements is the media access method that (igabit )thernet uses? !eleccione una# a. C!*A+C, b. point-to-point c. token passing d. C!*A+CA

.ow does replacing a hub with a switch affect C!*A+C, beha&ior in an )thernet network? !eleccione una# a. /t effecti&el' eliminates collisions. b. /n increases the si0e of the collision domain b' allowing more de&ices to be connected at once. c. /t decreases the amount of time that a 1am signal must be sent to reach all network de&ices. d. /t reduces the total amount of bandwidth a&ailable to each de&ice.

A network administrator wants to control which user hosts can access the network based on their *AC address. What will pre&ent workstations with unauthori0ed *AC addresses from connecting to the network through a switch? !eleccione una# a. 2P,3 b. !TP c. 4!TP d. port securit'

Which statement is true about full-duplex )thernet in comparison to half-duplex )thernet? !eleccione una# a. 5ull-duplex )thernet uses two wires to send and recei&e. .alf-duplex )thernet uses one wire to send and recei&e. b. 5ull-duplex )thernet consists of a shared cable segment. .alf-duplex )thernet pro&ides a point-to-point link. c. 5ull-duplex )thernet uses a loopback circuit to detect collisions. .alf-duplex )thernet uses a 1am signal. d. 5ull-duplex )thernet can pro&ide higher throughput than can half-duplex )thernet of the same bandwidth.

2efore installing a new6 upgraded &ersion of the /7!6 what should be checked on the router6 and which command should be used to gather this information? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. the amount of a&ailable flash and 4A* memor' b. the &ersion of the bootstrap software present on the router c. show running-config d. show &ersion e. the amount of a&ailable 47* f. show processes

.ow is an )3/-89 format interface /, created from a 9:-bit *AC address? !eleccione una# a. b' appending ;x55 to the *AC address b. b' prefixing the *AC address with ;x55)) c. b' prefixing the *AC address with ;x55 and appending ;x55 to it d. b' prefixing the *AC address with ;x5 and inserting ;x5after each of its first three b'tes e. b' inserting ;x555) between the upper three b'tes and the lower three b'tes of the *AC address

4efer to the exhibit. What two results would occur if the hub were to be replaced with a switch that is configured with one )thernet V$A%? (Choose two.

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. The number of broadcast domains would remain the same. b. The number of broadcast domains would decrease. c. The number of broadcast domains would increase. d. The number of collision domains would increase. e. The number of collision domains would decrease. f. The number of collision domains would remain the same.

While troubleshooting a network connecti&it' problem6 a technician obser&es stead' link lights on both the workstation %/C and the switch port to which the workstation is connected. .owe&er6 when the ping command is issued from the workstation6 the output message <4e=uest timed out.< is displa'ed. At which la'er of the 7!/ model does the problem most likel' exist? !eleccione una# a. the network la'er b. the session la'er c. the data link la'er d. the protocol la'er e. the access la'er f. the application la'er

As data passes downward through the la'ers of the 7!/ model6 it is encapsulated into &arious formats. Which of the following is the correct order of encapsulation? !eleccione una# a. !egment6 packet6 frame6 bit

b. 2it6 packet6 frame6 segment c. 2it6 frame6 packet6 segment d. !egment6 frame6 packet6 bit

As a frame lea&es a $a'er > de&ice6 the $a'er ? encapsulation information is changed from what it was when it entered the de&ice. 5or what two reasons can this happen? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. The WA% encapsulation t'pe has changed. b. The source and destination hosts are in the same subnet. c. The data format has changed from analog to digital. d. The source and destination *AC addresses ha&e changed. e. The data is mo&ing from @;2A!)-TA to @;;2A!)-TA

Which two statements are true about the command ip route @B?.@8.>.; ?CC.?CC.?CC.; @D?.@8:.?.9? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. /t establishes a static route to the @B?.@8.>.; network. b. /t is a route that would be used last if other routes to the same destination exist c. /t configures the router to send an' traffic for an unknown destination out the interface with the address @D?.@8:.?.9. d. /t configures the router to send an' traffic for an unknown destination to the @B?.@8.>.; network e. /t establishes a static route to the @D?.@8:.?.; network f. /t uses the default administrati&e distance

What functions do routers perform in a network? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. V$A% membership assignment b. microsegmentation of broadcast domains c. path selection d. packet switching

What are two ad&antages of $a'er ? )thernet switches o&er hubs? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una#

a. increasing the maximum length of 3TP cabling between de&ices b. filtering frames based on *AC addresses c. decreasing the number of collision domains d. allowing simultaneous frame transmissions e. increasing the si0e of broadcast domains

/n the network below6 host PC-A is transferring a file to the 5TP ser&er. Point A represents the frame as it goes toward router@. What will the $a'er ? destination address be at this point?

!eleccione una# a. abcd.@@?>.;;9C b. abcd.??98.;;>C c. @D?.@8:.B.@B d. @D?.@8:.@.@

&efer to the e"hibit. A technician is in%estigating a problem with the network that is shown. he ro!ter is a 2011 model and all switches are 2291 models. hese s)mptoms ha%e been obser%ed' 4 All of the !ser hosts can access the =nternet. 4 ,one of the !ser hosts can access the ser%er located in L+A, 2. 4 All of the hosts can ping each other. What co!ld ca!se these s)mptoms?
!eleccione una# a. /nterface !;+; on the 4outer@ is down. b. Trunking is not enabled on the link between !witch> and !witch@. c. /nterface 5a@+; on the 4outer@ is down d. /nterface 5a;+9 on !witch@ is down.

&efer to the e"hibit. he network manager is e%al!ating the efficienc) of the c!rrent network design. &=@%2 is enabled on all +a)er / de%ices in the network. What network de%ices participate in passing traffic from the @C at .1..1...3 to *ile (er%er at .1.21...5 in the order that the) will forward traffic from so!rce to destination?
!eleccione una# a. !witch@6 4outer@6 4outer?6 !witch? b. !witch@6 !witch? c. !witch @6 4outer@6 !witch@6 !witch? d. !witch@6 !witch?6 4outer?6 !witch? Acknowledgements6 se=uencing6 and flow control are characteristics of which 7!/ la'er? !eleccione una# a. $a'er B b. $a'er 8 c. $a'er 9 d. $a'er ? e. $a'er C f. $a'er >

&efer to the graphic. Aost A has established a connection with the A @ ser%er attached to interface $1 of the ")6 ro!ter. Which of the following statements describe the information contained in protocol data !nits sent from host A to this ser%er? (Choose three.)

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. The destination /P address of a packet will be the /P address of the ); interface of the abc router. b. The destination address of a frame will be the *AC address of the .TTP ser&er interface. c. The destination /P address of a packet will be the /P address of the network interface of the .TTP ser&er. d. The destination address of a frame will be the *AC address of the ); interface of the abc router. e. The destination port number in a segment header will ha&e a uni=ue &alue greater than or e=ual to @;?>. f. The destination port number in a segment header will ha&e a &alue of :;. What are two benefits of using VTP in a switching en&ironment? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. /t allows switches to read frame tags b. /t allows ports to be assigned to V$A%s automaticall' c. /t allows frames from multiple V$A%s to use a single interface d. /t maintains V$A% consistenc' across a switched network

e. /t allows V$A% information to be automaticall' propagated throughout the switching en&ironment

A recei&ing host computes the checksum on a frame and determines that the frame is damaged. The frame is then discarded. At which 7!/ la'er did this happen? !eleccione una# a. ph'sical b. transport c. data link d. network e. session

&efer to the e"hibit. Which two statements are tr!e abo!t interL+A, ro!ting in the topolog) that is shown in the e"hibit? (Choose two.
!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. The 5ast)thernet ;+; interface on 4outer@ must be configured with subinterfaces b. 4outer@ will not pla' a role in communications between host A and host , c. 4outer@ needs more $A% interfaces to accommodate the V$A%s that are shown in the exhibit. d. .ost ) and host 5 use the same /P gatewa' address. e. 4outer@ and !witch? should be connected &ia a crosso&er cable. f. The 5ast)thernet ;+; interface on 4outer@ and !witch? trunk ports must be configured using the same encapsulation t'pe What are two reasons a network administrator would use C,P? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. to &erif' the t'pe of cable interconnecting two de&ices b. to determine the status of network ser&ices on a remote de&ice c. to obtain V$A% information from directl' connected switches d. to determine the status of the routing protocols between directl' connected routers e. to &erif' $a'er ? connecti&it' between two de&ices when $a'er > fails f. to obtain the /P address of a connected de&ice in order to telnet to the de&ice

&efer to the e"hibit. Which two statements are tr!e abo!t the loopback address that is config!red on &o!terB? (Choose two.)

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. /t decreases the metric for routes that are ad&ertised from 4outer2. b. /t pro&ides stabilit' for the 7!P5 process on 4outer2 c. /t ensures that data will be forwarded b' 4outer2 d. /t indicates that 4outer2 should be elected the ,4 for the $A%. e. /t specifies that the router /, for 4outer2 should be @;.;.;.@ Which of the following is true regarding the use of switches and hubs for network connecti&it'? !eleccione una# a. !witches increase the number of collision domains in the network b. !witches do not forward broadcasts c. !witches take less time to process frames than hubs take d. 3sing hubs can increase the amount of bandwidth a&ailable to hosts e. .ubs can filter frames

What is one reason that WPA encr'ption is preferred o&er W)P? !eleccione una# a. AWPA ke' is longer and re=uires more special characters than the W)P ke'. b. WPA ke' &alues remain the same until the client configuration is changed. c. The access point and the client are manuall' configured with different WPA ke' &alues.

d. The &alues of WPA ke's can change d'namicall' while the s'stem is used.

As a CC%A candidate6 'ou need to know 7!/ model &er' well6 a packet is the protocol data unit for which la'er of the 7!/ model? !eleccione una# a. data link b. presentation c. session d. network

.ow man' hosts and submasks in @B?.@8.;.;+?> subnetted +?B !eleccione una# a. : subnet >? hosts b. @8 subnet >; hosts c. : subnet >@ hosts d. @8 subnet >? hosts

&efer to the e"hibit. A network administrator attempts to ping Aost2 from Aost. and recei%es the res!lts that are shown. What is a possible problem?
!eleccione una# a. The link between 4outer@ and 4outer? is down. b. The default gatewa' on .ost@ is incorrect. c. The link between .ost@ and !witch@ is down. d. The link between !witch@ and 4outer@ is down. e. /nterface 5a;+; on 4outer@ is shutdown. f. TCP+/P is not functioning on .ost@ When comparing and contrasting the similarities and differences between bridges and switches6 which of the following are &alid statements? (Choose two !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. A switch is a multiport bridge b. 2ridges are faster than switches because the' ha&e fewer ports. c. 2ridges and switches learn *AC addresses b' examining the source *AC address of each frame recei&ed

d. 2ridges and switches increase the si0e of a collision domain.

Which destination addresses will be !sed b) Aost A to send data to Aost C? (Choose two.)

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. the /P address of the routerEs ); interface b. the *AC address of the routerEs ); interface c. the /P address of !witch @ d. the *AC address of .ost C e. the *AC address of !witch @ f. the /P address of .ost C

&efer to the e"hibit. he access list has been config!red on the (1-1 interface of ro!ter & B in the o!tbo!nd direction. Which two packets: if ro!ted to the interface: will be denied? (Choose two)

access-list @;@ den' tcp @D?.@8:.@C.>? ;.;.;.@C an' e= telnet access-list @;@ permit ip an' an' !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. source ip address# @D?.@8:.@C.CF destination port# ?@ b. source ip address#6 @D?.@8:.@C.>B destination port# ?@ c. source ip address#6 @D?.@8:.@C.9@ destination port# ?@ d. source ip address# @D?.@8:.@C.98F destination port# ?> e. source ip address#6 @D?.@8:.@C.>8 destination port# ?> f. source ip address#6 @D?.@8:.@C.9D destination port# ?>

Which two &alues are used b' !panning Tree Protocol to elect a root bridge? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. /7! &ersion b. /P address c. speed of the links d. amount of 4A* e. bridge priorit' f. *AC address

&efer to the e"hibit. he ro!ter has been config!red with these commands' hostname Catewa) interface *ast$thernet 1-1 ip address .20..//.2.2..4 299.299.299.240 no sh!tdown interface *ast$thernet 1-.

ip address .22..50..1.294 299.299.299.1 no sh!tdown interface (erial 1-1 ip address 54..11.1.2 299.299.299.292 no sh!tdown ip ro!te 1.1.1.1 1.1.1.1 54..11.1.. What are the two res!lts of this config!ration? (Choose two.)

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. .osts on the $A% that is connected to 5ast)thernet ;+@ will not be able to access the /nternet without address translation. b. The address of the subnet segment with the WWW ser&er will support se&en more ser&ers. c. The default route should ha&e a next hop address of 89.@;;.;.>. d. .osts on the $A% that is connected to 5ast)thernet ;+@ are using public /P addressing e. The addressing scheme allows users on the /nternet to access the WWW ser&er

As a teacher in Cisco academe6 'ou need to describe the &arious t'pes of flow control to 'our students. Which of the following are t'pes of flow control that can be used in a network? (Choose three !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. buffering b. load balancing c. windowing d. congestion a&oidance

What does a $a'er ? switch use to decide where to forward a recei&ed frame? !eleccione una# a. destination *AC address b. destination /P address c. source switch port d. destination port address

Which of the following statements are true regarding bridges and switches? (Choose Three. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. 2oth bridges and switches make forwarding decisions based on $a'er ? addresses. b. 2ridges define broadcast domains while switches define collision domains c. 2ridges are fre=uentl' faster than switches. d. 2oth bridges and switches forward $a'er ? broadcasts. e. !witches are primaril' software based while bridges are hardware based. f. !witches ha&e a higher number of ports than most bridges. g. 2oth bridges and switches make forwarding decisions based on $a'er ? addresses

A network administrator is tro!bleshooting the >(@* config!ration of ro!ters &. and &2. he ro!ters cannot establish an adHacenc) relationship on their common $thernet link. he graphic shows the o!tp!t of the show ip ospf interface e1 command for ro!ters &. and &2. Based on the information in the graphic: what is the ca!se of this problem?

!eleccione una# a. The cost on 4@ should be set higher. b. The 7!P5 area is not configured properl' c. The 7!P5 process /, numbers must match. d. The hello and dead timers are not configured properl'. e. A backup designated router needs to be added to the network. f. The priorit' on 4@ should be set higher.

&efer to the e"hibit. he two connected ports on the (witch/ are not t!rning orange or green. What wo!ld be the most effecti%e steps to tro!bleshoot this ph)sical la)er problem? (Choose three.)
!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. 4eseat all cables. b. )nsure the !witch> has power. c. )nsure that the )thernet encapsulations match on the interconnected 4outer? and !witch> ports. d. )nsure that cables A and 2 are straight-through cables. As a network administrator6 'ou will need to decide on the appropriate network de&ices to use. Which of the following correctl' describes the roles of de&ices in a WA%? (Choose three !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. A modem terminates a digital local loop. b. A modem terminates an analog local loop c. A C!3+,!3 terminates a digital local loop. d. A router is commonl' considered a ,T) de&ice

e. A C!3+,!3 terminates an analog local loop

As a CC%A candidate6 'ou will be expected to know the 7!/ model &er' well. Acknowledgements6 se=uencing6 and flow control are characteristics of which 7!/ la'er? !eleccione una# a. $a'er > b. $a'er ? c. $a'er 8 d. $a'er 9 e. $a'er C f. $a'er B

When !pgrading the =>( image: the network administrator recei%es the e"hibited error message. What co!ld be the ca!se of this error?

!eleccione una# a. The new /7! image is too large for the router flash memor'. b. The T5TP ser&er is unreachable from the router. c. The new /7! image is not correct for this router platform. d. There is not enough disk space on the T5TP ser&er for the /7! image. e. The /7! image on the T5TP ser&er is corrupt.

Both (witches and A!bs are !sed in the network: please st!d) the e"hibit caref!ll): how man) broadcast domains are shown in the graphic ass!ming onl) the defa!lt L+A, is config!red on the switches?

!eleccione una# a. one b. six c. twel&e d. two

Which of the following statements describe the network shown in the graphic? (Choose two.)

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. There are fi&e collision domains in the network. b. There are four collision domains in the network. c. There are four broadcast domains in the network.

d. There are se&en collision domains in the network. e. There are two broadcast domains in the network. f. There are six broadcast domains in the network. Which of the following ser&ices use 3,P? (Choose three. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. !%*P b. ,%! c. Telnet d. T5TP

A C@-=@ transfer is diagrammed in the e"hibit.

A window si0e of three has been negotiated for this transfer. Which message will be returned from the recei&er to the sender as part of this TCP+/P transfer? !eleccione una# a. send ACG 9-8 b. send ACG > c. send ACG 9 d. send ACG @->

&efer to the e"hibit. (W. and (W2 ha%e defa!lt config!rations. What will happen if host . sends a broadcast?

!eleccione una# a. .osts @6 ?6 >6 and 9 will recei&e the broadcast. b. .osts ?6 >6 96 and interfaces 5a;+; and 5a;+@ of 4@ will recei&e the broadcast. c. .osts @6 ?6 >6 9 and interface 5a;+; of 4@ will recei&e the broadcast. d. .osts ?6 >6 and 9 will recei&e the broadcast. e. .ost ? and the 5a;+; interface of 4@ will recei&e the broadcast. f. .osts @6 ? and the 5a;+; interface of 4@ will recei&e the broadcast. /t is known that the 7!/ model has se&en la'ers. Can 'ou tell me at which la'ers of the 7!/ model WA%s operate? (Choose two. !eleccione una o m"s de una# a. ph'sical la'er b. datalink la'er c. session la'er d. transport la'er

No! work as a network technician. @lease st!d) the e"hibit caref!ll). Aost @C4A has been added to the network. Which t)pe of cable sho!ld be !sed between (witc2h and host @C4 A?

!eleccione una# a. rollo&er cable b. straight-through cable c. crosso&er cable d. console cable

he network administrator is connecting @C hosts A and B directl) thro!gh their $thernet interfaces as shown in the graphic. @ing attempts between the hosts are !ns!ccessf!l. What can be done to pro%ide connecti%it) between the hosts? (Choose two.)

!eleccione una o m"s de una# a. The subnet masks should be set to ?CC.?CC.?CC.;. b. The hosts must be reconfigured to use pri&ate /P addresses for direct connections of this t'pe.

c. A default gatewa' needs to be set on each host. d. A crosso&er cable should be used in place of the straight-through cable.