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Review Questions
1. If you want to use CHAP authentication, which protocol would you
employ?
a. Multilink
b. PAP
c. rame relay
d. PPP relay
2. What is the default encapsulation type on serial interfaces of Cisco routers?
a. PPP
b. H!"C
c. #!"C
d. rame relay
$. %hich of the followin& is an 'CP? (Choose all that apply.)
a. IP*CP
b. H!"C
c. #!"C
d. A+CP
e. IPCP
,. PPP was deri-ed from .
a. rame relay
b. H!"C
c. ./0C
d. I#!'
1. %hat is a common reason for loopin& an interface?
a. to achie-e &reater bandwidth
b. to drop nonessential frames
c. to increase packet si2e
d. testin&
3. %hich of the followin& is a uni4ue number that helps de-ices disco-er
looped interfaces?
a. MAC
b. "CP
c. ma&ic number
d. bandwidth
5. %hich of the followin& employs the stron&est encryption techni4ue?
a. plain te6t
b. PAP
c. CHAP
d. clear te6t
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7. If you want your router to use CHAP and then PAP authentication,
which of the followin& commands would be correct?
a. router8ppp au chap pap
b. router9ppp authentication chap pap
c. router(con:&;if)9ppp au pap chap
d. router(con:&;if)9ppp au chap pap
e. router(con:&)9ppp authentication chap pap
<. %hich %A' protocol did PPP replace?
a. H!"C
b. #!"C
c. #"IP
d. "AP!
1=. %hich protocol is used to automatically build the rame .elay map alon&
with "MI?
a. A.P
b. .A.P
c. In-erse A.P
d. !"CI
11 . +o make !"CI numbers &lobally si&ni:cant, "MI causes routers to issue
>>> that ad-ertise the !"CI numbers.
a. unicasts
b. keepali-es
c. broadcasts
d. multicasts
1?. %hen ne&otiatin& a data transfer rate for rame .elay with a
telecommunications pro-ider, the rate a&reed upon is the .
a. keepali-e rate
b. CI.
c. @/#
d. !!.
1$. +he Address portion of the rame .elay frame contains which of the
followin& pieces of information? (Choose all that apply.)
a. !"CI
b. @C'
c. la&
d. /@C'
e. C#
1,. +he line speed of a rame .elay connection is known as the .
a. access rate
b. C/#
c. @/#
d. CI.
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11. >>>> numbers are locally si&ni:cant in rame .elay connections and are
used to identify speci:c -irtual circuits.
a. !"CI
b. P!'
c. A.P
d. "MI
13. +o pre-ent routin& loops, rame .elay uses .
a. loopback attack
b. split hori2on
c. e-ent hori2on
d. !"CI numbers
15. rame relay is more eAcient than older %A' encapsulation methods
because error correction is handled by >>>>>>>>>>>>>> rame .elay
communications.
a. lower layers
b. !"CI
c. "MI
d. upper layers
17. rame relay uses >>>>>>>>> to combine multiple data streams on one
connection.
a. duple6in&
b. simple6in&
c. multiple6in&
d. encodin&
1<. %hat is the purpose of keepali-e packets?
a. to reduce data transfer rates
b. to keep PBCs acti-e
c. to increase data transfer rates
d. to ne&otiate connection speed
?=. %hich of the followin& layers do %A' speci:cations typically de:ne?
(Choose all that apply.)
a. Physical
b. !ata "ink
c. 'etwork
d. +ransport
e. Presentation
?1. In rame .elay, what would be considered the !C@?
a. customerCs router
b. terminal adapter
c. PPP
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d. frame relay switch
?1. %hich of the followin& was formerly CCI++?
a. A#CII
b. A'#I
c. I+D;+
d. @/C!IC
??. %hat is another term used to describe a rame .elay switch?
a. .'!
b. .A!
c. P!'
d. P#+'
?$. %hich of the followin& would be a subinterface for #erial =E1?
a. #=E=.1
b. #=E=.?
c. #=E1.?
d. #=E?.1
?,. %hat does "MI stand for?
a. "o&ical Mana&ement Interface
b. "ocal Mana&ement Interface
c. "o&ical Maintenance Interconnect
d. "o&ical Maintenance Interface
?1. %hat are the three possible connection states for a !"CI? (Choose all that
apply.)
a. Interacti-e
b. Acti-e
c. Inacti-e
d. !isconnected
e. !eleted
?3. %hich of the followin& does not allow broadcasts to be sent to multiple
destinations throu&h a sin&le interface?
a. "MI
b. subinterfaces
c. "CP
d. M/A
e. '/MA
?5. %hich of the followin& is a type of -irtual circuit? (Choose all that apply.)
a. MBC
b. PBC
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c. #BC
d. FBC
?7. %hich of the followin& are "MI encapsulation types supported by Cisco
routers? (Choose all that apply.)
a. "MI ?
b. cisco
c. ansi
d. -<?$i
e. 4<$$a
?<. %hich of the followin& is the default "MI encapsulation type for a Cisco
router?
a. "MI ?
b. cisco
c. ansi
d. -<?$i
e. 4<$$a
$=. %hat does the router(con:&;if)9encap fr command do?
a. sets the enable mode prompt to .
b. enables rame .elay on the :rst serial interface
c. sets the encapsulation to rame .elay
d. sets the lan&ua&e to rench
$1. %hich of the followin& commands would show statistics for a -irtual
circuit?
a. router8sh frame map
b. router9sh frame map
c. router9sh frame p-c
d. router(con:&;if)9sh frame p-c
$?. %hat rame .elay encapsulation must be con:&ured on Cisco routers that
are attached to non;Cisco routers?
a. ietf
b. cisco
c. ansi
d. 4<$$a
$$. How often are rame .elay keepali-e packets sent by default?
a. e-ery $= seconds
b. e-ery 1= seconds
c. once e-ery hour on the half;hour
d. once e-ery hour on the hour
e. once e-ery $= minutes
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Case Projects
Case ro!ect 1
The network administrators will have to decide what bandwidth requirements they have. They
should also record the DLC to remote ! mappin"s for each !#C. $ther considerations include
whether nverse %&! will be enabled' what L( encapsulation will be used' and whether the
connections will be point)to)point or multipoint.
Case ro!ect 2
f the network is a multipoint confi"uration' all ! addresses for the connections between %ustin'
Dallas' *an %ntonio' and +ouston will be on the same subnet. % multipoint confi"uration is sub,ect
to the *plit +ori-on rule because the multiple !#Cs are connected to a sin"le interface or
subinterface. $nly one ! network number or subnet number is required. f the network is a point)
to)point confi"uration' then all ! addresses for the connections will be on different networks or
subnets. % point)to)point confi"uration will not be sub,ect to the *plit +ori-on rule because the
sin"le serial interface is divided into multiple subinterfaces' or multiple physical interfaces are
used. !oint)to)point confi"urations do not support nverse %&!.
Case ro!ect 3
"ou can use the show int s#, show $r p%c, show $r &ap, and show $r l&i co&&ands to
&onitor the connection' (here could )e pro)le&s with the l&i t*pe, the con$igured
)andwidth, the $ra&e rela* &ap, split hori+on, or possi)l* the $ra&e rela* encapsulation
t*pe'
Case ro!ect 4
,t is possi)le to run -./C and on the serial inter$aces o$ &ost routers' (he
paragraph should $ocus on the $act that each %endor0s i&ple&entation o$ -./C is
proprietar* so it would not )e a good choice $or connecti%it*' (he paragraph should then
discuss how is an open standard and would )e a good choice to use $or connecti%it*
)etween Cisco and non1Cisco routers'
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