» CCNA – Drag and Drop 5


Question 1

Drag the Cisco default administrative distance to the appropriate routing protocol or route (Not all options are used)




+ RIP: 120
+ OSPF: 110
+ static route referencing IP address of next hop: 1
+ internal EIGRP route: 90
+ directly connected network: 0

Question 2

Drag the term on the left to its definition on the right (not all options are used)




+ poison reverse: A router learns from its neighbor that a route is down and the router sends an update back to the neighbor with an infinite metric to that route
+ LSA: The packets flooded when a topology change occurs, causing network routers to update their topological databases and recalculate routes
+ split horizon: This prevents sending information about a routeback out the same interface that originally learned about the route
+ holddown timer: For a given period, this causes the router to ignore any updates with poorer metrics to a lost network

Question 3

Drag the description on the left to the correct router mode on the right

Cisco_router_modes copy.jpg



+ user EXEC mode: limited to basic monitoring commands
+ privileged EXEC mode: provide access to all other router commands
+ global configuration mode: commands that affect the entire system
+ specific configuration mode: commands that affect interfaces/processes only
+ setup mode: interactive configuration dialog

Question 4

Drag each definition on the left to the matching term on the right




+ cost: a configurable value based by default on the bandwidth of the interface
+ load: the amount of activity on a network resource
+ bandwidth: the data capacity of a link
+ hop count: the number of point-to-point links in a transmission path
+ reliability: usually refers to the bit error rate of each network link
+ delay: the amount of time required to move a packet from source to destination

Question 5

Refer to the exhibit. Complete the network diagram by dragging the correct device name or description to the correct location. Not all the names or descriptions will be used.




From left to right:

Router, DTE, DCE, CSU/DSU Synchronous, Digital Line, WAN Service Provider Network.


Question 6

Drag each feature on the left to the appropriate routing protocol on the right.




RIP version 1

+ sends frequent updates
+ less complex configuration
+ susceptible to routing loops
+ exchanges full routing table in updates


+ faster convergence
+ uses only event-triggered updates
+ same topology information held by all routers
+ requires more memory and processing power

Question 7

Drag item on left to match item on right




+ Point to Point Advantage: Quality
+ Point to Point Disadvantage: Limited Flexibility
+ Circuit Switched Advantage: Cost
+ Circuit Switched Disadvantage: Low speed
+ Packet Switch Advantage: Efficient
+ Packet Switch Disadvantage: More Complex

Question 8

All hosts in the same subnet with must be denied Telnet access to hosts outside the LAN (u need to just drag & drop) fiil out the command. To complete the bracketed command, [access-list list-number deny tcp 172.16.5.address 0.0.0.mask any eq port], drag each appropriate option on the left to its proper placeholder on the right. (Not all options are used)




+ list-number: 128
+ address: 64
+ mask: 63
+ port: 23



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