» CCNA – OSI Model Questions

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Which of the following correctly describe steps in the OSI data encapsulation process? (Choose two) A. The transport layer divides a data stream into segments and may add reliability and flow control information. B. The data link layer adds physical source and destination addresses and an FCS to the segment. C. Packets are created when the network layer encapsulates a frame with source and destination host addresses and protocol-related control information. D. Packets Read more […]

» CCNA – NAT & PAT Questions

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Refer to the exhibit. What does the (*) represent in the output? 02:16:29: NAT: s=10.10.0.2->1.2.4.2, d=1.2.4.1 [51607] 02:16:29: NAT: s=1.2.4.1, d=1.2.4.2->10.10.0.2 [55227] 62:16:29: NAT*: s=10.10.0.2->1.2.4.2, d=1.2.4.1 [51608] 02:16:29: NAT*: s=10.10.0.2->1.2.4.2, d=1.2.4.1 [51609] A. Packet is destined for a local interface to the router. B. Packet was translated, but no response was received from the distant device. C. Packet was not translated, Read more […]

» CCNA – IP Routing Questions 2

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Refer to the exhibit. Host A is to send data to Host B. How will Router1 handle the data frame received from Host A? (Choose three) A. Router1 will strip off the source MAC address and replace it with the MAC address on the forwarding FastEthernet interface. B. Router1 will strip off the source IP address and replace it with the IP address on the forwarding FastEthernet interface. C. Router1 will strip off the destination MAC address and replace it with the MAC address Read more […]

» CCNA – Cisco IOS Questions 3

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Refer to the exhibit. A router boots to the prompt shown in the exhibit. What does this signify, and how should the network administrator respond? rommon 1> A. This prompt signifies that the configuration file was not found in NVRAM. The network administrator should follow the prompts to enter a basic configuration. B. The prompt signifies that the configuration file was not found in flash memory. The network administrator should use TFTP to transfer a configuration Read more […]

» CCNA – IP Routing Questions

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Refer to the exhibit. Assume that the routing protocol referenced in each choice below is configured with its default settings and the given routing protocol is running on all the routers. Which two conditional statements accurately state the path that will be chosen between networks 10.1.0.0 and 10.3.2.0 for the routing protocol mentioned? (Choose two) A. If OSPF is the routing protocol, the path will be from R1 to R3 to R4 to R5. B. If OSPF is the routing protocol, the Read more […]

» CCNA – DHCP Questions

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Refer to the exhibit. Which rule does the DHCP server use when there is an IP address conflict? A. The address is removed from the pool until the conflict is resolved. B. The address remains in the pool until the conflict is resolved. C. Only the IP detected by Gratuitous ARP is removed from the pool. D. Only the IP detected by Ping is removed from the pool. E. The IP will be shown, even after the conflict is resolved.   Answer: A Question 2 How dose Read more […]

» CCNA – Cisco IOS Questions 2

EnsurepassQuestion 1 When you are logged into a switch, which prompt indicates that you are in privileged mode? A. % B. @ C. > D. $ E. #   Answer: E Explanation The “#” (like Switch#) indicates you are in privileged mode while the “>” indicates you are in user mode. Note: The “#” sign in “Switch(config)#” indicates this is only accessible at privileged EXEC mode. The “(config)#” part indicates we are in configuration mode. Below lists popular Read more […]

» CCNA – IP Address Questions

EnsurepassQuestion 1 Which IP address can be assigned to an Internet interface? A. 10.180.48.224 B. 9.255.255.10 C. 192.168.20.223 D. 172.16.200.18   Answer: B Explanation The IP address which can be assigned to an Internet interface is a public IP address. Private IP address are found in the following ranges: * From 10.0.0.0 to 10.255.255.255 * From 172.16.0.0 to 172.31.255.255 * From 192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255 Also some special IP addresses (like the local loopback Read more […]

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