CCNA4 Pretest Exam (v5.03) 2016

CCNA4 Pretest Exam Answer v5.03 2016 When is a dial-up connection used to connect to an ISP? when a cellular telephone provides the service when a high-speed connection is provided over a cable TV network when a satellite dish is used when a regular telephone line is used Why would a network administrator use the […]
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CCNA3 Practice Final Exam (v5.03) 2016

CCNA3 Practice Final Exam Answer v5.03 2016 Which technological factor determines the impact of a failure domain? the number of layers of the hierarchical network the number of users on the access layer the role of the malfunctioning device the forwarding rate of the switches used on the access layer Which routing protocol is able […]
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CCNA3 Chapter 9 Exam (v5.03) 2016

CCNA3 Chapter 9 Exam Answer v5.03 2016 Which IOS 12.4 software package integrates full features, including voice, security, and VPN capabilities, for all routing protocols? Advanced Security Advanced IP Services Advanced Enterprise Services Service Provider Services What is the major release number in the IOS image name c1900-universalk9-mz.SPA.152-3.T.bin? 2 3 15 52 1900 What statement […]
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CCNA3 Chapter 7 Exam (v5.03) 2016

CCNA3 Chapter 7 Exam Answer v5.03 2016 Refer to the exhibit. Which command should be used to configure EIGRP to only advertise the network that is attached to the gigabit Ethernet 0/1 interface? network 172.16.23.64 0.0.0.63 network 172.16.23.0 255.255.255.192 network 172.16.23.64 0.0.0.127 network 172.16.23.0 255.255.255.128 What is the purpose of using protocol-dependent modules in EIGRP? […]
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Basic Network Configuration PT Activity

Overview This is a beginning network configuration activity in Packet Tracer 6.1. This activity is designed to challenge you with some basic Cisco IOS configurations using a Cisco 1941 router, two Cisco Catalyst 2960 switches, a TFTP server and two PCs. In this Packet Tracer activity you are asked to configure the following items: Step […]
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Network Layer

Network Layer Overview The Network Layer is all about networks and routing packets to the correct network, it is the “Layer of The Internet” the layer of the IP protocol. The IP protocol is a connectionless protocol, it doesn’t care about setting up a connection prior to sending like TCP’s three way handshake, it just sends. IP is […]
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How to make a straight through Ethernet cable

Overview The ability to make a straight through Ethernet cable can come in handy, whether you need to create a specific Ethernet cable or you need to fix an existing one. You can save money by making your own Ethernet cables in the exact lengths necessitated by your network. ith some practice and following the […]
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Ethernet

Ethernet Overview Ethernet is an important topic in the Cisco CCNA because network administrators typically oversee LANs (local area networks), and pretty much all LANs today use some form of Ethernet, whether it be copper Fast Ethernet, or fiber optic Gigabit Ethernet, or wireless Ethernet. Ethernet became what it is today, because it was cheap […]
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Data Link Layer

Overview The data link layer provides the upper layers access to the network media. It is responsible for controlling access to the media, encapsulating packets into appropriately sized frames for the media used, physical addressing, the exchange of frames between nodes on the local network, and error detection. Media Access Control Control Based Access – […]
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Physical Layer

Overview The purpose of the Physical layer is to put digital bits on the media as encoded signals and to also receive encoded signals and turn them back into binary digits. Media at the Physical layer refers to either copper cables, fiber optic cables or wireless radio waves. Along with all the different types of […]
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