Ccna, Ccnp, And Ccent Cisco Practice Exam: Radius, Ospf, And More!

Test your knowledge of important Cisco certification exam topics with these practice exam questions!

CCNA:

Short answer: What do the letters “IA” indicate in an OSPF routing table?

Answer: “IA” indicates an inter-area route – a route to a destination in another OSPF area.

CCNP / BSCI:

Short answer: Cisco OSPF design guidelines suggest a router have no more than ____________ neighbors.

Answer: Cisco suggests a single OSPF-enabled router have no more than 60 neighbors.

CCNP / BCMSN:

Short answer: Identify and briefly describe the dot1x port authentication modes.

Answer: The dot1x port authentication modes are auto, force-authorized (the default), and force-unauthorized. Force-authorized means the port is always authorized; force-unauthorized means the port can never be authorized; ports in auto transmit EAP packets and become authorized only when the authentication server allows it.

CCNP / ISCW:

Identify the true statements.

A. RADIUS considers each “A” in AAA to be a separate process.

B. TACACS+ considers each “A” in AAA to be a separate process.

C. TACACS+ is capable of encrypting the entire packet.

D. RADIUS is capable of encrypting the entire packet.

Answer: B, C. RADIUS actually combines the authentication and authorization processes, making it very difficult to run one but not the other. Also, While TACACS+ encrypts the entire packet, RADIUS encrypts only the password in the initial client-server packet.

CCNP / ONT:

What are the four pre-defined priority levels in WiFi Multimedia?

Answer: Platinum (for voice), Gold (for video), Silver (for everything else – best-effort), and Bronze (background traffic).

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