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CCNA, CCNP, And Cisco Security Practice Exam Questions: POSTs, ROM, RAM, And More!

Test your knowledge of Telnet, Signature Definition Files, and other important Cisco certification exam topics with these free questions!

Let’s test your knowledge of Power-On Self Tests, SDFs, route redistribution, and other important Cisco certification exam topics!

Answers are at the bottom of the page.  No peeking!

CCNA Certification And CCENT Certification:

Identify the correct statements:

A. The POSTs are kept in ROM.

B. The POSTs are kept in RAM.

C. The IOS images are kept in RAM.

D. The IOS images are kept in Flash.

E. The running configuration file is kept in Flash.

F. The running configuration file is kept in RAM.

G. The startup configuration file is kept in Flash.

CCNA Security Certification / CCNP ISCW Exam:

What's the purpose of the attack-drop.sdf file?

CCNP Certification / BSCI Exam:

What route redistribution option will resolve the potential issue in the following configuration?

R2(config-router)#redistribute eigrp 100 metric 30

% Only classful networks will be redistributed

CCNP Certification / BCMSN Exam:

Name two methods of setting a Cisco switch's configuration revision number to zero.

CCNP / ONT Exam:

Identify the true statements:

A. The FXO port points to the office

B. The FXS port points to the subscriber

C. The FXO port points to the subscriber

D. The FXS port points to the office

Here are the answers!

CCNA:  Answers: A, D, F. (The startup configuration file is kept in NVRAM.)

CCNA Security / ISCW Exam:  Answer: The attack-drop.sdf file is a Signature Definition File that contains the latest and greatest IPS signatures.

BSCI:  Answer: By adding the subnets option to the redistribute command, subnets can be successfully redistributed.

BCMSN:  Answer: Cisco theory holds that there are two ways to reset a switch's revision number to zero:

1. Change the VTP domain name to a nonexistent domain, then change it back to the original name.

2. Change the VTP mode to Transparent, then change it back to Server.

In reality, resetting this number can be more of an art form than a science. The method to use often depends on the model. In the real world, you should use your favorite search engine for a phrase such as reset configuration revision number zero followed by the switch model.

ONT:  Answers: AHealth Fitness Articles, B.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


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