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  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth EditionChapter 6 Solutions Chapter 6 Solutions Review Questions 1. If ou want to see the he!adeci al #oot setting for the configuration register, which co and would ou use$ %Choose all that appl.&a. router' sh int #. router' sh (er c. router)sh (er d. router)sh int*. +hen the trace co and is used, ultiple packets are sent to a re ote destination witha. -rogressi(el higher / (alues until a packet reaches the destination #. -rogressi(el lower / (alues until a packet is returned fro the destinationc. -rogressi(el s aller hop countsd. Full routing ta#les0. If ou want to configure the (alues that ping uses and ha(e access to e!tended ode  ping options, which of the following represents the appropriate pro pt and the co and ou would tpe #efore pressing the eturn ke$a. router)ping #. router)ping e! dc. router)ping otdd. router' pinge. router)ping 2ef. router' ping 2e3. +hat is usuall stored in N4A5$ %Choose all that appl.&a. Configuration register  #. ackup cop of the I7Sc. /i ited (ersion of the I7Sd. Configuration file8. +hich of the following connecti(it utilities use IC5- essages for trou#leshooting the connection$ %Choose all that appl.&a. -ing #. elnetc. raced. I- routee. Show (ersion6. +hich laer of the 7SI odel contains the telnet utilit$a. Application #. Network c. 9ata /ink d. -hsicale. ransport:. +hich of the following infor ation is not (isi#le after ou issue a ping$1  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth EditionChapter 6 Solutions a. ;uantit of IC5- packets sent #. i eout durationc. Success rated. 5AC addresse. oundtrip ti es<. If the packet tpe is unknown, what does ping report$a. = #. .c. $d. >?. +hich of the following co ands are considered inco plete or will not #e recogni@ed # the routers I7S$ Assu e that the eturn ke is pressed i ediatel after the co and. %Choose all that appl.&a. router' ping 1?*.16<.1.1 #. router)pingc. router' pingd. router)confige. router' config1B. +hich of the following aps the route fro ostA to ost across the Internet$a. show ip route co and #. -ingc. raced. Finger 11. If the configuration register is set to B!*1B*, where will the sste look for #oot instructions$a. Flash #. N4A5c. A5d. 751*. If there are no specific instructions to the contrar, fro where does the sste atte pt to load the I7S$a. 75 #. A5c. N4A5d. Flash10. If ou want to see infor ation a#out other Cisco de(ices attached to our router, which of the following co ands would ou use$a. show cisco neigh#or  #. show cdp neigh#or c. show cdp configd. initiate cdp scan13. +hat is the purpose of C9-$a.o co unicate hardware infor ation #etween Cisco and nonDCisco routers*  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth EditionChapter 6 Solutions  #.o co unicate hardware infor ation #etween switches and hu#sc.o co unicate hardware infor ation #etween Cisco routers and switchesd.o update routing ta#les18. +hich of the following is the final step in the router #oot process$ a./ocate and load Cisco I7S #./oad #ootstrapc./ocate and load router configuration filed.-7S16. +hich of the following occurs after the loading of the #ootstrap$a. est hardware #. Configuration register is e!a ined to deter ine fro where to load the I7Sc. /ocate and load router configuration filed. -7S1:. +hat is another na e for ena#le ode$a.Ena#le secret ode #.-ri(ileged EEC odec./ogin oded.>ser ode1<.  default, what will happen if the I7S cannot #e found in flash e or$a. he router atte pts to load a ini al cop fro 75. #. he router uses C9-.c. he router contacts an - ser(er.d. he router auto aticall shuts down.1?. If the router is configured to load the I7S fro a F- ser(er, where will the router look ne!t for the I7S$a. 75 #. Flashc. F- ser(er d. - ser(er e. C9-*B. +hich co and could ou use to #ack up the I7S to a F- ser(er$a. cop I7S tftp #. cop flash tftpc. cop ro tftpd. cop runningDconfig tftp*1. If ou want to see infor ation a#out other Cisco de(ices attached to our router, including their I- addresses, which of the following co ands would ou use$a. show cisco neigh#or  #. show cdp neigh#or c. show cdp neigh#or detaild. show cdp neigh#or Ethernet**. +hat is the co and to erase the configuration file on a Cisco router$a. erase startupDconfig0  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth EditionChapter 6 Solutions  #. delete startc. disa#le n(ra d. delete n(ra *0. he show interfaces co and displas the following output FastEthernetBB is up, line protocol is ad inistrati(el down. +hat do ou infer$a. here is no ca#le attached to the FastEthernetBB interface on the router. #. he no shutdown co and needs to #e configured on the FastEthernetBB interface.c. Inco pati#le routing protocols ha(e #een configured on the router.d. here is a phsical pro#le with the FastEthernetBB interface on the router.*3. +hat is the purpose of a hosts file on a router$a. o allow ou to use host na es instead of I- addresses when referring to network de(ices #. o facilitate A- on the router c. o allow routers to see other de(ices on the network d. o #lock unwanted hosts fro using the router  *8. +hat is the purpose of S95$a. o allow configuration of a Cisco router using the C/I #. o allow configuration of a Cisco router using a we#D#ased toolc. o allow configuration of a Cisco router using enu codesd. o allow re ote password reco(er Case Projects Case Project 1 CDP is not part of any protocol suite. It is an independent, Cisco proprietary, Data Link layer protocol designed to inform neighbor routers and switches details, such as the port number to which your device is attached to the remote device, the type of device, the model number (for eample, ! ##$, and the holdtime in seconds that the CDP information will be held. CDP broadcasts the information every %# seconds by default, and is on for every interface by default. &ou can turn it on and off using the cdp run and no cdp run commands, respectively, in global configuration mode. &ou can turn it on and off of a single interface in interface configuration modeusing the cdp enable and no cdp enable commands, respectively. &ou may want to turn it off because of broadcast traffic problems and'or because you dont want to advertise your e)uipmentto other e)uipment. Case Project 2 *irst, they should try the +show interface+ command, which will indicate if the interfaces on the router are physically available, and if they are receiving keepalive messages which indicates datalink layer connectivity. ver -# of all network problems are physical layer problems. If all interfaces are /P'/P, the +show ip route+ command should be tried net because it displays the routing table. 0 router cannot send data to a network for which there is no entry in the routing table (unless there is a default or gateway route configured$. If the routing table is not correct, they should look at whether or not 1IP or other routing protocols or static routes were configured correctly. 2he +show run+ command will display the configuration. If the routing table is correct, they should try pinging a neighbor to see if they have network layer connectivity. If that works, they could use the +trace+ command to try and establish if and where communications are breaking down. 2elnetting to a remote router indicates connectivity at the highest layer in the 3I mode, the application layer. It is possible that a neighbor router is having problems and affecting the clients router. *or eample, if a neighbor router has an interface that is D45 and that interface is connected to the clients router, it could +push+ the clients interface D45. 0lso, a 3
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