CCNA 3 Chapter 6 2017 Exam Answers 100%

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  1. Which command will allow you to examine a switch’s port to see if it is routed or switched?
    A. Switch#show interface gi 0/2 switchport
    B. Switch#show interface gi 0/2 state
    C. Switch#show switchport interface gi 0/2
    D. Switch#show status interface gi 0/2
  2. You need more bandwidth to your switch from the router. Currently you have one Gigabit Ethernet connection in use and both your router and switch have another available Gigabit Ethernet connection. What can you do to get more bandwidth?
    A. Nothing. Routers cannot aggregate bandwidth from multiple connections.
    B. Use RIP to balance the bandwidth.
    C. Bundle both Gigabit Ethernet connections in an EtherChannel.
    D. Use the switch to perform inter-VLAN routing.
  3. You need to configure ROAS on a router’s interface to route VLAN 5 with ISL. Which command will specify the encapsulation and achieve this?
    A. Router(config-if)#encapsulation 5
    B. Router(config-if)#encapsulation isl 5
    C. Router(config-subif)#switchport encapsulation isl 5
    D. Router(config-subif)#encapsulation isl 5
  4. You have just configured a new VLAN and have configured the SVI with an IP address and no shutdown command on the interface. However, when you perform a show ip route, it does not show a valid directly connected route for the SVI. What is the problem?
    A. The VLAN is in a shutdown state.
    B. No interfaces have been configured with the new VLAN yet.
    C. The show ip route command will not display SVI directly connected routes.
    D. No dynamic routing protocols have been configured.
  5. Which of the following is a correct statement about Router On A Stick?
    A. Using a ROAS is a highly efficient alternative to routed SVIs.
    B. Using a ROAS is a cheaper alternative to inter-VLAN routing on a switch.
    C. A ROAS can only be used with 802.1Q.
    D. A ROAS is limited to a maximum of 16 routes.
  6. Before configuring ROAS, which command should be entered in the interface connecting to the switch?
    A. Router(config-if)#ip routing
    B. Router(config-if)#no ip address
    C. Router(config-if)#ip encapsulation dot1q
    D. Router(config-if)#sdm routing
  7. You have configured a Router On A Stick and set up the switch to connect to the router. However, you cannot route between VLANs. Which command would you use on the switch to verify operations?
    A. Switch#show ip route
    B. Switch#show interface status
    C. Switch#show interface trunk
    D. Switch#show switchport
  8. When configuring a router in an ROAS configuration, which command will enable the interface to accept frames tagged for VLAN 10?
    A. Switch(config-subif)#encapsulation vlan 10 dot1q
    B. Switch(config-if)#interface Fa 0/0.10
    C. Switch(config-subif)#encapsulation dot1q 10
    D. Switch(config-subif)#ip address
  9. Which statement is correct about ARP in relation to ROAS?
    A. Each physical interface has a unique MAC address, which responds to ARP requests.
    B. Each subinterface has a unique MAC address, which responds to ARP requests.
    C. Each IP address has a unique MAC address, which responds to ARP requests.
    D. All of the above
  10. Which statement is correct about implementing ROAS?
    A. Each IP address is configured on the subinterface as the gateway for the VLAN.B. The main interface must be configured with the summary IP address for all
    C. You must configure at least one native VLAN.
    D. All of the above
  11. Which is a reason for using a dynamic routing protocol?
    A. You have a network with only a few routers and network per branch.
    B. You have a network with only a few VLANs and one router.
    C. You have a network with a large amount of VLANs and only one router.
    D. You have a network with a few VLANs and many routers.
  12. Which routing technique is a type of static routing?
    A. OSPF routing
    B. EIGRP routing
    C. Default routing
    D. RIP routing
  13. Which is an advantage of using static routing?
    A. There is less administrative overhead.
    B. It is extremely secure.
    C. It can create resiliency in a network.
    D. It is extremely scalable without issues.
  14. Which routing technique has the lowest bandwidth overhead?
    A. RIP routing
    B. OSPF routing
    C. EIGRP routing
    D. Static routing
  15. Which routing technique requires no administrator intervention when a route goes down?
    A. Dynamic routing
    B. Directly connected routes
    C. Default routing
    D. Static routing

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