CCNA 4 Chapter 2 2017 Exam Answers 100%

CCNA 4 Chapter 2 Exam Answers Full

  1. Which command will need to be configured for support of discontinuous networks?
    A. Router(config-router)#network discontiguous
    B. Router(config)#network discontiguous
    C. Router(config)#no auto-summary
    D. Router(config-router)#no auto-summary303.
  2. Which command configures RIPv2 on a router and advertises a network of 192.168.20.0/24?

    A. Router(config)#ip router ripv2
    Router(config-router)#network 192.168.20.0

    B. Router(config)#router rip
    Router(config-router)#version 2
    Router(config-router)#network 192.168.20.0

    C. Router(config)#router rip
    Router(config-router)#version 2
    Router(config-router)#network 192.168.20.0 0.0.0.255

    D. Router(config)#ip router rip
    Router(config-router)#version 2
    Router(config-router)#network 192.168.20.0 0.0.0.255

  3. What is the purpose of the RIPv2 holddown timer?
    A. Holddown timers allow for time between when a route becomes invalid and it is flushed from the routing table.
    B. Holddown timers allow for time between when a route has become unreachable and when it can be updated again.
    C. Holddown timers define the time when a route becomes invalid.
    D. Holddown timers define the time when a valid route is present in the routing table.
  4. In the following exhibit, a packet from network 192.168.1.0/24 is destined for 192.168.4.0/24. The route the packet will take will be Router A to Router B, determined by RIPv2. However, the bandwidth is only 64 Kb/s. How can you force packets to travel over the 1.544 Mb/s links?

    A. RouterA(config-router)#passive interface serial 0/3/0
    RouterB(config-router)#passive interface serial 0/3/0

    B. RouterA(config)#ip route 192.168.4.0 255.255.255.0 serial 0/3/1
    RouterB(config)#ip route 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0 serial 0/3/1

    C. RouterA(config-router)#cost 2 serial 0/3/0
    RouterB(config-router)#cost 2 serial 0/3/0

    D. RouterA(config-if)#metric 2 serial 0/3/0
    RouterB(config-if)#metric 2 serial 0/3/0

  5. What is the default number of equal-cost routes RIPv2 will load balance?
    A. 2 routes
    B. 4 routes
    C. 8 routes
    D. 16 routes
  6. Which protocol will support IPv6 for RIP?
    A. RIPv1
    B. RIPv2
    C. RIPv6
    D. RIPng
  7. Which command will display which routes the RIPv2 router is advertising?
    A. Router#show ip route
    B. Router#show ip rip database
    C. Router#show ip rip
    D. Router#show ip interface
  8. How would you configure a router to use split horizons for RIPv2?
    A. Router(config)#ip rip split-horizon
    B. Router(config-if)#ip split-horizon
    C. Router(config-router)#ip split-horizon
    D. Router(config-router)#rip split-horizon
  9. In the following exhibit, when will a route be removed from the routing table for RIPv2?

    A. 30 seconds
    B. 180 seconds
    C. 360 seconds
    D. 240 seconds
  10. Which command will allow you to check basic connectivity at layer 3?
    A. Router#show ip route
    B. Router#ping 192.168.4.1
    C. Router#pathping 192.168.4.1
    D. Router#ip ping 192.168.4.1
  11. Which command will allow you to see the path on which a packet gets routed to its destination?
    A. Router#show ip route
    B. Router#tracert 192.168.7.56
    C. Router#pathping 192.168.7.56
    D. Router#traceroute 192.168.7.56
  12. You perform a ping to a host on the network. However, the first packet is dropped. Why did the first packet drop?
    A. The local router dropped the first packet.
    B. The routing table was updating.
    C. The ARP request timed out the ping packet.
    D. The remote router dropped the first packet.
  13. Which command on Windows will allow you to verify your IP address, subnet mask, default gateway, and MAC address?
    A. C:\>ipconfig
    B. C:\>ipstatus
    C. C:\>ipconfig /all
    D. C:\>hostname
  14. Which command on Windows will allow you to verify the path a packet gets routed through on the network?
    A. C:\>tracert 198.78.34.2
    B. C:\>ping 198.78.34.2
    C. C:\>traceroute 198.78.34.2
    D. C:\>route print
  15. You ping from a router to another router and receive back !!!!!. What does this mean?
    A. All packets have been dropped.
    B. All packets are successfully acknowledged.
    C. There is congestion in the path.
    D. The packets were received, but after the ICMP timeout.
  16. You want to ping a router on your network from interface Serial 0/0 and not the path in the routing table. How can you achieve this?
    A. This cannot be done; packets cannot disregard the routing table.
    B. Enter the interface in configuration mode, and ping the remote router.
    C. Enter extended ping, and specify the exit interface.
    D. Configure a temporary route for the router exiting the interface.
  17. You perform a traceroute to a destination network and receive back several lines of output. On the end of each line are three parameters such as 1 192.168.1.1 20 msec 34 msec 67 msec. What do they mean?
    A. They are the three response times of each ICMP request.
    B. They are the minimum, maximum, and average of the ICMP query.
    C. They are the minimum, average, and maximum of the ICMP query.
    D. They are the maximum, average, and minimum of the ICMP query.
  18. You need to make a Telnet connection to a remote router from a router you are configuring. Which command will allow you to do this?
    A. Router#198.56.33.3
    B. Router#connect 198.56.33.3
    C. Router#remote 198.56.33.3
    D. Router#vty 198.56.33.3
  19. An administrator calls you and states that they believe an interface is down on a router you maintain. Which command will show only the interface, the IP address configured, and the status of the interface?
    A. Router#show ip interface
    B. Router#show interface
    C. Router#show ip interface brief
    D. Router#show interface brief
  20. You need to ping an IPv6 address of 2001:db8:3:4::2. Which command will achieve this?
    A. Router#ping 2001:db8:3:4::2
    B. Router#ipv6 ping 2001:db8:3:4::2
    C. Router#pingv6 2001:db8:3:4::2
    D. Router#ping6 2001:db8:3:4::2
  21. Which IPv6 command will verify that you have received a Router Advertisement message from a local router?
    A. Router#show ipv6 neighbors
    B. Router#show ipv6 cache
    C. Router#show ipv6 ra
    D. Router#show neighbors

Leave a Reply