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QUESTION 2 The above provides some descriptions, while the below provides some routing protocols. Drag the above items to the proper locations.

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QUESTION 3 The left provides the definitions, while the right describes some terms. Drag the items on the right to the proper locations.

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Drag to fill in the NAT terminology table with their associated IP address values. . Host PC is sending packets to Web Server.Answer: QUESTION 6 RouterA is configured to use NAT in overload mode.

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Local address refers to the address that can be seen and used by the inside network devices. IP packets sent from the outside network devices regard "outside global address" as the source address and "inside global address" as the destination address.Addresses can also be divided into local and global addresses. while global address refers to the address that can be seen and used by the outside network devices. the packets will be out from the "inside" interface. When the packets reach the "inside" interface of the NAT equipment.When the packets reach the "outside" interface of the NAT equipment. the packets will be out from the "outside" interface . while the outside addresses are used by the outside network devices. that is to say. which is often a private address. the NIC connected to the outside network is called "outside". Outside global address is the real address used by the outside network devices. the addresses will be translated into "outside local address" and "inside local address". The device that has NAT functions connects the inside and the outside network like a bridge. the addresses will be translated into "inside global address" and "outside global address" . It is often used when the inside network devices communicate with the outside network devices.IP packets sent from the inside network devices regard "inside local address" as the source address and "outside local address" as the destination address.Inside global address is a public address provided by ISP.Explanation:NAT addresses can be divided into two categories: inside network and outside network which are defined based on the NAT functions.In the same way. the NIC connected to the inside network is called "inside" . Outside local address is the address used by the outside network device as it appears to the inside network device. It is not necessarily a public network address. the inside addresses are used by the inside network devices. These four addresses are: Inside local address is the IP address used by the inside network devices. QUESTION 7 .

To accomplish this.Answer: QUESTION 8 A host with the address of 192.34/27 needs to be denied access to all hosts outside its own subnet.125. by dragging the appropriate options on the left to their correct placeholders on the right. complete the command in brackets. .168. [access-list 100 deny protocol address mask any].

0.34 0.0 .125.0.Answer: Full command: access-list 100 deny ip 192.168.

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The networking team received 192. Not all of the host address choices will be used.0 to use as the addressing for entire network from the administrator. drag the host addresses on the left to the correct router interface.Being mindful of these goals.The administrator plans to configure "ip subnet-zero" and use RIP v2 as the routing protocol.151.168. Answer: .TestKing has three locations and has plans to redesign the network accordingly. the team is ready to assign the address. As a member of the networking team. you must address the network and at the same time converse unused addresses for future growth. Move the mouse over a router to view its configuration (** This information is missing**). One of the routers is partially configured. After subnetting the address.

The Admi istrator gave the networking team 192.168.0 to use for addressing the entire netwok. As a member of the networking team. With those goals in mind.Not all of the host addresses on the left are necessary. you must address the network and at the same time conserver unused addresses for future growth. the team is ready to assign the addresses. Once of the routers is partially configured.164. drag the host addresses on the left to the correct router interface.The administrator plans to configure ip subnet-zero and use RIP v2 as the routing protocol. Move your mouse over a router to view its configuration. After subnetting the address. .QUESTION 13 A dental firm is redesigning the network that connects its three locations.

164. . we should start calculating from the biggest network (with 16 hosts) to the smallest one using the formula 2n .2 (need to borrow 2 bits ->/30).168.166/28 and 192.2 (borrow 4 bits -> /28) 5 hosts < 23 .178/29) The smallest network is the Floss S0/0 which only requires 2 hosts = 22 .168.164.2 (borrow 3 bits -> /29) From the available ip addresses.168.Answer: Explanation: In short.168.168.192.188/30 is the network address so we can not use it (because 188 = 4 * 47) -> we have to choose 192.2 (we need to borrow 5 bits -> /27) 11 hosts < 24 .168.164.189/30 and 192.189 as the correct solution.164.Therefore: 16 hosts < 25 .164. There are 2 suitable answers: 192.168.149/27.164. we see that each of them has only one suitable solution (they are 192.164.2 (n is the number of bits we need to borrow).188/30 but notice that 192.

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Consider the packets as they leave RouterA interface Fa0/0 towards RouterB.QUESTION 32 Refer to the exhibit. Answer: . Drag the correct frame and packet address to their place in the table. PC_1 is sending packets to the FTP server.

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QUESTION 40 Refer to the exhibit. PCA is sending packets to the FTP server. Consider the packets as they leave out interface Fa0/0 forwards RouterB.Drag the correct frame and packet address to their place in the table.

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Drag the appropriate connections to the locations labeled Connections. This router does not require configuration. Use information gathered from the Main router to complete the configuration of any additional routers. (Hint : Use the given host addresses and the Main router information given) To remove a device or connection . Drag the appropriate device icons to the locations labeled Device. The config terminal command has been disabled for the HQ router. Drag the appropriate IP addresses to the locations labeled IP address. drag it away from the topology. No passwords are required to access the Main router. Complete the topology.Answer: QUESTION 42 This topology contains 3 routers and 1 switch. Configrue each additional router with the following you should input: .

152.255.152.168.255.240 ActualTests.190 255.255.255.240 ! interface Serial0/0 ip address 192.255.190 255. you can see the following information after you input the above command: Show run 1: interface FastEthernet0/0 ip address 192.168.com ! interface Serial0/0 ip address 192.168.240 clockrate 64000 ! ! ip classless ip http server ! ! ! line con 0 line aux 0 .255.255.240 clockrate 64000 Show run 2: interface FastEthernet0/0 ip address 192.255.174 255.174 255.152.Main>enable Main#show run in "terminal" on the right side to check the address information configured on main-router.168.152.

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QUESTION 43 As a CCNA candidate. you need to use a telnet session often. . W hat are two characteristics of Telnet? Please choose two appropriate statements and drag the items to the proper locations.

Answer: QUESTION 44 As a CCNA candidate. Answer: . you need to know EIGRP very well. W hich tables of EIGRP route information are held in RAM and maintained through the use of hello and update packets? Please choose two appropriate tables and drag the items to the proper locations.

Drag the above items to the proper locations.QUESTION 45 The above describes some categories. Answer: . while the below provides their corresponding router output lines.

168.The Missouri branch office router is connected through its s0 interface to the Alabama Headquarters router s1 interfaceThe Alabama router has two LANs.34/28 The accounting server has the address of 192.66/28.QUESTION 46 Answer added from Engine.168.35.168.35. Missouri user obtain internet access through the Headquarters router.168.65/28 s1-192.35.168.) Answer: . Alabama: e0-192. The network interfaces in the topology are addressed as follows: Missouri: e0-192.49/28 e1-192.(Not all options on the left are used.35.35.33/28.Match the access list conditions on the left with the goals on the right.

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W hen the packets reach the "inside" interface of the NAT equipment. The device that has NAT functions connects the inside and the outside network like a bridge. These four addresses are:Inside local address is the IP address used by the inside network devices. It is not necessarily a public network address. the addresses will be translated into "inside global address" and "outside global address" . while the below describes some routing protocols. IP packets sent from the outside network devices regard "outside global address" as the source address and "inside global address" as the destination address. Drag the above items to the proper locations. while global address refers to the address that can be seen and used by the outside network devices. In the same way. the addresses will be translated into "outside local address" and "inside local address".Inside global address is a public address provided by ISP. . Addresses can also be divided into local and global addresses. QUESTION 48 The above describes some features. which is often a private address. It is often used when the inside network devices communicate with the outside network devices.Explanation:NAT addresses can be divided into two categories: inside network and outside network which are defined based on the NAT functions.Outside local address is the address used by the outside network device as it appears to the inside network device. the inside addresses are used by the inside network devices. W hen the packets reach the "outside" interface of the NAT equipment. Local address refers to the address that can be seen and used by the inside network devices. the packets will be out from the "outside" interface . while the outside addresses are used by the outside network devices. that is to say. the packets will be out from the "inside" interface. the NIC connected to the outside network is called "outside". the NIC connected to the inside network is called "inside" . Outside global address is the real address used by the outside network devices. IP packets sent from the inside network devices regard "inside local address" as the source address and "outside local address" as the destination address.

. while the right describes some types of cables. Drag the items on the left to the proper locations.Answer: QUESTION 49 The left describes some types of connections.

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