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Chapter 6

True/False Indicate whether the statement is true or false. ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ 1. Most types of computer equipment perform some type of POST immediately after being turned on. 2. There is no copy command that copies between flash and a running or startup configuration file. 3. Ping and Trace are available only from the user EXEC mode. 4. In a Cisco router, if the interfaces are down, packets can still be received or delivered. 5. Using CDP can help you quickly determine the network topology.

Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ____ 6. ____ in a router typically contains the power-on self-test (POST). a. ROM c. NVRAM b. RAM d. Flash memory 7. A(n) ____ server is a computer, such as a PC, UNIX workstation, or laptop that is running TFTP server services. a. Web c. SSH b. TCP d. TFTP 8. Sometimes the ____ file is referred to as the backup configuration because it is the saved version of the configuration file. a. rom-config c. tftp-config b. startup-config d. router-config 9. If you want to view the contents of the startup-config, you can type ____ at the enable prompt. a. show config c. show startup-config b. run startup-config d. show rom-config




____ 10. If you want to see your working or running configuration, type ____ at the enable prompt. a. run running-config c. show rom-config b. show rom-config d. show running-config ____ 11. The command ____ copies the configuration from the TFTP server to the startup configuration. a. copy run start c. copy tftp startup-config b. copy tftp running-config d. copy start run ____ 12. The command ____ indicates that you want to overwrite the existing NVRAM with the configuration information stored on the TFTP server. a. configure memory c. copy tftp startup-config b. configure overwrite-network d. configure terminal ____ 13. To manually configure IP on an interface, you must first change to interface configuration mode. Then, you can use the ____ command to configure an IP address for the specific interface.

a. ip address b. int address

c. ip interface d. interface address

____ 14. You can add the word ____ to an ip address command and configure the address as a second IP address for the interface. a. alternative c. secondary b. auxiliary d. background ____ 15. In the event you are configuring a serial interface as a DCE (data communication equipment), you will need to add the ____ [bandwidth in bits per second] command. a. clockrate c. bbps b. baud d. baudrate ____ 16. If you accidentally initiate a connection with another router from your locally attached router, you can stop the process by pressing ____. a. Ctrl+Shift+3 c. Ctrl+Shift+7 b. Ctrl+Shift+6 d. Ctrl+Shift+9 ____ 17. Trace use ____ messages to verify that the destination host is reachable, and if not, give possible reasons for the problem. a. TFTP c. IP b. HTTP d. ICMP ____ 18. You can check the configuration of a specific interface from the enable mode prompt with the ____ command. a. show interfaces c. interfaces ip b. show ip d. show interfaces-config ____ 19. If you want to perform general IP packet debugging, type the following: a. debug ip interface c. debug interface traffic b. debug ip traffic d. debug ip packet ____ 20. All Cisco devices, including routers, switches, and wireless access points, can use ____ to discover each other and learn about the configurations of other devices. a. TFTP c. ICMP b. CDP d. Trace ____ 21. If you want to disable CDP information from being sent on a given interface, change to the interface configuration mode prompt, and then issue the ____ command. a. cdp enable off c. no cdp enable b. cdp off d. off cdp enable ____ 22. You can use the ____ command in enable mode to retrieve the statistics that CDP will report on the local routers interfaces. a. show cdp running c. show cdp config b. show cdp startup d. show cdp interface ____ 23. You can examine the configuration register by typing ____ at either the enable mode or user mode prompt. a. show configuration c. show version show reg b. d. show register ____ 24. ____ mode is actually the bootstrap program that is built into the firmware of the router. a. NVRAM c. Flash memory b. ROM Monitor d. DRAM

____ 25. ROM in the router contains a limited version of the IOS. When accessing this limited IOS version, you are in ____ mode. a. RxBoot c. Limited EXEC b. ROM Monitor d. User EXEC ____ 26. The boot system flash ____ command will force the router to boot into ROM. a. boot system flash c. bootflash b. boot system tftp d. boottftp Completion Complete each statement. 27. During a POST, the bootstrap program, also called the ____________________, checks basic operations of the attached hardware, including CPU, memory, and interfaces. 28. The ROM Monitor checks the _________________________ for instructions regarding how to load the Cisco IOS. 29. If you want to add an entry to your hosts file for name resolution, you must go to ____________________ configuration mode. 30. Using the ping command alone is referred to as ____________________. 31. Trace sends multiple ICMP packets with progressively higher ______________________________ until the packet reaches the destination. Matching Match each item with a statement below: a. POST b. startup-config c. TFTP d. copy run start e. copy flash tftp

f. g. h. i.

Telnet Ping debug command CDP

____ 32. the router configuration file that loads during the boot process ____ 33. copies the IOS in flash memory to a TFTP server ____ 34. verifies connectivity at the Internetwork layer of the TCP/IP model ____ 35. a simple connectionless protocol that is less complex than FTP ____ 36. one of the most powerful tools you can use to obtain information from your router ____ 37. diagnostic test that determines if the hardware is operating correctly ____ 38. Cisco proprietary Data Link layer protocol that shares configuration information between Cisco devices that are connected directly to each other ____ 39. copies the working configuration file in RAM to the startup configuration file in NVRAM

____ 40. utility that connects at the highest layer of the OSI model and provides remote access to other devices Short Answer 41. What are the general steps for booting a Cisco router? 42. What are the basic steps to implement changes in a router? 43. What are the replies returned by Ping in a Cisco router? 44. What are the replies return by a trace? 45. Briefly describe IP route on a Cisco router. 46. How can you clear the statistics for a router interface? 47. What are the options of the show cdp neighbors command? 48. Briefly describe the Cisco configuration register. 49. Briefly describe the ROM Monitor mode. 50. Describe the Security Device Manager (SDM).