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What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
What Is The Address That Is Changed When A Frame Is Received At A Router Interface
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  • 1. CCNA 1 v3.1 Module 10 Review
  • 2. What is the address that is changed when a frame is received at a router interface?
    • MAC address
  • 3. What OSI layer offers reliable, connection-oriented data communication services?
    • transport
  • 4. What IP packet field will prevent endless loops?
    • time-to-live
  • 5. Which processes occur each time a packet is switched from one router interface to another?
    • encapsulation
    • de-encapsulation
  • 6. Which of the following are routed protocols? (Choose three.)
    • IP
    • BGP
    • XNS
    • RIP
    • OSPF
    • DECnet
    • IP
    • BGP
    • XNS
    • RIP
    • OSPF
    • DECnet
  • 7. How would you describe path determination at the network layer?
    • router compares available routing table information to select the best path
  • 8. What do routers use to exchange topological information?
    • routing protocols
  • 9. What are 3 metrics used with routing protocols?
    • delay
    • cost
    • reliability
  • 10. What are 2 link-state routing protocols?
    • OSPF
    • IS-IS
  • 11. What are 3 benefits of subnetting?
    • smaller broadcast domains
    • low-level security provided
    • increased address flexibility
  • 12. Given a host with the IP address 176.42.75.23 and a default subnet mask, to which network does the host belong?
    • 176.42.0.0
  • 13. A small company has a class C network license and needs to create eight usable subnets, each subnet capable of accommodating at least 14 hosts. What is the appropriate subnet mask?
    • 255.255.255.240
  • 14. How many bits are available for Class B host IP addresses using the default subnet mask?
    • 16
  • 15. What is true concerning the host bits of the network address and the broadcast address?
    • Host bits of the network address are all equal to 0.
    • Host bits of the broadcast address are all equal to 1.
  • 16. How many usable subnets are created by applying the subnet mask 255.255.255.0 to a Class B network?
    • 254
  • 17. What do you call the process that routers use to determine the subnet network address based upon a given IP address and subnet mask?
    • binary ANDing
  • 18.
    • Switches forward broadcast storms.
    • Switches block broadcasts.
    • Switches handle broadcasts in similar fashion to routers.
    • Routers can be segmented to increase bandwidth.
    • Routers block broadcasts.
    • Routers and switches provide security and bandwidth control to overcome broadcast storms.
    Which statements describe the effects broadcast storms have on networking equipment? (Choose two.)
    • Switches forward broadcast storms.
    • Switches block broadcasts.
    • Switches handle broadcasts in similar fashion to routers.
    • Routers can be segmented to increase bandwidth.
    • Routers block broadcasts.
    • Routers and switches provide security and bandwidth control to overcome broadcast storms.
  • 19. What information is listed in routing tables? (Choose three.)
    • Protocol types
    • Encapsulations
    • Metrics
    • MAC addresses
    • Inbound interfaces
    • Outbound interfaces
    • Protocol types
    • Encapsulations
    • Metrics
    • MAC addresses
    • Inbound interfaces
    • Outbound interfaces
  • 20. What is the routing metric for RIPv1?
    • hop
  • 21. Which statements describe Layer 2 and Layer 3 packet address changes as the packet traverses from router to router? (Choose two.)
    • Layer 3 header is removed and replaced at every Layer 3 device.
    • Layer 2 and Layer 3 addresses do not change when the packet traverse.
    • Layer 3 source and destination addresses do not change when the packet traverse.
    • Layer 2 frame header and trailer are removed and replaced at every Layer 3 device.
    • Layer 2 source and destination addresses do not change when the packet travels.
    • Layer 3 header is removed and replaced at every Layer 3 device.
    • Layer 2 and Layer 3 addresses do not change when the packet traverse.
    • Layer 3 source and destination addresses do not change when the packet traverse.
    • Layer 2 frame header and trailer are removed and replaced at every Layer 3 device.
    • Layer 2 source and destination addresses do not change when the packet travels.
  • 22. What are two differences between routers and switches?
    • Routers make forwarding decisions using IP addresses, but switches use MAC addresses.
    • Switches forward broadcasts and routers do not.
  • 23. What are two functions of a routing protocol?
    • provides processes for sharing route information
    • allows a router to communicate with other routers
  • 24. How many usable class C subnetworks are created with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.240?
    • 14
  • 25. Company XYZ uses a network address of 192.168.4.0. It uses the mask of 255.255.255.192 to create subnets. What is the maximum number of usable hosts in each subnet?
    • 62
  • 26. Which are the network and broadcast addresses when given an IP host address of 198.101.6.55/27?
    • Network = 198.101.6.32
    • Broadcast = 198.101.6.63
  • 27.  

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