Any Suggestions

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Az, Oct 23, 2004.

  1. Az

    Az Guest

    What should be configured on routers to support the need for a default
    gateway on LAN networks when there are two gateway routers providing
    connectivity to the rest of the network?
    A. DHCP
    B. RIP
    C. OSPF
    D. HSRP
    E. Bootp( I think this one is correct)

    What is the Cisco recommended best practice PaGP setting for ports
    Etherchannel trunks?
    A. on - on
    B. auto - auto
    C. desirable - on (I think this one is correct)
    D. desirable - auto
    E. desirable - desirable

    For the network "200.10.10.0" there is a need for 3 loopbacks, 2 point to
    point links, one Ethernet with 50 stations and one Ethernet with 96
    stations. What option below would be the most efficient (for saving IP
    addresses)?
    A. 200.10.10.1/32, 200.10.10.2/32, 200.10.10.3/32
    200.10.10.4/30, 200.10.10.8/30
    200.10.10.64/26, 200.10.10.128/25
    B. 200.10.10.0/32, 200.10.10.1/32, 200.10.10.2/32
    200.10.10.4/31, 200.10.10.8/31
    200.10.10.64/26, 200.10.10.128/25
    C. 200.10.10.1/32, 200.10.10.2/32, 200.10.10.3/32
    200.10.10.4/31, 200.10.10.8/31
    200.10.10.64/27, 200.10.10.128/27
    D. 200.10.10.1/31, 200.10.10.2/31, 200.10.10.3/31
    200.10.10.4/30, 200.10.10.8/30
    200.10.10.64/27, 200.10.10.128/26
    E. There is not enough address available on that network for these subnets.

    Any Suggestions?
     
    Az, Oct 23, 2004
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  2. Az

    PES Guest

    "Az" <> wrote in message
    news:u0Bed.38431$...
    > What should be configured on routers to support the need for a default
    > gateway on LAN networks when there are two gateway routers providing
    > connectivity to the rest of the network?
    > A. DHCP
    > B. RIP
    > C. OSPF
    > D. HSRP
    > E. Bootp( I think this one is correct)


    I would go with "d. hsrp". A and E are not typically configured on the
    router. E is only used recently for specific purposes. B, C or other
    routing technology should be in place, one wouldn't typically use these to
    give a default gateway to a client (however, you could). HSRP however,
    would permit you to use an ip address that is shared between two routers as
    the default gateway on the hosts. This makes the first hop redundant and
    seems more what the question is geared at.
     
    PES, Oct 24, 2004
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  3. Az

    Ben Guest

    On the ip addressing...

    You will have to divide up the Class C like this if you want the larger
    networks to be in the same subnet:

    1 x 128 host subnet (/25)
    1 x 64 (/26)
    2 x 4 (/30)
    3 x 1 (/32)

    That still leaves you with a /27, a /28, a /30 and a /32


    "Az" <> wrote in message
    news:u0Bed.38431$...
    > What should be configured on routers to support the need for a default
    > gateway on LAN networks when there are two gateway routers providing
    > connectivity to the rest of the network?
    > A. DHCP
    > B. RIP
    > C. OSPF
    > D. HSRP
    > E. Bootp( I think this one is correct)
    >
    > What is the Cisco recommended best practice PaGP setting for ports
    > Etherchannel trunks?
    > A. on - on
    > B. auto - auto
    > C. desirable - on (I think this one is correct)
    > D. desirable - auto
    > E. desirable - desirable
    >
    > For the network "200.10.10.0" there is a need for 3 loopbacks, 2 point to
    > point links, one Ethernet with 50 stations and one Ethernet with 96
    > stations. What option below would be the most efficient (for saving IP
    > addresses)?
    > A. 200.10.10.1/32, 200.10.10.2/32, 200.10.10.3/32
    > 200.10.10.4/30, 200.10.10.8/30
    > 200.10.10.64/26, 200.10.10.128/25
    > B. 200.10.10.0/32, 200.10.10.1/32, 200.10.10.2/32
    > 200.10.10.4/31, 200.10.10.8/31
    > 200.10.10.64/26, 200.10.10.128/25
    > C. 200.10.10.1/32, 200.10.10.2/32, 200.10.10.3/32
    > 200.10.10.4/31, 200.10.10.8/31
    > 200.10.10.64/27, 200.10.10.128/27
    > D. 200.10.10.1/31, 200.10.10.2/31, 200.10.10.3/31
    > 200.10.10.4/30, 200.10.10.8/30
    > 200.10.10.64/27, 200.10.10.128/26
    > E. There is not enough address available on that network for these

    subnets.
    >
    > Any Suggestions?
    >
    >
     
    Ben, Oct 24, 2004
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