Cisco CCNA Mini-Test
by Subject

Created by Jay Banks

IEEE 802 Standards

1. The IEEE standard that defines Ethernet is?
802.12
802.2
802.2q
802.3

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2. What IEEE standard defines the use of the demand priority media-access scheme at 100Mbps, over a variety of physical media?
802.12
802.5
802.1
802.3

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3. The IEEE standard that defines the Logical Link Control (LLC) is?
802.8
802.6
802.2
802.3

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4. The IEEE standard that defines Token Rings is?
802.7
802.3
802.2
802.5

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5. The IEEE standard that defines VLAN information exchange between dissimilar manufacturer's equipment?
802.1q
802.4
802.2
802.5

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6. The IEEE standard that defines the Spanning Tree Protocol is?
802.1
802.1d
802.11
802.12

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7. The IEEE standard 802.6 defines?
The FDDI (Fiber Distribued Data Interface) standard
Information exchange between systems local and metropolitan area networks (MAN).
Mixed topologies, including the star-bus and star-ring topologies
None of the above

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CISCO Default Administrative Distances

1. The default administrative distance for IGRP is?
95
110
10
100

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2. The default administrative distance for a connected interface is?
10
5
0
120

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3. The default administrative distance for Routing Information Protocol (RIP) learned route is?
120
160
140
115

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4. The default administrative distance for Internal EIGRP is?
0
25
30
90

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5. The default administrative distance for an Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP) summary route is?
140
5
25
10

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6. The default administrative distance for a static route is?
1
2
5
10

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7. The default administrative distance for OSPF is?
50
55
105
110

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8. The default administrative distance for External Border Gateway Protocol (eBGP) is?
140
125
20
30

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9. The default administrative distance for Intermediate System-to-Intermediate System (IS-IS) is?
45
115
15
35

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10. The default administrative distance for Internal BGP (iBGP) is?
200
100
300
150

Answer:

11. The default administrative distance for External EIGRP  is?
180
170
260
None of the above

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12. The default administrative distance for an unknown protocol is?
Due to the Cisco CDP (Cisco Discover Protocol) there are no unknowns.
255
210
None of the above

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13. The default administrative distance for On Demand Routing (ODR)  is?
170
180
190
160

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14. The default administrative distance for Exterior Gateway Protocol (EGP)  is?
140
40
240
210

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15. The administrative distance of 110 is assigned to _______________.
Intra-area routes (routes within an area)
Inter-area routes (routes to another area)
External routes (routes from another routing domain learned via redistribution)
All of the above

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16. The administrative distance value, an integer ranging from 0 to 255,  is a value assigned to a route to rate its trustworthiness. In general, the higher the value, the higher the trust rating.
True
False

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