Cisco CCNA Mini-Test
by Subject

Created by Jay Banks

Cisco IOS Configuration Register Values
 

1. Where would the router boot from if its configuration value was set to 0x2101?
Boot ROM
NVRAM
ROM
Flash
None of the above

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2. What router configuration value will make the router load the IOS image from Flash and load the startup configuration file found in its NVRAM?
0x2102
0x2103
0x1102
0x1103

Answer:

3. You have just started a new job at N-COM Wireless and you need in critical routers that were left password protected by the former IT manager. You want to start the router in ROM monitor mode to accomplish password recover. How will you do this?
Change the router configuration register to 0x210f
Change the router configuration register to 0x2106
Change the router configuration register to 0x2110
Change the router configuration register to 0x2142

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4. On a Cisco router, which configuration register value will force it to boot from an image stored in ROM?
0x2100
0x2124
0x2101
0x2902

Answer:

5. What configuration register value will make a Cisco router boot into ROM Monitor Mode (ROMmon) with a console speed of 19200?
0x3122
0x2922
0x2122
0x2120

Answer:

6. If  a Cisco router has no valid IOS software or bootflash image to boot from, it will boot up into what mode?
Setup mode
ROMmon mode (ROM Monitor mode)
Configuration mode
User mode
None of the above

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7. To set a Cisco configuration register value of 0x2102 from ROM Monitor mode (ROMmon) you would use what command?
rommon 1 >confreg 0x2102
rommon 1 >conf-reg 0x2102
rommon 1 >config-register 0x2102
rommon 1 >configure-reg 0x2102

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8. To change a Cisco configuration register value from a router's privileged mode command prompt, what command would be issued?
router(config)#conf reg-value [value]
router(config)#configure-register-value [value]
router(config)#set-reg [value]
router(config)#config-register [value]

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9. To view a router's current configuration value, what command would you issue?
sh configure-register-value
config-register ?
show version
show reg-value

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10. The default register configuration value for a Cisco router is?
 0x0
 0x2101
 0x2102
 1x0000

Answer:

11. Even if the break is configured to be off by a setting of the configuration register value, the ability to use break (system interrupt) is always enabled for 60 seconds after rebooting the system.
True
False

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