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Latest CCNA Interview question Part 10

101- On which base distance vector choose best path?

HOPE count

102-What is the name of distance vector algorithm?

Belmanford

103- Why we use filter option?

When we specifically block, one router update for other routers

104- What is load balancing?

When data divide in different paths

105- How many maximum paths you can give on Latest IOS in RIP?

0 to 15

106- Define Class full Protocol?

Which protocols advertise their networks without subnet mask.

107- How many hope count Rip or Rip2 can send updates?

15 hope count

108- What is Trigger RiP and from which IOS version it starts?

As link down it removes from its routing table  – Version = 12.4

109- Which protocols do periodically updates?

Distance vector

110- What is the difference between simple authentication and MD5?

MD5 encrypted form and simple authentication  in clear text form

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Interview Question of CCNA Part 6

51- What is the subnetmask of / 27 in network based and host based ?

In network based 224 { 128+64+32}and in host based 248 (128+64+64+16+8)

52- What will be the prefix length of 224 in VLSM ?
27 (carry 3 bits from host (128+64+16=224) and add in network ports (24+3=27) )

53-How many valid IP will b in /21 in route Summarization?

1044

54- In which protocol you manually enable route summarization ?
OSPF

55 – In which protocol supenetting is enable by default?

RIPv2 and EIGRP

56- What is MAC address size of IPv6?

64 bits

57 – Default Packet Size of IPv6?
8 Bytes = 16*8 =128 bit

58- How many fillers we can put in one IP of IPv6?
ONE (:: called filler)

59- Which mathematically form used inIPv6?
Hexadecimal

60- What is quality of IPv6?

a)    Router processing will rapid because field size wills 8 bytes (but in IPv4 it was 12 byres)

b) No Fragmentation

c) No Checksum

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Interview Question of CCNA Part 5

41- When we use loop back IP?

For Self  hardware test

42- When IP confliction accord in subnet which IP assigned automatically and what it called?
169.254.x.x APIPA (Automatic Private Internet Protocol address)

43- What is the minimum and maximum request timer?

Minimum = 180 sec
Maximum = 300 Sec

44- Which company mange IP’s?
IANA (Internet Assigned Number of Authority)

45- Which classes are assignable?
A, B and C

46- How many potions of IP?
Two portions of IP. Network and host

47-Do we subletting of IP?
NO, we do subletting of NID

48- What is subnetting ?
Subnetting is tool reduce the wastage of IP

49- What is CIDR ?
Class Less Inter domain Routing Protocol – another name of Supernetting.

50- What is difference between FLSM and VLSM?
In FLSM subnet mask of all subnets will b same. But in
FLSM it varies.

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