Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) 200-301 Exam Questions and Answers

Question 11: Refer to the exhibit. How does SW2 interact with other switches in this VTP domain?

SW2
vtp domain cisco
vtp mode transparent
vtp password ciscotest
interface fastethernet0/1
description connection to sw1
switchport mode trunk
switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q

A. It transmits and processes VTP updates from any VTP clients on the network on its trunk ports.
B. It processes VTP updates from any VTP clients on the network on its access ports.
C. It receives updates from all VTP servers and forwards all locally configured VLANs out all trunk ports.
D. It forwards only the VTP advertisements that it receives on its trunk ports.

Question 12: A Cisco IP phone receives untagged data traffic from an attached PC. Which action is taken by the phone?

A. It drops the traffic.
B. It allows the traffic to pass through unchanged.
C. It tags the traffic with the native VLAN.
D. It tags the traffic with the default VLAN.

Question 13: Refer to the exhibit. Which two commands were used to create port channel 10? (Choose two.)

A. int range g0/0-1
channel-group 10 mode active
B. int range g0/0-1
channel-group 10 mode desirable
C. int range g0/0-1
channel-group 10 mode passive
D. int range g0/0-1
channel-group 10 mode auto
E. int range g0/0-1
channel-group 10 mode on

Question 14: Refer to the exhibit. What two conclusions should be made about this configuration? (Choose two.)

A. The root port is FastEthernet 2/1
B. The designated port is FastEthernet 2/1
C. The spanning-tree mode is PVST+
D. This is a root bridge
E. The spanning-tree mode is Rapid PVST+

Question 15: When OSPF learns multiple paths to a network, how does it select a route?

A. For each existing interface, it adds the metric from the source router to the destination to calculate the route with the lowest bandwidth.
B. It counts the number of hops between the source router and the destination to determine the route with the lowest metric.
C. It divides a reference bandwidth of 100 Mbps by the actual bandwidth of the exiting interface to calculate the route with the lowest cost.
D. It multiplies the active K values by 256 to calculate the route with the lowest metric.

Question 16: When a floating static route is configured, which action ensures that the backup route is used when the primary route fails?

A. The administrative distance must be higher on the primary route so that the backup route becomes secondary.
B. The default-information originate command must be configured for the route to be installed into the routing table.
C. The floating static route must have a lower administrative distance than the primary route so it is used as a backup.
D. The floating static route must have a higher administrative distance than the primary route so it is used as a backup

Question 17: Refer to the exhibit. The show ip ospf interface command has been executed on R1. How is OSPF configured?

A. A point-to-point network type is configured.
B. The interface is not participating in OSPF.
C. The default Hello and Dead timers are in use.
D. There are six OSPF neighbors on this interface.

Question 18: A user configured OSPF and advertised the Gigabit Ethernet interface in OSPF. By default, which type of OSPF network does this interface belong to?

A. point-to-multipoint
B. point-to-point
C. broadcast
D. nonbroadcast

Question 19: Refer to the exhibit. An engineer is bringing up a new circuit to the MPLS provider on the Gi0/1 interface of Router 1. The new circuit uses eBGP and learns the route to VLAN25 from the BGP path.

What is the expected behavior for the traffic flow for route 10.10.13.0/25?
A. Traffic to 10.10.13.0/25 is load balanced out of multiple interfaces.
B. Traffic to 10.10.13.0/25 is asymmetrical.
C. Route 10.10.13.0/25 is updated in the routing table as being learned from interface Gi0/1.
D. Route 10.10.13.0/25 learned via the Gi0/0 interface remains in the routing table.

Question 20: By default, how does EIGRP determine the metric of a route for the routing table?

A. It uses the bandwidth and delay values of the path to calculate the route metric.
B. It uses a default metric of 10 for all routes that are learned by the router.
C. It counts the number of hops between the receiving and destination routers and uses that value as the metric.
D. It uses a reference bandwidth and the actual bandwidth of the connected link to calculate the route metric.

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