Correct command to privledged
CDP works at Layer 3
Router componenets are RAM, ROM, FLASH, and NVRAM, what do they do? (Know All four)
RAM/DRAM -- stores routing tables, ARP cache,
fast-switching cache, packet buffering (shared RAM), and packet hold queues;
RAM also provides temporary and/or running memory for a router's configuration
file while the router is powered; RAM content is lost during a power down
What is the prompt for
Which external configuration source is used with a modem?
What does CDP (Cisco Discovery Protocol do)?
Which show command does what....?
show version -- displays the configuration of
the system hardware, the software version, the names and sources of configuration
files, and the boot image
What would you see on a router printout when it
says a serial line is operational.
Which mode on the router enables you to recover passwords?
When is the configuration component loaded into RAM?
Which port is used to initially configure a router?
Which Cisco Show command shows the amount of NVRAM?
How many telnet sessions can a router have simultaneously?
What is the first thing a router does when the
power is turned on?
Which Cisco command displays routing table entries?
show IP route
|Stores routing tables and ARP cache.
|Stores backup config
|Stores Bootstrap program
|Stores Running ConfigStores entire IOS image
|Stores entire IOS Image
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|Displays active configuration
Show Running Config
|Shows amount of flash memory
|Displays configuration register setting
|Displays "Serial0 is up, line protocol is up
|CDP operates on this OSI layer
|Command used to show all directly connected Cisco equipment
show cdp neighbors
|Command used to turn CDP on
|Use this command to display cdp information about a particular attached
show cdp entry device name
|Displays values of CDP timers
show cdp interface
|Used to test all seven OSI layers
|Used as an echo protocol
|Test the test along the way from source to destination
|Command used to display routing table
show ip router
|Erases interface statistics