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Cisco 640-801 Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)Q&A with explanations

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Important Note, Please Read CarefullyOther TestKing products A) Offline Testing engine Use the offline Testing engine product topractice the questions in an exam environment. B) Study Guide (not available for all exams) Build a foundation of knowledge which will be useful also after passing the exam. Latest Version We are constantly reviewing our products. New material is added and old material is revised. Free updates are available for 90 days after the purchase. You should check your member zone at TestKing and update 3-4 days before the scheduled exam date. Here is the procedure to get the latest version: 1.Go towww.testking.com 2.Click on Member zone/Log in 3.The latest versions of all purchased products are downloadable from here. Just click the links. For mostupdates,itisenough just to print the new questions at the end of the new version, not the whole document. Feedback If you spot a possible improvement then please let us know. We always interested in improving product quality. Feedback should be send to feedback@testking.com. You should include the following: Exam number, version, page number, question number, and your login ID. Our experts will answer your mail promptly. Copyright Each iPAD file contains a unique serial number associated with your particular name and contact information for security purposes. So if we find out that a particular iPAD file is being distributed by you, TestKing reserves the right to take legal action against you according to the International Copyright Laws.

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Topic 1: PLANNING & DESIGN (150 questions) 4 Section 1: Design a simple LAN using Cisco Technology (20 questions) 4 Section 2: Design an IP addressing scheme to meet design requirements (61 questions) 21 21 Section 3: Select an appropriate routing protocol based on user requirements (18 questions) 69 Section 4: Design a simple internetwork using Cisco technology (18 questions) 84 Section 5: Develop an access list to meet user specifications (19 questions) 99 Section 6: Choose WAN services to meet customer requirements (14 questions) 121 Topic 2: IMPLEMENTATION & OPERATION (274 questions) 132 Section 1: Configure routing protocols given user requirements (37 questions) 132 Section 2: Configure IP addresses, subnet masks, and gateway addresses on routers and hosts (37 questions) 161 Section 3: Configure a router for additional administrative functionality (15 questions) 203 203 Section 4: Configure a switch with VLANS and inter-switch communication (40 questions) 222 Section 5: Implement a LAN (19 questions) 259 Section 6: Customize a switch configuration to meet specified network requirements (5 questions) 277 Section 7: Manage system image and device configuration files (35 questions) 282 Section 8: Perform an initial configuration on a router (30 questions) 312 Section 9: Perform an initial configuration on a switch (6 Questions) 347 Section 10: Implement access lists (28 questions) 352 Section 11: Implement simple WAN protocols (22 questions) 381 Topic 3: TROUBLESHOOTING (189 questions) 401 Section 1: Utilize the OSI model as a guide for systematic network troubleshooting (10 questions) 401 Section 2: Perform LAN and VLAN troubleshooting (39 questions) 410 Section 3: Troubleshoot routing protocols (45 questions) 453 Section 4: Troubleshoot IP addressing and host configuration (21 questions) 507 Section 5: Troubleshoot a device as part of a working network (35 questions) 534 Section 6: Troubleshoot an access list (9 questions) 570 Section 7: Perform simple WAN troubleshooting (29 questions) 579 Topic 4: TECHNOLOGY (287 questions) 610 Section 1: Describe network communications using layered models (27 questions) 610 Section 2: Describe the spanning tree process (35 questions) 637 Section 3: Compare and contrast key characteristics of LAN environments (38 questions) 675 675 Section 4: Evaluate the characteristics of routing protocols (71 questions) 710 Section 5: Evaluate the TCP/IP communication process and its associated protocols (37 questions) 772 Leading the way in IT testing and certification tools, www.testking.com -3-

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Section 6: Describe the components of network devices (35 questions) Section 7: Evaluate rules for packet control (15 questions) Section 8: Evaluate key characteristics of WANs (29 questions) Topic 5, TestKing.com, Scenario Topic 5, TestKing.com (5 Questions) Topic 6, TestKing, Scenario Topic 6, TestKing (5 Questions)

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Total number of questions: 909

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Topic 1: PLANNING & DESIGN (150 questions)Section 1: Design a simple LAN using Cisco Technology (20 questions)QUESTION NO: 1 Which of the following devices can an administrator use to segment their LAN? (Choose all that apply) A. Hubs B. Repeaters C. Switches D. Bridges E. Routers F. Media Converters G. All of the above

Answer: C, D, E Explanation: Switches and bridges forward broadcast but router do not forward broadcast. Switches, bridges and routers can segment an Ethernet collision domain. Incorrect Answers: A. Hubs is incorrect because a hub doesn't segment a network, it only allows more hosts on one. Hubs operate at layer one, and is used primarily to physically add more stations to the LAN. B. This also incorrect because the job of a repeater is to repeat a signal so it can exceed distance limitations. It also operates at layer one and provides no means for logical LAN segmentation. F. This is incorrect because media converters work by converting data from a different media type to work with the media of a LAN. It also operates at layer one and provides no means for logical LAN segmentation.

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Routers perform which of the following functions? (Select three) A. Packet switching B. Collision prevention on a LAN segment. C. Packet filtering D. Broadcast domain enlargement E. Broadcast forwarding F. Internetwork communication

Answer: A, C, F Explanation: A. Routers work in Layer 3 of the OSI Model. A major function of the router is to route packets between networks. C. Through the use of access lists, routers can permit and deny traffic using layer 3 and layer 4 packet information. F. The primary purpose of a router is to route traffic between different networks, allowing for internetworking. Incorrect Answers: B. While routers can be used to segment LANs, which will reduce the amount of devices on a LAN segment, the possibility of a collision exists, whether a router is used or not. D. The broadcast domain of a LAN is often segmented through the use of a router. This results in reducing the size of the broadcast domain. E. Routers do not forward broadcast traffic.

QUESTION NO: 3 Within the TestKing office, The Sales and Production networks are separated by a router as shown in the diagram below:

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Which of the following statements most accurately describes the characteristics of the above networks broadcast and collision domains? (Select the two best answer choices) A. There are two broadcast domains in the network. B. There are four broadcast domains in the network. C. There are six broadcast domains in the network. D. There are four collision domains in the network. E. There are five collision domains in the network. F. There are seven collision domains in the network.

Answer: A, F Explanation: In this network we have a hub being used in the Sales department, and a switch being used in the Production department. Based on this, we have two broadcast domains: one for each network being separated by a router. For the collision domains, we have 5 computers and one port for E1 so we have 6 collision domains total because we use a switch in the Production Department so 5 are created there, plus one collision domain for the entire Sales department because a hub is being used. Leading the way in IT testing and certification tools, www.testking.com -7-

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QUESTION NO: 4 The Testking corporate LAN consists of one large flat network. You decide to segment this LAN into two separate networks with a router. What will be the affect of this change? A. The number of broadcast domains will be decreased. B. It will make the broadcasting of traffic between domains more efficient between segments. C. It will increase the number of collisions. D. It will prevent segment 1's broadcasts from getting to segment 2. E. It will connect segment 1's broadcasts to segment 2.

Answer: D Explanation A router does not forward broadcast traffic. It therefore breaks up a broadcast domain, reducing unnecessary network traffic. Broadcasts from one segment will not be seen on the other segment. Incorrect Answers: A. This will actually increase the number of broadcast domains from one to two. B. All link level traffic from segment one to segment two will now need to be routed between the two interfaces of the router. Although this will reduce the traffic on the LAN links, it does also provide a less efficient transport between the segments. C. Since the network size is effectively cut into half, the number of collisions should decrease