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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Hotspot 2: Topology Question

640-802 CCNA Hotspot Topology Exhibit





Question 1:
Note: host 172.30.4.4 is wrongly given in Question the correct host must be 172.30.0.4



Answers: 702

Explanation:
The destination layer 2 address is a DLCI for frame-relay network. The destination host packet address is 172.30.0.4 corresponding DLCI is 702.
This can be confirmed by looking at the show frame-relay map output which shows the frame-relay map statements for layer 3 address to its corresponding layer 2 address IP 172.30.0.4 is mapped to DLCI 702 .

Question 2:


Answers: frame-relay map ip 172.30.0.3 196 broadcast

Explanation:

The show frame-relay map command above output provides the dynamic mapping for S-AMER (.3 as per topology the complete address is 172.30.0.3) to DLCI 196.

To create a static frame-relay map on dubai router to S-AMER we use the following command

Syntax: frame-relay map protocol protocol-address dlci [broadcast]

frame-relay map ip 172.30.0.3 196 broadcast

Question 3:

Answers: The serial connection to the MidEast branch office

Explanation:

By seeing the partial running config provided for Dubai router ... We can identify what encapuslation type is configured on each interface

Interface serial 1/0 : encapsulation frame-relay

Interface serial 1/2 and serial 1/3 : Both have encapsulation ppp

Interaface serial 1/1: Has no config info on encapsulation type this determines the default encapsulation (HDLC) is not changed on this interface.

Serial 1/1 is connection to MidEast branch office from Dubai router which has the default encapsulation.

Question 4:

Answers: No password is required.

Explanation: The serial connection between the mideast and Dubai router is having the default WAN encapsulation of HDLC. Since, HDLC requires no password to be set for connection establishment, "no password is required" is the correct answer.

29 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Dear All
Can anyone explain Question 4 why T1net is answer no "No password required.

in Latest pass4sure answer is No password required. please help i am appearing for my exam tomorrow

a3tips said...

Hi,
if u read the question carefully
Q4 asks if required what password is configured....

so no password required will be a wrong option...

T1net is correct answer if password needs to be configure because it matches with the vty lines password of dubai router.

Chondan said...

Hi a2tips,
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Chondan

a3tips said...

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Best of luck to your CCNA Exam

Cheers!!

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Anonymous said...

Hi, great blog!!!

Just wondering for the last question... It specifies a telnet/vty line password but aren't they talking about something like a
PPP PAP or CHAP password that might be required to connect the routers?

That's why I think the answer would be no password required. there is no pap or chap authentication on this line

Anonymous said...

So what's the final answer? Is it t1net or no password. I am taking the test tomorrow

a3tips said...

Hi,

Go for the T1net option simply beacuse the questions asks if password required what will you configure,

Cheers!!

shadmani said...

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Liran said...

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I only know about version 2.93...

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Anonymous said...

P4S_2.98

are you sure, dude, and i thought the lates pass4sure was 2.95

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