WAN Q9

  1. Which troubleshooting method should a network administrator use when the problem is suspected to be a physical one.




    A) Bottom up
  2. Why is it important for the network administrator to establish the network performance baseline?




    D) To allows the network administrator to determine the difference between abnormal behaviour and proper network performance.
  3. Which troubleshooting approach is suggested for dealing with a complex problem that is suspected of being caused by faulty network cabling?




    B) Bottom Up
  4. Network Topology Diagram                                          .
                                                                          



    D) provides a graphical representation of a network, which illustrates how each device in a network is connected.
  5. The network baseline determines the "                                  " of the network.




    B) personality
  6. An user complained that she can't access a particular website. When you tried to troubleshoot and perform a ping to the website from the user's terminal, the ping is successful. Hence you can conclude that the problem is                       .




    A) above the Network Layer (Layer 3)
  7. End-system Configuration Table                                       .




    B) contains baseline records of the hardware and software used in end-system devices such as servers, network management consoles, and desktop workstations.
  8. Which troubleshooting method should a network administrator use when the problem is suspected to lies with the software. 




    B) Top down
  9. Network Configuration Table                                         .




    A) contains accurate, up-to-date records of the hardware and software used in a network
  10. Match the Cisco commands with their corresponding description.







    Descriptions:
    command is used to obtain detailed information about directly connected Cisco neighbor devices.
    test connectivity with neighboring devices before logging in to them.
    display the routing table in a router to learn the directly connected neighbors, more remote devices (through learned routes), and the routing protocols that have been configured.
    display the up or down status and IP address of all interfaces on a device.
    • C) ping => test connectivity with neighboring devices before logging in to them.  
    • show ip interface brief => display the up or down status and IP address of all interfaces on a device.  
    • show ip route => display the routing table in a router to learn the directly connected neighbors, more remote devices (through learned routes), and the routing protocols that have been configured.  
    • show cdp neighbor detail => command is used to obtain detailed information about directly connected Cisco neighbor devices.
Author
kirin
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167371
Card Set
WAN Q9
Description
Wide Area Network Quiz 9 - Network Troubleshooting
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