Chapter 11

  1. What 3 networking services does CISCO IOS provide?
    •  Basic routing and switching functions
    •  Reliable and secure access to networked resources
    •  Network scalability
  2. How is CISCO IOS accessed?
    Through the Command Line Interface (CLI)
  3. Where is the IOS file stored?
    In the memory are called 'Flash'
  4. Where is the IOS copied and loaded to?
  5. What are the most usual methods to access the CLI?
    • Console
    • Telnet or SSH
    • Aux Port
  6. What command is used to change the default router name to Fontana?
    Router# name Fontana
    Router# hostname Fontana
    Router(config)# name Fontana
    Router(config)# hostname Fontana
    Router(config)# hostname Fontana
  7. A method for remotely accessing a CLI session is?
  8. Cisco network device contains two configuration files.
    • Running Configuration file - used during the current operation of the device
    • Startup Configuration file - used as the backup configuration and is loaded when the device is started
  9. What command will place the router into the correct mode to configure an appropriate interface to connect to a LAN?
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    UBAMA(config)# interface FastEthernet 0/1
  10. What is the best method of protecting session data when communicating between the Client and IOS device?
    SSH (Secure Shell Protocol)
  11. When is AUX usually used?
  12. What does NVRAM stand for?
    Non-Volatile RAM (Router is shutdown file remains intact)
  13. CISCO IOS Modes (From Least important to Most)
    • User executive mode
    • Privileged executive mode
    • Global configuration mode
    • Other specific configuration modes
  14. What are the 2 primary modes of operations in Cisco IOS mode?
    • User EXEC
    • Priviliedged EXEC
  15. What IOS Mode are:
    A. Router>
    B. Router#
    • A. Router> ---------> User-Mode Prompt
    • B. Router# ----------> Privileged-Mode
  16. When starting the IOS what command would you input?
  17. What usually goes inside a a Login banner? #banner motd # message #
    • Should be warned before attempting to connect to the network.
    • "Use of the device is specifically for authorized personnel."
    • "Activity may be monitored."
  18. What command would follow "Router(Config-If)" to turn off the interface?
  19. What command would follow "Router(Config-If)" to quit the current interface configuration mode.
  20. What is the internal IP address to ping yourself? (Testing Loopback)
  21. Which three terms correctly define the forms of help available within the Cisco IOS?
    • Hot keys
    • Context-Sensitive
    • Command Syntax Check
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