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Q: TCP/IP Model Lingo

Q: TCP/IP Model Lingo

🕔09:05, 2.Oct 2018 Most CCNA candidates do not get all that excited about reviewing the TCP/IP or OSI models, but it never hurts to review the concepts and terms while practicing for the exam. Today I’ll ask a question that makes you think Read Full Article
A: WAN Basics

A: WAN Basics

🕔09:05, 27.Sep 2018 What happens over an Ethernet WAN link? What Data Link addresses appear in the frame that the routers forward over the WAN? What data link headers exist on the WAN link? What types of cabling must be used? The latest Read Full Article
Q: WAN Basics

Q: WAN Basics

🕔09:05, 25.Sep 2018 WAN connections span much longer distances than WANs – so what happens in that WAN? Even for CCENT and CCNA, you can understand some of the basic facts about how a WAN service provider builds a WAN connection. This next Read Full Article
A: LAN Broadcasts

A: LAN Broadcasts

🕔09:05, 20.Sep 2018 The term LAN broadcast may have a specific meaning to you, with the contents of the Ethernet header leaping from your memory. But maybe not. What about the source address? Type field?  Check out the question first, and then come Read Full Article
Q: LAN Broadcasts

Q: LAN Broadcasts

🕔09:05, 18.Sep 2018 To answer some #CCNA questions, you need to think like a network analyzer (e.g., Wireshark). What values sit in the headers of an Ethernet frame or IP packet? In this next sample question, you’ll get a chance to think about Read Full Article
A: Encapsulation

A: Encapsulation

🕔10:15, 14.Sep 2018 Can you predict the data link addresses in each frame that encapsulates a packet as it flows from source to destination in an IPv4 network? This latest QA requires you to think hard about those details. Check out the question Read Full Article
Q: Encapsulation

Q: Encapsulation

🕔09:05, 12.Sep 2018 Time for some new practice questions! I’ve not added any new QA in a while, but I plan to get on a roll and add new QA to both the CCENT blog and CCNA blog for a good run of Read Full Article
Answer: Predicting ARP Messages 1

Answer: Predicting ARP Messages 1

🕔13:05, 1.Feb 2018 This latest #CCNA / #CCENT question uses a specific scenario: a working ping, a clearing of a switch MAC address table, and a repeat of the ping. The scenario hopes to make stretch a bit and think outside the box. Read Full Article
Predicting ARP Messages 1

Predicting ARP Messages 1

🕔09:05, 31.Jan 2018 #CCNA candidates learn about ARP early in the ICND1 half of their studies, and it takes just a few minutes to learn the basics. At the same time, people who write CCNA exam questions can ask us about ARP in Read Full Article
Answer: Forwarding and Encapsulation

Answer: Forwarding and Encapsulation

🕔14:05, 22.Jan 2018 The #CCNA exam can pack a punch with what looks like a simple question, and this latest practice question is just such an example. The question asks about switch forwarding, but it combines packet encapsulation concepts. Get either wrong, and Read Full Article

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