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CCNA 4 Final Exam 2011 Answers Updated 1 Refer to the exhibit. Branch A has a non-Cisco router that is using IETF encapsulation and Branch B has a Cisco router. After the commands that are shown are entered, R1 and R2 fail to establish the PVC. The R2 LMI is Cisco, and the R1 LMI is ANSI. The LMI is successfully established at both locations. Why is the PVC failing? The PVC to R1 must be point-to-point. LMI types must match on each end of a PVC. The frame relay PVCs cannot be established between Cisco and non-Cisco routers. The IETF parameter is missing from the frame-relay map ip 201 command. [Read more. ..] Filed Under: CCNA 4 - Accessing the WAN , CCNA 4 Final exam answers , CCNA 4 v4.0 answers Tagged With: Accessing the WAN Final Exam Answers , CCNA 4 , CCNA 4 Exam Final 2011 , CCNA 4 Final Exam 2011 Answers Updated , ccna 4 final exam answers 2011 , CCNA 4 Final Exam V4.0 Answers 2011 , CCNA 4 Final Exams 2011 , CCNA 4 Final Test 2011 , CCNA 4 Practice Final Exam Answers , CCNA Accessing The WAN Final Exam Answers V4.0 , CCNA Exploration 4 Final Exam Answers , ccna final , CCNA Final 4 , CCNA Final Exam 4 , CCNA Semester 4 Final Exam , Cisco CCNA 4 Final Exam Answers , EWAN v4.0 Final , Final CCNA 4 , LAN Switching and Wireless Final Exam Answers by admin on December 3, 2010 1 Comment CCNA 4 Final answers (100% Guaranteed – Updated Dec 2010) The Locals Configuration Electric Company
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Addresses Circuit Breaker www.ccna4u.org   www.ccna4u.net   www.ccna4u.info   www.ccna4u.biz www.ccna4all.com   www.cisco-exam.info 1. Which two statements are true about IPv6 link local addresses ? (Choose two.) They begin with the 2000::/3 prefix. They begin with the FE80::/10 prefix. They are assigned by IANA to an organization. They must be manually configured by the administrator. They are assigned to a host by a stateless autoconfiguration process. 2. Refer to the exhibit. What is another way to represent this IPv6 address? 2031::130F::9C0::130B 2031::130F::9C0:0:130B 2031:0:130F::9C0::130B 2031:0:130F::9C0:0:130B 3. Refer to the exhibit. A host connected to Fa0/0 is unable to acquire an IP address from the DHCP server. The output of the debug ip dhcp server command shows “DHCPD: there is no address pool for″. What is the problem? The address address is already in use by Fa0/0. The pool of addresses for the 192Network pool is configured incorrectly. The ip helper-address command should be used on the Fa0/0 interface. The address has not been excluded from the 192Network pool. 4. What will be the result of adding the command ip dhcp excluded-address to the configuration of a local router that has been configured as a DHCP server? Traffic that is destined for and will be dropped by the router.
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