Posts Tagged ‘switch’
Take the latest SWITCH Command Recall exam by clicking the link below. Good luck – and let us know how you scored in the comments area of this post.
Remember to read, AND TYPE, very carefully! I failed my first attempt due to just plain sloppiness.
One of the features students love in the INE 5-Day CCNP bootcamp is the frequent Exam Challenges that are presented to students. Have fun with this sample from SWITCH.
Q1: Examine the configurations shown and the topology. Identify three errors in the configurations.
SW1 interface range fa0/16 – 17 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport mode dynamic desirable no shutdown channel-group 1 mode on
SW3 interface range fa0/16 – 17 switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q switchport mode dynamic auto shutdown channel-group 3 mode active
One of the many skills that you must demonstrate as a CCENT candidate is your ability to configure basic password security on a Cisco router or switch. This blog post walks you through the configurations you must have mastered in order to succeed in this area of the exam.
Sure, everyone knows that it is copy running-config startup-config in order to save your hard-earned configuration to the Non-volatile RAM (NVRAM) inside the device. But what about saving a copy of the configuration on your local PC? Well, this is easy thanks to a couple of tips and tricks, and the wonder of Notepad!