Today’ post gives the letter answer(s) to the last two #CCENT questions, and combines the discussion of the answers to both questions. It combines both in part because much of the background information applies to both. Don’t read here until you try question 104 and question 105! Today’s post then looks at the toughest distractors [...]
Tag Archives: Port Security
March 1, 2013
When I wrote the previous #CCENT troubleshooting question, I kept coming up with some really good answers, at least good for learning those subtle points that people miss when they don’t dig into the topics deeply enough. So, I made two questions out of the same scenario. Today’s post takes the exact same scenario and [...]
January 27, 2012
Here are the answers to part 4 of 4 of a new Config Virtual Museum (VM) piece. This piece gave you the same task on six ports, but in different combinations: to secure the ports using the Cisco switch port security feature. Also, if you’re using my ICND1 Official Cert Guide book, look got Chapters [...]
January 21, 2012
This is the fourth of four new Config Virtual Museum (VM) pieces. This last piece lets you configure a few variations on the Cisco switch Port Security feature. This feature lets the switch monitor incoming frames, look at the source MAC address, and determine whether frames with that source address should or should not be [...]
April 4, 2011
Here’s a link to the question, and the answer is below the fold. Enjoy!
March 30, 2011
Here’s a new CCENT question to consider. It’s a bit long to read, but it reviews some unrelated concepts, so hopefully the length won’t get in the way. As usual, if you post ideas, leave out your answer letters from the title line to avoid spoiling it for others. Enjoy! Question is below the fold.