New CCNA Drag and Drop Questions 2

By | July 10, 2017

New CCNA Drag and Drop Questions 2

These are commonly asked CCNA exam drag and drop questions. You might come across these but in a different contest, so its beneficial if you understand the topic well.
As usual, take time to read through the question so as to clearly understand what Cisco want you to do.

Note: This drag and drop question is used for demonstration only; you might see different IP addressing and Port allocation in the real CCNA exam. But it all works the same way if you could just understand the technique.
I suggest you use Cisco packet tracer for practice.




 

Question 1
The left describes OSI layers, while the right provides some terms. Drag the items on the right to the proper locations.

Answer:

Network Layer:
1. IP addresses
2. packets
3. routing

Transport Layer:
1. windowing
2. UDP
3. segments

Question 2
The above describes some categories, while the below provides their corresponding router output lines. Drag the above items to the proper locations.

Answer:


1. Port operational: Serial0/1 is up, line protocol is up
2. Layer 2 problem: Serial0/1 is up, line protocol is down
3. Layer 1 problem: Serial0/1 is down, line protocol is down
4. Port disabled: Serial0/1 is administrator down, line protocol is down

Explanation:
1) Port operational: Serial0/1 is up, line protocol is up
This is the proper status line condition. No action is required.

2) Layer 2 problem: Serial0/1 is up, line protocol is down
A local or remote router is misconfigured. Keepalives are not being sent by the remote router.

3) Layer 1 problem: Serial0/1 is down, line protocol is down
The router is not sensing a carrier detect (CD) signal i.e, the CD is not active. A telephone company problem has occurred—line is down or is not connected to CSU /DSU .Cabling is faulty or incorrect. Hardware failure has occurred.

4) Port disabled: Serial0/1 is administrator down, line protocol is down

The router configuration includes the shutdown interface configuration command ( instead of no shutdown).

Terms
1 CD = carrier detect
2 CSU = channel service unit
3 DSU = digital service unit
Ref: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/internetworking/troubleshooting/guide/tr1915.html#wpxref1020610

 




Question 3
A user is unable to connect to the Internet. Based on the layered approach to troubleshooting and beginning with the lowest layer. Follow the guide and drag the contents to relevant modules.

Answer:

1. Verify Ethernet cable connection: Step 1
2. Verify NIC operation: Step 2
3. Verify IP configuration: Step 3
4. Verify URL: Step 4

Question 4
The left describes the types of cables, while the right describes the purposes of the cables. Drag the items on the left to the proper locations. (Not all items can be used).

Answer:


1. Straight-through: switch access port to router
2. Crossover: switch to switch
3. Rollover: PC COM port to switch

Explanation:
Here is the cabling cheat sheet:
Straight-through : Between a computer and a modem, router, or switch  or between other dissimilar networking equipment
Crossover : Between two computers or two similar networking devices.

Rollover cable is often used to connect a computer terminal to a router’s console port

Question 5
The left describes the types of switch ports, while the right describes the features. Drag the options on the right to the proper locations.

Answer:

Access Port:
– Carries traffic for a single VLAN
– Uses a straight-through cable to connect a device
– Connects an end-user workstation to a switch
Trunk Port:
– Carries traffic for a multiple VLAN
– Uses 802.1q to identify traffic from different VLANs
– Facilitates interVLAN communications when connected to a Layer 3 device

Question 6
At The left describes the Spanning-Tree Protocol port states, while the right describes their functions. Drag the left items to the proper locations.

Answer:

Learning: populating the MAC address table but not forwarding data frames
Forwarding: sending and receiving data frames
Listening: preparing to forward data frames without populating the MAC address table
Blocking: preventing the use of looped paths