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Cisco CCNA exam: Are you ready? Take this 10-question quiz to find out

This 10-question quiz will really help you prepare for the Cisco CCNA exam.

Achieving your Cisco Certified Networking Associate (CCNA) certification requires more than just studying. It requires a true in-depth understanding of network fundamentals and network-security technologies covered in the CCNA curriculum. Our updated CCNA quiz has been completely redesigned to reflect the new CCNA Routing and Switching (200-120) requirements and to help you test your knowledge and understanding of a variety of CCNA topics.

With the new 200-120 CCNA Routing and Switching curriculum, Cisco has made some much-needed changes to steer the exam away from topics covered in other CCNA certifications (e.g, wireless, security) and focus more on the routing and switching technologies. 

A few of the major changes include a noticeable reduction of emphasis on IP subnetting coverage -- a very important section in previous CCNA Routing and Switching exams -- and a significant increase of emphasis on IPv6 topics. There is also complete absence of any wireless topics, which are now covered in the CCNA wireless exam.

The new CCNA Routing and Switching exam now focuses more on routing (mainly EIGRP and OSPF) and switching technologies (VLANs, STP), while high-availability technologies such as VRRP, HSRP and GLBP have made an appearance, as they are now frequently used in today's networks and also occupy an important portion of the next certification level, CCNP Routing and Switching.

The quiz questions increase in complexity, so we recommend answering them in the order presented here.

 

Ready for another challenge?

Take Part 2 of our advanced CCNA quiz.

This was last published in July 2015

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thanks owner of the page
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thx alot but question 3 hub has one collision domain # YOUR ANSWER - There are two broadcast domains and 12 collision domains its not wright
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Dear Ali2016. You've most probably confused the Hub device (lower right area) with a Switch, which is why you're counting 12 collision domains. As explained in the answer section of question No.3, the hub all together acts as one single collision domain because all packets are replicated out each port. Hope this helps clear things up!
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I used to think I know something in ccna,but I release now that,knowing something is not enough.
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the questions should come from all the topics
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good questions good to prepare
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5/10 correct, by the way question 4 is showing incorrect options, and question 5 is wrong because router doesn't learned new connected network, only learned from neighbors using dynamic protocols. connected network has to be configured by manually.

thanks you and please correct me if I am wrong.
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thank you
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I have done 6/10, I think 3 Question options are showing incorrect, these questions are very helpful for me, Actually I am preapring Cisco CCNA exam.
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Very good question list and it is very helpful for the person preparing for the CCNP exam. If anyone looking for the free CCNA and CCNP practice exam visit learncisco, they have different test modules and each test have 55 questions with duration of 90 minutes.
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hi, this a good practice test i use it for preparation with another one here and as confirmed with a friend who just got this his certification, the question are repeated.

Thank you.

Olivier

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got 6/10 here.....I'm gonna work on my game
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Question 7 has two correct answers.   Show interfaces also shows you the encap type:

RTR#sho int ser0/1/0:0.1
Serial0/1/0:0.1 is up, line protocol is up
  Hardware is NIM-2MFT-T1/E1
  MTU 1500 bytes, BW 1536 Kbit/sec, DLY 20000 usec,
     reliability 255/255, txload 63/255, rxload 43/255
  Encapsulation FRAME-RELAY IETF
  Keepalive set (10 sec)
  Last clearing of "show interface" counters never


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I need to known about cisco

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Q6
In the network diagram above, which path will packets take when travelling from host 192.168.50.126 to host 192.168.50.5?
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YOUR ANSWER - Packets will travel from R3 to R1 and return back to R3.
CORRECT ANSWER - Packets will travel from R3 to R1 and from R3 to R2 to R1. 
In my opinion, the prefix 192.168.50.64/26 is closer to R1 via R3 and the return traffic would return back from R1 to R3 using the directly connected link between these two routers.
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Q7 frame-relay question
YOUR ANSWER - show interfaces
CORRECT ANSWER - show frame-relay map 
  • #show interfaces command is showing the encapsulation type ...
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