Chapter 10 Exam Question Answers 2013 – Routing Protocols (Version 5.0) – RP

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Which IOS 12.4 software package integrates full features, including voice, security, and VPN capabilities, for all routing protocols?

Advanced Security
Advanced IP Services
Advanced Enterprise Services
Service Provider Services

The Advanced Enterprise Services package is a premium package for IOS 12.4 that integrates support for all routing protocols with voice, security, and VPN capabilities.

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Routing Protocols
10.1.1 Naming Conventions

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What is the major release number in the IOS image name c1900-universalk9-mz.SPA.152-3.T.bin?

2
3
15
52
1900

The part of the image name 152-3 indicates that the major release is 15, the minor release is 2, and the new feature release is 3.

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Routing Protocols
10.1.1 Naming Conventions

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What statement describes a Cisco IOS image with the “universalk9_npe” designation for Cisco ISR G2 routers?

It is an IOS version that can only be used in the United States of America.
It is an IOS version that provides only the IPBase feature set.
It is an IOS version that offers all of the Cisco IOS Software feature sets.
It is an IOS version that, at the request of some countries, removes any strong cryptographic functionality.‚Äč

To support Cisco ISR G2 platforms, Cisco provides two types of universal images. The images with the “universalk9_npe” designation in the image name do not support any strong cryptography functionality such as payload cryptography to satisfy the import requirements of some countries. The “universalk9_npe” images include all other Cisco IOS software features.

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Routing Protocols
10.1.1 Naming Conventions

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Which statement describes a difference between the IOS 15.0 extended maintenance release and a standard maintenance release?

They consist of two separate parallel trains.
The extended maintenance release will deliver new IOS features as soon as they are available.
The standard maintenance release enables faster IOS feature delivery than the extended maintenance release does.
A new standard maintenance release will synchronize with the latest extended maintenance release before the extended is made available.

IOS 15.0 use a different release model for the traditional separate mainline and technology trains of 12.4. Instead of diverging into separate trains, Cisco IOS Software 15 M and T will have extended maintenance (EM) releases and standard maintenance (T) releases single software train. Extended Maintenance (EM) releases are available approximately every 20 months. Standard maintenance (T releases) enable faster Cisco feature delivery before the next EM release becomes available. In other words, there will be several standard maintenance releases between two extended maintenance releases. An extended maintenance release incorporates the features and hardware support of all the previous standard maintenance releases. This makes the newer extended maintenance release contain the full functionality of the train at the time of release.

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Routing Protocols
10.1.1 Naming Conventions

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When a router is powered on, where will the router first search for a valid IOS image to load by default?

RAM
ROM
flash memory
NVRAM
By default, if no boot system commands are in the configuration, a router will load the first valid Cisco IOS image in flash memory and run it. RAM is active memory that is not used to store image files. NVRAM stores configuration files. ROM stores a minimal version of the Cisco IOS image that can be used to provide limited functions if a valid IOS image is not available in flash memory.

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Routing Protocols
10.1.2 Managing Cisco IOS Images

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