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The CCNA 200-125 has come to replace the old CCNA 200-120 exam. We create the “Share your CCNA v3.0 Experience” for everyone to share their experience after taking this exam.

Note: We have a topic of Frequently Asked Questions & Tips for CCNA learners, surely you will find valuable information about the CCNA exam there.

Please share with us your experience after taking the new CCNA 200-125 exam, your materials, the way you learned, your recommendations… But please DO NOT share any information about the detail of the exam or your personal information, your score, exam date and location, your email…

Your posts are warmly welcome! Hope you will find useful information from friends who have taken the CCNA exam!

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  1. zool sudani
    June 12th, 2018

    thaaanks god and thanks 9tut , today I passed ccna exam
    labs: all from 9tut “ccna lab sim section”
    -EIGRP GRE sim
    -GRE multilink sim
    -access list 2 sim mod 3
    -ripv2 ts sim
    -dhcp sim
    -access list sim
    some of these labs cantcanthave remember haf different answers so be careful when u troubleshooting.

    about mcq, dnd all from youki’dumps in page190/ realy help me aloooot these dumps specialy “55 dnd” and the chinese dumps 4/2018
    my advice to u trained ur self with these dumps many times in .vce to be familiar to answers.
    about all labs trained in packet tracer and they r here in 9tut lab sim section. they worked with 7.1 pkt

    one more thing the exam duration time was 2 hours but finish my last question in the last 1 min, so pple study hard and have a good underground for all subjects.

  2. evgeny
    June 12th, 2018

    Please send me youki’dumps
    My e-mail : {email not allowed}

  3. evgeniy
    June 12th, 2018

    Please send me youki’dumps.
    My e-mail: eaputrya @ gmail . com

  4. sudani
    June 12th, 2018

    zool sudani can you send me the youki dumps please

  5. zool sudani
    June 13th, 2018

    lolz, sudani just go to page 190 and download youki dumps u need

  6. Santhosh
    June 13th, 2018

    Please please anyone provide me dump @ {email not allowed}
    Thank you

  7. Converge IT Bogus
    June 13th, 2018

    @All mates howdy? Please share your recent exam experience. We need updates guys if the china dumplings are still valid? Cheers!

  8. thang
    June 13th, 2018

    hi guys!… i need post configure VLAN troubleshooting. Thank You

  9. Anonymous
    June 13th, 2018

    UDP :
    + Transmits packets individually
    + Uses higher transmission rate to support latency-sensitive apps
    + Transmissions include an 8-byte header
    TCP:
    + Sends Transmission in Sequence
    + Uses a lower transmission rate to ensure reliability
    + Transmits packets as a stream

    OR(from 9tut)
    TCP:
    + Sends Transmission in Sequence
    + Uses a lower transmission rate to ensure reliability
    + Transmits packets individually

    UDP:
    + Transmits packet as stream
    + Uses higher transmission rate to support latency-sensitive apps
    + Transmissions include an 8-byte header

    Thanks Lads!

  10. Anonymous
    June 13th, 2018

    UDP :
    + Transmits packets individually
    + Uses higher transmission rate to support latency-sensitive apps
    + Transmissions include an 8-byte header
    TCP:
    + Sends Transmission in Sequence
    + Uses a lower transmission rate to ensure reliability
    + Transmits packets as a stream

    OR(from 9tut)
    TCP:
    + Sends Transmission in Sequence
    + Uses a lower transmission rate to ensure reliability
    + Transmits packets individually

    UDP:
    + Transmits packet as stream
    + Uses higher transmission rate to support latency-sensitive apps
    + Transmissions include an 8-byte header

  11. trends
    June 13th, 2018

    @tech

    Did the simlets you answered same from the answers of 9tut or there’s a little changes?

    btw, congrats

  12. Lauren
    June 13th, 2018

    Passed today 13/06/18 with 9XX

    1) D&D were all from here. There were some slight modifications (e.g TCP , UDP traffic had some options different) but nothing totally new. I think current D&D 9TUT answers (June18.pdf) are all valid/right (some mistakes have been corrected compared to March).

    2) There were some new questions but nothing was extreme or too tricky or strange, if you have studied well and have checked 9TUT answers/questions too, you should be good.

    3) Be careful of the labs but don’t let them scare you. I think now there are many new modifications in all ofthem but if you have gone through the labs here and you have fully understood the concept behind each technology/question, it shouldn’t be a problem because the main labs/sims are quite similar.

    I had EIGRP GRE, IPv6 OSPF Sim, RIPv2 Troubleshooting Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, Access List Sim 2, Access List Sim

    1) EIGRP GRE had some very minor changes but the main concept was the same.
    2) IPv6 OSPF had command already configured and at last question the configuration was changed (OSPFv3 was in fact configured under interface but with a wrong area e.g area 4 instead of 0 and that was why neighborship with BR could not be established- you have to correct it manually)
    3) RIPv2 – one or two questions, I don’t really remember, were different, just be careful, the way to come up with the right answer is to check running-config carefully nothing to panic about.
    4) EIGRP Troubleshouting , questions were the same, however answers were all (or 3 out of them ) different, check carefully (e.g some different networks commands were missing-do not remember which ones, K values were mismatched and traffic was EQUALLY load balanced)
    5) Access-list 2 -> be careful on the host it asks and also it gives you all the IP destination addresses you needed
    6) ACL 1 was also modified a bit (in 1st question the trick is that instead of changing the ACL to do what it asks to, you just have to use the same ACL but instead of outbound it has to be indbound- of course they give you as an option such an answer .

    General advice:
    1) Study carefully from books or tutorial videos and try to understand all the concepts as well as possible
    2) Use 9TUT material to review what you know and practice
    3) Do not try to memorize labs/sims answers, try to understand fully the concept so you can answer correctly and think critically – memorizing anything apart from maybe some D&Ds can be a disaster to your result. BE CRITICAL :)
    4) Again, key to success is to use 9TUT as a way to practice and understand technologies and Cisco categories of questions better – AGAIN DO NOT MEMORIZE questions because labs are being modified !
    5) Do not panic and do not let anything scare you. If you use 9TUT in the correct way it can really help you pass.

    Good luck to everybody and thanks everybody who helped me, especially 9tut for its extremely useful material/tutorials !

  13. naren
    June 14th, 2018

    Which two statements about IPv4 multicast traffic are true? (Choose two.)
    A. It burdens the source host without affecting remote hosts.
    B. It uses a minimum amount of network bandwidth.
    C. It is bandwidth-intensive.
    D. It simultaneously delivers multiple streams of data.
    E. It is the most efficient way to deliver data to multiple receivers.

    can you please help me with the answer.

    DE or BE

  14. Anonymous
    June 14th, 2018

    ome new questions but nothing was extreme or too tricky or strange, if you have studied well and have checked 9TUT answers/questions too, you should be good.

    3) Be careful of the labs but don’t let them scare you. I think now there are many new modifications in all ofthem but if you have gone through the labs here and you have fully understood the concept behind each technology/question, it shouldn’t be a problem because the main labs/sims are quite similar.

    I had EIGRP GRE, IPv6 OSPF Sim, RIPv2 Troubleshooting Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, Access List Sim 2, Access List Sim

    1) EIGRP GRE had some very minor changes but the main concept was the same.
    2) IPv6 OSPF had command already configured and at last question the configuration was changed (OSPFv3 was in fact configured under interface but with a wrong area e.g area 4 instead of 0 and that was why neighborship with BR could not be established- you have to correct it manually)
    3) RIPv2 – one or two questions, I don’t really remember, were different, just be careful, the way to come up with the right answer is to check running-config carefully nothing to panic about.
    4) EIGRP Troubleshouting , questions were the same, however answers were all (or 3 out of them ) different, check carefully (e.g some different networks commands were missing-do not remember which ones, K values were mismatched and traffic was EQUALLY load balanced)
    5) Access-list 2 -> be careful on the host it asks and also it gives you all the IP destination addresses you needed
    6) ACL 1 was also modified a bit (in 1st question the trick is that instead of changing the ACL to do what it asks to, you just have to use the same ACL but instead of outbound it has to be indbound- of course they give you as an option such an answer .

    General advice:
    1) Study carefully from books or tutorial videos and try to understand all the concepts as well as possible
    2) Use 9TUT material to review what you know and practice
    3) Do not try to memorize labs/sims answers, try to understand fully the concept so you can answer correctly and think critically – memorizing anything apart from maybe some D&Ds can be a disaster to your result. BE CRITICAL :)
    4) Again, key to success is to use 9TUT as a way to practice and understand technologies and Cisco categories of questions better – AGAIN DO NOT MEMORIZE questions because labs are being modified !
    5) Do not panic and do

  15. Anonymous
    June 14th, 2018

    ome new questions but nothing was extreme or too tricky or strange, if you have studied well and have checked 9TUT answers/questions too, you should be good.

    3) Be careful of the labs but don’t let them scare you. I think now there are many new modifications in all ofthem but if you have gone through the labs here and you have fully understood the concept behind each technology/question, it shouldn’t be a problem because the main labs/sims are quite similar.

    I had EIGRP GRE, IPv6 OSPF Sim, RIPv2 Troubleshooting Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, Access List Sim 2, Access List Sim

    1) EIGRP GRE had some very minor changes but the main concept was the same.
    2) IPv6 OSPF had command already configured and at last question the configuration was changed (OSPFv3 was in fact configured under interface but with a wrong area e.g area 4 instead of 0 and that was why neighborship with BR could not be established- you have to correct it manually)
    3) RIPv2 – one or two questions, I don’t really remember, were different, just be careful, the way to come up with the right answer is to check running-config carefully nothing to panic about.
    4) EIGRP Troubleshouting , questions were the same, however answers were all (or 3 out of them ) different, check carefully (e.g some different networks commands were missing-do not remember which ones, K values were mismatched and traffic was EQUALLY load balanced)
    5) Access-list 2 -> be careful on the host it asks and also it gives you all the IP destination addresses you needed
    6) ACL 1 was also modified a bit (in 1st question the trick is that instead of changing the ACL to do what it asks to, you just have to use the same ACL but instead of outbound it has to be indbound- of course they give you as an option such an answer .

    General advice:
    1) Study carefully from books or tutorial videos and try to understand all the concepts as well as possible
    2) Use 9TUT material to review what you know and practice
    3) Do not try to memorize labs/sims answers, try to understand fully the concept so you can answer correctly and think critically – memorizing anything apart from maybe some D&Ds can be a disaster to your result. BE CRITICAL :)
    4) Again, key to success is to use 9TUT as a way to practice and understand technologies and Cisco categories of questions better – AGAIN DO NOT MEMORIZE questions because labs are being modified !
    5) Do not panic and do
    ome new questions but nothing was extreme or too tricky or strange, if you have studied well and have checked 9TUT answers/questions too, you should be good.

    3) Be careful of the labs but don’t let them scare you. I think now there are many new modifications in all ofthem but if you have gone through the labs here and you have fully understood the concept behind each technology/question, it shouldn’t be a problem because the main labs/sims are quite similar.

    I had EIGRP GRE, IPv6 OSPF Sim, RIPv2 Troubleshooting Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, Access List Sim 2, Access List Sim

    1) EIGRP GRE had some very minor changes but the main concept was the same.
    2) IPv6 OSPF had command already configured and at last question the configuration was changed (OSPFv3 was in fact configured under interface but with a wrong area e.g area 4 instead of 0 and that was why neighborship with BR could not be established- you have to correct it manually)
    3) RIPv2 – one or two questions, I don’t really remember, were different, just be careful, the way to come up with the right answer is to check running-config carefully nothing to panic about.
    4) EIGRP Troubleshouting , questions were the same, however answers were all (or 3 out of them ) different, check carefully (e.g some different networks commands were missing-do not remember which ones, K values were mismatched and traffic was EQUALLY load balanced)
    5) Access-list 2 -> be careful on the host it asks and also it gives you all the IP destination addresses you needed
    6) ACL 1 was also modified a bit (in 1st question the trick is that instead of changing the ACL to do what it asks to, you just have to use the same ACL but instead of outbound it has to be indbound- of course they give you as an option such an answer .

    General advice:
    1) Study carefully from books or tutorial videos and try to understand all the concepts as well as possible
    2) Use 9TUT material to review what you know and practice
    3) Do not try to maaemorize labs/sims answers, try to understand fully the concept so you can answer correctly fwefand think critically –daa memorizing anything apart from maybe some D&Ds can be a disaster tocdedfwe your result. BE CRITICAL :)
    4) Again, key to success is to use 9TUT as a way to practice and understand technologies and Cisco categories of questions better – AGAIN DO NOT MEMORIZE questions because labs are being modified !
    5) Do not panic and do

  16. doka1
    June 14th, 2018

    @Anonymous
    Please, STOPP the spamming!!

  17. Anonymous
    June 14th, 2018

    Omg what r we going to do if exam is changed I was I was studying youcki dump I sechduel my exam for end of this month please tell me what to do

  18. Anonymous
    June 14th, 2018

    @doka1 @ youki please tell us what to do do we keep waiting until we get new dump what operation do we have 🤔🤔

  19. trends
    June 14th, 2018

    @anonymous

    don’t be afraid just stick your plan and study well. don’t just familiarize the answer, understand it well

  20. Anonymous
    June 14th, 2018

    @trend can we get new dump questions can anyone provide zt for us

  21. Anonymous
    June 14th, 2018

    trends June 11th, 2018
    @youki and all

    Control Plane:
    3. Routing state exchange
    4. Establishes telnet session
    5. Device access

    Data Plane:
    1. QoS
    2. Filtering
    6. Data Encapsulation

    Is this 100% correct? I’m browsing on previous pages and found this question with unsure answer

    Thanks for the help

  22. Mobi
    June 14th, 2018

    Passed my CCNA Exam today 873
    Chinese dumps are still valid.
    Good luck guys

  23. Lauren
    June 14th, 2018

    @anonymous please don’t keep on spamming copying my initial post

    @everyone: Don’t let yourself get stressed because labs/sims are being modified. They are modified just at a level to test your ability to think critically ! If you understand concepts it will not be much different.

    Good luck everyone and keep calm !

  24. ARISTO
    June 14th, 2018

    Passed (980)
    – LABS: i got ACL-3 with different ip address
    – SIM: i got DHCP, RIPV2, GRE Tunnel, ACL-1 and EIGRP GRE
    leop9600 @ gmail . com
    Thank to God

  25. hateemine
    June 14th, 2018

    Alhamduliah!!! i passed my exam yesterday, I recommended 9tut Premium Member and also check youki@ page190, thank you 9tut and youki the doctor

  26. Ns
    June 15th, 2018

    I passed my exam today.900 plus
    Maximum stuff from 9 tut.
    1. They also asked about the protocol that fastens Mac aging .
    2. There was question about cat 5 and 6 (speed , length).
    3:ospf lab – ipv6 already enabled /do change the area number )

  27. Purple Strike
    June 15th, 2018

    Please someone send the dumps on purplestrike8689 @ gmail dot com.

  28. Aa
    June 15th, 2018

    The drag and drop recently added by 9tut about ipv6 adresess was there ,and I got acl 1 exactly same
    All the labs same as 9tut.
    Ipv6 and vlan a bit different.( there was no native vlan mismatch , just needed to configure a port as trunk and change the vlan numbers on access ports )
    In ipv6 : ipv6 unicast routing was already there .
    But there was different area under the interface so remove the area and configure that interface for ospf with correct area number

  29. Converge IT Bogus
    June 15th, 2018

    @Ns @Aa congrats guys and thanks for sharing your exam experience. Cheers mate!

  30. Onion
    June 15th, 2018

    I ‘ve passed the test with score 9xx/100.
    All the question on 9tut, there are 5 new question about ACL, STP, BGP, IPSLA but not too hard.
    Drag and Drop: BGP, verify Ethernet cable, Control Plane and Data Plane.
    Lab troubleshooting: EIGRP GRE Troubleshooting Sim, DHCP Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, GRE Multilink Sim, Access List Sim 1. Topologies and questions are same but the answers are changed. So you need to check the config carefully.
    Lab config: Vlan. I don’t know why but I don’t have ACL 2. Just 1 lab-config
    Thanks you for helping me pass the test. Now i’m going to take CCNP and hope to see you guys soon.

  31. Anonymous
    June 15th, 2018

    you passed ccna please in this question is correct ?

    Control Plane:
    3. Routing state exchange
    4. Establishes telnet session
    5. Device access

    Data Plane:
    1. QoS
    2. Filtering
    6. Data Encapsulation

    Is this 100% correct? I’m browsing on previous pages and found this question with unsure answer

    Thanks for the help

  32. doka1
    June 15th, 2018

    @Anonymous
    Yes, it’s correct!

  33. Anonymous
    June 15th, 2018

    where can i download books for ccna 200-125?

  34. trends
    June 15th, 2018

    @lauren

    where did you get the d&d 9tut (june18.pdf) file?

    thanks and congrats

  35. Lauren
    June 15th, 2018

    @trends

    http://juquitiba.sp.gov.br/?exams=ccna-questions-and-answers here my friend

    Good luck and thanks

  36. Hadis khan
    June 16th, 2018

    please send the updated file with labs,
    khan(.)hadis(at)outlook.com

  37. rcsc
    June 16th, 2018

    @Lauren
    I have a doubt. You could better explain Question 1 of ACL 1 that you had. I use packet tracer and changing the outbound by the inbound of fa0 / 0 does not correct the problem or is it another question? I hope you can help me, thanks.

    This is the question, is not it?

    How can we fix the problem but only allow ping to work while disabling telnet?

    A – Correctly assign an IP address to interface fa0 / 1
    B – Change the ip access-group command on fa0 / 0 from “in” to “out”
    C – Remove access-group 106 in from interface fa0 / 0 and add access-group 115 in.
    D – Remove access-group 102 out from interface s0 / 0/0 and add access-group 114 in
    E – Remove access-group 106 in from interface fa0 / 0 and add access-group 104 in

  38. Anonymous
    June 16th, 2018

    new questions but nothing was extreme or too tricky or strange, if you have studied well and have checked 9TUT answers/questions too, you should be good.

    3) Be careful of the labs but don’t let them scare you. I think now there are many new modifications in all ofthem but if you have gone through the labs here and you have fully understood the concept behind each technology/question, it shouldn’t be a problem because the main labs/sims are quite similar.

    I had EIGRP GRE, IPv6 OSPF Sim, RIPv2 Troubleshooting Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, Access List Sim 2, Access List Sim

    1) EIGRP GRE had some very minor changes but the main concept was the same.
    2) IPv6 OSPF had command already configured and at last question the configuration was changed (OSPFv3 was in fact configured under interface but with a wrong area e.g area 4 instead of 0 and that was why neighborship with BR could not be established- you have to correct it manually)
    3) RIPv2 – one or two questions, I don’t really remember, were different, just be careful, the way to come up with the right answer is to check running-config carefully nothing to panic about.
    4) EIGRP Troubleshouting , questions were the same, however answers were all (or 3 out of them ) different, check carefully (e.g some different networks commands were missing-do not remember which ones, K values were mismatched and traffic was EQUALLY load balanced)
    5) Access-list 2 -> be careful on the host it asks and also it gives you all the IP destination addresses you needed
    6) ACL 1 was also modified a bit (in 1st question the trick is that instead of changing the ACL to do what it asks to, you just have to use the same ACL but instead of outbound it has to be indbound- of course they give you as an option such an answer .

    General advice:
    1) Study carefully from books or tutorial videos and try to understand all the concepts as well as possible
    2) Use 9TUT material to review what you know and practice
    3) Do not try to memorize labs/sims answers, try to understand fully the concept so you can answer correctly and think critically – memorizing anything apart from maybe some D&Ds can be a disaster to your result. BE CRITICAL :)
    4) Again, key to success is to use 9TUT as a way to practice and understand technologies and Cisco categories of questions better – AGAIN DO NOT MEMORIZE questions because labs are being modified !
    5) Do not panic and do
    ome new questions but nothing was extreme or too tricky or strange, if you have studied well and have checked 9TUT answers/questions too, you should be good.

    3) Be careful of the labs but don’t let them scare you. I think now there are many new modifications in all ofthem but if you have gone through the labs here and you have fully understood the concept behind each technology/question, it shouldn’t be a problem because the main labs/sims are quite similar.

    I had EIGRP GRE, IPv6 OSPF Sim, RIPv2 Troubleshooting Sim, EIGRP Troubleshooting Sim, Access List Sim 2, Access List Sim

    1) EIGRP GRE had some very minor changes but the main concept was the same.
    2) IPv6 OSPF had command already configured and at last question the configuration was changed (OSPFv3 was in fact configured under interface but with a wrong area e.g area 4 instead of 0 and that was why neighborship with BR could not be established- you have to correct it manually)
    3) RIPv2 – one or two questions, I don’t really remember, were different, just be careful, the way to come up with the right answer is to check running-config carefully nothing to panic about.
    4) EIGRP Troubleshouting , questions were the same, however answers were all (or 3 out of them ) different, check carefully (e.g some different networks commands were missing-do not remember which ones, K values were mismatched and traffic was EQUALLY load balanced)
    5) Access-list 2 -> be careful on the host it asks and also it gives you all the IP destination addresses you needed
    6) ACL 1 was also modified a bit (in 1st question the trick is that instead of changing the ACL to do what it asks to, you just have to use the same ACL but instead of outbound it has to be indbound- of course they give you as an option such an answer .

    General advice:
    1) Study carefully from books or tutorial videos and try to understand all the concepts as well as possible
    2) Use 9TUT material to review what you know and practice
    3) Do not try to maaemorize labs/sims answers, try to understand fully the concept so you can answer correctly fwefand think critically –daa memorizing anything apart from maybe some D&Ds can be a disaster tocdedfwe your result. BE CRITICAL :)
    4) Again, key to success is to use 9TUT as a way to practice and understand technologies and Cisco categories of questions better – AGAIN DO NOT MEMORIZE questions because labs are being modified !

  39. hisuka
    June 16th, 2018

    just got out of the exam room and passed the exam 8xx/1000 passing grade is 810

    13 years ago I took ccna exam and my initial score w/o using any dumps was 937/1000.

    The exam that I got have almost 15 – 20 new questions and just around 25 to 30 questions coming from 9tut.

    There are a lot of questions that are contrasting on the answers here and 9tut and chines dumps.

    On Simulations I got 8 – 9 acl acl3 mod eirp egrp gre dhcp vlan ospfv6 etc..

    Be carefull as the answers are now different but the scenarios are almost same.

    Example: in Eigrp you see the answer same in 9tut but if you check the configs that is not the answer. So need to really check the configs.

    A pass is a pass anyway and I’m glad. At least I’m certified again and now ontrack again on reclaiming my CCNP then CCIE.

    I suggest to those who are taking exam next week, think again and maybe just wait for new dumps. The exam is hard not kidding.

  40. Anonymous
    June 16th, 2018

    Passed yesterday (980/1000)
    My email below to get dumps
    leop9600 @ gmail . com

  41. Lauren
    June 16th, 2018

    @rcsc

    I do not remember exactly the details but the configuration was different.
    I can explain at high level the concept behind the question you ask from what I remember:

    There is an applied inbound ACL for instance (random example) allowing ICMP traffic and NOT allowing Telnet let’s say. It asks you how to allow ICMP traffic and DO NOT let Telnet traffic and I realized that I just had to change the interface from inbound to outbound because it was wrongly configured. Of course that kind of choice was an option among the possible answers you could choose.

    I hope I helped,

    Good luck

  42. Anonymous
    June 16th, 2018

    Hey People, I passed the Exam today with 9xx/1000. Thanks to 9tut and Youki, 90% of questions were from it.
    For Labs, I got DHCP Sim, EIGRP GRE Sim, GRE Multilink Sim, EIGRP TS Sim, Access List Sim (MCQ one) and VLAN configuration Sim.
    Access list Sim and DHCP sims were same, no changes in it. Other had slight changes so you have to look carefully.
    Hope this helps, All the best.

  43. trends
    June 16th, 2018

    @Anonymous

    congratulations, for labs/sims what are the differences you got on your exam and and in 9tut?

    thanks

  44. BB
    June 17th, 2018

    I was hoping someone can answer this…Lets say the CCNA test has 53 questions…You take a Simlet that has 5 questions in it…Does the Simlet count as 5 questions (Now you have 48 left) or does it count as 1 question (now you have 52 left)?

  45. sunaina
    June 17th, 2018

    @youki
    do you have any idea on CCNA Security Exam like how many DNDS, mcqs , TSHOOT LAB SIMS AND LAB CONFIGURATIONS ARE GOING TO APPEAR FOR CCNA SECURITY 210-260 EXAM

    Kindly look into my message youki and all members

  46. Anonymous
    June 17th, 2018

    @trends

    I don’t remember the differences precisely but don’t worry about it. Changes are minor and all you have to do is type “sh run” and check each option. So I would recommend checking things carefully.

    Good luck.

  47. Arko
    June 17th, 2018

    What is the right option, A or C ? please help. I got the same question different question.

    Which cloud service is typically used to provide DNS and DHCP services to an enterprise?

    A. IaaS
    B. DaaS
    C. SaaS
    D. PaaS

  48. trends
    June 17th, 2018

    @Arko

    C is right answer

  49. lotfi
    June 17th, 2018

    QUESTION 145
    Which are the three major components of cisco network virtualization? (Choose Three.)
    A. network access control
    B. path isolation
    C. virtual network services
    D. policy enforcement
    E. authentication services
    F. network resilience

    Correct Answer: ABD

    QUESTION 145
    What are the three major components of cisco network virtualization? (Choose Three.)
    A. network access control
    B. path isolation
    C. virtual network services
    D. policy enforcement

    Correct Answer: ABC

    QUESTION 137(pdf)
    A network engineer wants to allow a temporary entry for a remote user with a specific username and
    password so that the user can access the entire network over the internet. Which ACL can be used?
    A. reflexive
    B. extended
    C. standard
    D. dynamic

    Correct Answer: D

    QUESTION 137(ETE player)
    A network engineer wants to allow a temporary entry for a remote user with a specific usename and password so that the user can access the entire network over the internet.
    Which ACL can be used?
    A. reflexive
    B. extended
    C. standard
    D. dynamic

    Correct Answer: A
    QUESTION 202
    Which three technical services support cloud computing?
    A. network-monitored power sources
    B. layer 3 network routing
    C. ip localization
    D. redundant connections
    E. VPN connectivity
    F. extended SAN services

    Correct Answer: DEF

    QUESTION 202
    Which three technical services support cloud computing?
    A. network-monitored power sources
    B. layer 3 network routing
    C. ip localization
    D. redundant connections
    E. VPN connectivity
    F. extended SAN services

    Correct Answer: ADF

    QUESTION 186 (pdf)
    Which statement about SNMPv2 is true?
    A. Its privacy algorithms use MD5 encryption by default.
    B. it requires passwords to be encrypyed.
    C. Its authetication and privacy algorithms are enable without default values.
    D. It requires passwords at least eight characters en length.

    Correct Answer: C
    QUESTION 186 (ete-player)
    Which statement about SNMPv2 is true?
    A. Its privacy algorithms use MD5 encryption by default.
    B. it requires passwords to be encrypyed.
    C. Its authetication and privacy algorithms are enable without default values.
    D. It requires passwords at least eight characters en length.

    Correct Answer: A

    QUESTION 181(pdf)
    When troubleshooting client DNS issues, which two task must you perform? (Choose two)
    A. Ping a public website IP address.
    B. Ping the DNS Server.
    C. Determine whether a DHCP address has been assigned.
    D. Determine whether the hardware address is correct.
    E. Determine whether the name servers have been configured.

    Correct Answer: BC

    QUESTION 181(ete-player)
    When troubleshooting client DNS issues, which two task must you perform? (Choose two)
    A. Ping a public website IP address.
    B. Ping the DNS Server.
    C. Determine whether a DHCP address has been assigned.
    D. Determine whether the hardware address is correct.
    E. Determine whether the name servers have been configured

    Correct Answer: BE

    QUESTION 158(PDF)
    Describe the best way to troubleshoot and isolate a network problem?
    A. Create an action plan
    B. Implement an action plan
    C. Gather facts
    D. Change on variable at a time

    Correct Answer: B

    QUESTION 158(eteplayer)
    Describe the best way to troubleshoot and isolate a network problem?
    A. Create an action plan
    B. Implement an action plan
    C. Gather facts
    D. Change on variable at a time

    Correct Answer: B

    QUESTION 3(pdf)
    What are two requirements for an HSRP group? (Choose two.)
    A. exactly one active router
    B. one or more standby routers
    C. one or more backup virtual routers
    D. exactly one standby active router
    E. exactly one backup virtual router

    Correct Answer: AB

    QUESTION 3(ete)
    What are two requirements for an HSRP group? (Choose two.)
    A. exactly one active router
    B. one or more standby routers
    C. one or more backup virtual routers
    D. exactly one standby active router
    E. exactly one backup virtual router

    Correct Answer: AC

    QUESTION 158
    Describe the best way to troubleshoot and isolate a network problem?
    A. Create an action plan
    B. Implement an action plan
    C. Gather facts
    D. Change on variable at a time

    Correct Answer: B

    QUESTION 158
    Describe the best way to troubleshoot and isolate a network problem?
    A. Create an action plan
    B. Implement an action plan
    C. Gather facts
    D. Change on variable at a time

    Correct Answer: c

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