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ICND1 – Troubleshooting 2

June 10th, 2017 in ICND1 100-105 Go to comments

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Explanation

A late collision is defined as any collision that occurs after the first 512 bits of the frame have been transmitted. The usual possible causes are full-duplex/half-duplex mismatch, exceeded Ethernet cable length limits, or defective hardware such as incorrect cabling, non-compliant number of hubs in the network, or a bad NIC.

Late collisions should never occur in a properly designed Ethernet network. They usually occur when Ethernet cables are too long or when there are too many repeaters in the network.

Reference: https://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/internetworking/troubleshooting/guide/tr1904.html

Comments (10) Comments
  1. blah
    August 6th, 2017

    1 looks like F to me 😐

  2. Bambus
    August 12th, 2017

    Why in question 3 we have B instead of C?

  3. Router11
    August 16th, 2017

    Can we please have an explanation to Q1?
    Thanks you

  4. Router11
    August 16th, 2017

    Can we please have an explanation to Q4?
    Thanks you

  5. Nstudy
    August 17th, 2017

    #2 is it supposed to be R2 bottom in exhibit?

  6. Nstudy
    August 17th, 2017

    @ Router 11
    The configuration mode is BHM router, so it is S 0/0 needs to be up.

  7. Nstudy
    August 17th, 2017

    @ Bambus
    The configuration mode is BHM router, so it is S 0/0 needs to be up

    @Router 11
    The ip address is supposed to be same network each ends..so it needs to be changed first.

  8. Johnny
    August 17th, 2017

    @9tut

    #2 its should say R2 not R1 on the bottom configuration, please fix.

  9. Anonymous
    August 20th, 2017

    Hi, in Q4, if the cable is not correctly plugged in, wouldn’t be both status down?
    Thanks,

  10. ed
    October 12th, 2017

    Q4 is b