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The new ICND1 100-105 exam has come to replace the old ICND1 100-101 exam. This exam is new so it will need some time to put up materials for this exam. In the meantime, we create the “Share your ICND1 v3.0 Experience” for everyone to share their experience after taking this exam.

Please share with us your experience after taking the new ICND1 100-105 exam, your materials, the way you learned, your recommendations…

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  1. Michael
    March 14th, 2017

    @MUQ thank u very much for confirming.

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    March 14th, 2017

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  4. Datalink
    March 15th, 2017

    Hi everyone! Does ICND1 have to do any configurations? or is everything just show commands?

  5. aa
    March 15th, 2017

    just show commend

  6. Packet
    March 15th, 2017

    I noticed there were conflicting answers in Rob’s file for this question:

    Which dynamic routing protocol uses only the
    hop count to determine the best path to a
    destination?
    A. IGRP
    B. RIP
    C. EIGRP
    D. OSPF

    Answer is: RIP
    http://www.ciscopress.com/articles/article.asp?p=2180208&seqNum=9

    “The following lists some dynamic protocols and the metrics they use:
    Routing Information Protocol (RIP): Hop count
    Open Shortest Path First (OSPF): Cisco routers use a cost based on cumulative bandwidth from source to destination
    Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP): Bandwidth, delay, load, reliability”

  7. Packet
    March 15th, 2017

    Which MTU size can cause a baby giant error?
    A. 1500
    B. 9216
    C. 1600
    D. 1518

    Answer: C
    Explanation: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/switches/catalyst-4000-series-switches/29805-175.html

  8. Packet
    March 15th, 2017

    Which statement about routing protocols is
    true?

    A. Link-state routing protocols choose a path
    by the number of hops to the destination.
    B. OSPF is a link-state routing protocol.
    C. Distance-vector routing protocols use the
    Shortest Path First algorithm.
    D. IS-IS is a distance-vector routing protocol.

    B. OSPF is a link-state routing protocol.

    Explanation:”Link state protocols send information about directly connected links to all the routers in the network. Examples of Link state routing protocols include OSPF – Open Shortest Path First and IS-IS – Intermediate System to Intermediate System.”

  9. Dont Spam
    March 15th, 2017

    @Packet. Please review the questions as I suggested before.

    Which MTU size can cause a baby giant error?
    A. 1500
    B. 9216
    C. 1600
    D. 1518

    Ethernet frame size refers to the whole Ethernet frame, including the header and the trailer while MTU size refers only to Ethernet payload. Baby giant frames refer to Ethernet frame size up to 1600 bytes, and jumbo frame refers to Ethernet frame size up to 9216 bytes (according to this link: http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/switches/catalyst-4000-series-switches/29805-175.html)

    For example, standard Ethernet frame MTU is 1500 bytes. This does not include the Ethernet header and Cyclic Redundancy Check (CRC) trailer, which is 18 bytes in length, to make the total Ethernet frame size of 1518.

    So according to strict definition, MTU size of 1600 cannot be classified as baby giant frames as the whole Ethernet frames will surely larger than 1600 -> Answer C is not correct.

    Answer D is a better choice as the MTU is 1518, so the whole Ethernet frame would be 1536 (1518 + 18 Ethernet header and CRC trailer). This satisfies the requirement of baby giant frames “Baby giant frames refer to Ethernet frame size up to 1600 bytes”.

  10. MIDO
    March 15th, 2017

    Can I have dumps for icnd1 I have an exam on the 22 of March

  11. Mathambo
    March 15th, 2017

    Which MTU size can cause a baby giant error?
    A. 1500
    B. 9216
    C. 1600
    D. 1518

    is the answer C or D

    please help me out , Thank you

  12. Don’t Spam
    March 15th, 2017

    @Mathambo, the answer is D

  13. Ript
    March 16th, 2017

    Did CCENT (100-105) exam this week. The DHCP lab sim and the security testlet shown at 9tut were both in the exam but the config/settings were different. Answers shown at 9tut will be wrong if you just memorise the examples here. Study and understand the general principles explained here and you will be able to interpret the different configurations in the exam.

  14. Don’t Spam
    March 16th, 2017

    @Ript. Thanks. Did you pass.

  15. Johannes Mbangu
    March 16th, 2017

    If you are prepared and know what you are doing, you will pass.

  16. John
    March 16th, 2017

    Which commands do we need for these sims? From what I have seen show running-config is the one mostly used

  17. can someone pleaes help me with this one
    March 16th, 2017

    Which RFC was created to alleviate the depletion of IPv4 public addresses?

    A. RFC 4193
    B. RFC 1519
    C. RFC 1518
    D. RFC 1918

    Answer: C

  18. Glad to move on!!!
    March 16th, 2017

    Pass ICND1 with a 9XX, the information and resources on the 9tut premium side is invaluable. Do yourself a favor, pay for the premium membership ($9). Can’t add anything new that hasn’t already been said. Read and understand the concepts, build labs, learn the show commands, protocols, etc. Utilize the quizzes, simulators and review the question on the premium 9tut side to reinforce what you have learned. Always research answers to the questions, know the answer and not memorize them. I’m off to ICND2, good luck to all and never give up on your goals.

  19. jay
    March 16th, 2017

    i little remember a question about
    what is default of NTP
    1 option was stratum 5
    1 was stratum 1
    and 2 more
    and 1 more new question about DHCP default
    thats what i remember
    and i m trying to find these questions but i cant find them

  20. aa
    March 16th, 2017

    @Glad to move on !!!
    295Q still valid ?

  21. aa
    March 16th, 2017

    the pass-leader site updated questions to 321Q
    http://www.passleader.com/catalogsearch/result/?q=100-105

  22. aa
    March 16th, 2017

    so gays can i take the test next Tuesday with 295Q or i have to buy the new update

  23. NicVent
    March 17th, 2017
  24. Expert
    March 17th, 2017

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  25. Navigator
    March 17th, 2017

    Pass ICND1 today with 9xx. Thank you 9tut. Guys, all you need is here, and manny thanks to @Rob and @Answers for the combined Q&A. Good luck to all!
    !

  26. Don’t Spam
    March 17th, 2017

    @ Navigator, what sims did you get?

  27. Aa
    March 17th, 2017

    @Navigator. Does there any new questions? And could you share your dump please

  28. edvin
    March 18th, 2017

    can anyone email to me latest question {email not allowed}

    thx in advance

  29. edvin
    March 18th, 2017

    can anyone email to me latest question edvin1989_yahoo.com
    thx in advance

  30. Pascal
    March 18th, 2017

    This is straight from my ICND 1 Study book that I got from Cisco Network Academy.
    Reference to “Which RFC was created to alleviate the depletion of IPv4 public addresses?”

    In February 1996, IETF published RFC 1918, ”Address Allocation for Private Internets,” to both ease the accelerating depletion of globally routable IP addresses and provide companies an alternative to using arbitrary IP addresses.

    I ask my instructor the conflict of thinking this was RFC 1518 vs 1918. He replied with this, “You paid to learn what right looks like. Me ,as a CISCO employee, gets paid to teacher what right looks. What are your questions?” ******SILENCE*****

    So my assessment after reading the ICND 1 Study Guide and a covert way of answering the question I’m pretty sure the answer is:
    1918

    This was a stomp your foot 3 times (hint, hint, hint) during review too.

    But hey feel free to go in your own direction. This was me adding my 2 cents. Either way I wish you all “GOOD LUCK!!!” on the journey to achieve CCNA.

    I will test next Tuesday….

  31. me
    March 18th, 2017

    there was a question about a feature when enabled the Cisco express forwarding (CEF) is disabled automatically . can’t remember the choices .

    another question I remember
    what is the prefix of a unique local IPV6 address ?
    A) 00000000
    B)11111110
    C)11111111
    D)11111100

    The answer is D . explanation the local IPV6 Address start with FC00 in hex . covert to binary it will give you 11111100

    I took the exam last month and this was one of the questions and got 837

  32. me
    March 18th, 2017

    another question

    if you have two departments in a company how can you segregate them into two broadcast domains ?
    answer : put them in two different VLANS . ( can’t remember other choices)

  33. 100-105
    March 18th, 2017

    Passed the exam yesterday studied only from here and concepts from cbt around 8 to 10 questions were different if you have the concepts you can get it through. simulations were similar like DHCP and router and switch.
    Remeber configs were different in both simulations but the options were same so you have to observe the configs carefully.
    Got a question for NTP was ” which statement is true for NTP” and option were like
    1. the default source address is same of interface connected to the server router
    2. default stratum is 1
    forgot the options i choose option 1 not sure if its right or wrong

  34. Packet
    March 18th, 2017

    Which value is indicated by the next hop in a routing table?
    A. preference of the route source
    B. IP address of the remote router for forwarding the packets
    C. how the route was learned
    D. exit interface IP address for forwarding the packets

    Although 9tut says it’s B. I think it’s D.
    Answer: D.

    http://www.ciscopress.com/articles/article.asp?p=2180210&seqNum=12
    “Outgoing interface: Identifies the exit interface to use to forward a packet toward the final destination.”

  35. Packet
    March 18th, 2017

    @100-105 congrats and thanks for sharing!

  36. Packet
    March 18th, 2017

    @me yes, I think you’re right with that question

  37. Packet
    March 18th, 2017

    I’m not entirely sure of the question “Which value is indicated by the next hop in a routing table?” so please confirm. Thanks!

  38. Packet
    March 18th, 2017

    @Pascal In my opinion, it would not be 1918 b/c RFC 1918 facilitates expansion of the usable number of IP addresses available under IPV4. Specifically Address Allocation for Private IPs. In the question we are looking for public IPs.

    I think it is either 1518 or 1519. I’m not sure which though

  39. Datalink
    March 18th, 2017

    Which statement describes the effect of this configuration?
    Router#configure terminal
    Router(config)#vlan 10
    Router(config-vlan)#do show vlan

    A The VLAN 10 VTP configuration is displayed.
    B VLAN 10 spanning-tree output is displayed.
    C The VLAN 10 configuration is saved when the router exits VLAN configuration mode.
    D VLAN 10 is added to the VLAN database.

    Is the answer D or C?

  40. Packet
    March 18th, 2017

    I think it is C because when you do:

    “Router(config-vlan)# end
    or
    Router(vlan)# exit”

    it updates the VLAN database and returns to privileged
    EXEC mode.

    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/switches/lan/catalyst6500/ios/12-2SXF/native/configuration/guide/swcg/vlans.pdf (page 18)

  41. Foryoursa
    March 19th, 2017

    For anyone that is curious I have just completed the ICND1 week long course. It was fairly useful, the instructor was very knowledgeable and could answer most questions. The course involved lots of labs

  42. Foryoursa
    March 19th, 2017

    And lots of hands on work. All the concepts were assumed like subnetting, normal IP routing, basic commands and a fair bit of previous routing experience. I would not take this course if you were looking to learning new things rather id take it if you wanted to review topics and confirm knowledge.

  43. Pascal
    March 19th, 2017

    @Packet okay i understand your thought process.

    Take out ”Address Allocation for Private Internets,” in the statement.

    Then please explain the “ease the accelerating depletion of globally routable IP addresses” part for me. I read globally as public ip addresses

    Original test question: “Which RFC was created to alleviate the depletion of IPv4 public addresses?”

    In February 1996, IETF published RFC 1918, ”Address Allocation for Private Internets,” to both ease the accelerating depletion of globally routable IP addresses and provide companies an alternative to using arbitrary IP addresses.

    Your thoughts please…

  44. Packet
    March 19th, 2017

    @Pascal. Hmmm you bring up a good point because private addresses do not have any global meaning. However, the article could be addressing that since there is now an allocation for private addresses the public ones are not as used as much. Therefore it eases the depletion of globally routable addresses (most likely referencing public address).

    So my final thought is that although it does indirectly help alleviate public address RFC 1918 is not the best choice since there are other choices that directly help alleviate the issue. For example, “the RFC 1518 is Classless Interdomain Routing (CIDR). Therefore, CIDR is a mechanism developed to help alleviate the problem of exhaustion of IP addresses and growth of routing tables.”

    I think for this question Cisco is looking for the best choice not just the completely correct choice. Since most of RFC choices to some extent help alleviate the problem.

  45. Datalink
    March 19th, 2017

    @Packet for the question you posted:

    Which value is indicated by the next hop in a routing table?
    A. preference of the route source
    B. IP address of the remote router for forwarding the packets
    C. how the route was learned
    D. exit interface IP address for forwarding the packets

    I don’t think it is D. I think the answer is B because the next hop is on the remote router not on the router that the packet is currently leaving.

    Also thanks for answering my question!

  46. Anonymous
    March 20th, 2017

    test

  47. Don’t Spam
    March 20th, 2017

    @ DataLink, for the question that you asked, the answer is D VLAN 10 is added to the VLAN database. There is no “Exit” command listed so it can’t be C.

  48. Pl413r
    March 20th, 2017

    @Datalink
    Its B
    Would be D if it was “exit interface (name or id) for forwarding the packets”

  49. YM
    March 20th, 2017

    New 100-105 Exam Questions Updated Recently (17/Mar/2017):

    NEW QUESTION 297
    Which two VLANs are reserved for system use only? (Choose two.)

    A. 1
    B. 4095
    C. 4096
    D. 0
    E. 1001

    Answer: BD
    Explanation:
    The VLANs 0 and 4095 are reserved by the IEEE 802.1Q standard and you cannot create, delete, or modify them so they are the correct answers.
    Note:
    – VLAN 0 and 4095 are reserved for system use only. You cannot see or use these VLANs.
    – VLAN 1 and VLANs 1002-1005 are default VLANs. Default VLANs are created automatically and cannot be configured or deleted by users.
    – VLAN 2 to 1001 are normal VLANs. You can create, use and delete them.
    – VLAN 1002 to 1005 are normal VLANs too but Cisco reserved for FDDI an Token Ring.

    NEW QUESTION 298
    ……

    NEW QUESTION 299
    Which name describes an IPV6 host-enable tunneling technique that uses IPV4 UDP does not require dedicated gateway tunnels, and can pass through existing IPV4 NAT gateways?

    A. dual stack XX
    B. dynamic
    C. Tered
    D. Manual 6 to 4

    Answer: C

    NEW QUESTION 300
    Which sequence begins a unique local IPv6 address in binary notation?

    A. 00000000
    B. 1111110
    C. 1111100
    D. 1111111

    Answer: B

    NEW QUESTION 301
    Which statement about 6to4 tunneling is true?

    A. One tunnel endpoint must be configured with IPv4 only
    B. It establishes a point-to-point tunnel
    C. Both tunnel endpoints must be configured with IPv4 only
    D. Both tunnel endpoints must support IPv4 and IPv6

    Answer: D

    NEW QUESTION 302
    What is true about ipv6 unique local addresses:

    A. Global id
    B. Public routable
    C. Summarization
    D. Unique prefix

    Answer: D

    NEW QUESTION 303
    ……

    NEW QUESTION 304
    How many primary ipv4 addresses can be assigned on router interface?

    A. 0
    B. 1
    C. 4
    D. Unlimited

    Answer: B

    NEW QUESTION 305
    Which command is used to build DHCP pool?

    A. ipdhcp conflict
    B. ipdhcp-server pool DHCP
    C. ipdhcp pool DHCP
    D. ipdhcp-client pool DHCP

    Answer: C

    NEW QUESTION 306
    ……

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  50. YM
    March 20th, 2017

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  51. Datalink
    March 20th, 2017

    New question!!!

    Drag and drop on cable type and category (Match group 1 with group 2).

    Group 1:
    Coaxial
    Fiber Optic
    Crossover Cable
    Twisted-Pair

    Group 2:
    BASE5
    BASE5-BX
    Same type technology
    10/100/1000Mbs

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  53. Datalink
    March 20th, 2017

    Coaxial———–>BASE5
    Fiber Optic———–>BASE5-BX
    Crossover Cable———–>Same type technology
    Twisted-Pair———–>10/100/1000Mbs

  54. Alex Yen
    March 20th, 2017

    @YM

    Great! Thanks for sharing the newest 100-105 Qs.

    I just come back from my actual 100-105 test, and finally passed my ICND1 100-105 exam.

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  55. mido
    March 20th, 2017

    @ALEX cn i pliz have any new questions if u got any my exam is
    on wednesday

  56. Passed
    March 20th, 2017

    Passed ICND 100-105
    Studied Latest dumps from below link
    https://docs.google.com/uc?export=download&id=0BwepsouMuqCjUnBBcFpWaVFFcEU

  57. cstrl
    March 20th, 2017

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  58. Packet
    March 20th, 2017

    @Pascal I was thinking about your question from before and the answer is RFC 1918 in reference to “Which RFC was created to alleviate the depletion of IPv4 public addresses?”. Your explanation is correct. I asked other people and everyone agreed with you.

  59. VTY
    March 21st, 2017

    I want to thank this community for how much they have helped me. 9tut premium was definitely valuable. As well as @Rob’s and @Answer’s pdf (you can find it around comment pages 19-20)!! Again thank you to everyone who has shared. That pdf as well as 9tut premium is completely valid. The Sims on the exam are DHCP and Security (router and a switch). Please don’t forget that when the banner says welcome that is wrong!

    Furthermore I agree with packet and pascal rfc 1918 is the answer to “Which RFC was created to alleviate the depletion of IPv4 public addresses?”

  60. rd23
    March 21st, 2017

    @ ym
    NEW QUESTION 300
    Which sequence begins a unique local IPv6 address in binary notation?

    A. 00000000
    B. 1111110
    C. 1111100
    D. 1111111

    Answer: B
    correct answer is c as ipv6 unique local address is fc00::/7 when we convert it into binary 11111100
    84218421
    hexadecimal
    A 10
    B 11
    C 12
    D 13
    E 14
    F 15

  61. Mike
    March 21st, 2017

    Hi guys I have exam on 28th March 2017 anyone done the ICND1 recently and come across areas of emphasis? Thanks. I will report back next week!

  62. Pascal
    March 21st, 2017

    @Packet Brother let me tell you something…. Your are awesome! People like you make this forum AWESOME! Thank you for following up brother and thank you for sharing your knowledge base.

  63. Nickname
    March 21st, 2017

    Along with NAT (network address tunneling), RFC 1918 facilitates expansion of the usable number of IP addresses available under IPV4, as a stopgap solution to prevent the exhaustion of public IPs available before the adoption of IPV6.

    http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/RFC-1918

  64. Nickname
    March 21st, 2017

    Unique Local Addresses
    Site-local addresses provide a private addressing alternative to using global addresses for intranet traffic. However, because the site-local address prefix can be used to address multiple sites within an organization, a site-local address prefix and address can be duplicated and require a zone ID to specify the destination site. The ambiguity of site-local addresses in an organization adds complexity and difficulty for applications, routers, and network managers. For more information, see section 2 of RFC 3879.
    To replace site-local addresses with a new type of address that is private to an organization, yet unique across all of the sites of the organization, RFC 4193 defines unique local IPv6 unicast addresses.
    The unique local address has the following structure:
    The first 7 bits are set at the fixed binary value of 1111110. All unique local addresses have the address prefix FC00::/7.

    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb726995.aspx

  65. Pascal
    March 22nd, 2017

    @Packet. Help me put this one to rest brother….

    Which MTU size can cause a baby giant error?
    A. 1500
    B. 9216
    C. 1600
    D. 1518
    Answer: D

    Meaning that to avoid Baby Giant errors you have to issue command “Router(config)#system mtu 1552”. This in turn will give you a buffer of up to 1600 MTU, after that it enters Jumbo Giant territory. Without issuing that command you will have Baby Giant errors after 1518.

    Baby giant frames refer to Ethernet frame size up to 1600 bytes, and jumbo frame refers to Ethernet frame size up to 9216 bytes. Baby and Jumbo Frame Support on Catalyst 4000 Switches. Catalyst 4000 Switch Software.Mar 24, 2005

    Troubleshooting Baby Giant/Jumbo Frames in Catalyst 4000/4500 …
    http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/switches/catalyst-4000-series…/29805-175.html

    Feed back please……….

  66. Athini
    March 22nd, 2017

    Good day all
    can some one help me with the link or site to download packet tracer for simulations I am preparing for ICND1

  67. ticktock
    March 22nd, 2017

    @Nickname I have found this, and the logic and math work out in regards to the Binary Notation of a IPv6 unique local address:

    IPv6 Unique Local addresses are the addresses which can be used inside an enterprise company at multiple sites. IPv6 Unique Local Addresses are defined in IETF RFC 4193 and reserved with a range of FC00::/7. A range of FC00::/7 means that IPv6 Unique Local addresses begin with 7 bits with exact binary pattern as 1111 110L.

    If the value of single binary bit “L” is set to 1, the Unique local IPv6 multicast address is locally assigned. The value 0 may be defined in the future. So we can have two Unique Local IPv6 Unicast Addresse prefixes. 1111 1100 (FC in hexadecimals) and 1111 1101 (FD in hexadecimals).

    If anyone can give insight that would be great.

  68. Archy
    March 22nd, 2017

    @Athini go to netacad (dot) com and look for “Packet Tracer” under the “About Us” section.

    Registration is free and there are even free introduction courses to PacketTracer.

  69. Packet
    March 23rd, 2017

    @Pascal the answer is D! I asked my ccent instructor and he agreed as well.
    @ticktock I believe the answer is 1111 1100 because if you convert it that is what it directly translates too.

    @Athini I just took the exam and there were no configurations on the exam. Everything was just show run commands. My simulations were dhcp sim and the security sim. You can find both of those on this site. The security sim is exactly the same (same answers and configurations). The dhcp sim had the same answer choices but different configurations.

    For everyone else taking the exam the types questions I received focused mostly on routing and MAC address flooding. I had one subnet question dealing with /23. The binary questions asked by @tictock came up. As well as the rfc question asked by @pascal.

    The most recent passleader questions that were circulating in the comments above are still valid BUT the answers to some questions are wrong so try to reason out each question. Good luck everyone!!!

    Special thank you to 9tut and everyone on this forum for posting about their experience and answering my questions. Huge shoutout to @Rob and @Answers!!

  70. Packet
    March 23rd, 2017

    Last thing! To those who are new to the exam: before you actually start the actual test Cisco gives you a tutorial on how to answer the questions. It takes like 5 minutes to complete and is not graded. However Cisco gives you about 12 minutes to complete it (this time is not part of the actual exam time). So what I did during this time is write down my subnetting chart and any other things I would want to remember (like ospf is 110 in administrative distance).

  71. Packet
    March 23rd, 2017

    Last thing for real this time haha! There was one question that might trip people up. It asks about with routing protocol has an AD of 90 and then gives you the representation symbols as choices. The answer is AD of 90 is Egirip which is symbolized by the letter D.

    Good luck everyone!

  72. Mike
    March 23rd, 2017

    @packet thanks for help I will try to remember as much as possible about my exam next week so I can tell you guys best areas to study.

  73. Mathambo
    March 23rd, 2017

    hello guys, i wrote my icnd1 yesterday and passed with 8.. , thank you for your help.

  74. Mike
    March 23rd, 2017

    @Mathambo…can you recall which questions were there? Thanks.

  75. ticktock
    March 23rd, 2017

    @Packet Well done!!!

  76. Anonymous
    March 23rd, 2017

    Passed today, got a few new questions but totally passable.
    I used the dumps from this fb group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1770793659914990/

    Good luck!

  77. Don’t Spam
    March 23rd, 2017

    @ Anonymous, bought an itlibraries exam before; it is waste of time and money.

  78. Pinup
    March 23rd, 2017

    hello all

    Two hosts are attached to a switch with the default configuration. Which statement about the configuration is true?

    A-IP routing must be enabled to allow the two hosts to communicate.
    B-Port security prevents the hosts from connecting to the switch.
    C-The switch must be configured with a VLAN to allow the two hosts to communicate.
    D-The two hosts are in the same broadcast domain.

    alot confused to its D, but any simulate answer its A .

    thank !

  79. Mike
    March 23rd, 2017

    @pinup
    It cant be A as the switch can allow communication via the MAC Table, and the hosts are in the same broadcast domain vlan1 (default configuration) surely? And cant be C for same reason. So A cant be true, ip addressing would only be necessary if hosts were on remote NWs, B isnt true as port security not enabled by default on switch, C not true as the hosts are already both in vlan 1 by default, and for the same reason D must be true. Anyone disagree?

  80. Pinup
    March 23rd, 2017

    ty for explain . well i am right .

  81. dane
    March 23rd, 2017

    @anonymous
    sharing the dump better then sharing the website , for helping !!!!

  82. Archy
    March 23rd, 2017

    Congratulations Packet!

    I’m planning to take it on Sunday morning… here’s hoping!

  83. Rally
    March 24th, 2017

    @ Archy could you share the dumps that you use please

  84. Archy
    March 24th, 2017

    @Rally, I’m just using the dumps posted on page 20… there’s a PDF with two combined dumps, and a word doc with just the second dump:

    PDF: http://www.filedropper.com/100-105updatedasofmarch2017

    Word: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0yzmJzjZkfzc1JPSGtIWDVMdmM/view

    Lots of goodness: http://vceguide.com/cisco/100-105-interconnecting-cisco-networking-devices-part-1/

  85. Archy
    March 24th, 2017

    Also, FYI, I’m going through the PDF trying to clean up the format/font and add some explanations where I feel it’s needed.

  86. Archy
    March 24th, 2017

    *going through the word document.

  87. cstrl
    March 24th, 2017

    Hi. Just passed my exam. 84x points. Not feels so good. Some new questions that haven`t been talked yet. Something about default in NTP (default stratum ?? ). One question was about static route next hop where to use – the answers was stub network for sure. From old questions was what disables CEF, binary uniqe IPV6 – put 11111100 not sure it is ok. I have no drag and drop questions and no counting subnet and networks what was really strange for me. I have DHCP sim but different config, questions and answers so be carrefull.

  88. Mike
    March 24th, 2017

    @cstrl
    Thanks for your info. I just checked the default stratum question, sounds like the question was default stratum value for the ntp master command, which is 1.

  89. JollyRoger
    March 24th, 2017

    Sitting the exam in the morning, will be in touch on how it goes.

  90. Stafford
    March 24th, 2017

    Just passed exam today. Various questions, the dumps helped.

    I cannot remember much..

    Ref NTP stratum, it was asking what measure is used to measure the distance of the NTP server from original source, I answered stratum.

    Good luck for the rest

  91. Athini
    March 25th, 2017

    @stafford
    Congratulations, what dumps did you use ?

  92. Mike
    March 25th, 2017

    @Stafford

    Congrats and thanks for update!

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