CCNP Switch FAQ: Logging Switch Activity

CCNP Switch FAQ: Logging Switch Activity

Q1. Which one of the following syslog severity levels would generate the most types of logging messages?
a. Emergencies
b. Alerts
c. Critical
d. Warnings
e. Informational

Answer:E
Figure: Syslog Severity Levels

Q2. Thelogging trap 0 command sends logging messages to which one of the following destinations?
a. Switch console
b. Internal buffer
c. SNMP server
d. Syslog server
e. Nowhere; logging is disabled

Answer:D

Q3. If you have configured a switch to send logging messages to an internal buffer, which one of the following commands will let you review the buffer contents?
a. show logging buffer
b. show buffer logging
c. show logging
d. show event log

Answer:C

Q4. Which one of the following syslog severity levels will generate only messages about the most critical or severe events?
a. 0
b. 1
c. 5
d. 7
e. 10

Answer:A

Q5. Which one of the following protocols is used to synchronize time between networked devices?
a. TSP
b. NTP
c. STP
d. RTP

Answer:B

Q6. Which one of the following time servers is considered to be the most accurate?
a. Stratum 0
b. Stratum 1
c. Stratum 10
d. Stratum 100

Answer:B

Q7. Suppose you configure a switch with the commandntp server 192.168.100.100 . Which one of the following is a true statement?
a. The switch will become only an NTP client.
b. The switch will become only an NTP server.
c. The switch will become both an NTP server and an NTP client.
d. The switch will not use NTP until you enter thentp enable command.

Answer:C

Q8. Which one of the following answers correctly describes SNTP?
a. Secure Network Time Protocol
b. Simplified Network Time Protocol
c. Syslog Network Time Protocol
d. Switched Network Time Protocol

Answer:B

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