Networking Devices and Initial Configuration Module 10.4.3 The Cisco IOS Command Line Quiz Answers
1. Match the description with the associated IOS mode.
2. Which command can an administrator execute to determine what interface a router will use to reach remote networks?
- show arp
- show interfaces
- show ip route
- show protocols
3. Which command will provide information about the status of all interfaces including the number of giants, runts, and collisions on the interface?
- show interfaces
- show ip interface brief
- show history
- show running-config
4. Which keys act as a hot key combination that is used to interrupt an IOS process?
5. What function does pressing the Tab key have when entering a command in IOS?
- It aborts the current command and returns to configuration mode.
- It exits configuration mode and returns to user EXEC mode.
- It moves the cursor to the beginning of the next line.
- It completes the remainder of a partially typed word in a command.
6. Which command or key combination allows a user to return to the previous level in the command hierarchy?
7. Match the definitions to their respective CLI hot keys and shortcuts.
8. Which two statements are true regarding the user EXEC mode? (Choose two.)
- All router commands are available.
- Global configuration mode can be accessed by entering the enable command.
- The device prompt for this mode ends with the ‘>’ symbol.
- Interfaces and routing protocols can be configured.
- Only some aspects of the router configuration can be viewed.
9. A network administrator is working on a Cisco router. The CLI prompt is Router1(config-if)#. Which operation is the administrator likely to configure next?
- the vty lines
- a LAN interface
- the console port
- the password that is required to access the privileged EXEC mode
10. In the show running-config command, which part of the syntax is represented by running-config?
- the command
- a keyword
- a variable
- a prompt
11. A network administrator issues the Switch(config)# Interface FastEthernet 0/1 command on a Cisco switch. Which term is used to describe the “0/1” part in the command?
- hot key