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Exam Preparation Tasks
Review All the Key Topics
Review the most important topics from this chapter, noted with the Key Topic icon. Table
1-6 lists these key topics and where each is discussed.
Table 1-6

Key Topics for Chapter 1

Key Topic
Elements

Description

Page
Number

Table 1-3

Provides definitions of same-layer and adjacent-layer interaction 22

Figure 1-10

Shows the general concept of IP routing

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Figure 1-11

Depicts the data link services provided to IP for the purpose of
delivering IP packets from host to host

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Figure 1-13

Five steps to encapsulate data on the sending host

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Figure 1-14

Shows the meaning of the terms segment, packet, and frame

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Figure 1-15

Compares the OSI and TCP/IP network models

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List

Lists the benefits of using a layered networking model

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Figure 1-16

Terminology related to encapsulation

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Definitions of Key Terms
After your first reading of the chapter, try to define these key terms, but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Chapter 23 directs you in how to use
these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam.
adjacent-layer interaction, deencapsulation, encapsulation, frame, networking model,
packet, protocol data unit (PDU), same-layer interaction, segment

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Chapter 2: Fundamentals of Ethernet LANs

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Exam Preparation Tasks
Review All the Key Topics
Review the most important topics from this chapter, noted with the Key Topic icon. Table
2-6 lists these key topics and where each is discussed.
Table 2-6

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Key Topics for Chapter 2

Key Topic Element

Description

Page Number

Figure 2-3

Drawing of a typical wired and wireless enterprise
LAN

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Figure 2-4

Drawing of a typical data center LAN

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Table 2-2

Several types of Ethernet LANs and some details
about each

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Figure 2-10

52
Conceptual drawing of transmitting in one direction
each over two different electrical circuits between two
Ethernet nodes

Figure 2-11

10- and 100-Mbps Ethernet straight-through cable
pinouts

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Figure 2-13

10- and 100-Mbps Ethernet crossover cable pinouts

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Table 2-3

List of devices that transmit on wire pair 1,2 and pair
3,6

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Figure 2-14

Typical uses for straight-through and crossover
Ethernet cables

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Figure 2-16

Format of Ethernet MAC addresses

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List

Definitions of half-duplex and full-duplex

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Figure 2-20

Examples of which interfaces use full-duplex and
which interfaces use half-duplex

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Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory
Print a copy of DVD Appendix I, “Memory Tables,” or at least the section for this chapter,
and complete the tables and lists from memory. DVD Appendix J, “Memory Tables Answer
Key,” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work.

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wired LAN. Ethernet link. crossover cable.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. unicast address. Ethernet port. try to define these key terms. 10BASE-T.64 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. Fast Ethernet. Ethernet frame. straight-through cable. Ethernet address. 1000BASE-T. RJ-45. Frame Check Sequence From the Library of Donald Martinez . Ethernet. Chapter 23. broadcast address. MAC address. 100BASE-T. network interface card (NIC). “Final Review. Gigabit Ethernet. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. IEEE.

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try to define these key terms. DSL modem. “Memory Tables. cable Internet. telco. DSL. Table 3-4 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. and complete the tables and lists from memory. wide-area network (WAN).” or at least the section for this chapter. Chapter 23 directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. noted with the Key Topic icon.86 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. serial interface. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. DVD Appendix J. leased line. Table 3-4 Key Topics for Chapter 3 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Figure 3-4 Typical cabling diagram of CPE for a leased line 73 Figure 3-9 Ethernet over MPLS—physical connections 77 Figure 3-14 Common Internet access links 82 Figure 3-16 Typical DSL cabling at home 83 Figure 3-17 Typical cable Internet cabling at home 84 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I.” includes completed tables and lists to check your work. “Memory Tables Answer Key. HDLC. Ethernet over MPLS From the Library of Donald Martinez .

forward acknowledgment. Table 5-5 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. noted with the Key Topic icon. URL. error recovery. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. try to define these key terms. “Memory Tables. DVD Appendix J. ordered data transfer. “Memory Tables Answer Key.140 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. segment. connection establishment. Table 5-5 Key Topics for Chapter 5 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Table 5-2 Functions of TCP and UDP 120 Table 5-3 Well-known TCP and UDP port numbers 125 Figure 5-5 Example of TCP connection establishment 126 List Definitions of connection-oriented and connectionless 127 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. error detection. flow control. HTTP. web server From the Library of Donald Martinez . VoIP. Chapter 23 directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. and complete the tables and lists from memory. port.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work.” or at least the section for this chapter. sliding windows.

bridges. “Memory Tables Answer Key. and complete the tables and lists from memory. hubs. From the Library of Donald Martinez . noted with the Key Topic icon. and switches 159 List LAN switch actions 165 Figure 6-16 Example of switch forwarding logic 165 Figure 6-17 Example of switch filtering logic 166 Figure 6-18 Example of how a switch learns MAC addresses 167 Figure 6-19 Example of the need for Spanning Tree Protocol (STP) 168 List Some of the benefits of switching 169 List Summary of logic used to forward and filter frames and to learn MAC addresses 169 List Definitions of collision domain and broadcast domain 171 Figure 6-23 Illustration of the concept of a VLAN 172 Table 6-4 Four LAN design feature comparisons with hubs.” also on the DVD. “Memory Tables” (found on the DVD). includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. or at least the section for this chapter. Table 6-6 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. switches. Table 6-6 Key Topics for Chapter 6 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Table 6-2 Comparisons of 10BASE-5 and 10BASE-2 154 Figure 6-7 10BASE-T with a hub 156 List Comparisons of repeaters.Chapter 6: Building Ethernet LANs with Switches 179 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. Appendix J. and routers 174 List Default autonegotiation actions with added Cisco switch logic to sense the speed 177 6 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of Appendix I.

bridge. repeater. “Final Review. switch.180 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. broadcast domain. virtual LAN From the Library of Donald Martinez . broadcast frame. Chapter 23. unknown unicast frame. collision domain. autonegotiation. try to define these key terms. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. flooding. hub.

EXEC mode. noted with the Key Topic icon.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. Chapter 23. global configuration mode. line vty Global command that changes the context to vty configuration mode. From the Library of Donald Martinez . Table 7-8 Key Topics for Chapter 7 Key Topic Element Description Page Number List Default switch console port settings 189 Table 7-6 Common switch configuration modes 203 Table 7-7 Names and purposes of the two main Cisco NX-OS configuration files 205 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. “Memory Tables. “Memory Tables Answer Key. 7 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. try to define these key terms. running config file Command References Table 7-9 lists and briefly describes the configuration commands used in this chapter. and complete the tables and lists from memory. interface Ethernet 1/1).” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. Table 7-8 lists these key topics and where each is discussed.” or at least the section for this chapter. Telnet. DVD Appendix J. Secure Shell (SSH).Chapter 7: Installing and Operating Nexus Switches 211 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. startup config file. “Final Review. Table 7-9 Chapter 7 Configuration Commands Command Mode and Purpose line console Global command that changes the context to console configuration mode. interface ethernet portnumber Global command that changes the context to interface mode (for example. command-line interface (CLI).

Table 8-3 lists these key topics and shows where each is discussed. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. lists the EXEC commands from this chapter. From the Library of Donald Martinez . Chapter 23. “Final Review.” or at least the section for this chapter.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. and complete the tables and lists from memory.230 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. DVD Appendix J. SSH. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. Table 8-8. local username. noted with the Key Topic icon. by general topic. Table 8-3 Key Topics for Chapter 8 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Example 8-1 SSH configuration process 219 Example 8-3 Configuring banner MOTD 221 Example 8-5 Switch static IP address configuration 224 Figure 8-4 Contents of the MAC address table 227 Scenario 1 Communication between S1 and S2 228 Scenario 2 Communication between S1 and S3 228 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. NOTE There is no need to memorize any configuration step list referenced as a key topic. at the very end of the chapter. try to define these key terms. “Memory Tables Answer Key. “Memory Tables. these lists are just study aids. Telnet. VLAN interface Command References Tables 8-4 through 8-7 list the configuration commands used in this chapter.

“Memory Tables Answer Key. VLAN.Chapter 9: VLAN and Trunking Concepts 259 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. trunking administrative mode. VTP server mode.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam.” or at least the section for this chapter. access interface.” includes completed tables and lists to check your work. “Final Review. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. “Memory Tables. noted with the Key Topic icon. 9 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. trunk. VTP client mode. Chapter 23. Table 9-3 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. VTP transparent mode. 802. try to define these key terms.1Q header 248 Figure 9-9 Routing between VLANs with router-on-a-stick 250 Figure 9-10 Routing between VLANs with Layer 3 switch 251 Figure 9-13 Basic VTP Synchronization Example 255 Table 9-2 VTP mode comparisons 258 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. Layer 3 switch. trunking operational mode. VTP. DVD Appendix J.1Q. and complete the tables and lists from memory. trunk interface From the Library of Donald Martinez . Table 9-3 Key Topics for Chapter 9 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Figure 9-2 Basic VLAN concept 244 List Reasons for using VLANs 245 Figure 9-5 Diagram of VLAN trunking 247 Figure 9-6 802.

DVD Appendix J.” or at least the section for this chapter. Table 10-4 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. you should memorize the commands as a side effect of reading the chapter and doing all the activities in this exam preparation section. “Memory Tables. noted with the Key Topic icon. Table 10-4 Key Topics for Chapter 10 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Table 10-2 VLAN creation guidelines 264 List VLAN creation and assignment 265 Table 10-3 Trunking administrative mode options with the switchport mode command 269 Figure 10-3 VTP operation 275 Example 10-5 VTP enablement and verification 276 Figure 10-4 VTP modes and descriptions 277 Figure 10-5 VTP pruning 278 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. and complete the tables and lists from memory. this section does include a reference for the configuration and EXEC commands covered in this chapter. To check and see how well you have memorized the commands as a side effect of your other studies.280 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. and see whether you remember the command.” includes completed tables and lists to check your work. Practically speaking. Table 10-5 Chapter 10 Configuration Command Reference Command Description vlan vlan-id Global config command that both creates the VLAN and puts the CLI into VLAN configuration mode name vlan-name VLAN subcommand that names the VLAN [no] shutdown VLAN mode subcommand that enables (no shutdown) or disables (shutdown) the VLAN From the Library of Donald Martinez . Command Reference to Check Your Memory While you should not necessarily memorize the information in the tables in this section. read the descriptions in the right side. cover the left side of the table with a piece of paper. “Memory Tables Answer Key.

“Final Review. 11 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. EtherChannel. Table 11-11 Key Topics for Chapter 11 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Table 11-2 Lists the three main problems that occur when not using STP 288 in a LAN with redundant links Table 11-3 Lists the reasons why a switch chooses to place an interface into forwarding or blocking state 291 Table 11-4 Lists the most important fields in hello BPDU messages 291 List Logic for the root switch election 294 Figure 11-6 Shows how switches calculate their root cost 295 List Logic for choosing a nonroot switch’s root port 296 Table 11-6 Lists the original and current default STP port costs for various interface speeds 298 Step list A summary description of steady-state STP operations 299 Table 11-7 STP timers 299 List Definitions of what occurs in the listening and learning states 301 Table 11-8 Summary of 802.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. root switch. forward delay. try to define these key terms. DVD Appendix J.1D STP and 802. “Memory Tables.Chapter 11: Spanning Tree Protocol Concepts 309 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter.1D. root port. listening state. noted with the Key Topic icon. “Memory Tables Answer Key. Spanning Tree Protocol (STP). designated port. and complete the tables and lists from memory. blocking state. Rapid STP (RSTP). hello BPDU. bridge protocol data unit (BPDU). learning state. IEEE 802. Chapter 23. root cost. bridge ID.” includes completed tables and lists to check your work.1w.1w RSTP 307 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. backup port. MaxAge. IEEE 802. BPDU Guard. alternate port. discarding state From the Library of Donald Martinez . PortFast. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time.1D states 301 Table 11-10 Comparison of port states for 802. Table 11-11 lists these key topics and where each is discussed.” or at least the section for this chapter. forwarding state.

Table 12-3 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. 12 From the Library of Donald Martinez . read the descriptions on the right side. PortChannel. try to define these key terms. Table 12-3 Key Topics for Chapter 12 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Figure 12-1 Typical design choice for which switches should be made to be root 315 Figure 12-2 Conceptual view of load-balancing benefits of PVST+ 316 Figure 12-3 Shows the format of the system ID extension of the STP priority field 316 Table 12-2 Lists default settings for STP optional configuration settings and related configuration commands 318 List Configuring priority to influence the root election 323 List Steps to manually configure an EtherChannel 327 List Troubleshooting EtherChannel 330 List Interface settings that must match with other interfaces on the same switch for an interface to be included in an EtherChannel 331 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. this section does include a reference for the configuration and EXEC commands covered in this chapter. System ID Extension. noted with the Key Topic icon. Chapter 23. PAgP. Rapid PVST+. channel-group Command Reference to Check Your Memory Although you should not necessarily memorize the information in the tables in this section. Practically speaking.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. LACP. “Final Review.Chapter 12: Cisco Nexus Spanning Tree Protocol Implementation 333 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. PVST+. cover the left side of the table with a piece of paper. you should memorize the commands as a side effect of reading the chapter and doing all the activities in this exam preparation section. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. To check to see how well you have memorized the commands as a side effect of your other studies. and see whether you remember the command.

and C addresses when not subnetted 361 Figure 13-17 Formats of Class A. and host parts of an IPv4 address 355 List Features that extended the life of IPv4 358 Figure 13-16 Formats of Class A. network. “Memory Tables.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. private IP network. subnet part. network part. classful network. subnet mask 13 From the Library of Donald Martinez .” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam.Chapter 13: Perspectives on IPv4 Subnetting 369 Foundation Topics Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. public IP network. Chapter 23. and C addresses when subnetted 362 Figure 13-18 General logic when choosing the size of the subnet 363 and host parts of addresses in a subnet List Items that together define a subnet 365 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. try to define these key terms. “Final Review. B. B. host part. and complete the tables and lists from memory. subnet.” or at least the section for this chapter. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. noted with the Key Topic icon. DVD Appendix J. subnet. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Table 13-5 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. “Memory Tables Answer Key. Table 13-5 Key Topics for Chapter 13 Key Topic Element Description Page Number List Key facts about subnets 348 Figure 13-5 Conceptual figure of subnets with a Layer 3 switch 350 List Rules about what places in a network topology need a subnet 351 Figure 13-10 Locations of the network.

network. Table 14-8 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. classful network. noted with the Key Topic icon. try to define these key terms. practice discovering the details of a classful network as discussed in this chapter. “Memory Tables Answer Key. Chapter 23 directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. network address. network part. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. and C networks 375 List Comparisons of network and host parts of addresses in the same classful network 376 Figure 14-3 Default masks 377 Paragraph Function to calculate the number of hosts per network 378 List Steps to find information about a classful network 378 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. Refer to the earlier section “Practice with Classful Networks” for suggestions.384 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. and complete the tables and lists from memory. DVD Appendix J.” or at least the section for this chapter. default mask Practice If you have not done so already. B.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. last address. network broadcast address. Table 14-8 Key Topics for Chapter 14 Key Topic Elements Description Page Number Table 14-2 Address classes 375 Table 14-3 Key facts about Class A. “Memory Tables. network number. From the Library of Donald Martinez . first address. network ID. host part.

classful addressing. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Table 15-10 15 Key Topics for Chapter 15 Key Topic Element Description Page Number List Rules for binary subnet mask values 392 List Rules to convert between binary and prefix masks 393 Table 15-4 Nine possible values in a decimal subnet mask 395 List Rules to convert between binary and DDN masks 395 List Some functions of a subnet mask 399 List Comparisons of IP addresses in the same subnet 399 Figure 15-4 Two-part classless view of an IP address 400 Figure 15-6 Three-part classful view of an IP address 400 List Definitions of classful addressing and classless addressing 401 List Formal steps to analyze masks and calculate values 402 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. try to define these key terms. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. “Memory Tables Answer Key.” or at least the section for this chapter. binary mask. practice converting and analyzing subnet masks as discussed in this chapter. From the Library of Donald Martinez .” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. slash mask. prefix mask. DVD Appendix J. CIDR mask. Chapter 23 directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. noted with the Key Topic icon. Table 15-10 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. “Memory Tables. classless addressing Practice If you have not done so already. dotted-decimal notation (DDN).Chapter 15: Analyzing Subnet Masks 405 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. and complete the tables and lists from memory. Refer to the earlier sections “Practice Converting Subnet Masks” and “Practice Analyzing Subnet Masks” for suggestions. decimal mask.

practice finding the subnet ID. noted with the Key Topic icon. Refer to the earlier section “Practice Analyzing Existing Subnets” for suggestions. subnet ID. and complete the tables and lists from memory. subnet address. Table 16-13 Key Topics for Chapter 16 Key Topic Element Description Page Number List Definition of a subnet’s key numbers 412 Table 16-2 Key facts about the subnet ID 414 Table 16-3 Key facts about the subnet broadcast address 415 List Steps to use binary math to find the subnet ID 419 List General steps to use binary and decimal math to find the subnet ID 421 List Steps to use decimal and binary math to find the subnet broadcast address 422 List Steps to use only decimal math to find the subnet ID 425 List Steps to use only decimal math to find the subnet broadcast address 428 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. “Memory Tables. range of addresses. subnet broadcast address Practice If you have not done so already.432 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. From the Library of Donald Martinez . and subnet broadcast address associated with an IP address and mask. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time.” or at least the section for this chapter. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. Chapter 23 directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. Table 16-13 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. subnet number. try to define these key terms. resident subnet. “Memory Tables Answer Key. DVD Appendix J.

unique local address. “Memory Tables Answer Key.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. Table 17-6 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. IPv4 address exhaustion. global routing prefix.464 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. and complete the tables and lists from memory. stateless address autoconfiguration (SLAAC). prefix. From the Library of Donald Martinez . prefix length. “Final Review. tunneling. IP version 6. “Memory Tables. The answers are located in Tables 17-7 and 17-8. Chapter 23. network address translation. DHCP. global unicast address. quartet Answers to Earlier Practice Problems This chapter includes practice problems spread around different locations in the chapter. dual stack.” or at least the section for this chapter. EIGRP Version 6 (EIGRPv6). Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. link local address. try to define these key terms. DVD Appendix J.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. OSPF Version 3 (OSPFv3). but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Table 17-6 Key Topics for Chapter 17 Key Topic Element Description Page Number List Rules to abbreviate IPv6 addresses 444 List Rules to expand an abbreviated IPv6 address 444 Figure 17-5 Description of the IPv6 prefix (address block) assignment process 448 Table 17-4 List of address types and their initial digits 449 Figure 17-7 Structure of a subnetted global unicast address 451 Figure 17-11 Structure of a unique local address 454 List Uses for link local addresses 455 Figure 17-14 Summary of EUI-64 structure and logic 458 List Summary of SLAAC rules 460 List Comparison points for DHCPv4 versus DHCPv6 460 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. noted with the Key Topic icon. EUI-64.

“Memory Tables. and complete the tables and lists from memory. zero subnet. Table 18-3 Key Topics for Chapter 18 Key Topic Element Description Page Number List Steps taken by a host when forwarding IP packets 475 List Steps taken by a router when forwarding IP packets 476 Figure 18-2 Diagram of five routing steps taken by a router 477 Figure 18-7 Breakdown of IP routing table with matching and forwarding details 481 Figure 18-10 SVI logically represented on a Nexus switch 485 Figure 18-12 Typical Layer 3 and Layer 2 placement in the data center 486 Paragraph SVI versus routed interface discussion 486 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. noted with the Key Topic icon. ARP table. next-hop router. multilayer switch. default route. routing table. Chapter 23. VLAN interface. Table 18-3 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. switched virtual interface (SVI). Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. try to define these key terms. outgoing interface.488 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. default gateway/router. subinterface. “Final Review.” or at least the section for this chapter. Inter-VLAN routing From the Library of Donald Martinez . but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. routed interface. static route. connected route.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work. DVD Appendix J. Cisco Express Forwarding (CEF). “Memory Tables Answer Key.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam.

Practically speaking. DVD Appendix J. this section does include a reference for the configuration and EXEC commands covered in this chapter. From the Library of Donald Martinez . local route.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. direct route. Layer 3 switch. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Table 19-3 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. you should memorize the commands as a side effect of reading the chapter and doing all the activities in this exam preparation section.” includes completed tables and lists for you to check your work.” or at least the section for this chapter. cover the left side of the table with a piece of paper.502 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. connected route. “Memory Tables. Table 19-3 Key Topics for Chapter 19 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Table 19-2 Basic routing feature commands for Cisco Nexus switches 494 Figure 19-2 Layer 3 switching concept and configuration 497 List Layer 3 switching configuration 498 Example 19-3 Connected routes on a Layer 3 switch 498 Figure 19-4 Static route configuration concept 500 Complete the Tables and Lists from Memory Print a copy of DVD Appendix I. noted with the Key Topic icon. static route. default route. show ip route Command Reference to Check Your Memory Although you should not necessarily memorize the information in the tables in this section. VLAN interface. Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. read the descriptions on the right side. try to define these key terms. “Final Review. “Memory Tables Answer Key. feature interface-vlan. To check to see how well you have memorized the commands as a side effect of your other studies. and complete the tables and lists from memory. Chapter 23. and see whether you remember the command.

Table 20-5 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. shortest path first (SPF) algorithm. link state.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. Table 20-5 Key Topics for Chapter 20 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Table 20-3 Key features of RIPv1 and RIPv2 517 Paragraph How SPF calculates the metric for a route 524 Figure 20-14 How OSPF’s SPF algorithm analyzes and selects the best route 525 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. partial update. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. Chapter 23. distance vector. poisoned route. “Final Review. feasible successor. noted with the Key Topic icon. Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP). link-state database (LSDB) From the Library of Donald Martinez .528 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. successor. try to define these key terms. split horizon. link-state advertisement (LSA). convergence.

this section does include a reference for the configuration and EXEC commands covered in this chapter.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam. try to define these key terms. cost. Practically speaking. “Final Review. you should memorize the commands as a side effect of reading the chapter and doing all the activities in this exam preparation section. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. noted with the Key Topic icon. instance tag. Table 21-2 Key Topics for Chapter 21 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Example 21-1 Routed interface configuration 533 Example 21-2 SVI interface configuration 533 Example 21-3 Routing process enablement IOS and NX-OS with passive interface 534 Example 21-4 Routing table example 535 Example 21-5 RIPv2 configuration on R1 and R2 using a routed interface 537 Example 21-6 RIPv2 configuration on R1 and R2 using an SVI interface 539 Example 21-8 EIGRP configuration: routed interface (R1 and R2) 541 Example 21-9 EIGRP configuration: SVI (R1 and R2) 542 List Router ID selection process for EIGRP 543 Example 21-10 EIGRP configuration on NX-OS: validation and troubleshooting 544 Example 21-11 OSPF configuration on NX-OS with routed interfaces 546 in a single area (0) Example 21-13 OSPF configuration troubleshooting and validation on NX-OS 21 548 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. process ID. K values Command Reference to Check Your Memory Although you should not necessarily memorize the information in the tables in this section. autonomous system ID. To check to From the Library of Donald Martinez . link state. Chapter 23. Table 21-2 lists these key topics and where each is discussed. distance vector.Chapter 21: Nexus Routing Protocol Configuration 551 Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter.

this section includes a reference for the configuration and EXEC commands covered in this chapter.” directs you in how to use these terms for late-stage preparation for the exam.570 CCNA Data Center DCICN 640-911 Official Cert Guide Exam Preparation Tasks Review All the Key Topics Review the most important topics from this chapter. Chapter 23. standard access list. wildcard mask Appendix H Practice Problems DVD Appendix H. you should memorize the commands as a side effect of reading this chapter and doing all the activities in this “Exam Preparation” section. Command Reference to Check Your Memory Although you should not necessarily memorize the information in the tables in this section.” lists additional practice problems and answers. but do not be concerned about getting them all correct at that time. noted with the Key Topic icon. “Practice for Chapter 22: Basic IPv4 Access Control Lists on Cisco Nexus Switches. “Final Preparation. Table 22-5 Key Topics for Chapter 22 Key Topic Element Description Page Number Figure 22-1 Locations to filter packets from hosts A and B going toward server S1 557 Paragraph Summary of the general rule of the location and direction for an ACL 558 Figure 22-3 Summary of four main categories of IPv4 ACLs in Cisco IOS 560 Paragraph Summary of first-match logic used by all ACLs 560 Figure 22-7 Cisco Nexus ACL syntax with port numbers enabled 563 using protocol TCP or UDP Table 22-2 Popular applications and their well-known port numbers 565 List Steps to plan and implement a standard IP ACL 566 List Tips for creating matching logic for the source address field in the access-list command 568 Definitions of Key Terms After your first reading of the chapter. Practically speaking. To see how well From the Library of Donald Martinez . try to define these key terms. Table 22-5 lists these key topics and where each is discussed.

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