questions

A. The highest IP address of any physical interface
B. The lowest IP address of any physical interface
C. The highest IP address of any logical interface
D. The lowest IP address of any logical interface
E. NULL
A. 100
B. 90
C. 120
D. 110
E. NULL
A. In the neighbor table only
B. In the routing table only
C. In the routing table and the topology table
D. In the topology table only
E. NULL
A. show ip eigrp summary
B. show ip routes
C. show ip eigrp adjacencies
D. show ip eigrp topology
E. NULL
A. 1 and 3
B. 1, 2 and 3
C. All of the above
D. 3 and 4
E. NULL
A. /var/fsck/orphan-files
B. /boot
C. lost found of the filesystem
D. tmp of the filesystem
E. NULL
A. hint file only
B. cache only
C. cache and hint file in that order
D. hint file and cache in that order
E. NULL
A. stored variable
B. text file
C. None
D. executable program
E. NULL
A. HISTFILE, HISTFILESIZE, EDITOR
B. HISTFILE, HISTSIZE, HISTFILESIZE
C. HISTSIZE, HISTFILESIZE, EDITOR
D. HISTSIZE, HISTOPTIONS, EDITOR
E. NULL
A. You have forgotten to increment Serial in the zone file
B. You have forgotten to decrease the TimeToLive in the zone file(s)
C. You have check from the whois database
D. You have forgotten to update /etc/nameconf
E. NULL
A. The user can "su" to root and manage the interface.
B. This is impossible. Only root can bring interfaces up or down.
C. You have to set the USERCTL variable in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 file
D. You have to set USER variable to that user in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 file
E. NULL
A. EXTRAVERSION
B. KERNELVERSION
C. PROPERVERSION
D. VERSION
E. NULL
A. smtp and imap4
B. tcp and udp
C. mail and pop3
D. imap4 and pop3
E. NULL
A. 222
B. 777
C. 755
D. 22
E. NULL
A. ext3, reisser and xfs
B. ext2, ext3 and reisser
C. afs, ext3 and reisser
D. ext3 and xfs
E. NULL
A. /etc/twconfig
B. /etc/tripwire/config
C. /etc/tripwire/twpol.txt
D. /etc/tripwire.conf
E. NULL
A. 3 and 4
B. 1 and 2
C. None of the above
D. 3 only
E. NULL