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To help you beat the July 31, 2010 deadline for the ISCW exam, here are seven practice exam questions on AAA's operation, configuration, and features.
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Short answer: What command enables AAA on a Cisco router?
What options exist for the location of storing AAA accounting information?
A. local router database
C. RADIUS server
D. TACACS+ server
Short answer: What numeric value is assigned to a user placed in privileged exec mode?
What AAA term applies to dictating what users can do once they're in the network?
The command privilege exec level 5 ping is in effect. What privilege level users will be able to send pings?
Which of the following describes RADIUS?
A. open standard
C. runs on UDP
D. runs on TCP
Which of the choices in Q6 describe TACACS+?
Answers are at the bottom of the page!
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1. The globally configuration command aaa new-model.
2. "C", "D". You can use either a RADIUS or TACACS+ server.
3. That's privilege level 15. And knowing that will come in handy when working with AAA and other Cisco security features!
4. "C". Authorization is the process of dictating what users can do once they've successfully passed Authentication.
5. "B", "D". When you set a privilege level to a command, everyone with that privilege level *and higher* can use the command.
6. "A", "C". RADIUS is an open-standard protocol that runs on UDP.
7. "B", "D". TACACS+ is a Cisco-proprietary protocol that uses TCP.