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A dedicated WAN connection, in a nutshell, is a private line, dedicated to your private use, from one point to another. It is the WAN equivalent of an Ethernet cable from the central site to the branch office. 1 lists some of the pros and cons of the dedicated connection. 1. Dedicated Connections Pros The bandwidth you purchase is dedicated to your exclusive use. The connection is already established and ready to use at all times. Part I: WAN Services Cons You pay for your bandwidth, regardless of whether you use it.
Callback allows the remote access server to call back the initiating party. You can use callback as a security mechanism by limiting where a user can request callback to. Callback can also be a means of controlling the cost of remote connections by centralizing billing. • Encrypted authentication Instead of sending the username and password in cleartext, PPP supports a number of methods that protect usernames and passwords during authentication. PPP encapsulation is only the beginning; you can expect to see ISDN and other configuration questions on encryption, callback, and multilink using PPP.
BRI • D. CON 0 • E. VTY A6: Question 7 Answers B, D, and E are correct. Character mode is for data destined to the router. Serial 2/0, Answer A, and BRI, Answer C, represent interfaces; packets would travel into, out of, and through those interfaces. VTY, AUX, CON, and TTY typically represent character-mode ports. Which aaa accounting keyword monitors outbound Telnet traffic? • A. connection • B. start-stop • C. network • D. telnet A7: Answer A is correct. You use the keyword connection for all outbound connections.