CCNP™ Challenge Question
Assume you have telnetted into a router, and are talking on the telephone to another network engineer at a remote router. At the command prompt, you enter show version and get perfectly reasonable output. Next, you enter debug ip icmp and ask your partner to ping your router. She reports a successful ping, but you see no debug output. What is the most likely reason for your apparently inconsistent information?
|An access group on the virtual terminal line points to an access list that denies icmp echo respons
|An access class on the virtual terminal line points to an access list that denies icmp echo response
|logging buffered has not been configured
|terminal monitor was not entered in exec mode
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