Cisco Interview Questions – Set 2

Cisco interview process :-
Written round (1 hour (Having questions from digital electronics and 20 aptitude majorly p &c and some programming questions on c))

Technical Interview :

Q1. They discuss about my projects and some basic questions on c and ask me to design a chat module in c as it was mentioned in my CV that I have designed a chat application in java.
Q2. Reverse a string? I wrote iterative solution. then he asked difference between recursion and iteration .
How function call stack work. He asked me to convert my iterative solution to a recursive solution.
Q3. He gave me a tree and asked me to write preorder and postorder traversal of it (Without writing the code)
Q4. He asked me about TCP connection establishment .
Q5. He asked about difference between process and threads
Q6. He asked me about process Switching and how do process communicate
Q7. He asked me difference between pipes and socket for process communication
Q8. He asked my JEE rank
Q9. If two application is running on a PC how to distinguish between them.
Q10. Why do we need IP address.If we can do routing on the basis of Mac address.

HR Round:

Q1. Why Cisco?
Q2. Daily Routine
Q3. Do you like Jodhpur City (As I’m from Jodhpur)?

Important Points:

1.Revise Networking and all project related to networking That are in your CV(Network Layer is very very important)
2.Do revise operating systems Process,Threads,Main Memory and Virtual Memory
3.Have a look on some string and Tree,Linked list Questions From CrazyForCode.
4.It should be your Day.

Thanks Vishwas for contributing this article. If you would like to contribute, mail us your interview experience at [email protected] We will like to publish it on CrazyforCode and help other job seekers.

One Thought on “Cisco Interview Questions – Set 2

  1. Anurag Bhardwaj on December 12, 2013 at 11:53 pm said:

    nice and easy questions

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