You need to come up with a TCP/IP addressing scheme for your company. Which two factors must you consider when you define the subnet mask for the network? A.) The location of DHCP servers B.) The volume of traffic on each subnet C.) The number of subnets on the network D.) The location of the default gateway E.) The number of host IDs on each subnet1 3362
What is the difference between TCP and UDP? A.) TCP is connection-oriented; UDP uses acknowledgements only B.) TCP is connection-oriented; UDP is connectionless C.) Both TCP and UDP are connection-oriented, but only TCP uses windowing D.) TCP and UDP both have sequencing, but UDP is connectionless4 6534
What does the 'S' mean when looking at the routing table? A.) Statically connected B.) Directly connected C.) Dynamically attached D.) Shutdown route2 14089
Why would you use static routing instead of dynamic routing? A.) When you want automatic updates of the routing tables B.) All the time C.) When you have very few routes and want to conserve bandwidth D.) When you have a gateway of last resort1 8260
On Cisco catalyst 5000 how would you set the second port on the controller in the first slot to full duplex? A.) Set port duplex 1/1 full B.) Set port duplex 1/2 full C.) Set port duplex 0/1 full D.) Set port duplex 0/2 full2 4018
What does the acronym ARP stand for? A.) Address Resolution Phase B.) ARP Resolution Protocol C.) Address Resolution Protocol D.) Address Recall Protocol2 6236
What is the default encapsulation of Netware 3.12? A.) Ethernet_II B.) 802.5 C.) 802.2 D.) 802.31 4341
Regarding frame relay, which of the following statements are true? A.) You must use ANSI encapsulation if connecting to non-Cisco equipment B.) You must use IETF encapsulation if connecting to non-Cisco equipment C.) You must use Q.933a encapsulation if connecting to non-Cisco equipment D.) You must use Cisco encapsulation if connecting to non-Cisco equipment2 7362
What is required to support full-duplex Ethernet? A.) Multiple paths between multiple stations on a link B.) Automatic sensing operation by all connected stations C.) Loopback and collision detection disabled D.) Full-duplex NIC cards1 4813
Which layer is responsible for determining if sufficient resources for the intended communication exists? A.) Application B.) Network C.) Session D.) Presentation E.) Transport1 2820
What are the 2 functions of the Data Link Mac layer? A.) Handles access to shared media B.) Manages protocol access to the physical network medium C.) Provides SAPs for higher level protocols D.) Allows multiple devices to uniquely identify one another on the data link layer1 3070
Describe End to End network services: (Choose all that apply) A.) Best Route selection B.) Accomplished Segment by Segment, each segment is autonomous C.) Flow Control & Data Integrity D.) Best efforts packet delivery1 2672
Which of the following provide correct information about a protocol at the transport layer of the OSI model? A.) UDP - Provides Connectionless datagrams service B.) TCP - Provides Connection Oriented Services C.) SMTP - Provides Mail Exchange D.) IP - Route determination E.) TCP - Provides Flow Control and Error Checking F.) FTP - Transfers of Files2 3471
Which protocol works at the Internet layer and is responsible for making routing decisions? A.) UDP B.) IP C.) TCP D.) ARP3 6637
Which layer is responsible for providing mechanisms for multiplexing upper-layer application, session establishment, and tear down of virtual circuits? A.) Session B.) Network C.) Physical D.) Transport E.) Application F.) Presentation2 5355
What is difference between routing and routed protocols?
How do you go to privileged mode? How do you switch back to user mode?
What is ping used for?
Can you explain PPP protocol?
What is the ieee standard for wireless networking?
What is the syntax of ipv4?
Which reserve port number talent use?
If bandwidth will increase what will happen?
Explain the difference between collision domain and broadcast domain.
Explain the benefits of vlan?
Give some benefits of LAN switching.
what is the difference between a ‘half-duplex’ and a ‘full-duplex’ system?
What type of transmission bus topology support?
Which mode called privilege mode?
What metric does rip use? How is the metric used to indicate an unreachable network?