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Explain the difference between simple authentication and md5?
As system administrator, you type "debug ipx sap" and receive the following lines as part of the IOS response: type 0x4, "HELLO2", 199.0002.0003.0006 (451), 2 hops type 0x4, "HELLO1", 199.0002.0003.0008 (451), 2 hops What does "0x4" signify? A. That is a Get Nearest Server response. B. That it is a General query. C. That it is a General response. D. That it is a Get Nearest Server request.
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 Files
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Identify 2 functions of IPX access-lists? A.) Control SAP traffic B.) Limit number of Novell servers on a network C.) Limit number of workstations on a network D.) Block IPX traffic
Which of the following are solutions to the problems encountered with Distance-Vector routing? A.) Defining a Maximum B.) Poison Reverse C.) Triggered Updates D.) Shortest path first algorithm. E.) Split Horizon
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Which layer defines bit synchronization? A.) Application B.) Network C.) Transport D.) Physical E.) Session F.) Session