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slide7

What layer of the OSI is responsible for organizing data into datagrams or packets and routes them?

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Network

slide8

What layer of the OSI is responsible for mechanical, electrical and procedural characteristics to maintain the link?

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Physical

slide9

What layer of the OSI sets the stage for assembly and disassembly of data before and after transmission?

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Transport

slide10

What layer of the OSI file transfer, email, network management and other services?

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Application

slide11

What layer of the OSI deals with framing the data? Ethernet and Token Ring work here.

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Data Link

slide12

What layer of the OSI formats data, translation? Encryption and compression work here.

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Presentation

slide13

What layer of the OSI is responsible for establishing, maintaining, and terminating the connection?

Application

Presentation

Session

Transport

Network

Data Link

Physical

Session

what does crc stand for and what does it do
What does CRC stand for, and what does it do?
  • Cyclical Redundancy check
  • Mathematical check that verifies whether packet is valid
slide15

What transmission speeds do each of the following cable categories support?

  • Cat 1
  • Cat 2
  • Cat 3
  • Cat 4
  • Cat 5
  • Cat 6
  • Cat 7
  • …………..who cares
  • …………..4 Mbps
  • …………..10 Mbps
  • …………..16 Mbps
  • …………..100 Mbps
  • …………..155 Mbps
  • …………..1 Gbps
slide16

What of the following use BNC connectors?

  • Thinnet
  • Thicknet
  • STP
  • UTP
  • Fiber multi mode
  • Fiber single mode
  • Wireless
  • Thinnet
slide17

What of the following is known as the “Ethernet Standard”?

  • Thinnet
  • Thicknet
  • STP
  • UTP
  • Fiber multi mode
  • Fiber single mode
  • Wireless
  • Thicknet
slide18

What of the following is known as 10base2?

  • Thinnet
  • Thicknet
  • STP
  • UTP
  • Fiber multi mode
  • Fiber single mode
  • Wireless
  • Thinnet
slide19

What of the following is used for 10baseT networks?

  • Thinnet
  • Thicknet
  • STP
  • UTP
  • Fiber multi mode
  • Fiber single mode
  • Wireless
  • STP
  • UTP
slide21

A walkie talkie or a Nextel phone would be examples of what type of tramission flow?

  • Single Mode
  • Multi Mode
  • Simplex
  • Half Duplex
  • Half Nelson
  • Full Duplex
  • TriPlex
  • Half Duplex
a transmission that uses a single channel digital signaling and tdm is known as
A transmission that uses a single channel, digital signaling and TDM is known as?
  • Baseband transmission
slide23

A wrestling technique that will force you to study for your exam in one place

  • Single Mode
  • Multi Mode
  • Simplex
  • Half Duplex
  • Half Nelson
  • Full Duplex
  • TriPlex
  • Half Nelson
what access method is used by ethernet
What access method is used by Ethernet?
  • CSMA/CD
  • CSVG/CA
  • CSVG/CD
  • CSMA/CA
  • Token Passing
  • Demand Priority
  • CSMA/CD
slide28
What protocol would need to be installed on a 9X machine to access an application on a Netware 4.11 Server by default?
  • TCP/IP
  • IPX/SPX
  • NWLink
  • NetBEUI
  • IPX/SPX
slide29
What protocol would need to be installed on a NT machine to access an application on a Netware 4.11 Server by default?
  • TCP/IP
  • IPX/SPX
  • NWLink
  • NetBEUI
  • NWLink
what is the name of the group required on a novell server to enable gsnw to function
What is the name of the group required on a Novell server to enable GSNW to function?
  • NTGATEWAY
  • The admin account on the NT server must also be replicated with the same username and password to the Novell server and then be made of member of that group
what would you install on an nt server to allow netware clients to access ms f p resources
What would you install on an NT server to allow Netware clients to access MS F/P resources
  • MSDSS
  • CSNW
  • GSNW
  • FPNW
  • FPNW
slide34

If your webserver required default.htm and you placed network.htm in the default directory, what would happen when you tried to access the website?

  • Will get a message “the page cannot be found” or “Under Construction”
slide35

You use Ameritech to host your website, but you want users to use your domain name and not Ameritech's. What type of domain does the ISP create?

  • Virtual Domain
today who is responsible for accrediting all registrars for the internet
Today, who is responsible for accrediting all registrars for the internet?
  • ISOC
  • IANA
  • ICANN
  • InterNIC
  • ICANN
you have an ipx address of 12387a1d 01175654610 what does the blue portion represent
You have an IPX address of12387A1D01175654610What does the blue portion represent ?
  • Subnet Mask
  • Network Address
  • Physical Address
  • Port #
  • Socket#
  • Internal Network Address
  • Network Address. 32-bit (4byte) hex number
slide43

You have an IPX address of12387A1D01175654610What does the green portion represent

Subnet Mask

Network Address

Physical Address

Port #

Socket#

Internal Network Address

Physical Address or MAC address. 48-bit (6 byte)

Once the server has been located, the data will be sent to the correct socket # and Internal Network Address 32-bit (4 byte)

slide44

What of the following are Application Layer Protocols?

SMTP

X.400

IPX

X.25

NWLink

TCP

SPX

NFS

SMTP

X.400

NFS

slide45

What of the following are Network Layer Protocols?

SMTP

X.400

IPX

X.25

NWLink

TCP

SPX

NFS

IPX

X.25

NWLink

slide46

What of the following are Transport Layer Protocols?

SMTP

X.400

IPX

X.25

NWLink

TCP

SPX

NFS

NWLink

TCP

SPX

slide48

What of the names of the directory services used for each of the following NOS’s?

  • Windows NT
  • Windows 2000
  • UNIX
  • Novell 4.11 or greater
  • OSI std
  • Directory access protocol
  • NTDS
  • AD (Active Directory)
  • NIS
  • NDS
  • X.500
  • LDAP
slide49

Which layer of the OSI do each of the devices function?

  • Bridge
  • Router
  • NIC
  • Gateway
  • Repeater
  • CSU/DSU
  • Switch
  • Hub
  • …………..L2
  • …………..L3
  • …………..L2
  • …………..L7 on down
  • …………..L1
  • …………..L1
  • …………..L1-L4
  • …………..L1
what types wireless wan uses a single frequency supports data up to 4 8 mbps
What types wireless WAN uses a single frequency supports data up to 4.8 Mbps?
  • Narrow-band
  • Spread Spectrum transmits over multiple channels. 250Kbps-4Mbps
slide51

What are the 4 types of Infrared transmissions?

  • Line-of-Sight
  • Bounce
  • Reflective
  • Broadband optical telepoint
what access method is used by 100vg anylan
What access method is used by 100VG AnyLAN?
  • CSMA/CD
  • CSVG/CA
  • CSVG/CD
  • CSMA/CA
  • Token Passing
  • Demand Priority
  • Demand Priority
slide55

What access method is used by Apple?

CSMA/CD

CSVG/CA

CSVG/CD

CSMA/CA

Token Passing

Demand Priority

CSMA/CA

slide56

What access method is used by ARCNet?

CSMA/CD

CSVG/CA

CSVG/CD

CSMA/CA

Token Passing

Demand Priority

Token Passing

what 802 std defines llc and mac
What 802 std defines LLC and MAC?
  • 802.1
  • 802.2
  • 802.3
  • 802.3u
  • 802.3z
  • 802.5
  • 802.12
  • 802.2
what 802 std defines token ring
What 802 std defines Token Ring
  • 802.1
  • 802.2
  • 802.3
  • 802.3u
  • 802.3z
  • 802.5
  • 802.12
  • 802.5
slide59

What 802 std was based upon Ethernet?

802.1

802.2

802.3

802.3u

802.3z

802.5

802.12

802.3

slide60

What 802 std defines Gigabit Ethernet?

802.1

802.2

802.3

802.3u

802.3z

802.5

802.12

802.3z (1000baseCX/SX/LX …..also 802.3ab (1000baseT)

slide61

What 802 standard defines 100VGAnyLAN?

802.1

802.2

802.3

802.3u

802.3z

802.5

802.12

802.12

slide62

What 802 std defines Fast Ethernet?

802.1

802.2

802.3

802.3u

802.3z

802.5

802.12

802.3u

how far can each ring in fddi extend and how many clients per ring
How far can each ring in FDDI extend and how many clients per ring?
  • 100Km per ring
  • 500 stations per ring
  • Or 200K and 1000 stations total
what switching technology uses 53 byte cells and operates at speeds of 155 to 622 mbps
What switching technology uses 53 byte cells and operates at speeds of 155 to 622 Mbps?
  • ATM
  • Asynchronous Transfer mode
what are the 4 layers of the dod model for network architecture
What are the 4 layers of the DOD model for Network Architecture?
  • Application
  • Transport
  • Internet
  • Network Access
name the protocols that exist in each layer and describe what they do

Application Layer

Network Access Layer

Internet Layer

Transport Layer

Name the protocols that exist in each layer and describe what they do

HTTP

FTP

Telnet

NNTP

Gopher

SMTP

SNMP

DNS

BootP

DHCP

TCP

UDP

ICMP

IGMP

IP

ARP

RARP

Frame Relay

Token Ring

Ethernet

FDDI

ATM

which of the following are interior routing protocols
Which of the following are interior routing protocols?
  • IGRP for more info see
  • OSPF
  • RIP
  • NLSP
  • IGRP
  • EGP
  • BGP
  • OSPF
  • RIP
  • NLSP
what are the major disadvantages of rip v1
What are the major disadvantages of RIP v1?
  • Broadcasts every 30 seconds
  • Slow convergence
  • 15 hop count limit i.e. small networks
slide77

You want to permanently add the 131.107.2.0 network to your routing table, using the 131.107.2.200 gateway from the command prompt. What do you type?

  • Route –p add 131.107.2.0 mask 255.255.0.0 131.107.2.200
what protocol resolves mac address to ip address
What protocol resolves MAC address to IP address?
  • RARP
  • ARP
  • ICMP
  • IGMP
  • PING
  • RARP
  • resolves IP address to MAC address
  • is not a protocol. It uses ICMP
what is the name of the file that contains well known port s
What is the name of the file that contains well-known port #’s?
  • HOSTS
  • SERVICES
  • PROTOCOLNETWORKLMHOSTSPORTS
  • SERVICES
what type of icmp message is sent by a machine to reduce its current packet transmission rate
What type of ICMP message is sent by a machine to reduce its current packet transmission rate?
  • Echo reply
  • Echo request
  • Destination Unreachable
  • Source Quench
  • Redirect
  • Source Quench
what switch would you use for ping to keep on going until you stop it
What switch would you use for ping to keep on going until you stop it?
  • -s
  • -t
  • -a
  • -w
  • -p
  • -t

How do you stop it?

Ctrl + c

slide85
You ping london, and then access it again a minute later. What is the total time that ARP will cache that entry?
  • 2
  • 4
  • 8
  • 10
  • 12
  • 20 minutes
  • 10
what is a master dns server
What is a master DNS server?
  • One that receives replication changes. Can be either a primary or secondary DNS server
what is a dns resolver
What is a DNS resolver?
  • The DNS client or workstation
what does the pre and dom do in an lmhosts file
What does the #pre and #dom do in an LMHOSTS file?
  • Preloads whatever domain controller is specified into the NetBIOS name cache at startup
thanks for playing
THANKS FOR PLAYING!
  • For more review:
  • Access my website
  • http://mywebpages.comcast.net/mcsepmp/network.htm
what is a silent rip router
What is a silent RIP router?
  • One that receives packets, but doesn’t send them out.
which admin group can authorize a dhcp server in windows 2000
Which admin group can authorize a DHCP server in Windows 2000?
  • Enterprise Admin
  • Domain Admin
  • Users
  • Guest
  • IUSR
  • DHCP Admin
  • Enterprise Admin
what is a superscope used for
What is a superscope used for?
  • To append a scope to an existing DCHP scope. Works in NT 4.0 and 2000
slide105
Which of the following separator files will cause an HP printer to change its printing mode and print a separator page?
  • Pcl.sep
  • Sysprint.sep
  • Hpprint.sep
  • Pcl.sep
  • Pscript.sep
slide109
What administrative group on 2000 Pro will will grant Full control printing privileges without full admin rights ?
  • Power Users
which of the following are printer permissions in 2000
Which of the following are printer permissions in 2000?
  • Print
  • Manage Documents
  • Manage Printers
  • Full Control
  • Print
  • No Access
  • Print Garbage
  • Manage Documents
  • Manage Printers
how could you stop and start the print spooler from the command prompt
How could you stop and start the print spooler from the command prompt?
  • Net stop spooler
  • Net start spooler

This is a great way to fix a jammed spooler!

what is the core admin tool on netware to administer user accounts
What is the core admin tool on Netware to Administer user accounts?
  • NW Admin
  • Rconsole
  • NDS manager
  • NW Admin
  • DSRepair
  • NDS Accounts
which of the following is an array of stripes where each strip itself is an array

RAID 0

RAID 1

RAID 2

RAID 4

RAID 5

RAID 6

RAID 10

RAID 10

Which of the following is an array of stripes where each strip itself is an array?

which of the following is disk duplexing a special case of

RAID 0

RAID 1

RAID 2

RAID 4

RAID 5

RAID 6

RAID 10

RAID 1

Which of the following is disk duplexing a special case of?

this requires a minimum of two disks is not fault tolerant and writes data in 64k blocks

RAID 0

RAID 1

RAID 2

RAID 4

RAID 5

RAID 6

RAID 10

RAID 0

This requires a minimum of two disks, is not fault tolerant, and writes data in 64k blocks

this requires a minimum of 3 disks and writes parity evenly across all disks

RAID 0

RAID 1

RAID 2

RAID 4

RAID 5

RAID 6

RAID 10

RAID 5

This requires a minimum of 3 disks and writes parity evenly across all disks

with 6 disks in a raid 5 array how much redundancy is there

n*(n-1)/n equals disk utilization in a RAID 5 array where there are n disks. Therefore, the redundancy would be simply 1/n!

With 6 disks in a RAID 5 array, how much redundancy is there?

1/6 = 16.6%

in which of the following is the archive bit reset during backup

Normal

Copy

Differential

Incremental

Archival

Normal

Incremental

In which of the following is the archive bit reset during backup?

which of the following files on a boot disk would be responsible for dual booting to 9x on 2000

Ntdetect.com

Ntldr

MSDOS.sys

Config.sys

Bootsect.dos

Ntbootdd.sys

Boot.ini

Bootsect.dos

Which of the following files on a boot disk would be responsible for dual booting to 9X on 2000?

which of the following files on a boot disk would be used with a non scsi enabled bios

Ntdetect.com

Ntldr

MSDOS.sys

Config.sys

Bootsect.dos

Ntbootdd.sys

Boot.ini

Ntbootdd.sys

Which of the following files on a boot disk would be used with a non-SCSI enabled BIOS?

which of the following files on an nt boot disk are required at a minimum

Ntdetect.com

Ntldr

MSDOS.sys

Config.sys

Bootsect.dos

Ntbootdd.sys

Boot.ini

Ntdetect.com

Ntldr

Boot.ini

Which of the following files on an NT boot disk are required at a minimum?

which of the following files on an nt boot disk can be modified in system properties

Ntdetect.com

Ntldr

MSDOS.sys

Config.sys

Bootsect.dos

Ntbootdd.sys

Boot.ini

Boot.ini

Which of the following files on an NT boot disk can be modified in System Properties?

where do you find the boot files on nt choose 2

C:\

C:\System32

C:\Winnt

C:\Winnt\System32

System Partition

Boot Partition

C:\

System Partition (where the boot files are)

(where the system files are)

Where do you find the boot files on NT?Choose 2

protection against your file being tampered with en route to another machine is

Authentication

Access Control

Data Integrity

Nonrepudiation

Authorization

Data Confidentiality

Data Integrity

Protection against your file being tampered with en route to another machine is…

proving a transaction occurred when you deny that it did is an example of

Authentication

Access Control

Data Integrity

Nonrepudiation

Authorization

Data Confidentiality

Nonrepudiation

Proving a transaction occurred, when you deny that it did, is an example of …

slide132

Preventing eavesdroppers from seeing your work by encrypting it is …

Authentication

Access Control

Data Integrity

Nonrepudiation

Authorization

Data Confidentiality

Data Confidentiality

slide133

Proving your identity is …

Authentication

Access Control

Data Integrity

Nonrepudiation

Authorization

Data Confidentiality

Authentication