1 For a computer to be accessible from the Internet, it must have an IP address that is both Registered and Uniqe. 2 A refferal is the process by which one DNS server sends a name resolution requests to another DNS server. 3The Internet Corpotation for Names and Numbers (ICANN)manages IANA, the ultimate source for all registered addresses. 4 IANA allocate blocks of addresses to Regional Internet Registries (RIR) which allocate smaller blocks in turn to Internet service provides (IPSs). 5 Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 include a new DNS feature called the Global Names Zone, Which can resolve single-label names like those used in the NetBIOS namespace. 6 A DNS server can function as a resolver, which simply provides name-resolution services to clients on the network. 7 Windows can use a variety of NetBIOS name-resolution machanisms, but the one most suited for the enterprise is the Windows Internet Names System (WINS). 8 Toredo is an automatic tunneling protocol used by Windows workstation operating systems that are located behind NAT routers 9 A special type of DNS server specifically intended to send recursive queries to another server is called a forwarfer 10 The primary method for transmitting IPv6 traffic over an IPv4 network is called Tunneling TRUE/FALSE
/F 1 Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP both include support for IPv6, and install it by default. /F 2 Push partnershops are preferable for WINS servers connected by slower links, such as WANconnections, because you can schedule replication to occur during off hours, when traffic is low. /F 3 The IP standard included Class D, Which was reserved for experimental use, and Class E, which was reserved for use as multicast identifiers. T/ 4 Name resolution is the process of locating the IP address equivalent for a given name. T/ 5 Zone transfers are not necessary when you configure a primary zone to be stored in AD. F/ 6 If you have computers running Windows version prior to...
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