NT1210 Quiz 1
1. How many bits are in a byte?
2. Electronic devices today use what numbering system?
3. Convert this decimal number to binary: 97
4. Convert this binary number to decimal: 00010000
5. Unlike earlier telecom networks, most modern networks are _____ end-to-end. A. cellular
6. What is the typical network setup used to access a Web page? A. Client-browser
7. What is the piece of hardware that allows a device to physically access a network? A. A client program
B. A server program
C. A network interface card
D. An operating system
8. What is a network topology?
A. A simplified way of describing how network communication is conceived B. The arrangement and interconnection of devices in a network C. A list of devices connected to media that creates the network D. The communication protocols used in a WAN network
9. What is a node on a network?
A. Only PCs that people use to access a network
B. Only the switches and routers on a network
C. Any device in the Internet cloud
D. Any device connected to a network
10. Which of the following physical topologies has the inherent weakness of a single point of failure? A. Bus
NT1210 Quiz 2
1. With digital circuits, Telcos typically create circuits for data communication as permanent circuits, rather than expecting the endpoints to dial a phone number. These circuits are usually referred to as ______. A. frame relay lines
B. network lines
C. WAN-to-LAN lines
D. leased lines
2. What is WiMAX designed to do in WAN designs?
A. To connect remote points using a satellite as an interface between them B. To provide wireless broadband service for 3G and 4G networks C. To connect wireless points using the 2.4 GHz frequency band D. To provide wireless access to fixed locations spanning large areas 3. What does DHCP do in a network?
A. It is an application that runs on routers so they can dynamically learn IP routing tables to route IP packets correctly.
B. It is a protocol that translates names into corresponding IP addresses needed by the IP routing process.
C. It is a protocol that sends messages that devices use to manage and control the packetforwarding process and includes the ping command. D. It is a protocol used by hosts to dynamically obtain an IP address (and other information) to use for a specified length of time.
4. What do dynamic routing protocols do?
A. They allow hosts to learn of other PCs on the LAN.
B. They allow routers to learn of networks attached to them. C. They allow routers to learn how to route network packets more efficiently. D. They allow hosts to learn of other PCs on other LANs.
5. Which of the following lists a correct match between the IP address and its class? A. 126.96.36.199, class A
B. 188.8.131.52, class A
C. 184.108.40.206, class C
D. 220.127.116.11, class B
6. A user opens a Web browser and types in a URL that lists the name of a server. The user has never tried to send IP packets to this particular server before. Which of the following protocols will the PC need to use before the browser can successfully see the Web page?
7. IP addresses are divided into two parts: the network identifier and the _____ identifier. A. None of these
8. Which of the following statements is true about the difference between public and private IP addresses? A. Public IPs are reserved for companies and organizations.
B. Private IPs are reserved for home use.
C. Private IPs can be routed across the Internet.
D. Public IPs can be routed across the Internet.
9. What do routers do in a network?
A. Routers connect different parts of a LAN together but cannot connect to the WAN. B. Routers move data between...
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