Nt1330 Unit 5 Lab 1 Answers

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Cover Title Page Copyright Publisher's Note Acknowledgments About the Author Introduction
Assessment Test Answers to Assessment Test

Chapter 1: Internetworking
Internetworking Basics Internetworking Models The OSI Reference Model Summary Exam Essentials Written Labs Review Questions Answers to Review Questions Answers to Written Lab 1.1 Answers to Written Lab 1.2 Answers to Written Lab 1.3

Chapter 2: Review of Ethernet Networking and Data Encapsulation
Ethernet Networks in Review Ethernet Cabling Data Encapsulation The Cisco Three-Layer Hierarchical Model Summary Exam Essentials Written Labs Review Questions Answers to Review Questions Answers to Written Lab 2.1 Answers to Written Lab 2.2 Answers to Written Lab
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You have picked up this book because you want something better—namely, a better job with more satisfaction. Rest assured that you have made a good decision. Cisco certification can help you get your first networking job or more money and a promotion if you are already in the field. Cisco certification can also improve your understanding of the internetworking of more than just Cisco products: You will develop a complete understanding of networking and how different network topologies work together to form a network. This is beneficial to every networking job and is the reason Cisco certification is in such high demand, even at companies with few Cisco devices. Cisco is the king of routing, switching, and security, the Microsoft of the internetworking world. The Cisco certifications reach beyond the popular certifications, such as the CompTIA and Microsoft certifications, to provide you with an indispensable factor in understanding today’s network— insight into the Cisco world of internetworking. By deciding that you want to become Cisco certified, you are saying that you want to be the best— the best at routing and the best at switching. This book will lead you in that …show more content…
However, taking the time to study and practice with routers or a router simulator is the real key to success. You will learn the following information in this book: Chapter 1 introduces you to internetworking. You will learn the basics of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model the way Cisco wants you to learn it. There are written labs and plenty of review questions to help you. Do not skip the fundamental written labs in this chapter! Chapter 2 will dive into Ethernet networking and standards. Data encapsulation is discussed in detail in this chapter as well. There are written labs and plenty of review questions in this chapter to help you. Chapter 3 provides you with the background necessary for success on the exam as well as in the real world by discussing TCP/IP. This indepth chapter covers the very beginnings of the Internet Protocol stack and then goes all the way to IP addressing and understanding the difference between a network address and a broadcast address before finally ending with network troubleshooting. Chapter 4 introduces you to easy subnetting. You will be able to subnet a network in your head after reading this chapter if you really want to. Plenty of help is found in this chapter if you do not skip the written labs and review questions. Chapter 5 will have you learn about Variable Length Subnet Masks (VLSMs) and how to design a network using VLSMs. This chapter will finish

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