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How to Configure a Switch and Router

availability of the menu (M) items as the menu is what is used in the event the password needs modification or to set up an unencrypted password. There is also the (E) option which would be used in case one is interested in a secret password. An IP configuration is not necessary for a switch and router to operate however they can be and are very useful especially when using multicast routing as by enabling multicast routing, this will allow the Cisco IOS software to forward multicast packets. ...

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Diskless Boot - Laboratory Research

iSCSI, or CCBoot, pushes the iSCSI technology even further, opening the door to the exciting possibility of the diskless computer. CCBoot technology allows a diskless boot of most Windows OS from an iSCSI target machine remotely located over a standard IP network. CCBoot offers a seamless diskless boot. Eliminating the need for a local hard drive opens a wide range of possibilities for network management. Using this configuration, the disks for many network computers can be centrally managed, thereby...

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Study Guide

situation? Answer: a. Standard Edition 4. Your company has a Web server and sometimes when the network administrator uses tools to test the Web server by IP address there is no response from the server. Which of the following might be the problem? Answer: a. The Web server is set up with dynamic addressing and so its IP address changes periodically. 5. _____ enables a Windows Server 2008 system to run more than one program at the same time. Answer: d. Multitasking 6. Which...

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Lesson 1

Lesson 1 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)...

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Netw202

is associated with IP addressing? A. 1 B. 2 C. 3 D. 4 C. IP addressing is a concern of the OSI network layer (Layer 3). Physical addressing happens at OSI Layer 2. 20. The elements of communication include a message source, a message destination, and a channel, or medium, to transport the message. 21. Which type of addressing is found at the OSI Layer 2? (Choose two.) A. Logical B. Physical C. MAC D. IP E. Port B, C. A MAC address is the physical address burned on to the OSI...

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Unit 10 Lab

vulnerability window with up to date software patching and security updates.Nmap (ZeNmap GUI) provides security practitioners with an easy to use, automated network discovery and inventory management tool. Nmap can provide a quick reconnaissance and prove of an IP network infrastructure and allows for more targeted software vulnerability scans performed by Nessus®. 5. The Policy definition defines the parameters and operations of the vulnerability scan. This is like the configuration parameters of the scan itself...

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Network Enterprising

take completely different routes. The Packet Switching process can be broken down into the following steps (adapted from www.howstuffworks.com): • The sending computer splits the data into chunks called packets which contain the destination address • The sending computer sends the first packet to a router connected to the internet • The router then forwards the packet to another router which is closer to the destination • The next router forwards the packet to the next router...

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Unit 7 Assignment 7 Chris Wiginton

application level signaling protocol for setting up, modifying, and terminating real-time sessions between participants over an IP data network. Fifth Main Bank can use SIP technology to support any type of single-media or multi-media session, including teleconferencing. The key driving force behind SIP technology is to enable Internet telephony, also referred to as Voice over IP (VoIP.) Using Real-Time Transport Protocol (RTP), Fifth Main Bank can exchange audio, video, or other multimedia content between...

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Internet Cafe

completely installed with Windows 98 operating system and using static IP Address instead of dynamic IP (DHCP) for each system because CCAutoSoft cyber cafe management software currently only support static IP Address. Installing and Configuring Ethernet Adapter Card In order to enable each PC communicate with each other we have to install the networking protocol. Common ones used in a simple network are IPX/SPX and TCP/IP. To install, open Network Neighborhood properties, click “Add” button,...

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Wireless Security

have varying capabilities and limitations both as computing devices and as client devices accessing corporate networks. The wireless networks that support mobile devices are similarly diverse. By relying on industry standard protocols like TCP/IP, HTTP, SMTP and TAP, Mobile Services for Domino supports many of the major wireless networks currently in operation. This standards-based approach also provides MSD with a common security model that can operate across wireless networks, while at the...

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