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Chapter 7 networking

1. What is the result of converting 11110000.10111001.00001000. 01100111 to dotted decimal notation?
2. What does IANA stand for? Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
3. Which of the following describe IPv4? Answers A, B, and C A) Uses decimal, not hexadecimal numbers B) Uses periods, not colons, as separators C) Uses four octets
4. What is the result of converting to binary? 11000000.10101000. 00000000. 00000001
5. Which of the following are not valid IP addresses to assign to a Windows-based system? Answers B and C..... B) C)
6. Which of the following is a valid assignable Class A IP address? A)
7. Which of the following is a valid Class B IP address? B)
8. Which of the following is a valid Class C IP address? C)
9. Which method sends a packet from a single computer to a group of interested computers? Select the best answer. C) Multicast
10. What processes are used to take a single class of IP addresses and chop it up into multiple smaller groups? Answers A and C..... A)CIDR C)Subnetting
11. Which statements about subnet masks are true? B) Every client on a network shares the same subnet mask.
12. In which order are packets created and sent when a client requests an IP address from a DHCP server? A) DHCP Discover, DHCP Offer, DHCP Request, DHCP Acknowledge
13. Which of the following is not a valid classful subnet mask? D)
14. Which command would you use to force a DHCP request on a Windows computer? D) ipconfig /renew
15. Which of the following IP addresses indicates a computer configured for dynamic addressing was unable to locate a DHCP server? D)
1. The ----------- portion of an Ip address resembles network ID
2. The ---------- portion of an Ip address assigned to a host computer consists of from one to three octlets, with the final octlet between 1 and 254. host ID
3. The single organization that distributes Ip addresses is called. Internet Assigned numbers Authority(IANA).
4. The IP address is a valid ---------- address. IPv4
5. The command ----------is a utility that comes with microsoft windows to show TCP/IP settings. Ipconfig
6 The command -----------is a utility for UNIX/LINUX/Mac OS x used to show TCP/IP settings. ifconfig
7. The ---------- is used to translate IP addresses to MAC addresses. Address resolution Protocal(ARP)
8 Computers set for dynamic addressing that cannot locate a DHCP server use ----------- to assign themselves an Ip address. APIPA Automatic Private IP Addressing
9 The router interface is commonly known as the---------. default gateway.
10. The ------------- is a 32-bit binary number common to all computers on a network that is used to determine to which network a computer belongs. Subnet mask
Class A IP Class B IP Class C IP A,,1 through 126 B,,,128 through 191 C,,,192 through 223
CIDR is based on a concept called Subnetting
TCP comes with communication rules that require both acknowledge others presence and readiness to send and receive data. This process is called ACK/Nack
Created by: Matthew28