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Final Exam Test 10

Kriz A+

1. What is a PAN? A. Partial Area Network B. Personal Area Network C. Participant Area Network D. Perimeter Area Network B. Personal Area Network
2. Which of the following provides the best security on a wireless network? A. WEP B. WPA C. WPA2 D. A Shotgun C. WPA2
3. ISP is short for what? A. Internet Service Provider B. Internet Service Provision C. International Service Page D. Interwebs Specialty Page A. Internet Service Provider
4. The Apple corporation invented which of the following protocols? A. Ethernet B. IPX C. IP D. Appletalk D. Appletalk
5. A Digital Subscriber Line can be asymmetrical or... A. Symmetrical B. Isochronous C. Asynchronous D. Isometrical A. Symmetrical
6. Which of the following would you commonly find on a corporate network today? A. A Hub B. A Brouter C. A Bridge D. A Switch D. A Switch
7. What does POTS stand for? A. Plain Old Telephone System B. Public Online Telephone Service C. Port Order Terminal Switch D. Public Switched Telephone Network A. Plain Old Telephone System
8. Satellite communication... A. Has high latency B. Is available in many parts of the world where regular internet service is not C. Is generally more expensive per Mb of bandwidth D. All of the above D. All of the above
9. The dominant protocol stack in today's networking world is... A. TCP/UDP B. TCP/IP C. IPX/SPX D. TCP/STP B. TCP/IP
10. What does MAC stand for? A. Metric Association Calibration B. Media Access Collision C. Media Authorization Caching D. Media Access Control D. Media Access Control
11. Wireless communication is generally slower than wired communication. True or false? True
12. Two examples of broadband technology are Cable and DSL. True or false? True
13. A VPN allows you to access networks you don't have permission to access. True or false? False
14. 802.11a allows 600 Mbps data speeds. True or false? False
15. IP is short for Internet Protocol. True or false? True
16. DNS allows you to automatically give out IP addresses from a pool. True or false? False
17. The Internet is an example of a WAN. True or false? True
18. FQDN is short for FULLY Qualified Domain Name. True or false? True
19. WEP privides stronger encryption than WPA. True or false? False
20. The maximum length of a NetBIOS name is 127 characters. True or false? False, 15
21. Give an example of a Class C network address. 192.0.0.x - 223.255.255.x
22. Give an example of a Private network address. -, -, -
23. What is a netmask? A netmask is used to determine if a PC is on the local network or another network.
24. Why do we use DNS? DNS is used to resolve an FQDM to an IP address to connect to, so we can identify a host in human terms.
25. What is the maximum length of a Cat5e cable? 100 meters.
26. What is the difference between Bandwidth and Latency? Bandwidth is the range of frequency in Hz used to transmit an analog signal. the larger the band the more bits that can be transmitted. Latency is the delay in transmitting data over a network, caused by circuitry propagation, routing, and distance.
27. What is the difference between a physical and logical address? A physical address like a mac address does not change. A logical address like an IP address may change.
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