CCNA Introducing Networks Questions
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

CCNA Introducing Networks Questions

on

  • 5,491 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
5,491
Slideshare-icon Views on SlideShare
4,639
Embed Views
852

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
68
Comments
0

1 Embed 852

http://freeccnatraining.com 852

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Adobe PDF

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

    CCNA Introducing Networks Questions CCNA Introducing Networks Questions Document Transcript

    • Chapter 1True/FalseIndicate whether the statement is true or false.____ 1. Two computers connected by a wire cable form a network.____ 2. In 1954, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) presented the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model.____ 3. Computers must use a common protocol to communicate properly.____ 4. Peer communication allows error checking to occur on two separate layers simultaneously.____ 5. Many LANs and WANs contain several segments. Dividing a network into segments reduces performance.Multiple ChoiceIdentify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.____ 6. The term ____ refers to the wire cabling, such as coaxial or the more commonly used twisted-pair, that form the connections in most networks. a. media c. server b. EMI d. node____ 7. ____ networks have computers that are servers and computers that act as clients to those servers. a. EMI c. Peer-to-node b. Peer-to-peer d. Client/server____ 8. A ____ is contained within a company or department and located in a single geographic area, usually a building or part of a building. a. WAN c. SAN b. LAN d. MAN____ 9. A ____ spans multiple geographic areas and is usually connected by common telecommunication carriers. a. LAN c. WAN b. SAN d. MAN____ 10. The term ____ refers to the intermediate stage between a LAN and a WAN. a. SAN c. WAN b. LAN d. MAN____ 11. The term ____ refers to a series of storage devices, such as tapes, hard drives, and CDs, that are networked together to provide very fast data storage for a network or subnetwork. a. MAN c. SAN b. WAN d. LAN____ 12. The part of the company’s network that allows access to nonemployees is called the ____, which is accessed over or through the Internet. a. intranet c. publicnet b. extranet d. privatenet
    • ____ 13. The part of the company’s network that allows access to employees is called the ____, which is completely separate from the Internet. a. intranet c. SAN b. LAN d. extranet____ 14. The seven layers of the OSI reference model communicate with one another via ____ communication. a. multicast c. peer b. logical d. unicast____ 15. The OSI model ____ layer defines the mechanical, electrical, and procedural events that occur during the physical transmission of electronic signals on the wire. a. Physical c. Data Link b. Transport d. Network____ 16. The ____ is information that is used to determine whether data was corrupted during transmission. a. LLC c. MAC b. CRC d. RPC____ 17. The ____ sublayer of the Data Link layer defines how data is packaged for the network. a. MAC c. CRC b. RPC d. LLC____ 18. The ____ sublayer of the Data Link layer defines the media access method and provides a unique identifier for the network card. a. MAC c. RPC b. LLC d. CRC____ 19. A(n) ____ address is a 48-bit address represented as a 12-digit hexadecimal number given to each network card during production. a. CRC c. LLC b. RPC d. MAC____ 20. Because the MAC address is added during the manufacturing process, it is a permanent marking. For this reason, the address is also known as a ____. a. NIC c. CRC b. BIA d. CSMA/CD____ 21. The protocols at the Network layer allow computers to route packets to remote networks using a ____ address. a. burned in c. logical b. BIA d. physical____ 22. ____ protocols, such as TCP, require an acknowledgment (ACK) of the receipt of data packets. a. Connectionless c. Application-layer b. SYN d. Connection-oriented____ 23. ____ protocols, such as User Datagram Protocol (UDP), do not require an ACK. a. Presentation-layer c. Connectionless b. Connection-oriented d. Network-layer____ 24. Data sent by a connectionless transport is called a ____. a. block c. cell b. datagram d. package
    • ____ 25. Each layer in a protocol stack may add a(n) ____ to the data as it is passed down the layers. a. PDU c. CRC b. MTU d. LLC____ 26. A(n) ____, which is also known as a header or a trailer, is specific information that is sent from one layer on the source computer to the same layer on the destination computer. a. LLC c. PDU b. MTU d. CRCCompletionComplete each statement. 27. The term computer network, or simply ____________________, refers to the connection of two or more computers by some type of medium. 28. In a client/server network, the ____________________ host the resources for the clients to use and provide security. 29. A(n) ____________________ is a device that allows a computer or other device to connect to a network through the media. 30. A(n) ____________________ is a network that uses a public communications infrastructure to facilitate private communication between a company LAN and remote employees. 31. As the layers pass the data through the protocol stack, the addition of a header and/or trailer is called ____________________.Matching Match each item with a statement below: a. EMI f. Networking software b. Infrared g. Protocol c. Peer-to-peer network h. OSI model d. NOS i. Repeaters e. Networking hardware____ 32. term that describes all the physical components of a network____ 33. a defined method for communicating between systems____ 34. a wireless transmission media____ 35. devices that boost the network signal____ 36. allows communication, security, and distribution of data, files, and applications over a network____ 37. frequently caused by nearby motors or fluorescent lighting____ 38. the programs used to run a network____ 39. when every computer on a network acts as both a client and a server
    • ____ 40. developed as an industry standard for companies to use when developing network hardware and software to ensure complete compatibilityShort Answer 41. Why do we use networks? 42. Describe various types of servers in a network. 43. What are virtual private networks? 44. What are the advantages of a layered networking model? 45. What are the responsibilities of the OSI model Physical layer? 46. What are the responsibilities of the OSI model Data Link layer? 47. What are the functions of the Network layer of the OSI model? 48. What are the responsibilities of the Transport layer of the OSI model? 49. What are the services provided by the Session layer of the OSI model? 50. What are the responsibilities of the Presentation layer of the OSI model