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  • 1. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What transport layer protocol does TFTP use? 1. TCP 2. IP 3. UDP 4. CFTP Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 1
  • 2. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What transport layer protocol does TFTP use? • TCP • IP • UDP • CFTP Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 2
  • 3. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What steps must occur for devices to communicate between different physical network segments? (Choose two.) 1. learning the IP address of the source device 2. obtaining the MAC address of the intermediate device 3. transferring the data packets from one network segment to another to reach the destination host 4. obtaining the IP address of the local host Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 3
  • 4. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What steps must occur for devices to communicate between different physical network segments? (Choose two.) • learning the IP address of the source device • obtaining the MAC address of the intermediate device • transferring the data packets from one network segment to another to reach the destination host • obtaining the IP address of the local host Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 4
  • 5. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which of the following are major advantages of DHCP over BOOTP? (Choose two.) 1. It allows user to be mobile. 2. It does not require fixed profiles to assign IP addresses. 3. It requires only three packet exchanges to obtain an IP address. 4. It uses a table of static IP addresses developed by the network system administrator. 5. It requires the IP address to be linked with the same MAC address. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 5
  • 6. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which of the following are major advantages of DHCP over BOOTP? (Choose two.) • It allows user to be mobile. • It does not require fixed profiles to assign IP addresses. • It requires only three packet exchanges to obtain an IP address. • It uses a table of static IP addresses developed by the network system administrator. • It requires the IP address to be linked with the same MAC address. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 6
  • 7. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which items may be included in a BOOTP packet? (Choose two.) 1. the destination IP address of a WAN workstation 2. the address of a router 3. vendor-specific information 4. the routing protocol of the destination network Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 7
  • 8. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which items may be included in a BOOTP packet? (Choose two.) • the destination IP address of a WAN workstation • the address of a router • vendor-specific information • the routing protocol of the destination network Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 8
  • 9. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 If a device doesn’t know the MAC address of a device on an adjacent network, it sends an ARP request to what? 1. The default gateway 2. The closest router 3. The router interface 4. All of the above Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 9
  • 10. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 If a device doesn’t know the MAC address of a device on an adjacent network, it sends an ARP request to what? • The default gateway • The closest router • The router interface • All of the above Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 10
  • 11. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What should a system administrator consider when assigning an IP address to a network server? (Choose two.) 1. Servers should have addresses assigned dynamically through a DHCP. 2. Servers with a dynamically assigned IP address would be difficult to locate on a network. 3. Servers with periodically changed IP addresses have little effect on a network. 4. Servers should have IP addresses assigned statically by a network system administrator. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 11
  • 12. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What should a system administrator consider when assigning an IP address to a network server? (Choose two.) • Servers should have addresses assigned dynamically through a DHCP. • Servers with a dynamically assigned IP address would be difficult to locate on a network. • Servers with periodically changed IP addresses have little effect on a network. • Servers should have IP addresses assigned statically by a network system administrator. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 12
  • 13. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which of the following initiates an ARP request? 3. A device that can locate the destination IP address in its ARP table 4. The RARP server in response to a malfunctioning device 5. A diskless workstation with an empty cache 6. A device that cannot locate the destination MAC address in its ARP table Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 13
  • 14. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which of the following initiates an ARP request? • A device that can locate the destination IP address in its ARP table • The RARP server in response to a malfunctioning device • A diskless workstation with an empty cache • A device that cannot locate the destination MAC address in its ARP table Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 14
  • 15. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Several solutions have been developed to expand the number of IP addresses available for public use. Which technologies are solutions? (Choose three.) 1. DHCP 2. classless interdomain routing 3. a new 64 bit addressing scheme 4. Network Address Translation 5. IPv6 6. IPv5 Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 15
  • 16. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Several solutions have been developed to expand the number of IP addresses available for public use. Which technologies are solutions? (Choose three.) • DHCP • classless interdomain routing • a new 64 bit addressing scheme • Network Address Translation • IPv6 • IPv5 Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 16
  • 17. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 In what ways are the TCP/IP and OSI models the same? (Choose three.) 1. Both have an application layer. 2. Both have a physical layer. 3. Both assume circuit-switched networks. 4. Both have network access and data-link layers. 5. Both have similar transport and network layers. 6. Both assume packet-switched networks. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 17
  • 18. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 In what ways are the TCP/IP and OSI models the same? (Choose three.) • Both have an application layer. • Both have a physical layer. • Both assume circuit-switched networks. • Both have network access and data-link layers. • Both have similar transport and network layers. • Both assume packet-switched networks. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 18
  • 19. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Within a company's TCP/IP network, failure to access e-mail on a remote server has been diagnosed as a network access problem. Which of the following could be the cause? (Choose two.) 1. DNS 2. PPP 3. ATM 4. TCP 5. SMTP 6. Ethernet Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 19
  • 20. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Within a company's TCP/IP network, failure to access e-mail on a remote server has been diagnosed as a network access problem. Which of the following could be the cause? (Choose two.) • DNS • PPP • ATM • TCP • SMTP • Ethernet Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 20
  • 21. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which operations are performed by IP? (Choose three.) 1. routing packets to remote hosts 2. providing a physical addressing scheme 3. defining frames 4. defining packets 5. transferring data between the internet layer and the network access layer 6. transferring data between the internet layer and the application layer Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 21
  • 22. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which operations are performed by IP? (Choose three.) • routing packets to remote hosts • providing a physical addressing scheme • defining frames • defining packets • transferring data between the internet layer and the network access layer • transferring data between the internet layer and the application layer Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 22
  • 23. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which of the following are TCP services? (Choose three.) 1. address resolution 2. end-to-end communication 3. flow control 4. reliability of data delivery 5. path determination 6. data representation Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 23
  • 24. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which of the following are TCP services? (Choose three.) • address resolution • end-to-end communication • flow control • reliability of data delivery • path determination • data representation Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 24
  • 25. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What version of IP was developed as IPng, and what year was it introduced by IETF? (Choose two.) 1. IPv4 2. IPv6 3. IPv8 4. 1981 5. 1992 6. 2002 Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 25
  • 26. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What version of IP was developed as IPng, and what year was it introduced by IETF? (Choose two.) • IPv4 • IPv6 • IPv8 • 1981 • 1992 • 2002 Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 26
  • 27. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which network device table contains the IP and MAC address of other devices on the same LAN? 1. DHCP 2. RARP 3. ARP 4. DNS Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 27
  • 28. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which network device table contains the IP and MAC address of other devices on the same LAN? • DHCP • RARP • ARP • DNS Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 28
  • 29. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 How do some computer operating systems prevent duplicate IP addresses on a local area network? 1. They are able to allow duplicate IP addresses on a single LAN segment. 2. The network DNS server reconciles IP address duplication. 3. They send ARP requests throughout a local area network. 4. They use UDP packets to bypass IP addresses. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 29
  • 30. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 How do some computer operating systems prevent duplicate IP addresses on a local area network? • They are able to allow duplicate IP addresses on a single LAN segment. • The network DNS server reconciles IP address duplication. • They send ARP requests throughout a local area network. • They use UDP packets to bypass IP addresses. Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 30
  • 31. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which model would a networking professional use to better understand the data communication process? 1. OSI model 2. IEEE model 3. ANSI model 4. Internetworking model Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 31
  • 32. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 Which model would a networking professional use to better understand the data communication process? • OSI model • IEEE model • ANSI model • Internetworking model Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 32
  • 33. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What does the sending device need to communicate with another local IP host? 1. the IP address of the nearest LAN server 2. the MAC address of the destination device 3. the IP address and MAC address of the destination device 4. the IP address of the next hop switch Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 33
  • 34. Cisco 1 - Networking Basics Chapter 9 What does the sending device need to communicate with another local IP host? • the IP address of the nearest LAN server • the MAC address of the destination device • the IP address and MAC address of the destination device • the IP address of the next hop switch Perrine. J 07/15/09 Page 34