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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to A+ (Core Hardware)
 9  Chapter 1011:  Networking

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1. Which technology eliminates the need for having to use NDIS?

A. Plug ‘n Pray

B. Plug ‘n Play

C. PCI

D. ISA

 

2. What two flavors does Ethernet come in, and what are the respective data speeds? [Choose two]

A. Real Ethernet, 10Mbps

B. Fast Ethernet, 100Mbps

C. Ethernet, 10Mbps

D. Ethernet, 100Mbps

 

3. Duplex data transmission is the most efficient method for sending and receiving information.

A. True

B. False

 

4. What is the maximum distance data can be transmitted over Thick Ethernet network cabling without signal attenuation?

A. 500 feet

B. 5000 feet

C. 500 meters

D. 5000 meters

 

5. What is the maximum distance data can be transmitted over Thinnet cabling without signal attenuation?

A. 185 feet

B. 185 meters

C. 500 feet

D. 500 meters

 

6. What is IBM’s Type 1 cabling more commonly referred to as?

A. STP

B. Frozen Garden Hose

C. UTP

D. Thinnet

 

7. What data speed does Category 3 cabling support?

A. 100 Mbps

B. 10 Kbps

C. 100 Kbps

D. 10 Mbps

 

8. What data speed does Category 5 cabling support?

A. 100 Mbps

B. 10 Kbps

C. 100 Kbps

D. 10 Mbps

 

9. Fiber Optic and Cat 5 cabling are prone to the 3 demons?

A. True

B. False

 

10. It is possible to transmit data between two or more PCs without being physically connected.

A. True

B. False

 

11. What is the approximate maximum data speed for two PCs using serial port connections on a network?

A. 100 Mbps

B. 100 Kbps

C. 115 Kbps

D. 115 Mbps

 

12. What best describes how a bus network topology is configured?

A. Two or more PCs linked together off of a single backbone

B. Two or more PCs linked together in a spoke-and-wheel configuration

C. Two or more PCs linked together with wireless connections

D. Two or more PCs linked together with a token passing scheme

 

13. Which of the following network topologies offers the most reliability in terms of redundancy?

A. Star

B. Mesh

C. Bus

D. Token Ring

 

14. Which of the following network protocols, or suite of protocols, is the most commonly used on The Internet?

A. TCP/IP

B. IPX/SPX

C. Banyan Vines

D. UDP/STP

 

15. What is it that allows you to break network IDs into multiple networks?

A. TCP/IP

B. Octet

C. FQDN Identifier

D. Subnet Mask

 

16. What is it that allows data to exit from your LAN, or PC, onto The Internet?

A. Default GUI

B. Default gateway

C. LAN segments

D. Hub

 

17. If you were the owner of a thriving ISP (Internet Service Provider) and wanted to make the most efficient usage of your IP addresses, what tool or service would you use?

A. DNS

B. WINS

C. UDP

D. DHCP

 

18. What type of server or protocol is responsible for matching domain names to IP addresses?

A. UDP

B. WINS

C. DNS

D. ISP

 

19. What peripheral device uniquely identifies your PC on The 'Net?

A. AGP

B. Modem

C. PNP

D. NIC

 

20. What is the primary difference between a hub and a switch?

A. A hub sends data to all PCs; a switch only sends data to the intended recipient

B. There is no difference between a hub and a switch

C. A hub is used in small networks; a switch is used in medium to large networks

D. A hub only sends data to the intended recipient; a switch sends data to all PCs


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