Answers to Questions 71-75
71. _______ handles name resolution on a UNIX network.
Print your answer: ___________
Explanation: DNS is the service that resolves names for almost ALL networks.
& Domain 2.7: Identify the purpose of the following network services (e.g. DHCP/bootp, DNS, NAT/ICS, WINS and SNMP)
72. Which TCP/IP protocol is used by e-mail clients to download mail from mail servers?
Explanation: POP3 is used for receiving mail, SMTP is for sending mail.
& Domain 2.6: Define the function of TCP/UDP ports. Identify well-known ports.
73. 00-08-C7-A3-44-7A is an example of a:
A. IPV4 address
B. IPV6 address
C. PING output
D. MAC address
E. No choice is correct
Explanation: MAC addresses uniquely identify every NIC ever made. They usually come in a series of six hexadecimal pairs, i.e. 00-08-C7-A3-44-7A. Part of this number identifies the maker.
& Domain 2.1: Given an example identify a MAC address.
74. Name two driver interfaces that allow a NIC to communicate on more than one protocol.
Explanation: Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS), developed by Microsoft and 3Com, is the standard for Windows NT/2K/XP, 95/98, OS/2, and Windows for Workgroups.
Open Data Link Interface (ODI) was jointly developed by Apple computers and Novell, and is the standard for all NetWare and AppleTalk systems.
& Domain 3.11: Given a network configuration, select the appropriate next and network configuration settings.
75. In which operating systems would you typically find NetBIOS?
C. Windows for Workgroups
E. Windows 98
Explanation: NetBIOS is a native networking protocol of Microsoft DOS and Windows networks.
& Domain 3.11: Given a network configuration select the appropriate NIC and network configuration settings (DHCP, DNS, WINS, protocols, NetBIOS/host name etc.).
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