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Table Of Contents  CertiGuide to Network+
 9  Appendix A: Answers to Success Questions and Real World Exam Questions
      9  Chapter 1010: Real World Exam Answers

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86. Your e-mail server is not receiving SMTP mail, and you suspect problems with TCP port 25. What utility should be used to test your suspicions?

A. PING

B. TELNET

C. TRACERT

D. NETSTAT

E. NBTSTAT

Explanation: You can use TELNET to test any TCP port number. This is an excellent way to quickly test malfunctioning ports.

& Domain 4.1: Given a troubleshooting scenario, select the appropriate TCP/IP utility from among the following: Tracert, ping, ARP, Nbtstat, Netstat. IPconfig/Ifconfig, WinIPcfg, Nslookup.

& Domain 4.2: Given a troubleshooting scenario involving a small Office/Home Office network failure (e.g., xDSL, cable, home satellite, wireless, POTS) identify the cause the problem.


 

87. Name the three most popular Network Operating Systems used today:

A. Microsoft Windows NT

B. Lantastic

C. UNIX

D. Banyan Vines

E. Novell NetWare

Explanation: The three most common Network Operating Systems used today are Unix, Microsoft Windows NT, and Novell NetWare.

& Domain 4.4: Given specific parameters, configure client to connect to the following servers: Unix/ Linux, Netware, Windows, Macintosh.


 

88. What are some advantages of a Client/Server network over a Peer-to-Peer network?

A. Application versatility is better on a Client/Server

B. Security is better on a Client/Server

C. Performance is better on a Client/Server

D. Ease-of-use is better on a Client/Server

E. Client/Server is easier to administrate

Explanation: The Client/Server model involves a client software requesting a service from a server software. Peer-to-peer involves software with the same capabilities on both ends, with either end able to initiate a connection.

& Domain 3.1: Identify the basic capabilities (i.e., client support, interoperability, authentication, file and print services, application support, and Security: Unix/Linux, NetWare, Windows, Macintosh.


 

89. User-level security requires:

A. Administrator control for the directories to be shared

B. Share-level security to be implemented first

C. A dollar sign to be appended to each shared directory name

D. A security provider service

Explanation: User-level security relies on a security provider, such as an NT or NetWare server.

& Domain 3.1: Identify the basic capabilities (i.e., client support, interoperability, authentication, file and print services, application support, and Security: Unix/Linux, NetWare, Windows, Macintosh. 3.2 Identify the basic capabilities of client workstations (i.e., client connectivity, local security mechanisms, and authentication).


 

90. The number of users that can access a shared resource using User-level security on an NT server is:

A. One

B. Unlimited

C. Limited to the number of licensed users

D. Depends on available free disk space

E. Any specific number set by the administrator or owner of the resource.

Explanation: Although you can physically grant permission to more users than you actually have licenses for, legally the maximum number of users that can share an NT resource is limited only by the number of licenses you have.

& Domain 3.1: Identify the basic capabilities (i.e., client support, interoperability, authentication, file and print services, application support, and Security: Unix/Linux, NetWare, Windows, Macintosh.


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