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0 to 255
49152 to 65535
1024 to 49151
0 to 1023
10 base T
10 base -2
The host portion of the IP address
The network portion of the IP address
Host default gateway address
The MAC address
This exchange is part of the three way hand shake
The destination port indicates that a telnet session has been initiated
The source port does not support communication with the destination port that is listed
The destination port indicates that an SMTP session has been initiated
The protocol is a connection oriented protocol
MAC address of the server and port number of the service
IP address of the host and port number of the service
MAC address of the host and port number of the service
IP address of the server and port number of the service
Timing and synchronization
Destination and source physical addresses
Destination and source logical network addresses
Destination and source process numbers
10.10.128.0 to 10.10.160.255
10.10.128.0 to 10.10.159.255
10.10.128.0 to 10.10.192.255
10.10.128.0 to 10.10.0.159
10.10.128.0 to 10.10.159.0
Router interface fa 0/0
Router interface fa 0/1
The gateway addresses are broadcast addresses
Host Y is assigned a multicast address
Host X and host Y belong to different networks
Host X is assigned a network address
The interface is configured as a DCE device
The interface timers are cleared
The fast ethernet interface is made to emulate a serial interface by assigning it a timing signal
The IP address for the serial interface is configured
Point to point
It affects the operation of the device immediately when modified
It is stored in NVRAM
It should be deleted using the erase running-config command
It is automatically saved when the router reboots
Hosts A and B are not on the same subnet as host C
The IP addresses on the router serial interfaces are wrong
The subnet mask on host C is improperly configured.
The fast ethernet interface fa 0/0 of router 1 is wrongly configured.
Destination MAC:0030.8596.DE83 default gateway 184.108.40.206
Destination MAC:0030.8596.DE82 default gateway:172.16.9.2
Destination MAC:030.8517.44C4 default gateway 172.16.1.1
Destination MAC:030.8517.44C4 default gateway 220.127.116.11
It uses error control mechanisms
It uses a connectionless protocol only for multiple simultaneous transmissions
It uses multiple layer 2 source addresses
It uses multiple port numbers
Three networks are needed
Two logical address ranges are required
A single broadcast domain is present
Three collision domains are present
Four networks are needed.
1.MUA 2 MDA 3.MTA 4.SMTP 5.MTA 6.POP 7.MDA 8.MUA
1.MUA 2.POP 3.MDA 4.SMTP 5.MTA 6.MDA 7.SMTP 8.MUA
1.MUA.2.POP.3.SMTP 4.MDA 5.MTA 6.SMTP 7.POP 8.MUA
1.MUA 2.SMTP 3.MTA 4.SMTP 5.MTA 6.MDA 7.POP 8. MUA
• The switch will remove the MAC address at Fa0/19 immediately.
• The switch will retain the MAC address until host B is powered on again.
• The switch will rebuild the MAC table by assigning the FFFF.FFFF.FFFF address to port Fa0/19.
• The contents of ROM will change.
• The contents of RAM will change
• The contents of NVRAM will change.
• The contents of flash will change.
It terminates at the Ethernet port of the router.
It provides out-of-band console access.
It terminates at the serial interface of the router.
It requires a Telnet client on host A to access the router.
• It segments and reorders the data.
• It exchanges data between programs that are running on the source and destination hosts.
• It controls how data is placed onto the media.
• It generates signals to represent the bits in each frame.
It encapsulates each packet with a header and a trailer to transfer it across the local media.
• The cable that is used is an Ethernet crossover cable.
• The transmit pin of the cable is terminated to the receive pin.
The maximum distance between the switch and the PC can be 100 m.
• The maximum supported bandwidth is 1000 Mb/s.
The Category 6 cable simulates a point-to-point WAN link and is unusable for this type of connection
Configure the description at interface serial 0/0/0
Configure an IP address on interface serial 0/0/0.
Remove the no shutdown command at interface serial 0/0/0
Reboot the router.
The initial window size is determined via the two-way handshake.
The window size for the TCP session that is represented is initially set to 3000 bytes.
Acknowledgment number 3001 indicates that host A will send the next segment with sequence number 3001
Host B expects that the next received segment number will be 3000.
No more acknowledgments will be exchanged.
Use the ipconfig command at the host.
Use the ipconfig/all command at the destination.
Use the tracert command at the host.
Use the ping command at the destination.
The IP address of the website resolver1.xyz.local
It uniquely identifies each host.
It assists in forwarding packets across internetworks.
It uses a logical 32-bit IPv4 address.
It is not a configurable address.
It is a physical address.
It monitors the media for presence of a data signal.
After detecting a collision, hosts can resume transmission after a random timer has expired.
A jam signal is used to ensure that all hosts are aware that a collision has occurred.
Devices can be configured with a higher transmission priority.
Data is transmitted only when the data signal is present