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Wireless access point
IP address: 10.10.9.37 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.240 Default gateway: 10.10.9.35
IP address: 10.10.9.37 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.224 Default gateway: 10.10.9.35
IP address: 10.10.9.29 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.248 Default gateway: 10.10.9.35
IP address: 10.10.9.32 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.224 Default gateway: 10.10.9.35
IP address: 10.10.9.37 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.224 Default gateway: 126.96.36.199
0 to 255
49152 to 65535
1024 to 49151
0 to 1023
1.MUA 2.MDA 3.MTA 4.SMTP 5.MTA 6.POP 7.MDA 8.MU
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 cable is suitable for connecting a switch to a router Ethernet port
The cable is suitable for connecting dissimilar types of devices.
The cable is unusable and must be rewired.
The cable is terminated in a way that the transmit pin is wired to the receive pin.
The cable simulates a point-to-point WAN link.
Four collision domains are present.
One logical network is represented.
Two broadcast domains are present.
Three networks are needed.
Three logical address ranges are required.
Destination IP: 192.168.72.2 Source MAC: 0007.C2B4.3421
Destination IP: 192.168.10.4 Source MAC: 0030.8596.DE81
Destination IP: 192.168.10.4 Source MAC: 0007.C2B4.3421
Destination IP: 192.168.72.2 Source MAC: 0030.8596.DE81
It segments and reorders the data.
It exchanges the frames between nodes.
It defines the method by which network devices place data onto the media.
It manages the transfer of data between the processes that run on each host.
It retrieves signals from the media and restores them to their bit representations.
Devices listen to the media and transmit data only when they cannot detect another signal on the media.
All devices on the media can hear all communications.
Devices communicate based on a configured priority.
After a collision occurs, the devices that caused the collision have first priority when attempting to retransmit.
When a collision occurs, all devices stop transmitting for a randomly generated period of time.
The IP address at the fa0/0 interface of the router is incorrectly configured.
The subnet mask at the fa0/1 interface of the router is incorrectly entered.
The IP address at the serial interface of the router is incorrectly configured.
The hosts in the Accounts office are not on the same subnet as the hosts in the Education office.
Host A is assigned a network address.
Host B is assigned a multicast address.
Host A and host B belong to different networks.
The gateway addresses are network addresses.
This PC cannot communicate with other networks.
The network can have 14 hosts.
The network can have 14 hosts.
The prefix of the computer address is /25.
The assigned address is a private address.
Use the description command on the FastEthernet interface Fa0/0.
Configure the clock rate of the FastEthernet interface Fa0/0.
Use the no shutdown command on the FastEthernet interface Fa0/0.
Reboot the router.
Host A is transferring files to host B using FTP.
Host A will send the next segment containing data for this session starting with byte number 11
The segment from the destination host indicates that 11 bytes have been received successfully
Host A is initiating a Telnet session to host B
Host B can send the next segment of the data starting with byte number 2
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 ports.
Device physical address
Destination host logical address
Virtual connection identifier
Switch A, switch D, switch G, host Y
Router B, router E, router F, host Y
Switch A, router B, switch D, router E, router F, switch G, host Y
Switch A, router B, router F, switch G, host Y
Network ID: 172.20.128.0 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Network ID: 172.20.128.0 Subnet mask: 255.255.0.0
Network ID: 172.20.128.0 Subnet mask: 255.255.224.0
Network ID: 172.20.128.0 Subnet mask: 255.255.240.0
Network ID: 172.20.128.0 Subnet mask: 255.255.255.240
The no shutdown command has not been applied to the interfaces.
The clock rate command has not been entered on the DCE interface.
The interface timers are not cleared.
The FastEthernet interface is emulating a serial interface by assigning it a timing signal.
The source port indicates that the session is an http session.
The connection is not successful.
The source port of the host is 3166.
The destination port is 80.
The source port does not support communication with the destination port that is listed.
The UDP transport layer protocol provides for low overhead data delivery.
The TCP transport layer protocol uses windowing and acknowledgments for reliable transfer of data.
The TCP and UDP port numbers are used by application layer protocols.
The TCP transport layer protocol provides services to direct the data packets to their destination hosts.
The UDP transport layer protocol is a connection-oriented protocol.
Users who attempt to connect to the console port of the router must enter a password.
The entries permit access through the console by the use of j1mdi2 as the password.
The entries eliminate the need for authentication.
Access through the console will be denied because the console configuration is incomplete.
The entries prevent passwords from being displayed as plain text.
Connection 1 - straight-through cable Connection 2 - straight-through cable Connection 3 - crossover cable
Connection 1 - straight-through cable Connection 2 - crossover cable Connection 3 - rollover cable
Connection 1 - crossover cable Connection 2 - rollover cable Connection 3 - straight-through cable
Connection 1 - crossover cable Connection 2 - straight-through cable Connection 3 - crossover cable
Connection 1 - straight-through cable Connection 2 - rollover cable Connection 3 - crossover cable
Data link layer
It supports data communications between networks.
It is configured by the network technician.
It is a 16-bit IPv4 address.
It prevents broadcasts.
It uniquely identifies each host.
Use the ping 127.0.0.1 command.
Use the ipconfig command.
Use the ipconfig/all command.
Use the ping 10.0.0.254 command.
It will drop the frame.
It will send the frame back to host A.
It will send the frame to all hosts except host A.
It will forward the frame to the default gateway.
The Telnet server process is running on PC1.
Only the exchange of the Telnet username and password is encrypted.
The GET request is sent to RouterA to retrieve data.
The SSH service is used to connect PC1 to RouterB.
It will drop the packet.
It will forward the packet via FastEthernet 0/1.
It will forward the packet to the next hop address