Wireless access point
When a high-speed connection is provided over a cable TV network
When a digital connection is provided using ISDN
When a regular telephone line is used
When a cellular telephone provides the service
It describes how computers access the LAN medium.
It depicts the locations of main routers and switches in a LAN.
It lists the number of computers, routers, and switches on the LAN.
It defines how computers connect to a LAN.
Replace all labeling on the cables.
Replace all cable supports to prevent loose attachment points.
Disconnect and reconnect all patch cables.
Inspect all patch cables for breaks.
Immediately turning off a network device if the network device is making an unusual sound
Educating users on IT policies and procedures
Using cable supports to identify the devices to which the cables are connected
Not doing preventive maintenance regularly if the maintenance interrupts network activity
The router that connects this network to other networks is down.
The network interface card driver needs to be updated.
The IP default gateway on the computer is incorrect.
The computer cannot communicate with a DHCP server.
IEEE 802.11n wireless
Fiber optic cabling
End-to-end establishment before delivery
802.11a wireless devices will not be able to connect to the wireless network.
The 802.11g standard does not support static IP addressing.
The 802.11g standard does not support advanced network security features.
Using only 802.11g will cause multiple SSIDs to be broadcast.
1640 ft (500 m)
984 ft (300 m)
328 ft (100 m)
3280 ft (1000 m)
607 ft (185 m)
It is supported by IEEE 802.3 standards.
It is supported by IEEE 802.5 standards.
It typically uses an average of 16 Mb/s for data transfer rates.
It uses a ring topology.
It uses the CSMA/CD access control method.
The company network requires secure access to confidential information.
Each user understands how to safely share files across a network.
All employees passed a strict background check as part of the corporate hiring practices.
The data gathered by the employees is critical and should be backed up on a regular basis.
The network is small with fewer than eight users.
The users need a central database to store inventory and sales information.
When it is connected to a workstation
When it is connected to a laptop
When it is connected to a switch
When it is connected to a PC
The PC default gateway address is missing or incorrect.
The NIC on the PC is faulty.
The PC has an incorrect IP address.
The network cable connected to the user PC is faulty.
The maximum cable distance in meters
The series number of the standard
The maximum number of network nodes
The maximum bandwidth in Mb/s
Change the NIC duplex setting from half duplex to full duplex.
Disable sleep mode.
Disable hibernation mode.
Change the value assigned to the NIC wake-on-LAN setting.
Check if the refurbished computers are using a VPN.
Check if the network interface cards in the refurbished computers are limited to 10 Mb/s
Check if subnet mask is correct.
Check if the gateway address is correct.