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Which device is most efficient at moving packets between similiar network topologies?

A Gateway
B Router
C Brouter
D Bridge
D Bridge
Which IEEE 802standard uses bus topology and coaxial baseband cable and is able to transmit at 10Mbps?

A 802.4
B 802.3
C 802.2
D 802.1
B 802.3
______________ is immune to electromagnetic or radio-frequency interference.

A Broadband coaxial cabling
B Fibre-optic cabling
C Twisted-pair cabling
D CSMA/CD
B Fibre-optic cabling
Printers, files, e-mail, and groupware can all be categorised as _____________

A Office equipment
B Peer-to-peer networking
C Resources
D Protocols
C Resources
Which OSI layer signals "all clear" by making sure the data frames are error-free?

A Application layer
B Session Layer
C Transport layer
D Network layer
C Transport layer
Which topology is easiest to modify?

A Star
B Bus
C Ring
D Token Ring
A Star
The ______ layer is responsible for logical addressing.

A Physical
B Data Link
C Network
D Transport
C Network
Which layer of the OSI model has the important role of providing error checking?

A Session layer
B Presentation layer
C Application layer
D Transport layer
D Transport layer
Which type of cabling is easiest to install?

A Twisted-pair
B Coaxial
C Fibre-optic
D Wireless
A Twisted-pair
_____________ is the type of media access used by NIC's that listen to or sense the cable to check for traffic and send only when they hear that no one else is transmitting

A Token passing
B CSMA/CD
C CSMA/CA
D Demand priority
B CSMA/CD
A physical star topology consists of several workstations that branch of a central device called a _______

A Repeater
B Brouter
C Router
D Hub
D Hub
A __________ links two or more computers together to communicate or share resources.

A Server
B Resource
C Network
D Client
C Network
Which access method asks the other workstations for permission to transmit before transmitting?

A CSMA/CD
B CSMA/CA
C Token passing
D Demand priority
B CSMA/CA
__________ offers the longest possible segment length.

A Unshielded twisted-pair cabling
B Coaxial cable
C Fibre-optic cabling
D Shielded twisted-pair cabling
C Fibre-optic cabling
_______ uses thin baseband coaxial cable and a bus topology, transmits at 10Mbps, with a distance up to 185 metres.

A Token Ring
B Ethernet 10BaseT
C Ethernet 10Base5
D Ethernet 10Base2
D Ethernet 10Base2
Which topology uses the least amount of cabling, but also covers the shortist distance?

A Bus
B Star
C Mesh
D Hybrid
A Bus
Which layer describes how the data is transmitted over a physical medium?

A Session layer
B Data link layer
C Physical layer
D Application layer
C Physical layer
What is another name for IEEE 802.3?

A Logic link control
B Token passing
C CSMA/CD LAN
D Token Ring LAN
C CSMA/CD LAN
What type of cabling looks similar to the cable used to connect cable television?

A Twisted-pair
B Coaxial
C Fibre-optic
D Wireless
B Coaxial
What devices transfer packets across multiple networks and use tables to store network addresses to determine the best destination?

A Brouters
B Routers
C Gateways
D Bridges
B Routers
What is the most common standard deployed for wireless networks?

A ANS/ITA 231
B IEEE 802.3b
C IEEE 802.2RF
D IEEE 802.11b
D IEEE 802.11b