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Which of the following best describes a network address on the Internet?
a. All four octets in the address are different.
b. Each address is unique.
c. The first three octets can be the same, but the last one must be different.
d. Two of the four octets can be the same, but the other two have to be
different.
b. Each address is unique.
Which layer of the OSI model uses the Internet Protocol addressing scheme to determine the best way to move data from one place to another?
a. Physical layer
b. Data link layer
c. Network layer
d. Transport layer
c. Network layer
What function allows routers to evaluate available routes to a destination and to establish the preferred handling of a packet?
a. Data linkage
b. Path determination
c. SDLC interface protocol
d. Frame Relay
b. Path determination
IP addresses are necessary for which of the following reasons?
a. To identify a machine on a network and the network to which it is attached
b. To identify a machine on a network
c. To identify the network
d. To keep track of whom is on a network
a. To identify a machine on a network and the network to which it is attached
Who assigns the network portion of every IP address?
a. The local network administrator
b. The person who owns the computer
c. The Network Information Center
d. The host network administrator
c. The Network Information Center