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36 Cards in this Set

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What command will resolve MAC addresses?
Address Resolution Protocol
What layer is responsible for error correction.

Layer 4
What basic command tests connectivity between two nodes?

Packet Internet Groper
What does OSI stand for?
open system interconnect
What type of interface does IOS use?
Command Line Interface
On what layer does a bridge operate?
Layer 2 Data Link
1st network protocol used in windows systems.
What protocols are used in IPX/SPX?
What is the job of the router?
To route packets from one area of the network to another part of the network.
MAC addresses are ___________ bits in length.
48 bits
Which command is used to see outgoing routes that packets take between devices?
At which layer of the OSI model does NetBIOS operate.

a. Layer 3
b. Layer 5
c. Layer 4
d. Layer 1
b. Layer 5 the session layer
Which layer of the OSI model handles routing?
Layer 3 the network layer
Which OSI Layer defines physical addressing.
Layer 2, the data link layer
If a device doesn't know the MAC address of a device on an adjacent network, it sends an ARP request to ...
a. The default gateway
b. The closest router
c. The router interface
d. All of the above
a. the defualt gateway
What layer of the OSI is associated with the term "Frame"?
Layer 2, the Data Link layer
What range of addresses in the first octet of an IP address represents a multicast?

a. 224-240
b. 224-236
c. 224-239
d. 224-254
c. 224-239
What does TCP stand for?
transmission control protocol
ISDN is an example of what connection type?

a. leased line
b. packet-switched
c. circuit switched
d. none of the above
c. circuit switched
Command to view the system clock in Cisco IOS.
show clock
Which layer of the OSI is the last layer to process info from a transmitting computer
Which command is used to enter the global configuration mode.
conf t

or configure terminal
Which command will reboot Cisco IOS?
At what layer does TCP and UDP reside.
Layer 4, transport
What command will reboot the IOS?
What do you type to move the cursor back one letter?
a. CTRL + b
b. CTRL + e
c. CTRL + f
d. CTRL + d
a. CTRL + b
What does NVRAM stand for?
Non-volatile random access memory.
Which OSI layer is responsible for logical addressing?
Layer 3, the network layer
A logical network address is made up of what two protions? (choose 2)

a. Network
b. Vendor code
c. node
d. MAC
a and c

example: In a class c address, the first 3 octets represent the network and the last 3 represent the node.
Which of the following are considered class C addresses? (choose two)

b and d

Class C addresses are commonly used for small to mid-size businesses. IP addresses with a first octet from 192 to 223 are part of this class.
Where does the MAC address reside?
On the NIC
Media Access control refers to what?

a. A state in which a NIC has cpatured the networking media and is ready to transmitt.
b. Rules that govern media capturing and releasing.
c. Protocols that determine which node on a shared-medium enviornment is allowed to transmit the data.
d. When a formal byte sequence has been transmitted.
Which answer best describes a CSMA/CD network?

a. Signals are sent directly to the destination if the source knows both the MAC and IP address.
b. One node's transmission traverses the entire network and is received and examined by every other node.
c. One node's transmission goes to the nearest router which sends it directly to its destination.
d. Signals are always sent in broadcast mode.
What type of information does a router route?

a. bits
b. frames
c. packets
d. segments
c. packets
Which of the following is true of the TCP/IP Models application Layer?
a. it maps closely to the OSI reference models upper layers
b. it supports all standard physical and data-link protocols
c. it transfers information in a sequence of datagrams
d. it reasembles datagrams into complete messages at the receiving location
a. it maps closely to the OSI reference models upper layers
When do collisions occur in an ethernet or IEEE 802.3 LAN?
a. when one node places a packet on a network without informing the other nodes
b. when two stations listen for traffic, hear none, and transmit simultaneously
c. when two network nodes send packets to a node that is no longer broadcasting
d. when jitter is detected and traffic is disrupted during normal transmission
b. when two stations listen for traffic, hear none, and transmit simultaneously