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How many bits are IPv4 addresses?
32
How many bits are IPv6 addresses?
128
Give an example of an IPv4 address.
192.168.1.1
Give an example of an IPv6 address.
2001:7120:0000:8001:0000:0000:0000:1F10
How many classes does IPv4 have? Name them.
3; Class A,B, and C
What is the Class A range?
1-126
What is the Class A subnet mask?
255.0.0.0
Name the Class A subset of Private addresses.
10.x.x.x
What is the IPv4 Class B range?
128-191
What is the Class B subnet mask?
255.255.0.0
Name the IPv4 Class B subset of Private addresses.
172.16.0.0-172.31.255.255
Name the IPv4 Class C range.
192-223
Define the Class C subnet mask.
255.255.255.0
Define the Class C Private addresses.
192.168.x.x
What IPv4 addresses are reserved for loopback?
127
What is the IPv6 loopback address?
::1
What is the most common type of IPv6 addresses?
Unicast
How many interfaces are Unicast addresses assigned to?
1
What is the FTP port?
21
What does SSH stand for?
Secure Shell
What port is used for SSH?
22
What port is used for Telenet?
23
What port does SMTP use?
25
What port does HTTP use?
80
What does POP3 stand for?
Post Office Protocol
What port does POP3 use?
110
What port does HTTPS use?
443
What Cat cable protocol type was only rated for 10Mbps?
Cat 3
What is the maximum speed for Cat 5?
100Mbps
What was Cat 5e rated for?
100Mbps and 1000Mbps
What is Cat 6 cable rated for?
100Mbps and gigabit networks
What is the maximum speed for 802.11a?
54Mbps
What frequency does 802.11a operate at?
5GHz
What is the maximum speed of 802.11b?
11Mbps
What frequency does 802.11b operate at?
2.4GHz
What is the maximum speed of 802.11g?
54Mbps
What frequency does 802.11g operate at?
2.4GHz
What is the maximum speed of 802.11n?
600Mbps (300 typical)
What frequency does 802.11n operate at?
5GHz and 2.4GHz
What kind of modulation does 802.11a use?
OFDM
What type of modulation does 802.11b use?
DSSS
What type of modulation does 802.11a, 802.11g and 802.11n use?
OFDM
How many classes are in the Bluetooth specifications?
3
What is the maximum transmission range for Bluetooth Class I?
100 meters
What is the maximum transmission range for Bluetooth Class II?
10 meters
What is the maximum transmission range for Bluetooth Class III?
1 meter (this protocol is hardly used)
What is the maximum data transfer rate for Bluetooth Version 1?
721Kbps
What is the maximum data transfer rate for Bluetooth Version 2?
2.1Mbps
What does WEP stand for?
Wired Equivalent Privacy
What does WPA stand for?
Wi-Fi Protected Access
What does TKIP stand for?
Temporal Key Integrity Protocol
What does AES stand for?
Advanced Encryption Standard
How many bits are defined in the WEP protocol?
64
How many bits are defined in the WPA protocol?
256
How many bits are defined in the TKIP protocol?
128
How many bits are defined in the AES protocol?
128,192, and 256
What does Port Forwarding do?
It forwards an external network port to and internal IP address
What does Port Triggering do?
It enables you to specify outgoing ports that your computer uses for special applications; their corresponding inbound ports open automaticallly when the sessions are established