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What is SAPI used for?
voice/telephony applications
What advantage does ISAPI have over CGI?
does not create a process for each iteration; therefore less server-intensive
What boolean search will find A without B?
A -B
What is SAPI?
Speech API
What are the layers of the TCP/IP stack?
Application, Transport, Internet, Network Access
Are cookies encrypted?
no, plain-text
How do Windows-based systems implement TCP/IP?
as a DLL (Winsock)
What is SQL used for?
finding and placing information in a database
How many hosts can a Class A network support?
16 million
Is CGI client- or server-based?
server-based
What is the first-octet range for Class C addresses?
192-223
What is MIME used for?
sending non-ASCII files over email
What is the first-octet range for Class A addresses?
1-126
What are API's used for?
building blocks for Windows programs
What boolean search will find A and B together?
"A B"
What is the first-octet range for Class D addresses?
224-239
What does API stand for?
Application Programming Interface
What graphics resolution will 256-color monitors support?
8-bit
What is the main purpose of a cookie?
identification
What port does FTP use?
21
What is the biggest disadvantage to CGI?
server-intensive
What are the three types of webpage caching?
client, server, and proxy
What does CGI stand for?
Common Gateway Interface
What port does NNTP use?
119
What does SQL stand for?
Structured Query Language
When is proxy caching used?
When on a LAN
What is the difference between CGI and programs like ActiveX and Java applets?
ActiveX and Java are client-based
What change needs to be made to a URL if using a nonstandard port?
append URL with :<port_number>
What does MIME stand for?
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
What port does POP3 use?
110
What is the first-octet range for Class B addresses?
127-191
What address is known as the "loopback" address?
127.0.0.1
What port does LDAP use?
389
What port does Telnet use?
23
What are Class D addresses used for?
multicasting
What port does SMTP use?
25
What is the drawback of server caching?
uses lots of RAM
What is active caching?
when a proxy server automatically retrieves commonly-viewed pages for caching
How many hosts can a Class B network support?
65,000
How many hosts can a Class C network support?
254