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Name the IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) Characteristics:
A. Name the Speed(s)
B. Name the Access Method
A. Speed: 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps, 1000 Mbps and 10 Gbps

B. Access Method: CSMA/CD
Name the IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet) Characteristics:
A. Name the Topology(s)
B. Name the Media
A. Topology(s): Physical Bus
Logical Bus and Physical Star
Logical Bus

B. Media: Coax or UTP
Name the IEEE 802.5 (Token Ring)Characteristics:
A. Name the Speed(s)
B. Name the Access Method
A. Speed: 4 or 16 Mbps

B. Access Method: Token Passing
Name the IEEE 802.5 (Token Ring) Characteristics:
A. Name the Topology(s)
B. Name the Media
A. Topology(s): Physical Star/ Logical ring

B. Media: STP
Name the IEEE 802.11 (Wireless) Characteristics:
A. Name the Speed(s)
B. Name the Access Method
A. Speed: 1, 2, 4, 10, 11 and 54 Mbps

B. Access Method: CSMA/CA
Name the IEEE 802.11 (Wireless) Characteristics:
A. Name the Topology(s)
B. Name the Media
A. Topology(s): No Topology

B. Media: None (Wireless)
Name the FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface)Characteristics:
A. Name the Speed(s)
B. Name the Access Method
A. Speed: 200 Mbps

B. Access Method: Token Passing
Name the FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface)
Characteristics:
A. Name the Topology(s)
B. Name the Media
A. Topology(s): Physical Star/Logical Ring

B. Media: Fiber-optic or UTP implemented as CDDI
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10BASE2?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: RG-58 cable with BNC “T” connectors

B: Max Distance: 185 meters

C: Max Speed: 10Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10BASE5?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: RG-8 cables with Vampire tap transceivers

B: Max Distance: 500 Meters

C: Max Speed: 10Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10BASE-T?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: At least UTP Category 3 cable with RJ-45 connectors

B: Max Distance: 100 Meters

C: Max Speed: 10Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10BASE-FL?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: Multimode fiber optic cable with ST or SC connectors

B: Max Distance: 2000 Meters

C: Max Speed: 10Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 100BASE-T4?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: At least UTP Category 3 cable with RJ-45 connectors Uses all 4 pairs of wires.

B: Max Distance: 100 meters

C: Max Speed: 100 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 100BASE-TX?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: At least UTP Category 5 cable with RJ-45 connectors

B: Max Distance: 100 meters

C: Max Speed: 100 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 100BASE-FX?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: Multimode fiber optic cable with ST or SC connectors

B: Max Distance: 400 meters

C: Max Speed: 100 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 1000BASE-CX?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: Twinaxial shielded cable with DB-9 or HSSDC connectors

B. Max Distance: 25 meters

C. Max Speed: 1000 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 1000BASE-LX?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: SMF cable with SC and ST connectors
B. Max Distance: 5 kilometers
C. Max Speed: 1000 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 1000BASE-SX?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: MMF cable with SC and ST connectors

B. Max Distance: 500 meters

C. Max Speed: 1000 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 1000BASE-T?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: At least Category 5e UTP cable with RJ-45 connectors

B. Max Distance: 100 meters

C. Max Speed: 1000 Mbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10GBASE-ER?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type:SMF cable with various connectors

B. Max Distance: 40 kilometers

C. Max Speed: 10 Gbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10GBASE-ER?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type:SMF cable with various connectors

B. Max Distance: 10 kilometers
C. Max Speed: 10 Gbps
Name the Cabling Characteristics for Ethernet name 10GBASE-ER?
A. Cable Type
B. Max Distance
C. Max Speed
A. Cable Type: MMF with various connectors

B. Max Distance: 300 meters

C. Max Speed: 10 Gbps
Definition of IEEE 802.1
LAN/MAN Bridging Management
Definition of IEEE 802.2
Logical Link Control (LLC)
Definition of IEEE 802.3
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) - Ethernet
Definition of IEEE 802.4
Token Passing Bus (Withdrawn)
Definition of IEEE 802.5
Token Ring
Definition of IEEE 802.6
Distributed Queue Dual Bus (DQDB) – Metropolitan Area Network
(Withdrawn)
Definition of IEEE 802.7
Broadband LAN (Withdrawn)
Definition of IEEE 802.8
802.9 Isochronous LANs (Withdrawn)
802.10 Interoperable LAN/MAN Security (Withdrawn)
802.11 Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA) Wireless
LAN
802.12 Demand-priority
802.13 Not used
802.14 Cable Modems (Withdrawn)
802.15 Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN)
802.16 Broadband Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (WMAN)
802.17 Resilient Packet Ring Access (RPA)
802.20 Mobile Broadband Wireless Access
Fiber Optic
Definition of IEEE 802.9
Isochronous LANs (Withdrawn)
Definition of IEEE 802.10
Interoperable LAN/MAN Security (Withdrawn)
Definition of IEEE 802.11
Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA) Wireless LAN
Definition of IEEE 802.12
Demand-priority
Definition of IEEE 802.13
Not used
Definition of IEEE 802.14
Cable Modems (Withdrawn)
Definition of IEEE 802.15
Wireless Personal Area Network (WPAN)
Definition of IEEE 802.16
Broadband Wireless Metropolitan Area Network (WMAN)
Definition of IEEE 802.17
Resilient Packet Ring Access (RPA)
Definition of IEEE 802.20
Mobile Broadband Wireless Access
Which type of cable is used to connect a Computer to a Computer?
Crossover
Which type of cable is used to connect a Computer to a Hub/Switch?
Standard Patch
Which type of cable is used to connect a Hub/Switch without crossover port to a Hub/Switch without crossover port?
Crossover cable plugged into
standard port
Which type of cable is used to connect a Hub/Switch with crossover port to a Hub/Switch with crossover port?
Standard Patch cable. One end
plugged into a standard port. The other end plugged into the crossover port.
Enter the number of collision and broadcast domains created when adding a hub
Collisions = 0
Broadcasts = 0
Enter the number of collision and broadcast domains created when adding a Switch
Each port = 1 new collision domain

Broadcasts = 0
Enter the number of collision and broadcast domains created when adding a Router
Each port = 1 new collision domain
Each port = 1 new broadcast domain
What is Category 1's:

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: <4ft (recommended)
B. Max Speed: <1 Mbps
C. Usage: POTS and ISDN connections
What is Category 2's:

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: 100 Meters
B. Max Speed: 4 Mbps

C. Usage: IBM Cabling System for token ring networks
What is Category 3's:

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: 100 Meters
B. Max Speed: 16 Mbps

C. Usage: Voice and data on 10BASE-T Ethernet networks
What is Category 4's:

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: 100 Meters
B. Max Speed: 20 Mbps

C. Usage: Used in 16 Mbps token Ring networks
What is Category 5's:

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: 100 Meters
B. Max Speed: 100 Mbps

C. Usage:100BASE-T Ethernet networks
What is Category 5e's:

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: 100 Meters
B. Max Speed: 1000 Mbps

C. Usage: 100BASE-T and 1000BASE-T Ethernet networks
What is Category 6's (Proposed Standard):

A. Max Segment Length
B. Max Speed
C. Usage
A. Max Segment Length: ~100 Meters
B. Max Speed: ~10 Gbps
C. Usage: 100BASE-T and 1000BASE-T Ethernet networks
and other implementations to be determined
Name the types of Backups?
Copy Backs up
Daily Backs up
Differential Backs up Normal/Full Backs up Incremental Backs up
What is a Copy Back-up? And does it clear Archive Bit?
Copy Backs up every selected file, regardless of the archive attribute setting
No!
What is a Daily Back-up? And does it clear Archive Bit?
Daily Backs up every selected file that has changed that day, regardless of the archive attribute setting
No!
What is a Differential Back-up? And does it clear Archive Bit?
Differential Backs up only those files created or changed since the last normal or incremental backup (Those files with the archive bit on). This method is also used in combination with a periodic full backup. For example, a Normal/Full backup on Mondays and a differential backup on the
remaining days of the week. Backs up more data per day but restoration time is quicker. In case of a restore, you will only need to restore the last normal backup and the last differential backup.
No!
What is a Normal/Full Back-up? And does it clear Archive Bit?
Normal/Full Backs up every selected file, regardless of the archive attribute setting.
Yes!
What is a Incremental Back-up? And does it clear Archive Bit?
Incremental Backs up only those files created or changed since the last normal/full or incremental backup. (Those files with the archive bit on) You use
this method in combination with a normal/full backup. For example, a normal/full backup on Mondays and an incremental backup on the
remaining days of the week. Backs up less data per day so backup times are quicker. However, restoration times are generally longer because you will need to restore the last normal/full backup as well as all incremental backups since the last normal backup.
Yes!
What occurs at level-7 APPLICATION
(1)-Take data from applications
(2)-Ensure all necessary resources are available
(3)-Initialize services and the network for data transmisson.
What occurs at level-6
PRESENTATION
(1)-Reformat or translate between differnt character
(2)-encrypting, decrypting and compression decompression
(3)-Provides support for error recovery
What occurs at level-5
SESSION
(1)-Assumes a reliable virtual connection
(2)-Establishing maintaining synchronizing and terminating connections
(3)-Port numbers are assigned and maintained
What occurs at level-4
TRANSPORT
(1)-Packages data into segments
(2)-Provides flow control
(3)-Performs end-to-end transport of data
What occurs at level-3
NETWORK
(1)-Break segmented data into packets and sequences
(2)-Assign logical addresses to packets
(3)-Routes packets
What occurs at level-2
DATA-LINK
(1)-Brak data packets into frames
(2)-Manages Hardware addresses(MAC)
(3)-Defines the topology of the network based on the IEEE 802.x standards
(4)-Provide error and flow control
What occurs at level-1
PHYSICAL
(1)-Physically mechanically and/or electronically connect network devices
(2)-Break frames into raw binary bits
(3)-Defines the network media used
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(7-APPLICATION) of the OSI
Gateway
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(6-PRESENTATION) of the OSI
Gateway
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(5-SESSION) of the OSI
Gateway
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(4-TRANSPORT) of the OSI
Gateway
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(3-NETWORK) of the OSI
Gateway
Router,Brouter
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(2-DATA-LINK) of the OSI
Gateway
Switch/Bridge/Wireless/Access Points/(WAP) NIC
Hardware Device(s) used at layer(1-PHYSICAL) of the OSI
Gateway
Repeater/Hub/NIC/cables
What is the Transfer Speed for 802.11
2Mbps
What is the Transfer Speed for HomeRF
10Mbps
What is the Transfer Speed for 802.11a
54Mbps
What is the Transfer Speed for 802.11b
11Mbps
What is the Transfer Speed for 802.11g
54Mbps
What is the Transfer Speed for Infrared(IrDA)
4Mbps
What is the Transfer Speed for Bluetooth
1Mbps
What is the Max Range and Frequency for 802.11
(1)-Max Range-150 feet
(2)-Frequency-2.4GHz
What is the Max Range and Frequency for HomeRF
(1)-Max Range-150 feet
(2)-Frequency-2.4GHz
What is the Max Range and Frequency for 802.11a
(1)-Max Range-150 feet
(2)-Frequency-5.0GHz
What is the Max Range and Frequency for 802.11b
(1)-Max Range-300 feet
(2)-Frequency-2.4GHz
What is the Max Range and Frequency for 802.11g
(1)-Max Range-300 feet
(2)-Frequency-2.4GHz
What is the Max Range and Frequency for Infrared (IrDA)
(1)-Max Range-3 feet
(2)-Frequency-N/A
What is the Max Range and Frequency for Bluetooth
(1)-Max Range-33 feet
(2)-Frequency-2.4GHz
ACRONYM(ARP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Address Resolution Protocol
ACRONYM(BootP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Boot Protocol
ACRONYM (DNS)
ACRONYM MEANING
Dynamic Name System/Service
ACRONYM (FTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
File Transfer Protocol
ACRONYM (HTTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Hypertrxt Transfer Protocol
ACRONYM (HTTPS)
ACRONYM MEANING
Secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol
ACRONYM (ICMP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Internet Control Message Protocol
ACRONYM (IGMP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Internet Group Multicast Protocol
ACRONYM (IMAP4)
ACRONYM MEANING
Internet Messaging Access Protocol version4
ACRONYM (IP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Internt Protocol
ACRONYM (IPSec)
ACRONYM MEANING
Internet Security
ACRONYM (L2TP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol
ACRONYM (LDAP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Lightweight Database Access Protocol
ACRONYM (LPR)
ACRONYM MEANING
Line Printer Remote
ACRONYM (NNTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Network news Transfer Protocol
ACRONYM (NTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Network Time Protocol
ACRONYM (POP3)
ACRONYM MEANINGPost office Protocol version 3
ACRONYM (PPP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Point to Point Protocol
ACRONYM (PPTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Point to Point Tunneling Protocol
ACRONYM (RARP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Reverse Address Resolution Protocol
ACRONYM (SCP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Secure Copy Protocol
ACRONYM (SFTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Secure File Transfer Protocol
ACRONYM (SMTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
ACRONYM (SNMP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Simple Network Management Protocol
ACRONYM (SSH)
ACRONYM MEANING
Secure Shell
ACRONYM (SSL)
ACRONYM MEANING
Secure Sockets Layer
ACRONYM (TCP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Transmission Control Protocol
ACRONYM (TFTP)
ACRONYM MEANING
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
What is the Port number for
(DNS)
53
What is the Port number for
(FTP)
20/21
What is the Port number for
(HTTP)
80
What is the Port number for
(HTTPS)
443
What is the Port number for
(IMAP4)
143
What is the Port number for
(NNTP)
119
What is the Port number for
(NTP)
123
What is the Port number for
(POP3)
110
What is the Port number for
(SMTP)
25
What is the Port number for
(SNMP)
161
What is the Port number for
(SSH)
22
What is the Port number for
(Telnet)
23
What is the Port number for
(TFTP)
69