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What transport layer protocol does TFTP use?

A. TCP
B. IP
C. UDP
D. CFTP
C. UDP
Which of the following is a basic service of the transport layer?

A. Provides reliability by using sequesnce numbers and acknowledgments

B. Segments upper-payer application data

C. Establishes end-to-end operations

D. All of the above
D. All of the above

A. Provides reliability by using sequesnce numbers and acknowledgments

B. Segments upper-payer application data

C. Establishes end-to-end operations
Which of the following protocols operate at the TCP/IP Internet layer?

A. IP
B. ICMP
C. ARP
D. All of the above
D. All of the above

A. IP
B. ICMP
C. ARP
What is the first thing that happens when a DHCP client boots?

A. DHCPREQUEST
B. DHCPBOOT
C. DHCPDISCOVER
D. None of the above
A. DHCPREQUEST
how does the network layer forward packets from the source to the destination?

A. By using a routing table
B. By using ARP responses
C. By referring to a name server
D. By referring to the bridge
A. By using a routing table
If a decive doesn't know the MAC address of a device on an adjacent network, it sends an ARP request to what?

A. The default gateway
B. The closet router
C. The router interface
D. All of the above
D. All of the above

A. The default gateway
B. The closet router
C. The router interface
What are teh two parts of an IP address?

A. Network address and host address
B. Network address and AMC address
C. Host address and MAC address
D. MAC address and subnet mask
A. Network address and host address
What Internet protocol is used to map a known IP address to an unknown MAC addresss?

A. UDP
B. ICMP
C. ARP
D. RARP
C. ARP
Which or the following initiates an ARP request?

A. A device that can locate the destination IP address in its ARP table

B. The RARP server in response to a malfunctioning device

C. A diskless workstation with an empty cache

D. A device that cannot locate the destination MAC address in its ARP table
D. A device that cannot locate the destination MAC address in its ARP table
Which of the following best describes an ARP table?

A. A way to reduce network traffic by providing lists of shortcuts and routes to common destinations

B. A way to route data within networks that are divided into subnetworks

C. A protocol that performs an application layer conversion of information from one stack to another

D. A section of RAM on each device that maps IP addresses to MAC addresses
D. A section of RAM on each device that maps IP addresses to MAC addresses
Which of the following best describes the ARP reply?

A. A device sends its MAC address to a source in response to an ARP request

B. The shortest path between the source and the destination

C. The updating of ARP tables through intercepting and reading messages traveling on the network

D. The method of finding IP addresses based on the MAC address, used primarily by RARP servers
A. A device sends its MAC address to a source in response to an ARP request
Why are current, updated ARP tables important?

A. For testing links in the network

B. For limiting the number of broadcasts

C. For reducing network administrator maintenance time

D. For resoving addressing conflicts
B. For limiting the number of broadcasts
Which of the following best describes TCP/IP?

A. It is suite of protocols that can be used to communicate across any set of inter connected networks.

B. It is suite of protocols that allows LANs to connect to WANs.

C. It is a suite of protocols that allows for data transmission across a multitude of networks.

D. It is suite of protocols that allows different devices to be shared by interconnected networks.
A. It is suite of protocols that can be used to communicate across any set of inter connected networks.
Which of the following does not describe the TCP/IP protocol stack?

A. It maps closely to the OSI reference model's upper layers.

B. It supports all standard physical and data link protocols.

C. It transfers information in a sequence of datagrams.

D. It reassembles datagrams into complete messages at the receiving location.
A. It maps closely to the OSI reference model's upper layers.
The TCP/IP protocol suite has specifications for which layers of the OSI mode?

A. 1 through 3
B. 1 through 4 and 7
C. 3,4 and 5 thgough 7
D. 1,3 and 4
C. 3,4 and 5 thgough 7
Which of the following is not a function of the network layer?

A. RARP determines network addresses when data link layer addresses are known.

B. ICMP provides control and messaging capabilities.

C. ARP determines the data link layer address for known IP addresses.

D. UDP provides connectionless exchange of datagrams without acknowledgments.
D. UDP provides connectionless exchange of datagrams without acknowledgments.
Which of the following is one of the protocols found at teh transport layer?

A. UCP
B. UDP
C. TDP
D. TDC
B. UDP