Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Networking Questions 2016 Part 5

Here are some more very random networking questions based around the CCNA type of exam head scratchers... :-)

1. What type of NAT allows you to map multiple unregistered IP addresses to a single registered IP address?

A) Static NAT
B) Dynamic NAT
C) Overloading (Port Address Translation)


2. Each port on a switch is a separate broadcast domain?

A) True
B) False


3. Inter-Switch Link and IEEE 802.1Q are types of...

A) Spanning Tree Protocol
B) Trunking method
C) Ethernet
D) Routing protocol


4. What statement is not correct when talking about a shared-medium Ethernet LAN?

A) The data frame broadcast delivery nature of Ethernet can have a negative affect on performance
B) Adding repeaters and hubs to an Ethernet network can increase latency
C) Ethernet is a best-effort delivery service
D) Collisions are caused by CSMA/CD on an Ethernet network


5. What TCP/IP layer are TCP and UDP protocols associated with?

A) Application
B) Host-to-Host
C) Internet
D) Network Access


6. What IOS command would you issue in privileged-mode to change the Cisco router configuration stored on TFTP?

A) config t
B) config mem
C) config net
D) config tftp





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1. Answer: C

PAT (Port Address Translation) allows you to map multiple unregistered IP addresses to a single registered IP address.

2. Answer: B

Switches create separate collision domains but a single broadcast domain.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Broadcast_domain


3. Answer: B

Both Inter-Switch Link and IEEE 802.1Q are types of VLAN identification.  Inter-Switch Link (ISL) is a Cisco proprietary protocol whereas IEEE 802.1Q is a standard method of frame tagging.
4. Answer: D (did you get the "not"?)

Carrier Sense Multiple Access / Collision Detection (CSMA/CD) is a set of rules determining how network devices should respond when two devices try to use the shared medium simultaneously.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carrier_sense_multiple_access_with_collision_detection

5. Answer: B

TCP and UDP protocols are associated with the Transport layer of the TCP/IP model, which is sometimes referred to as the "host-to-host transport layer".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Protocol_Suite


Internet protocol suite examples:
Application layer
BGP · DHCP · DNS · FTP · HTTP · IMAP · LDAP · MGCP · NNTP · NTP · POP · ONC/RPC · RTP · RTSP · RIP · SIP · SMTP · SNMP · SSH · Telnet · TLS/SSL · XMPP ·
Transport layer
TCP · UDP · DCCP · SCTP · RSVP 
Internet layer
IP  (IPv4 · IPv6) · ICMP · ICMPv6 · ECN · IGMP · IPsec  
Link layer
ARP · NDP · Tunnels  (L2TP · PPP · MAC  (Ethernet · DSL · ISDN · FDDI ·


6. Answer: C

To change the router configuration stored on TFTP you use configure network (config net)


More random question coming soon :-)


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