* Note that the KCC does not create a connection by using SMTP until the following criteria are met: To view current replication partners for a server At the command prompt, type the following: * repadmin /showreps server < nc > < guid-of source > * Check all network check your cost setting protocols this let you know if cost is high which causes slow connectivity. * For mail-based replication, you need to decide if mail routing is necessary. If the two servers have direct IP connectivity and can send mail directly to each other, no further configuration is required. However, if the two domain controllers must go through mail gateways to deliver mail to each other, you must configure the domain
3) When the printer displays “abcd” or garbled text, you may want to delete the current printer status and reinstall the printer to the correct driver. This should clear the problem, just remember to reboot the system and start all over again. It is a possibility that when you originally load the printer, it may have gotten corrupted. Basic Networking: Course NT1210/NT1310 1. OSI Model: Open System Interconnection * Is a conceptual model that characterizes and standardizes the internal functions of a communication system by partitioning it into abstraction layers 7) Application Layer | 6) Presentation Layer | 5) Session Layer | 4) Transport Layer | 3) Network Layer | 2) Data Link Layer | 1) Physical Layer | * The model group’s communication functions into seven logical layers.
Unit 10: Troubleshooting and Networks Learning Objective Explain the client-server and peer-to-peer network models. Describe the six-step troubleshooting process. Key Concepts Using a troubleshooting process Operation of the Internet TCP/IP protocols Reading Pearson Certification Team, Chapter 10: Troubleshooting and Chapter 11: Networks Keywords Use the following keywords to search for additional materials to support your work: * Electrostatic discharge Windows recovery environment Recovery console System restore Blue screen errors Client Server Peer-to-peer Modem ISDN Broadband Internet DSL LAN TCP/IP HTTP/HTTPS SSL HTML FTP Telnet DNS Port Email UTP Fiber-optic cable IP address IPCONFIG Ping Quiz 10 1. When two bodies of different charges come together, you get a. ARC b. grounded c. ESD d. static buildup 2. What is the last step of the troubleshooting process?
OIS layer 7 packets are called “layer 4-7 switches” these are like content switches, content service switches and web switches or application switches… Content switches are normally used for “load balancing” among server groups like on TCP/IP. Some can also do NAT wirespeed. Also they can be used in encryption and decryption to reduce the loading on servers. Layer 7 switching is the technology of “content delivery network”.. Layer 4 load balancer is a
It does not guarantee data integrity and discard packets when there is network congestion. In reality, it still delivers data with high reliability. Frame relay uses DLCI in order to communicate frames from one side of the network to the other, the DLCI should be unique for each path on the network, so that when a frame is sent to a certain location and the DCLI is attached it can be sent to the correct recipient. The DLC looks like the
4.4 Give four general examples of the use of threads in a single-user multiprocessing system. Foreground and background work: For example, in a spreadsheet program, one thread could display menus and read user input, while another thread executes user commands and updates the spreadsheet. This arrangement often increases the perceived speed of the application by allowing the program to prompt for the next command before the previous command is complete. Asynchronous processing: Asynchronous elements in the program can be implemented as threads. For example, as a protection against power failure, one can design a word processor to write its random access memory (RAM) buffer to disk once every minute.
(Points : 3) | Database server Network Hardware User interface | 5. (TCO A) What term below means that multiple users can access and read data at the same time but they lose read consistency? (Points : 3) | Write consistency Redundant data Data nonconcurrency Data consistency | 6. (TCO A) What component of information security architecture consists of people who enforce and keep security in order? (Points : 3) | Public and procedures Security programs Security personnel and administrators Data | 7.
| Automated attendant (AA) / Interactive Voice response (IVR) | Is the system where there is an automated menu so that the calls can be directed to the correct extensions without the intervention of a person. | Call barring | Restricts certain types of outgoing and incoming calls. Examples of this would be to stop international calls being made or stop undesirable callers being received. | Call Holding | Allows you place the call on hold whilst you complete a task, for instance finding the callers details, documents to complete query or speak to another colleague about the query or who the caller wishes to speak to. | Call logging | This is deemed as a security feature.
This module is developed to avoid messages from undesired creators, independent of the content. Each user of OSN is allowed to specify the black list rules (similar to filtering rules).The blacklist contains the user whose messages should be blocked and how long they should be blocked. The blacklist prevents the posting of the users who have indirect relationship with the owner of the wall. In this module the process of the filtering the messages is done. The message creator tries to post a message on the another users wall.