Nt1310 Unit 4 Exercise 1

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To identify where wireless devices such as APs should be placed in the network you should do what kind of test? Site Survey What does the WiFi Alliance do? Promotes Wi-Fi technology and certifies Wi-Fi products if they conform to certain standards. A company installs an 802.11g AP to rive its employee's wireless access from their cubicles. Carl's cubicle is 40 feet from the AP, Paul's is 20 feet, and Mark's is 100 feet. Which access is slower? Marks Omnidirectional antennas broadcast in what directions? Broadcast in all directions What is a dedicated circuit? A distinct physical circuit dedicated to directly connecting devices, such as multiplexers, PBXs, and host computers. A dedicated circuit, also known as a leased line, can be provisioned over a private network comprising facilities owned by the end user organization, although it more typically is in the form of a leased line provisioned over a public network. What layer of the TCP/IP model do routers belong in? NETWORK LAYER 3 What is the point called where the Smart Jack on the Customer side interfaces with the Smart Jack on the Telco side? DEMARC What is SONET WAN technology? One of several key technologies often found in a WAN. SONET - Synchronous Optical Network is an international standard for high speed communication over fiber-optic networks. The SONET establishes Optical Carrier (0C) levels from 51.8 Mbps to 10 Gbps (0C-192) or even higher. SONET provides high speed connectivity over the network and is standard for physical cable. What is a byte? A byte is a series of 8 bits. When using a truth table, 1 and 0 equal? Equals 0 (Zero) What do parentheses do in mathematical equations? State which operation to do first. What physical topologies have the inherent weakness of a single point of failure? Star Network Hub and Spoke Topology What is basic to every networking

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