TCP is the transport layer protocol that links the application layer to the network layer. TCP breaks the data into smaller packets, numbers the packets, ensures each packet is reliably delivered, and puts the packets in the proper order at the destination. IP is the network layer protocol and performs addressing and routing. IP software is used at each of the computers through which the message passes through; IP routes the message to the final destination. TCP/IP is the transport & network layer protocol used on the Internet.
C. two PCs, with one cabled to a router Ethernet port with a crossover cable and the other PC cabled to another router Ethernet port with a crossover cable. 7. A. hubs create a single electrical bus to which all devices connect, causing the devices to share the bandwidth. C. hubs allow collisions to occur when two attached devices send data at the same time. 8.
10.10.0.10 Question 12 What value is configured in the DNS Servers: line? 10.10.0.10 Question 13 What is the default location for DHCP server backups? C:\windows\system32\DHCP\co-occurrence\ Question 14 What IP address is configured on the SEA-SVR2computer? 169.254.209.252 Question 15 What appears in the IP address text box? 10.10.0.55 Question 16 From which DHCP server are you receiving an IP address?
4 What is the difference between an intranet and an extranet? An Intranet is a private security network that uses Internet Protocol technologies in order to secure the information of the company that is not shared outside the company or operational system within the
c. De facto standards typically mean that the standards group has been authorized by many countries to create standards that apply to multiple countries. d. International standards typically mean that the standards group has been authorized by many countries to create standards that apply to multiple countries. 5. Which of the following are true about the commonly used version of the TCP/IP model as shown in this chapter? (Choose two answers.)
(TCO B) A(n) ______ circuit is another name for a multipoint configuration. (Points : 4) 12. (TCO B) The type of media usually installed on homes and businesses by the telephone company is called _____. (Points : 4) 13. (TCO B) The Chief Information Officer has put you in charge of building the network.
You are a consultant working on a site plan for a medium-sized organization. The organization consists of a main office and three branch offices. Two of the locations have standard IP links to the main office, while the third branch office is a separate domain and uses an Internet connection for e-mail. How should you configure the site links for the three branch offices to the main office? A: RPC over IP for the two standard link branch offices and use SMTP for the remote site.