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Question 1

How do you find the MAC address of your PC?

Question 2

A set of rules that governs data communication

Question 3

You are working on a PC that has lost internet access. You determine that the PC is configured for DHCP and decide to obtain a lease on a new IP address to see if that will restore access. How would you obtain the new IP lease? Select one:

Question 4

Which type of cable has opposite pin assignments on each end of the cable? Select one:

Question 5

Ping can

Question 6

Choose the wrong statement

Question 7

Which of the following IP addresses is the Class A Private IP range? Select one:

Question 8

You are troubleshooting a PC that cannot load web pages. You discover that you are able to ping public IP addresses, but not web addresses. Where is the problem most likely to be found? Select one:

Question 9

Based on the OSI Seven-Layer Networking Model, a switch belongs in which layer?
Select one:

Question 10

What does the NAT function do in a modem/router?
Select one:

Question 11

Which of the following represents a command for continuous ping?

Question 12

What does the acronym WAN stand for?

Question 13

What is auto-negotiation?

Question 14

What is the access point (AP) in wireless LAN?

Question 15

DHCP (dynamic host configuration protocol) provides _____ to the client.

Question 16

Which one of the following allows client to update their DNS entry as their IP address change?

Question 17

What is Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) ?

Question 18

At Layer 2 of the OSI model, which component connects a host to the network media?

Question 19

Which one of the following extends a private network across public networks?

Question 20

What is the function of a CSU/DSU?
Select one:

Question 21

What is WPA?

Question 22

A wireless network interface controller can work in

Question 23

DHCP is used for

Question 24

Is the following IP Public or Private:

Question 25

Will two PC's with the following IP schemes be able to communicate directly without the aid of a router?
PC 1: IP:
Subnet Mask:
PC 2: IP:
Subnet Mask: