This practice exam covers basic computer networking, to include the installation and configuration of networks, media types, configuration types, and network security. Passing this exam will require knowledge in the Ethernet Protocol, IPv4, and some IPv6, MAC addressing, TCP/UDP, the OSI Layer, and various other protocols such as SNMP, SSH, FTP, SSL/TLS, and more.
1) You need to view a Windows PC's open TCP connections, which command would you use?
2) Which port is used by SMTP?
3) Switches and Bridges reside on what OSI layer?
4) What layer does a router operate at in the OSI Model?
5) What is the purpose of using STP ethernet cables instead of UTP ethernet cables?
6) Which of the following can translate IP Addresses, allowing for private IP's to traverse the Internet?
7) Which choice is a feature on a switch using port-security?
8) Which tool can help a technician identify a break in a fiber optic line?
9) RIP and OSPF are examples of what?
10) Which of the following is a loopback address?
11) Which type of cabling would not be affected by interference from other nearby cables?
12) Which switch for the ping command, will ping a host a specific number of times?
13) A user on a company's network is experiencing network issues. Their IP is 169.254.144.221, what does this IP indicate?
14) Which choice prevents indefinite loops in an IP Network?
15) Jack, a network technician, needs to subnet a class C network into as many subnets as possible, with at least 22 usable hosts per subnet. What subnet mask should he use?
16) What type of server dynamically assigns Internet Protocol Addresses?
17) What software tool will save a packet for later review?
18) A subnet placed outside of a firewall, that is very lightly protected is known as what?
19) A malicious AP that appears as a legitimate wireless access point, is known as what?
20) In full duplex communication, information can pass?
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