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CompTIA Network Plus N10 006 Test 6

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.

  • Questions: 20
  • Time: 60 seconds per question (0 hours, 20 minutes, 0 seconds)

A situation in which multiple channels share the frequency band causing interference and performance degradation for devices operating on channels that are too close to each other is called:

  • Collision
  • Channel bonding
  • Cross-talk
  • Channel overlapping

In the Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model, data compression takes place at the:

  • Physical layer
  • Session layer
  • Presentation layer
  • Network layer

Which term refers to the amount of time a client is able to use an IP address given from a DHCP server?

  • Reservation
  • Availability
  • Scope
  • Lease

What is the leading octet value range for an IPv4 address belonging to a class B network?

  • 1 - 126
  • 192 - 223
  • 128 - 191
  • 224 - 239

Which of the following solutions enables combining several physical ports into a single logical channel?

  • HSRP
  • RSTP
  • LACP
  • VRRP

Which type of files pose the greatest risk related to the distribution of malware?

  • .txt
  • .exe
  • .png
  • .pdf

Which option is used to manage virtual operating systems?

  • Cloud PC
  • KVM
  • Virtual switch
  • Hypervisor

Which device will manipulate network traffic to ensure reliability and performance of some types of network traffic over other types?

  • Packet shaper
  • Traffic Classifier
  • Router
  • Load Balancer

Which of the following security solutions allows for discarding ARP packets with invalid IP-to-MAC address bindings?

  • DAI
  • SIEM
  • RARP
  • DCS

What would an administrator use the IEEE 802.1X standard for implementing across a network?

  • Port-based network access control
  • Wireless networks
  • Token ring networks
  • VLAN tagging

You have been asked to identify the MAC address for the default gateway for a device's subnet. Which Windows command will help you identify this?

  • arp -a
  • ipconfig /all
  • netstat -n
  • nslookup

The practice of connecting to an open port on a remote server to gather more information about the service running on that port is known as:

  • Banner grabbing
  • eDiscovery
  • Session hijacking
  • Bluejacking

You are a Network Architect and Administrator at a large company. The business has asked for a solution that will allow them to freely move around the headquarter campus without losing wireless connectivity and without having to reconnect or re authenticate. Which technology could serve as a solution?

  • Hot-swapping
  • Roaming
  • Routing
  • Switching

Which malicious attack or exploit involves spoofing OSI layer 2 addressing?

  • Bluejacking
  • DDOS attack
  • ARP poisoning
  • DNS poisoning

In the OSI model layer 4 is known as:

  • Application
  • Transport
  • Session
  • Physical

A device designed to provide emergency power during an unexpected main power source outage is called:

  • PSU
  • SVC
  • PoE
  • UPS

Which choice is a NID placed at the demarcation point between an ISP and customer's networks that can be used as a troubleshooting tool when diagnosing a network issue?

  • Smart jack
  • Protocol Analyzer
  • Line validator
  • DMZ

Which of the following network topologies is most commonly used in contemporary Ethernet LANs?

  • Mesh topology
  • Star topology
  • Ring topology
  • Bus topology

Your supervisor has asked you to try and identify the network device causing increased latency between a client's PC and a server located in a different physical location but on the same enterprise network. Which tool is best suited for identifying the problematic device?

  • traceroute6
  • nbtstat
  • tracert
  • pathping

Your employer has implemented a policy to verify the hash of a file after downloading whenever possible. What is the purpose of verifying a file's hash after downloading?

  • Ensures data deduplication
  • Verifying file integrity
  • Verifying file contents are encrypted
  • Validating data confidentiality