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1.) Which of the following describes a full-duplex transmission?
Options are:
A.) Uses a single cable
B.) Uses a point-to-point connection from the transmitter of the transmitting station to the receiver of
the receiving station
C.) Data transmission in only one direction
D.) Data transmission in both directions, but only one way at a time
2.) IP addresses are represented by:
Options are:
A.) 16-bit decimal numbers
B.) 8-bit binary numbers
C.) 32-bit binary numbers
D.) 8 sets of 4-bit decimal numbers
3.) Which of the following is not valid?
Options are:
A.) router>show version
B.) router#show startup-config
C.) router#show RAM
D.) router#show running-config
4.) What type of ethernet cable should you use to connect a Hub and a Switch or two Switches?
Options are:
A.) Rollover cable
B.) Normal Network cable
C.) Lover cable
D.) Crossover cable
5.) You are designing a network which needs to support 200 users. You don't plan to extend the
segment beyond the current number of users. Which subnet mask would best meet your needs? Select the
best answer.
Options are:
A.) 255.255.0.0
B.) 255.0.0.0
C.) 255.224.0.0
D.) 255.255.255.0
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