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									                    A+ Exam Review Questions – Chapter 10
                           Network Fundamentals

The following are review questions for the A+ exam. Answers are found in Appendix A.
  1. The largest network of computers in the world is called the:
        a. DoD
        b. World Wide Web
        c. Internet
        d. Microsoft
  2. When was the Internet developed?
       a. Late 1950
       b. Late 1960
       c. Late 1970
       d. Late 1980
  3. When you have three computers sharing communications, it is known as a:
       a. Operating system
       b. Network
       c. Remote connection
       d. Sharing violation
  4. How do you share a resource on the network in Windows 98 using the Windows Explorer?
       a. Highlight the desired item then right-click and select Explore
       b. Highlight the desired item then right-click and select Open
       c. Highlight the desired item then right-click and select Network
       d. Highlight the desired item then right-click and select Sharing
  5. What is the problem if other computers on the network cannot see files or printers on your
     computer:
        a. The printer driver is outdated
        b. The Internet connection is too slow
        c. Their network settings are incorrect
        d. File and print sharing was not enabled
  6. To set up remote administration, which object would you select?
        a. RAS
        b. Passwords
        c. Dial-up networking
        d. NAT
  7. A controlled sequence of messages that are exchanged between two or more systems to
     accomplish a given task is called a:
        a. Protocol
        b. TCP
        c. LAN
        d. ISP
8. Which of the following is not a basic network architecture?
     a. Extended star
     b. Ring
     c. Extended ring
     d. Star
9. What does NIC stand for?
     a. No Information Current
     b. Network Interface Card
     c. Network Internet Community
     d. Network Isolation Committee
10. What does DNS provide?
      a. It maps e-mail messages to routers
      b. It maps IP addresses to names
      c. Distributes IP addresses
      d. Web browsers
11. What is the best way to keep a network server cool?
      a. Air conditioning
      b. Cooling fan
      c. Perforations on the doors and the sides
      d. All of the above
12. What is the standard Internet addressing scheme that creates the linkage between sub-
    networks called?
       a. Internet address
       b. IP address
       c. Web address
       d. MAC address
13. If you are using a Token Ring network, when does each station transmit?
        a. When no other stations are using the network
        b. Only when that station has been given transmission time
        c. Only when the station processes the Token
        d. Only when another station on the network permits
14. A UTP cable has:
       a. Two pairs of two twisted wires
       b. Four pairs of twisted wires
       c. Four sets of four wires
       d. Two pairs of four twisted wires
15. A cable with a braided copper shield around it and only a single conductor is known as:
       a. UTP
       b. STP
       c. FDDI
       d. Coax
16. In a twisted pair network, what type of conductor is used?
        a. 100Base2
        b. 10Base2
        c. 10BaseT
        d. 10BaseFL
17. What do you do if you PING an IP address and cannot get a response?
      a. Use the tracert command
      b. Use the MSD command
      c. Try a different IP address
      d. Ask the site when it will be running
18. How many layers does the OSI reference model have?
      a. Six
      b. Seven
      c. Eight
      d. Nine
19. Which layer of the OSI model describes the cable and how it is attached?
      a. Network
      b. Transport
      c. Data-link
      d. Physical
20. Which layer of the OSI model is responsible for establishing a unique network address?
      a. Network
      b. Transport
      c. Data-link
      d. Physical
21. Which layer of the OSI model is responsible for the accuracy of the data transmission?
      a. Presentation
      b. Data-link
      c. Session
      d. Transport
22. Which layer of the OSI model translates data into an appropriate transmission format?
      a. Application
      b. Network
      c. Presentation
      d. Data-link
23. To receive access to the Internet, which network protocol is required?
       a. TCP/IP
       b. ISP
       c. OPX/SPX Novellware
       d. DNS
24. Data bits that are sent without a synchronizing clock pulse:
       a. Synchronous
       b. Asynchronous
       c. Dial-up
       d. Sequential
25. To receive a direct connection to the Internet, what is required?
       a. At least two routers between the local network and the Internet
       b. Only a bridge between the local network and the Internet
       c. Only a hub between the local network and the Internet
       d. Only one router between the local network and the Internet

								
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