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CISNTWK 413 - TCP/IP chapters 1-2

CISNTWK 413 - TCP/IP chapters 1-2

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PDUs typically include “envelope information” in the form of specific headers and trailers.
The term ____ refers to a single logical network composed of multiple physical networks, which may all beat a single physical location, or spread among multiple physical locations.internetwork sessionconnection-orientedchecksum3.
The ____ includes the physical transmission medium (cables or wireless media) that any network must useto send and receive the signals that constitute the physical expression of networked communications.Data link layerPhysical layerNetwork layerTransport layer4.
It is the job of the ____ to enable reliable transmission of data through the Physical layer at the sendingend, and to check such reliability upon reception at the receiving end.Data link layerPhysical layerNetwork layerTransport layer5.
The ____ is where notions of network location are addressed and where the intricacies involved in directinga PDU from sender to receiver are handled.Data link layerApplication layerNetwork layerTransport layer
The ____ is where ongoing communications between a sender and a receiver, somewhatlike a telephone conversation, are set up, maintained, and then terminated, or torn down,as needed.Session layerPhysical layerNetwork layerPresentation layer7.
The ____ manages the way data is presented to the network (on its way down theprotocol stack), and to a specific machine/application combination (on its way up theprotocol stack).Session layerPhysical layerNetwork layerPresentation layer8.
TCP/IP application processes are sometimes called ____ and are identified by portnumbers.well-known protocolshostsnetwork servicesdisplay filters9.
____ is the process of tapping into the network communications system, capturingpackets that cross the network, gathering network statistics, and decoding
the packetsinto readable form.
SegmentationMultiplexingEncapsulationProtocol analysis
Remote Monitoring (RMON) uses the ____ to collect traffic data at a remote switch andsend the data to a management device.Simple Network Management ProtocolUser Datagram ProtocolVirtual Private Network Wide Area Information Service11.
IP addresses have links to domain names to make it possible for users to identify andaccess resources on a network.TrueFalse12.
As a frame moves from interface to interface, the IP source and destination addressinformation is preserved.TrueFalse13.
The ____ addressing scheme consists of a six-byte numeric address, burned intofirmware (on a chip) by network interface manufacturers.symboliclogical numericreverse proxyphysical numeric14.
____ is used to permit computers to translate numeric IP addresses to MAC layeraddresses.ARPRARPReverse proxyingSubnet masking

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