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1. Refer to the exhibit. Host B attempts to establish a TCP/IP session with host C.

During this attempt, a frame was apture! at the "ast#thernet interfa e fa$/1 of the %an "ran is o router. The pa &et insi!e the apture! frame has the sour e IP a!!ress 1$.1$.1.', an! the !estination IP a!!ress is 1$.(1.1.'$. )hat is the !estination *+C a!!ress of the frame at the time of apture, - $$.$./('$.D.(' - $$.$./('$.D.(1 - $$0$.121/.00C( - $$$3.B'#0.##$( - $$1$.C'B0.(0'1 2. What are three characteristics of CSMA/CD? (Choose three.) It monitors the media for presence of a data signal. After detecting a collision hosts can res!me transmission after a random timer has e"pired. A #am signal is !sed to ens!re that all hosts are a$are that a collision has occ!rred. De%ices can &e config!red $ith a higher transmission priorit'. Data is transmitted onl' $hen the data signal is present. It !ses a to(en s'stem to a%oid collisions. (. Refer to the exhibit. The PC, the routing table of whi h is !ispla4e!, is onfigure! orre tl4. To whi h networ& !e5i e or interfa e !oes the IP a!!ress 13'.1.1.1.'20 belong, - PC - swit h - router interfa e fa$/$ - router interfa e fa$/1 0. Refer to the exhibit. Host + wants to a ess the Internet. )hi h ombination of a ess from host +,

6a4er ' a!!ress an! a 6a4er ( a!!ress will enable this a

- Destination *+C7 $$($.123..D#1( Default gatewa47 '$3.1.2.'$'.1($ - Destination *+C7 $$($.123..D#1' Default gatewa47 1/'.1..3.' - Destination *+C7 $$($.121/.00C0 Default gatewa47 1/'.1..1.1 - Destination *+C7 $$($.121/.00C0 Default gatewa47 '$3.1.2.'$'.1($ 2. Refer to the exhibit. Communi ation between hosts 8 an! 9 is restri te! to the lo al networ&. )hat is the reason for this, - The gatewa4 a!!resses are broa! ast a!!resses. - Host 9 is assigne! a multi ast a!!ress. - Host 8 an! host 9 belong to !ifferent networ&s. - Host 8 is assigne! a networ& a!!ress.

.. )hat is the result of using the lo & rate 2.$$$ omman! at the serial interfa e of the router, - The interfa e is onfigure! as a DC# !e5i e. - The interfa e timers are leare!. - The "ast#thernet interfa e is ma!e to emulate a serial interfa e b4 assigning it a timing signal. - The IP a!!ress for the serial interfa e is onfigure!. /. )hi h three a!!resses belong to the ategor4 of publi IP a!!resses, :Choose three.; - 1'/.$.$.1 - 13..1.1$2.. - 1('.11.3.33 - 1$.$.$.1 - 1/'.1..3.1$ - 0..1.1.3/

1. )hi h three statements are true about transport la4er proto ols, :Choose three.; - TCP an! <DP manage ommuni ation between multiple appli ations. - TCP retransmits the pa &ets for whi h the a &nowle!gment is not re ei5e!. - TCP a &nowle!ges re ei5e! !ata. - <DP ex hanges frames between the no!es of the networ&. - TCP has no me hanism to a &nowle!ge transmission errors. - <DP uses win!owing an! se=uen ing to pro5i!e reliable transfer of !ata. 3. Refer to the exhibit. )hi h logi al topolog4 !es ribes the exhibite! networ&, - star - ring - point>to>point - multi>a ess 1$. )hi h statement is true about the running onfiguration file in a Cis o I?% !e5i e, - It affe ts the operation of the !e5i e imme!iatel4 when mo!ifie!. - It is store! in @AR+*. - It shoul! be !elete! using the erase running> onfig omman!. - It is automati all4 sa5e! when the router reboots. 11. Refer to the exhibit. Host C is able to ping 1'/.$.$.1 su the problem, - Hosts + an! B are not on the same subnet as host C. - The IP a!!resses on the router serial interfa es are wrong. essfull4, but is unable

to ommuni ate with hosts + an! B in the organiBation. )hat is the li&el4 ause of

- The subnet mas& on host C is improperl4 onfigure!. - The "ast#thernet interfa e fa$/$ of router 1 is wrongl4 onfigure!. 1'. + host is transmitting a 5i!eo o5er the networ&. How !oes the transport la4er allow this host to use multiple appli ations to transmit other !ata at the same time as the 5i!eo transmission, - It uses error ontrol me hanisms. - It uses a onne tionless proto ol onl4 for multiple simultaneous transmissions. - It uses multiple 6a4er ' sour e a!!resses. - It uses multiple port numbers. 1(. Refer to the exhibit. PC1 is unable to a ess PC'. To troubleshoot this problem,

the te hni ian nee!s to onfirm that the next hop interfa e is operational. )hi h !efault gatewa4 a!!ress shoul! the te hni ian ping from PC1 to onfirm this, - 1$.$.$.'20 - 13'.1.1.$.'03 - 13'.1.1.$.'2$ - 1$.$.1.'20 10. Refer to the exhibit. Cable 1 an! Cable ' are wire! for spe ifi ph4si al la4er re=uirements. )hi h three segments use Cable ', :Choose three.; - %egment 1 - %egment ' - %egment ( - %egment 0 - %egment 2 - %egment . 12. Refer to the exhibit. )hi h two fa ts an be !etermine! about the topolog4, :Choose two.; - Three networ&s are nee!e!. - Two logi al a!!ress ranges are re=uire!. - + single broa! ast !omain is present. - Three ollision !omains are present. - "our networ&s are nee!e!. 1.. Refer to the exhibit. )hi h three statements are true about the IP onfiguration that is !ispla4e!, :Choose three.; - The assigne! a!!ress is a pri5ate a!!ress. - The PC annot ommuni ate with the D@% ser5er. - The networ& an ha5e 1'. hosts. - The prefix of the omputer a!!ress is /'.. - The IP a!!ress is routable on the Internet. - The IP a!!ress is a multi ast a!!ress.

1/. )hi h passwor! restri ts Telnet a - enable - enable se ret - onsole - AT9

ess to the router,

11. Refer to the exhibit. To reate the initial onfiguration, a networ& te hni ian onne te! host + to the router using the onne tion that is shown. )hi h statement is true about this onne tion, - It terminates at the #thernet port of the router. - It pro5i!es out>of>ban! onsole a ess. ess the router. - It terminates at the serial interfa e of the router. - It re=uires a Telnet lient on host + to a

13. )hi h !e5i e shoul! be use! for routing a pa &et to a remote networ&, -a ess swit h - DHCP ser5er - hub - router

'$. Refer to the exhibit. The serial interfa e of the router was onfigure! with the use of the omman!s that are shown. The router annot ping the router that is !ire tl4 onne te! to interfa e serial $/$/$. )hat shoul! the networ& te hni ian !o to sol5e this problem, - Configure the !es ription at interfa e serial $/$/$. - Configure an IP a!!ress on interfa e serial $/$/$. - Remo5e the no shut!own omman! at interfa e serial $/$/$ - Reboot the router. '1. Refer to the exhibit. In a networ&, host + is sen!ing !ata segments to host B. The flow ontrol of the segments that are being ex hange! is !ispla4e!. )hi h two statements are true about this ommuni ation, :Choose two.; - The initial win!ow siBe is !etermine! 5ia the two>wa4 han!sha&e. - The win!ow siBe for the TCP session that is represente! is initiall4 set to ($$$ b4tes. - + &nowle!gment number ($$1 in!i ates that host + will sen! the next segment with se=uen e number ($$1. - Host B expe ts that the next re ei5e! segment number will be ($$$. - @o more a &nowle!gments will be ex hange!. ''. Refer to the exhibit. The networ& a!ministrator wants to remotel4 a ess the C6I of the router from PC1 using mo!em 1. )hi h port of the router shoul! be onne te! to mo!em ' to enable this a ess,

onsole #thernet auxiliar4 serial

'(. )hi h ?%I la4er uses a onne tion>oriente! proto ol to ensure reliable !eli5er4 of !ata, - appli ation la4er - presentation la4er - session la4er - transport la4er '0. )hat are two fun tions of the !ata lin& la4er, :Choose two.; - It segments an! reor!ers the !ata. - It ex hanges !ata between programs that are running on the sour e an! !estination hosts. - It ontrols how !ata is pla e! onto the me!ia. - It generates signals to represent the bits in ea h frame. - It en apsulates ea h pa &et with a hea!er an! a trailer to transfer it a ross the lo al me!ia. '2. Refer to the exhibit. )hi h list refers onl4 to en! !e5i es, - D,#,",C - +,H,B,C - +,D,#," - +,D,#,C '.. Refer to the exhibit. The !iagram represents the pro ess of sen!ing e>mail between lients. )hi h list orre tl4 i!entifies the omponent or proto ol use! at ea h numbere! stage of the !iagram, - 1.*<+ '.*D+ (.*T+ 0.%*TP 2.*T+ ..P?P /.*D+ 1.*<+ - 1.*<+ '.P?P (.*D+ 0.%*TP 2.*T+ ..*D+ /.%*TP 1.*<+ - 1.*<+ '.P?P (.%*TP 0.*D+ 2.*T+ ..%*TP /.P?P 1.*<+ - 1.*<+ '.%*TP (.*T+ 0.%*TP 2.*T+ ..*D+ /.P?P 1.*<+ '/. Refer to the exhibit. Host B was powere! off. )hat hange will o table of the swit h, The table will remain unaffe te!. - The swit h will remo5e the *+C a!!ress at "a$/13 imme!iatel4. - The swit h will retain the *+C a!!ress until host B is powere! on again. - The swit h will rebuil! the *+C table b4 assigning the """".""""."""" a!!ress to port "a$/13. ur in the *+C

'1. Refer to the exhibit. + te hni ian has onne te! the PC to the swit h using a Categor4 . <TP able. )hi h two statements are true about this onne tion, :Choose two.; - The able that is use! is an #thernet rosso5er able. - The transmit pin of the able is terminate! to the re ei5e pin. - The maximum !istan e between the swit h an! the PC an be 1$$ m. - The maximum supporte! ban!wi!th is 1$$$ *b/s. - The Categor4 . able simulates a point>to>point )+@ lin& an! is unusable for this t4pe of onne tion. '3. Refer to the exhibit. + host is using @+T to onne t to the Internet. )hi h three IP a!!resses enable this onne tion, :Choose three.; - 1$.1.1..( - 1$.1.1.(/ - 1$.1.1.(3 - 1$.1.1.(' - 1$.1.1..$ - 1$.1.1.' ($. Refer to the exhibit. + PC is ommuni ating with another PC on a remote networ&. The two networ&s are onne te! b4 three routers. )hi h a tion will help to i!entif4 the path between the hosts, - <se the ip onfig omman! at the host. - <se the ip onfig/all omman! at the !estination. - <se the tra ert omman! at the host. - <se the ping omman! at the !estination. (1. +n organiBation wants to reate a subnet of the IP networ& 1/'.1..$.$. This subnet will a networ&, - '22.'22.$.$ - '22.'22.'01.$ - '22.'22.'2'.$ - '22.'22.'20.$ - '22.'22.'22.$ - '22.'22.'22.1'1 ('. Refer to the exhibit. + host is onne te! to hub 1. )hi h ombination of IP a!!ress, subnet mas&, an! !efault gatewa4 an allow this host to fun tion in the networ&, - IP a!!ress7 1/'.1..(1.(. %ubnet mas&7 '22.'22.'22.'0$ Default gatewa47 ommo!ate 1$$$ hosts. )hi h subnet mas& shoul! be assigne! to this

1/'.1..(1.(2 - IP a!!ress7 1/'.1..(1..( %ubnet mas&7 '22.'22.'22.''0 Default gatewa47 1/'.1..(1.(2 IP a!!ress7 1/'.1..(1.'3 %ubnet mas&7 '22.'22.'22.'01 Default gatewa47 1/'.1..(1.(2 - IP a!!ress7 1/'.1..(1.(' %ubnet mas&7 '22.'22.'22.''0 Default gatewa47 1/'.1..(1.(2 - IP a!!ress7 1/'.1..(1.'3 %ubnet mas&7 '22.'22.'22.'0$ Default gatewa47 1/'.1..($.1 - IP a!!ress7 1/'.1..(1.(/ %ubnet mas&7 '22.'22.'22.''0 Default gatewa47 1/'.1..(1.(2 ((. Refer to the exhibit. + te hni ian uses the nsloo&up omman! on the PC an! 5iews the output that is !ispla4e! in the exhibit. )hat is the IP a!!ress of the primar4 !omain name ser5er onfigure! at the host, :Choose two.; - 13'.1.1.1.33 - 13'.1.1.'.1$$ - 1$.1$.1$.(' - 13'.1.1.1.2 - the IP a!!ress of the website resol5er1.x4B.lo al (0. )hi h ?%I la4er offers or!ere! !ata re onstru tion ser5i es, - appli ation la4er - networ& la4er - presentation la4er - session la4er - transport la4er

(2. Refer to the exhibit. +ll !e5i es in the networ& use !efault onfigurations. How man4 logi al a!!ress ranges are re=uire! in this topolog4, -' -( -0 -2 -. (.. The networ& a!ministrator wants to install a pri5ate appli ation on a ser5er. )hi h range of port numbers is normall4 assigne! to this appli ation to ma&e it a essible b4 lients, - $ to '22 - 0312' to .22(2

- 1$'0 to 03121 - $ to 1$'( (/. Be ause of a se urit4 5iolation, the router passwor! must be hange!. )hat information an be learne! from these onfiguration entries, :Choose two.;
- Router: onfig;D line 5t4 $ 0 Router: onfig>line;D passwor! arE12 Router: onfig>line;D login

- This onfiguration allows users to onne t b4 using a mo!em. - <sers must spe if4 whi h line, $ or 0, the4 wish to onne t to when ma&ing a onne tion. - This onfiguration allows users to onne t to the router 5ia the use of the telnet omman!. - This onfiguration allows fi5e users to ma&e simultaneous onne tions to this router. - The onfigure! passwor! is automati all4 en r4pte! on the router. (1. Refer to the exhibit. #a h me!ia lin& is labele!. )hat t4pe of able shoul! be use! to onne t the !ifferent !e5i es, - Conne tion 1 > rollo5er able Conne tion ' > straight>through able Conne tion ( > rosso5er able - Conne tion 1 > straight>through able Conne tion ' > rosso5er able Conne tion ( > rollo5er able - Conne tion 1 > rosso5er able Conne tion ' > rollo5er able Conne tion ( > straight>through able - Conne tion 1 > rosso5er able Conne tion ' > straight>through able Conne tion ( > rollo5er able - Conne tion 1 > straight>through able Conne tion ' > straight>through able Conne tion ( > straight>through able (3. )hi h two t4pes of me!ia are useful for onne ting two !e5i es separate! b4 a !istan e of 2$$ meters, :Choose two.; - 1$ B+%#>T - 1$$$ B+%#>T8 - 1$ B+%#>' - 1$$$ B+%# 68 - 1$$$ B+%#>%8 0$. )hi h information is use! b4 the router to !etermine the path between the sour e an! !estination hosts, - the host portion of the IP a!!ress - the networ& portion of the IP a!!ress - host !efault gatewa4 a!!ress - the *+C a!!ress

01. Refer to the exhibit. )hat two fa ts an be !etermine! from the session information that is !ispla4e!, :Choose two.; - This ex hange is part of the three>wa4 han!sha&e. - The !estination port in!i ates that a Telnet session has been initiate!. - The sour e port !oes not support ommuni ation with the !estination port that is liste!. - The !estination port in!i ates that an %*TP session has been initiate!. - The proto ol is a onne tion>oriente! proto ol. 0'. Refer to the exhibit. Host + is a spe ifi ser5er, - *+C a!!ress of the ser5er an! port number of the ser5i e - IP a!!ress of the host an! port number of the ser5i e - *+C a!!ress of the host an! port number of the ser5i e - IP a!!ress of the ser5er an! port number of the ser5i e 0(. + networ& te hni ian wants to onfigure an IP a!!ress on a router interfa e b4 using the ip a!!ress 13'.1.1.1.$ '22.'22.'22.$ omman!. )hi h prompt shoul! the te hni ian see when entering this omman!, - RouterF - Router: onfig>if;D - RouterD - Router: onfig;D 00. Refer to the exhibit. Host 8 is unable to ommuni ate with host 9. )hi h omman! an be run at host 8 to !etermine whi h interme!iar4 !e5i e is responsible for this failure, - telnet 13'.1.1.1.1 - ping 13'.1.1.1.1 - ftp 13'.1.1.1.1 - tra ert 13'.1.1.1.1 essing multiple ser5ers. )hi h ombination of

port number an! a!!ress will uni=uel4 i!entif4 a parti ular pro ess running on a

02. Refer to the exhibit. In a networ&, PC1 sen!s a message to PC'. The frame re ei5e! at PC' is shown. )hat information in this frame !etermines the orre t !estination appli ation, - timing an! s4n hroniBation bits - !estination an! sour e ph4si al a!!resses - !estination an! sour e logi al networ& a!!resses - !estination an! sour e pro ess numbers

0.. +n organiBation has been assigne! networ& ID 1$.1$.1'1.$ an! subnet mas& '22.'22.''0.$. )hi h IP a!!ress range an be use! for this organiBation, - 1$.1$.1'1.$ to 1$.1$.1.$.'22 - 1$.1$.1'1.$ to 1$.1$.123.'22 - 1$.1$.1'1.$ to 1$.1$.13'.'22 - 1$.1$.1'1.$ to 1$.1$.$.123 - 1$.1$.1'1.$ to 1$.1$.123.$ 0/. )hat is the effe t of using the RouterD op4 running> onfig startup> onfig omman! on a router, - The ontents of R?* will hange. - The ontents of R+* will hange. - The ontents of @AR+* will hange. - The ontents of flash will hange. 01. )hi h three IP50 a!!resses represent 5ali! host a!!resses for a subnet, :Choose three.; - 1$.1.1'./3/'1 - 1$.1.1'.11(/'1 - 1$.1.1'.('/'1 - 1$.1.11.2/'/ - 1$.1.11.3//'/ - 1$.1.11.1'1/'/ 03. Refer to the exhibit. The @+T fun tionalit4 of the router is enable! to pro5i!e Internet a ess to the PC. Howe5er, the PC is still unable to a ess the Internet. ess )hi h IP a!!ress shoul! be hange! to '$3.1.2.'$1.1 to enable the PC to a the Internet, - 13'.1.1.1.131 - 13'.1.1.1.1$1 - 13'.1.1.1.1 - 13'.1.1.1.'20 2$. )hi h three statements are true about networ& la4er a!!ressing, :Choose three.; - It uni=uel4 i!entifies ea h host. - It assists in forwar!ing pa &ets a ross internetwor&s. - It uses a logi al ('>bit IP50 a!!ress. - It is not a onfigurable a!!ress. - It is a ph4si al a!!ress. - It i!entifies the host from the first part of the a!!ress.