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Network engineer interview questions


1. User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you do?
2. What are some of the problems associated with operating a switched LAN?
3. Name some of the ways of combining TCP/IP traffic and SNA traffic over the
same link.
4. What sort of cabling is suitable for Fast Ethernet protocols?
5. What is a Class D IP address?
6. Why do I sometimes lose a server’s address when using more than one server?
7. What is Firewall?
8. How do I monitor the activity of sockets?
9. How would I put my socket in non-blocking mode?
10. What are RAW sockets?
11. What is the role of TCP protocol and IP protocol.
12. What is UDP?
13. How can I make my server a daemon?
14. How should I choose a port number for my server?
15. Layers in TCP/IP
16. How can I be sure that a UDP message is received?
17. How to get IP header of a UDP message
18. Writing UDP/SOCK_DGRAM applications
19. How many bytes in an IPX network address?
20. What is the difference between MUTEX and Semaphore?
21. What is priority inversion?
22. Different Solutions to dining philosophers problem.
23. What is a message queue?
24. Questions on Shared Memory.
25. What is DHCP?
26. Working of ping, telnet, gopher.
27. Can I connect two computers to internet using same line ?

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50 Responses to “Network engineer interview questions”

1. Vivek Kumar Says:


November 26th, 2005 at 12:32 am

5. Ip Address Ranges:
Class A: 0-126. 127 is a Broadcast
Class B: 128-191
Class C: 192-223
Class D: 224-239
Class E: 240-255.

2. Vivek Kumar Says:


November 26th, 2005 at 12:45 am

Ques5. Ip Address Ranges:


Class A: 0-126. : For about >256 Subnets and >16777214 hosts per subnet
127.0.0.1: For Proper Configuraions of TCP/IP.
Class B: 128-191: for about >65536 Subnets and >65534 hosts per subnet
Class C: 192-223: For about >16777214 networks and 254 hosts per subnet
Class D: 224-239 : these addressess are for Scientific researches ..
Class E: 240-255. : these are kept for Future Use

3. Vivek Kumar Says:


November 26th, 2005 at 1:01 am

Ques 7: what is a Firewall:


Firewalls are of two types:
-Hardware Firewall
-Software Firewall.
Firewall in simple manner is bascially the utility to provide the security over the
network. These are the security measures that prevents the network’s in and out
traffic to pass through the specific Security filters so that the unwanted and
unsecure data can be stopped from entering into the network..
further… as a security measure it also depends on the network designer and
implementer that how to use a Firewall mean to say the security measures like
how to present the content filtering and Url filtering which type of firewall should
be used and where to put it..

4. Vivek Kumar Says:


November 26th, 2005 at 1:48 am

Ques 11. Well.. firt of all one should know what a protocol actually means:
A Protocol is bascially set of rules designed and developed for the internetwork or
can say intranetwork Communications. the need of Tcp had been rised in early
years when like.. IBM Mainframe were not able to Communicate with the
Burroughs mainframe.. means if you wish to connect 2 or more computers they
should be same with everything from manufacturer to designer and
implementer…then TCP imerged as a solution-for-ever..
EARLIER it was NCP( Network Control Protocal) but later it refined into
TCP( Transmission Control Protocol) and IP(Internet Protocol)on jan.1,1983..
Some General roles of TCP/IP are:
1. Independence from particular vendor or network.
2. very low data overhead
3. good failure recovery.
and if the thinghs are taken seprately.. then
TCP is bascially responsible for proper data transmission by assuring data
integrity it is a connection oriented protocol that follows the under scenerio
1. Handshaking.
2. Packect Sequencing
3. Flow Control.
4. Error handling.
IP : Since the data to be sent must be put somewhere the IP works here .. the
required data is packaged in an IP packet.

5. Subir Sinha Says:


January 6th, 2006 at 7:10 am

ques11: TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) is a set of rules (protocol) used


along with the Internet Protocol (IP) to send data in the form of message units
between computers over the Internet. While IP takes care of handling the actual
delivery of the data, TCP takes care of keeping track of the individual units of
data (called packets) that a message is divided into for efficient routing through
the Internet.

6. vinod gupta Says:


March 12th, 2006 at 5:54 am

7 Application
6 Presentation Upper Layers
5 Session

4 Transport
3 Network
2 Data Link Lower Layers
1 Physical

The application, presentation, and session layers are all application-oriented in


that they are responsible for presenting the application interface to the user. All
three are independent of the layers below them and are totally oblivious to the
means by which data gets to the application. These three layers are called the
upper layers.
The lower four layers deal with the transmission of data, covering the packaging,
routing, verification, and transmission of each data group. The lower layers don’t
worry about the type of data they receive or send to the application, but deal
simply with the task of sending it. They don’t differentiate between the different
applications in any way.
The following sections explain each layer to help you understand the architecture
of the OSI-RM (and later contrast it with the architecture of TCP/IP).

The Application Layer


The application layer is the end-user interface to the OSI system. It is where the
applications, such as electronic mail, USENET news readers, or database display
modules, reside. The application layer’s task is to display received information
and send the user’s new data to the lower layers.
In distributed applications, such as client/server systems, the application layer is
where the client application resides. It communicates through the lower layers to
the server.

The Presentation Layer

The presentation layer’s task is to isolate the lower layers from the application’s
data format. It converts the data from the application into a common format, often
called the canonical representation. The presentation layer processes machine-
dependent data from the application layer into a machine-independent format for
the lower layers.
The presentation layer is where file formats and even character formats (ASCII
and EBCDIC, for example) are lost. The conversion from the application data
format takes place through a “common network programming language” (as it is
called in the OSI Reference Model documents) that has a structured format.
The presentation layer does the reverse for incoming data. It is converted from the
common format into application-specific formats, based on the type of application
the machine has instructions for. If the data comes in without reformatting
instructions, the information might not be assembled in the correct manner for the
user’s application.

The Session Layer

The session layer organizes and synchronizes the exchange of data between
application processes. It works with the application layer to provide simple data
sets called synchronization points that let an application know how the
transmission and reception of data are progressing. In simplified terms, the
session layer can be thought of as a timing and flow control layer.
The session layer is involved in coordinating communications between different
applications, letting each know the status of the other. An error in one application
(whether on the same machine or across the country) is handled by the session
layer to let the receiving application know that the error has occurred. The session
layer can resynchronize applications that are currently connected to each other.
This can be necessary when communications are temporarily interrupted, or when
an error has occurred that results in loss of data.

The Transport Layer

The transport layer, as its name suggests, is designed to provide the “transparent
transfer of data from a source end open system to a destination end open system,”
according to the OSI Reference Model. The transport layer establishes, maintains,
and terminates communications between two machines.
The transport layer is responsible for ensuring that data sent matches the data
received. This verification role is important in ensuring that data is correctly sent,
with a resend if an error was detected. The transport layer manages the sending of
data, determining its order and its priority.

The Network Layer

The network layer provides the physical routing of the data, determining the path
between the machines. The network layer handles all these routing issues,
relieving the higher layers from this issue.
The network layer examines the network topology to determine the best route to
send a message, as well as figuring out relay systems. It is the only network layer
that sends a message from source to target machine, managing other chunks of
data that pass through the system on their way to another machine.

The Data Link Layer

The data link layer, according to the OSI reference paper, “provides for the
control of the physical layer, and detects and possibly corrects errors that can
occur.” In practicality, the data link layer is responsible for correcting
transmission errors induced during transmission (as opposed to errors in the
application data itself, which are handled in the transport layer).
The data link layer is usually concerned with signal interference on the physical
transmission media, whether through copper wire, fiber optic cable, or
microwave. Interference is common, resulting from many sources, including
cosmic rays and stray magnetic interference from other sources.

The Physical Layer

The physical layer is the lowest layer of the OSI model and deals with the
“mechanical, electrical, functional, and procedural means” required for
transmission of data, according to the OSI definition. This is really the wiring or
other transmission form.
When the OSI model was being developed, a lot of concern dealt with the lower
two layers, because they are, in most cases, inseparable. The real world treats the
data link layer and the physical layer as one combined layer, but the formal OSI
definition stipulates different purposes for each. (TCP/IP includes the data link
and physical layers as one layer, recognizing that the division is more academic
than practical.)

7. Iraban Says:
March 17th, 2006 at 10:29 am

Interviews Questions
1. Are all cacheless proxies DNS cacheful ? If so why ?
2. How does a ping work ? The exact mechanism.

3. How does a DHCP work ? When a pc with no Ip address just with an MAC
addrress boots up , what are the steps that Happen till the time a Ip is given to the
pc from a DHCP.

4. What happens if there are 2 DHCP servers in the network and both gets a
message from 2 pcs booting at exactly the same moment of time.

8. Mike Says:
March 27th, 2006 at 11:52 am

You guys would fail. lol. Class D networks are reserved for multicasting.
someone asking the question isn’t interested in the IP range but what its used for.

9. hariom jindal Says:


April 22nd, 2006 at 12:40 pm

how to change MAC Address.?

ans
you can change a mac address easly. go to the desktop>write click on the my
computer icon>properties>device manager>Network Adapters> properties>
advance>network address.. and then chnage the value. The value should be
hexadecimal or 16 octat

10. hariom jindal Says:


June 18th, 2006 at 2:28 pm

What is DHCP.

ans….

DHCP is a protocol which is designe for Automatic Give the IP Address to DHCP
client..

DHCP Assine the IP Address for few days Lease & capture the clients MAC
address..
It is Updated version of BootP…

11. Indranil Banerjee Says:


September 17th, 2006 at 12:59 pm

27. u can connect two computer using NAT wich use port forwarding method and
proxy server same time on the same line .
26 ping ia process which use ICMP protocl error message which is encapsulated
in a IP packets its calculate the round trip delay time by sending the packet
sending time and subtract it from arrival time. the error messages are 1.destination
unrecheable
2.hardware error.
etc
its also sets maximum hop value and after it becomes 0 the packets discarted

Telnet is a application layer process of connection remote compter and local Area
Network compter by specifing the ip address by a specific port,

25 DHCP is used for MAC address to IP mapping its support both static and
dynamic mapping.Static mapping are done just like bootstrap and for dynamic
mapping it have database of MAC and IP when a packet with a MAC comes ask
for ip its check that assigne a dynamic IP fixed that for a specific time and then
return that packet with that IP

26 In OS when an event done it stored on Message queues and and its relavent
action are called then it executed and cleared message queue it’s tempurary buffer
of a multitusking OS.

5.Class D ip are used for multitusking. that is 1 to many relation ship used with
IGMP protocol for group managemnt.
6.TCP/IP has 4 layer 1.Applicatiotn
2.Transport
3.Internet
4.Netwok Access
Foolish vinod said the OSI Layer

7. Firewall are the rules which are used for Passing traffic thats is packets in
network layer and frame is datalink layer on a specific port it can be two type
1.Hardware
2.Software
11 TCP is a transport layer protocol sued for reliable delivery of segmented
packets
IP is network layer protocol used for end to end delivery of two nodes not
reliable.

12. indranil Says:


September 17th, 2006 at 1:01 pm

27. u can connect two computer using NAT wich use port forwarding method and
proxy server same time on the same line .

26 ping ia process which use ICMP protocl error message which is encapsulated
in a IP packets its calculate the round trip delay time by sending the packet
sending time and subtract it from arrival time. the error messages are 1.destination
unrecheable
2.hardware error.
etc
its also sets maximum hop value and after it becomes 0 the packets discarted

Telnet is a application layer process of connection remote compter and local Area
Network compter by specifing the ip address by a specific port,

25 DHCP is used for MAC address to IP mapping its support both static and
dynamic mapping.Static mapping are done just like bootstrap and for dynamic
mapping it have database of MAC and IP when a packet with a MAC comes ask
for ip its check that assigne a dynamic IP fixed that for a specific time and then
return that packet with that IP

26 In OS when an event done it stored on Message queues and and its relavent
action are called then it executed and cleared message queue it’s tempurary buffer
of a multitusking OS.

5.Class D ip are used for multitusking. that is 1 to many relation ship used with
IGMP protocol for group managemnt.
6.TCP/IP has 4 layer 1.Applicatiotn
2.Transport
3.Internet
4.Netwok Access
Foolish vinod said the OSI Layer

7. Firewall are the rules which are used for Passing traffic thats is packets in
network layer and frame is datalink layer on a specific port it can be two type
1.Hardware
2.Software
11 TCP is a transport layer protocol sued for reliable delivery of segmented
packets
IP is network layer protocol used for end to end delivery of two nodes not
reliable.

13. pay Says:


October 6th, 2006 at 9:43 am

Q1: User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you
do?

ANS:
- get the user(s) to demonstrate the problem

- determine how many other users are affected


- ensure desktop hardware and configuration is OK

- trace all connections (they may be on another subnet)

- commence some monitoring or diagnostics

- determine problem (if there is one)

- provide solution

14. Muhammad Ali Khan Says:


November 5th, 2006 at 6:18 pm

11. TCP is a connection oriented protocol that provides reliable transfer of


information by synchronization, error checking and sequencing of information to
and from IP layer.

IP layer is transport of TCP. It provides path determination and packet switching.


IP layer uses ARP and RARP protocol to map IP to MAC address and MAC to IP
address respectively, to determine network addresses. It is connectionless protocol
that leaves all error checking functions on upper layer.

12. UDP is a connectionless protocol that do not provide reliable transfer of


information and is fast in nature as compare to TCP. This disadvantage on other
hand is suitable for applications like video and voice.

15. Rich Says:


November 26th, 2006 at 8:55 am

5. reserved for Multicast.. correct… I never really understood this properly until
working with OSPF. You can try memorising the table if you like but it’ll stick
better if you get some understanding on why, and what different addresses are
used for.

If you want a good undertanding of a decent routing protocol, get your head round
OSPF. It’s nice, easy and used a lot plus you’ll understand multicasting in the
process…

For example in OSPF - 224.0.0.5 is used for multicasting routing information and
is address you should always know about. I’ve been asked about this in EVERY
interview I’ve had in networks.

16. hariom jindal Says:


December 11th, 2006 at 6:58 am

Active Directory.
Active Directory is a administative tool which is use to manage and administer
the domain users, computers, network clients centrelize.

older name of Active Directory called NTDS( NT Directory Service).

17. hariom jindal Says:


December 11th, 2006 at 7:01 am

What is a Page file.

Page file is a vertual memory of the operating system & work as Physical RAM.
It encreses the system performance & working.

18. hariom jindal Says:


December 11th, 2006 at 7:04 am

What is a Printer.

Printer is a Hardware Device which is use to take hard copy of any text or data
from system..

we have three types of printer..

1. Dot Matrix
2. Lazer
3. Inkjet

19. hariom jindal Says:


December 16th, 2006 at 11:51 am

What is WDS mode in AP?

Ans..

WDS stands for Wireless Distributed System, & work as Bridging Technology.
In WDS mode Access Point can communicate with Wi-Fi Access Points only
does not support Wireless Cliens.

If we want communicate 4 AP to each other so we should configure one AP as


WDS mode.

In this mode WSD AP requires Remote AP mac address so you have to type other
APs MAC address one by one.

and Configure AP in AP with WDS mode with Remote WDS mac address..

with this setting u can make Wireless LAN with out any ethernet wire.
try and if u have any problem contact me at:
rndxpert@gmail.com

20. hariom jindal Says:


December 21st, 2006 at 12:35 pm

Q. Can I connect two computers to internet using same line.

Ans..
Yes, we can connect two or more system using many types of mathodes..

1. Remote Help Invitations.. if you have high or medium speed internet


connection you can access the system..
2. VPN.. using the Virtual Private Network this is technology which is use to
make virtual network between any remote location. VPN make a tunnel type
connection for fast & secure communication.
3. Using third party software we have many type of VPN softwares.

21. hariom jindal Says:


December 21st, 2006 at 12:43 pm

Question.
User(s) are complaining of delays when using
the network. What would you do?
Ans.
Network slow problem create by many reasions like.. Spyware, Virus, Spool
Virus, NetBios, or may be any machine infected with a Virus or Worm..

This problem may be genrate by defected HUB/Switch or Carbon in Jack or


female RJ45 connector.

so you have update your antivirus or firewall software or desible the NetBios in
Wins Configurations.

thanks

22. Raja Said Says:


December 30th, 2006 at 4:02 am

Q.25 What is DHCP?

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a network layer Protocol that enables a


DHCP Server and Assign IP Address Automatically on Individual DHCP Client

23. Raja Says:


January 2nd, 2007 at 12:39 am
Q. what is firewall?

Firewall are two types


1. Hardware Device
2. Software Firewall
Firewall work as a Filter whichever connect to broadband and router before home
Network and stop all virus coming form Internet

24. Hari Om Jindal Says:


January 23rd, 2007 at 10:36 am

Que. How ISA Server Works ?

Ans..

ISA is Software Firewal & Internet Soloution for small & large network. ISA
server blocks Inboud traffic as well as Outbound traffic.

It is a multitasking firewall server it provides NAT (Natwork Address


Translation)& Web Proxy etc..

ISA server provides SecureVPN for connect Remote Clients or Remote


Location…

25. Hariom Jindal Says:


February 22nd, 2007 at 5:07 pm

Que: What is a Domain Controller?

Ans.Domain is a Security boundery which is use to make secure or private


network from inside to outsite.

Domain provide better administration control over the network object.

26. Naveed Nezam Says:


February 23rd, 2007 at 2:47 am

27- Can I connect two computers to internet using same line ?

There are different methods to share one internet connection on multipe numbers
of computer.

1- ICS(Internet Connection Sharing)


In this method you can just enable Internet Connection Sharing check on your
gateway.. The limitation of ICS is you must have 192.168.X.X IP addressing
scheme on your network. another limitation of ICS is it can support upto 15
Computer(approx.. dont remember exact figure).
2-NAT
NAT or NATING basic function is to convert private IP to Public IP and vice
versa.
It work same like ICS but have some enhanced features and can used for large
number of client computers.
* NAT has also option of Firewall.
* No limitation of IP Scheme..it also provide dynamic IP addressing
* Also have a feature of Server Publishing
*Cannot cache

3- Proxy Servers (e.g Microsoft ISA Server)


Fully enhanced product which provide Internet sharing , Firewall(Fully featured )
and Caching.

27. Mohsin khan Says:


February 26th, 2007 at 8:46 am

7. FireWall is nothing but it is used to avoid the unwanted trafic or unauthorised


entry. The Firewall has 2 types 1. Hardware & 2.Software. Now the most familiar
used firewall is PIX from the make of cisco. and other firewalls like nokia and so
on..

28. pradeep kumar Says:


March 26th, 2007 at 7:27 am

please tell me how we can configure DHCP server??

29. Gaurav Says:


April 25th, 2007 at 9:53 am

TCP/IP is a two-way communication between the client and the server and it is a
reliable and there is a confirmation regarding reaching the message to the
destination. It is like a phone call.

UDP is a one-way communication only between the client and the server and it is
not a reliable and there is no confirmation regarding reaching the message to the
destination.

30. syed khalid Says:


May 13th, 2007 at 3:45 am

when u want to know about understanding the nature of network then first of all u
should be concentrate on OSI MODEL
osi model have 7 layers and every layer perform unique task:
1 APPLICATION LAYER
2 PRESENTATION LAYER
3 SESSION LAYER
4 TRANSPORT LAYER
5 NETWORK LAYER
6 DATA LINK LAYER
7 PHYSICAL LAYER
BUT NETWORK WORK ON LAYER 7 -1
THANKS SEE YOU ANY TIME WITH LOTS OF FUNDAS

31. Ahamed Harooon Says:


May 15th, 2007 at 2:19 pm

DHCP stands for “Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol

DHCP’s purpose is to enable individual computers on an IP network to extract


their configurations from a server (the ‘DHCP server’) or servers, in particular,
servers that have no exact information about the individual computers until they
request the information. The overall purpose of this is to reduce the work
necessary to administer a large IP network. The most significant piece of
information distributed in this manner is the IP address.

32. Nirmala Says:


May 17th, 2007 at 11:46 am

2.What are some of the problems associated with operating a switched LAN?
Ans:
A switched LAN (Local Area Network) may use a Gigabit Ethernet switch that
includes different ports connected to PCs and to layer 3 routers. The routers
connected to different switch ports can not immediately identify failures either of
other routers or of the ports and links by which they are connected to the switch.
The routers currently have to rely on slow timeout mechanisms, such as missed
hello packets, to detect failures on other links connected to the switch.
Thus, the time required to detect failures can and often does dominate the time
required for a routing algorithm to determine a new network topology around a
detected failure (convergence time).

33. dharmender yadav Says:


May 30th, 2007 at 11:53 pm

5.Class D: 224-239 its Class D - Used for multicasts, Class D is slightly different
from the first three classes. It has a first bit value of 1, second bit value of 1, third
bit value of 1 and fourth bit value of 0. The other 28 bits are used to identify the
group of computers the multicast message is intended fo

34. Mike Mountrakis Says:


June 14th, 2007 at 5:23 pm
Q 7 How do I monitor the activity of sockets?
In any POSIX (UNIX like system ) you can monitor the ports and their state with
netstat command. Try:

$netstat

and this will give you a list of all opened sockets to the associated ports for
TCP/UDP/RAW protocols.

Q8 How would I put my socket in non-blocking mode?


If you choose to open a socket in UDP, the socket is asynchronous, thus non-
blocking.

Q9 What are RAW sockets?


Those sockets bypass the transport layer and talk directly to network layer, in
other words they cannot be categorized as UDP/TCP.
Normally, in RAW sockets e have to build our own IP header to override values
that IP would place into certain header fields (use IP_HDRINCL socket option
when opening socket descriptor).
Normally we use this kind of sockets for two reasons:
a. Implement custom transport protocol
b. Pass raw streaming through the network.

Michael Mountrakis
mountrakis@illumine.gr

35. Mike Mountrakis Says:


June 14th, 2007 at 5:37 pm

Q17 How to get IP header of a UDP message

If you want to do it for monitoring, use Ethereal


If you want to do it within your code, use pcap (Packet Capturing Library) that
comes with TCPDump distribution.

Q20 What is the difference between MUTEX and Semaphore?


A MUTEX is a lock. You can place a MUTEX Lock on a resource among
processes/threads in order to lock it. When MUTEX is released, the resource is
also released.

A Semaphore is a signal raiser, or a token. When you wait for a MUTEX to be


released, you might need to listen to a specific semaphore caused by the MUTEX
release.

Q21 What is priority inversion?


Rearrange in opposite order the scheduler’s priority list.
Q22 Different Solutions to dining philosophers problem.
Read “UNIX Network Programming” V1 by R. Stevens and
“A Book on C By I. Poll A. Kelly”
There are some excellent solutions over there

Michael Mountrakis
http://www.illumine.gr

36. Hariom Jindal Says:


June 29th, 2007 at 12:17 am

Installing, Upgrading and Erase the software using RPM

RPM (Redhat Package Manager)

RPM package manager is a tool which is use to install, upgrade and removes the
rpm packages. RPM is develop by redhat and support many linux distirbutions
like Fedora Project, Redhat Enterprise Linux, CentOs, Mendriva and othrs.

RPM only supports rpm file.

Using RPM command with many functions.

#rpm –q for query a packages

-a for query with all rpms

-V for query with varify the packge

#rpm –i for install a rpm package

-h for display with hash

-v for verbose

#rpm –u for upgrade the module

#rpm –e for erase the module

Some examples:-

#rpm –ivh dhcp-3.0.1-12_EL

37. prakash Says:


July 7th, 2007 at 4:09 am

User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you do
38. mukesh Says:
October 10th, 2007 at 5:31 am

how do i enable or dlsable my usb port?

39. Leela Says:


October 19th, 2007 at 9:14 am

1.How to take the bios backup?


2.How to disable the ports (usb,com and serial ports)?
3.Difference between cold booting and warm booting?
4.Explain Dr.Watson?

40. Jayshankar Says:


December 15th, 2007 at 7:19 am

1) How do BGP works in a network?


2) What is STM?

41. Harry Says:


December 17th, 2007 at 4:04 am

Domain Controllers in a network can be of 2 sub types: PDC (Primary domain


controller) and BDC (Backup Domain Controller).
PDC governs the other network clients and resource sharing/scheduling can be
easily done. All BDCs can be configured and monitored using PDC. From BDC
clients, using a proxy on PDC, one can access the internet facilities.

42. Abhii Says:


January 2nd, 2008 at 10:54 am

chk the link :

Introduction to the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP)

http://www.academ.com/nanog/feb1997/BGPTutorial/index.htm

43. bajrang lal Says:


January 5th, 2008 at 3:53 am

What is filtering and why we are using?


Well.. firt of all one should know what a protocol actually means

how to change MAC Address.?


What is NetBios?
What is Caching.?
What type of virus? Spyware? how can infected Virus, Spool Virus, NetBios, or
may be any machine infected with a Virus or Worm..

44. brijesh kumar Says:


May 10th, 2008 at 5:57 am

How to install and configure the DHCP service for iSCSI startup
1. Install the DHCP service on a computer on the local network where the iSCSI
client computer will be starting. To do this, follow these steps:a. Click Start, point
to Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.
b. In the Add or Remove Programs dialog box, click Add/Remove Windows
Components.
c. In the Windows Components Wizard, click Networking Services in the
Components list, and then click Details.
d. In the Networking Services dialog box, click to select the Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol (DHCP) check box, and then click OK.
e. In the Windows Components Wizard, click Next to start the Setup program.
Insert the Windows Server 2003 CD into the computer’s CD drive or DVD drive
if you are prompted to do this. Setup copies the DHCP server and tool files to the
computer.
f. When the Setup program is finished, click Finish.

45. brijesh kumar Says:


May 10th, 2008 at 5:58 am

How to install and configure the DHCP service for iSCSI startup
1. Install the DHCP service on a computer on the local network where the iSCSI
client computer will be starting. To do this, follow these steps:a. Click Start, point
to Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs.
b. In the Add or Remove Programs dialog box, click Add/Remove Windows
Components.
c. In the Windows Components Wizard, click Networking Services in the
Components list, and then click Details.
d. In the Networking Services dialog box, click to select the Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol (DHCP) check box, and then click OK.
e. In the Windows Components Wizard, click Next to start the Setup program.
Insert the Windows Server 2003 CD into the computer’s CD drive or DVD drive
if you are prompted to do this. Setup copies the DHCP server and tool files to the
computer.
f. When the Setup program is finished, click Finish

46. Kiran Says:


September 15th, 2008 at 2:36 am

1. User(s) are complaining of delays when using the network. What would you
do?
Ans:
====
1. Check the traffic on the network (using DU Meter) when systems are idle
2. Check to ping the gateway
3. Check any unwanted softwares are installed on the system.
4. Update the Antivirus and Scan the system by unplugging network cable.
5. Check the status of Switch / Hub and cables.

47. Kiran Says:


September 15th, 2008 at 2:39 am

What are RAW sockets?


Ans:
====
provide direct access to the lower-layer protocols, for example, IP and the Internet
Control Message Protocol (ICMP).

48. Kiran Says:


September 15th, 2008 at 2:47 am

What are some of the problems associated with operating a switched LAN?

Ans:
====
1. Slow Data Traffic
2. Too many connections to server
3. Establish Que process
4. Loss of Data

Sniffers are used to overcome these problems.

Pls see the link for Switched LAN

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/internetworking/design/guide/nd2012.html#wp
3242

49. shankar.aj Says:


October 7th, 2008 at 1:36 pm

How to take the bios backup?

50. Dhananjay Says:


November 17th, 2008 at 2:30 pm

What is DHCP?
DHCP stand for Dynamic Host configuration Protocal.DHCP servir provid the
automatically TCP/ IP configuration of all of the claint in the network.
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