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1) Ethernet standards are set at the ________. A) physical layer B) transport layer C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 1a Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts... . AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 2) TCP/IP standards are set at the ________. A) physical layer B) transport layer C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 1b Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 3) UDP is a standard for ________. A) packet delivery B) supervision C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 1c Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 4) DNS is a ________ protocol. A) packet delivery B) supervisory C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 1d Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 5) Router sockets for wire and optical fiber cords are called ________. A) sockets B) plugs C) interfaces D) ports Difficulty: Basic Question: 2a Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 6) For cost reasons, you should ________ where you can, ________ where you must. A) switch; switch B) route; route C) switch; route D) route; switch Difficulty: Basic Question: 2b Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 7) Which of the following is one of the three parts of an IPv4 address? A) subnet part B) subnet mask C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 3a Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 8) The network part of an IPv4 address is ________ bits long. A) 8 B) 16 C) 32 D) 64 Difficulty: Basic Question: 3b Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 9) The total length of an IPv4 address is ________ bits. A) 8 B) 16 C) 32 D) 64 Difficulty: Basic Question: 3c Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 10) In the IPv4 address 1.2.3.4, what is the network part? A) 1 B) 1.2 C) 1.2.3 D) We cannot say. Difficulty: Basic Question: 3d Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 11) If you see an IPv4 address, what do you know for certain? A) the total length B) the length of the network part C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 3e Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 12) A border router connects different IP ________. A) subnets B) networks C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 4a Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 13) An internal router connects different IP ________. A) subnets B) networks C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 4b Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 14) A mask has ________ bits. A) 8 B) 16 C) 32 D) 64 Difficulty: Basic Question: 5a Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 15) In a network mask, the 1s correspond to the ________. A) network part B) subnet part C) host part D) Internet part Difficulty: Basic Question: 5b Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 16) In a subnet mask, the 1s correspond to the ________. A) network part B) subnet part C) host part D) all of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 5c Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 17) In the mask 255.255.255.0, how many 1s are there? A) 8 B) 16 C) 24 D) 48 Difficulty: Basic Question: 6a Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 18) In the mask /14, how many 1s are there? A) 8 B) 16 C) 24 D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 6b Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 19) Express the mask /24 in dotted decimal notation. A) 255.0.0.0 B) 255.255.0.0 C) 255.255.255.0 D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 6c Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 20) Express the mask /18 in dotted decimal notation. A) 255.0.0.0 B) 255.255.0.0 C) 255.255.255.0 D) none of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 6c Objective: Define hierarchical IP address concepts. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 21) The Internet is organized in a ________. A) hierarchy B) ring C) mesh D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 7 Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 22) In a routing table, a ________ represents a route for a group of IP addresses. A) row B) column C) schema D) metric Difficulty: Basic Question: 8a Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 23) There is a row for each host address in a(n) ________. A) routing table B) Ethernet switching table C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 8b Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 24) For 100,000 addresses, which will have fewer rows? A) a routing table B) an Ethernet switching table C) Both will be about the same number of rows. Difficulty: Deeper Question: 8c Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 25) If no other row matches, the router will select the ________ row as its best match. A) First B) Last C) either A or B, depending on the circumstances D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 9d Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 26) In a routing table, Rows 47 and 3497 both match the destination IP address of an arriving packet's IP address. What row will the router look at first when trying to find matching rows? A) 1 B) 47 C) 3497 D) the default row Difficulty: Deeper Question: 9d Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 27) A packet arrives at a router with destination IP address 62.17.3.2. Row 47 has the destination value 62.17.4.0. Is Row 47 a match? A) Yes B) No C) impossible to determine Difficulty: Deeper Question: 9e Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 28) A packet arrives at a router with destination IP address 128.171.3.2. Row 47 has the destination value 128.171.0.0. Is Row 47 a match? A) Yes B) No C) impossible to determine Difficulty: Deeper Question: 9f Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 29) The first step in the routing process involves ________. A) selecting the best match row B) comparing the packet's destination IP address to all rows C) comparing the packet's destination IP address to matching rows D) selecting an interface Difficulty: Deeper Question: 10a Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 30) The second step in the routing process involves ________. A) selecting the best-match row B) comparing the packet's destination IP address to all rows C) comparing the packet's destination IP address to matching rows D) selecting an interface Difficulty: Basic Question: 10a Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 31) A(n) ________ must find the best-matching row in its ________ table by comparing multiple row matches. A) Ethernet switch; switching B) router; routing C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 8d Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 32) If any row other than the default row matches an IPv4 address, the router will ________. A) always choose the default row B) sometimes choose the default row C) never choose the default row D) impossible to determine Difficulty: Basic Question: 10b Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 33) Row 2707 has the mask /16 and the cost metric 20. Row 4400 has the mask /14 and the cost metric 10. The default row has a metric cost of 2. Which row will the router choose if both are matches? A) 2707 B) 4400 C) 2 D) impossible to determine Difficulty: Deeper Question: 10d Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 34) Row 2707 has the mask /16 and the reliability metric 20. Row 4400 has the mask /16 and the reliability metric 10. Which row will the router choose if both are matches? A) 2707 B) 4400 C) either A or B D) The router will choose the default row. Difficulty: Deeper Question: 10i Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 35) Deciding what interface and to what device to send the packet back out is step ________ in the routing process. A) 1 B) 2 C) 3 D) none of the above. Difficulty: Basic Question: 11a Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 36) Router ports are called ________. A) sockets B) plugs C) interfaces D) ports Difficulty: Basic Question: 11b Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 37) In the final step, the router sends the packet ________. A) to a particular device B) out a particular interface C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 11d Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 38) The next-hop router listed in the last row is the ________ router. A) local B) best-match C) socket D) default Difficulty: Deeper Question: 11e Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 39) If the next-hop router field in the best-match row says "local", the router should address the packet to the ________. A) local router B) default router C) destination host D) none of the above. Difficulty: Deeper Question: 12a Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 40) If a router receives 20 packets in a row going to the same destination IP address, the standard calls for it to ________. A) go through all three steps for each B) use the decision it made for the first one C) send them via different routers to create load balancing along different routes D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 12a Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 41) In decision cashing, when 20 packets arrive to the same destination IP address, the router will ________. A) go through all three steps for each B) use the decision it made for the first one C) send them via different routers to create load balancing along different routes D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 12b Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 42) Decision caching ________. A) reduces routing costs B) is safe C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 12c Objective: Explain how routers process arriving IPv4 addresses. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 43) The main version of Internet Protocol in use today is IP version ________. A) 1 B) 4 C) 5 D) 6 Difficulty: Basic Question: 14a Objective: Describe the IPv4 fields we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 44) In IPv4, the ________ field is used to deal with congestion in the Internet. A) ECN B) DiffServ C) time to live D) header checksum Difficulty: Basic Question: 14c Objective: Describe the IPv4 fields we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 45) the identification field in IPv4 is used for ________. A) route fragmentation B) frame fragmentation C) application message fragmentation D) packet fragmentation Difficulty: Deeper Question: 15b Objective: Describe the IPv4 fields we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 46) Which of the following allows packet fragmentation? A) IPv4 B) IPv6 C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 15d Objective: Describe the IPv4 fields we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 47) A router will discard a packet if the Time to Live (TTL) value in an arriving packet is ________. A) 0 B) 1 C) 254 D) 256 Difficulty: Deeper Question: 16a Objective: Describe the IPv4 fields we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 48) In an IPv4 packet, the ________ field value tells the type of message contained in the IP packet's data field. A) data B) next-hop C) next-header D) protocol Difficulty: Basic Question: 16c Objective: Describe the IPv4 fields we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 49) The version of Internet Protocol that is growing rapidly is IP version ________. A) 1 B) 2 C) 4 D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 18a Objective: Describe IPv6 header fields. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 50) Which is a problem with IPv4 addresses? A) They are incompatible with wireless devices. B) They are too complex. C) Routers find it difficult to handle them. D) We have run out of them. Difficulty: Basic Question: 18a Objective: Describe IPv6 header fields. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 51) The main benefit of IPv6 over IPv4 is ________. A) having two more bits in the IP address B) having two more bytes in the IP address C) the ability to have quality-of-service guarantees D) the ability to support more hosts Difficulty: Deeper Question: 18b Objective: Describe IPv6 header fields. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 52) What is pushing IPv6 adoption now? A) pressure from ISPs B) pressure from the IETF C) pressure from ISO D) none of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 19 Objective: Describe IPv6 header fields. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 53) IPv6 addresses help to ________. A) simplify writing B) simplify memorization C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20a Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 54) Simplification of IPv6 addresses must be standardized ________. A) to maximize text compression B) for the retrieval of IPv6 addresses in text fields of documents and spreadsheets C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20b Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 55) In IPv6 address simplification, text characters are expressed in ________. A) upper case B) lower case C) either A or B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 20c Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 56) For human reading, IPv6 addresses are written in ________ notation. A) dotted decimal B) hexadecimal C) binary D) all of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20d Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 57) In IPv6 addresses before simplification, there are ________ in a field. A) 4 symbols B) 16 bits C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20e Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 58) In IPv6 addresses before simplification, there are ________ in a field. A) 2 symbols B) 8 bits C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20f Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 59) In IPv6 addresses, ________ are separated by ________. A) segments; dots B) segments; colons C) fields; dots D) fields; colons Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20g Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 60) How many fields are there in an IPv6 address written for human reading? A) 8 B) 16 C) 32 D) 128 Difficulty: Deeper Question: 20h Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 61) If I simplify the address 2001:0000:0000:00fe:0000:0000:0000:cdef, I get ________. A) 2001:0:0:fe::cdef B) 2001::fe:0:0:0:cdef C) 2001:0:0:fe:0:0:0:cdef D) 2001::00fe:0::cdef Difficulty: Deeper Question: 21a Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 62) If I simplify the address 2001:0ed2:056b:00d3:00c0:abcd:0bcd:0fe0, I get ________. A) 2001:ed2:56b:d3:c0:abcd:bcd:0fe0 B) 2001:ed2:56b:d3:c:abcd:bcd:0fe C) either A or B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Deeper Question: 21b Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 63) If I simplify the IPv4address 2001:0000:0000:00fe:3270:0000:0000:cdef., I get ________. A) 2001:0:0:00fe:3270:0:0:cdef B) 2001::00fe:3270:0:0:cdef C) 2001:0:0:00fe:3270::cdef D) 2001::00fe:3270::cdef Difficulty: Deeper Question: 21c Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 64) Which RFC standardizes how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical form? A) RFC 791 B) RFC 2707 C) RFC 5952 D) RFC 7600 Difficulty: Deeper Question: 21f Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 65) The version number field in IPv6 has the value ________. A) 0001 B) 0100 C) 0101 D) 0110 Difficulty: Deeper Question: 22a Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 66) The diffserv field in IPv4 is for ________. A) congestion B) compression C) quality of service D) options Difficulty: Basic Question: 22b Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 67) The packets in an IPv6 flow are handed ________. A) sequentially B) in parallel C) in ripples D) identically Difficulty: Deeper Question: 22c Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 68) IPv6 uses ________ to know the packet length. A) header length fields B) total length fields C) payload lengths D) hop limits Difficulty: Deeper Question: 22d Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 69) In IPv6, the payload length gives the number of octets in the ________. A) entire packet B) entire packet minus the main header C) entire packet minus the main and extension headers D) entire packet minus the extension headers Difficulty: Deeper Question: 22e Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 70) The hop limit field in IPv6 corresponds to the ________ field in IPv4 A) header checksum B) protocol C) length D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 22f Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 71) Which of the following checks for errors in the packet header? A) IPv4 B) IPv6 C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 22g Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 72) Using a header checksum field to check for errors ________. A) increases routing time B) decreases routing time C) makes the protocol reliable D) checks the entire packet to look for errors Difficulty: Deeper Question: 22h Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 73) Which has a better system for handling options beyond the main header? A) IPv4 B) IPv6 C) Both use the same method. D) Neither can handle options. Difficulty: Basic Question: 23a Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 74) ________ are the only extension headers that all routers must consider. A) Destination options B) Mobility headers C) Encapsulating security protocol headers D) Hop-by-hop options Difficulty: Deeper Question: 23c Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 75) If you see 0 in the Next Header Field of a header, what will follow this header? A) hop-by-hop options B) destination options C) mobility header D) none of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 23e Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 76) The terms payload and data field ________ in IPv6. A) are synonymous B) have nothing in common C) are related but different D) none of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 23f Objective: Describe how to write IPv6 addresses in canonical notation. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 77) Sequence numbers are ________ bits long. A) 8 B) 16 C) 24 D) 32 Difficulty: Basic Question: 24a Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 78) One-bit fields are called ________ fields. A) SYN B) flag C) ACK D) none of the above Difficulty: Basic Question: 24b Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 79) TCP has ________ flag field(s). A) 1 B) 2 C) 6 D) 9 Difficulty: Deeper Question: 24b Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 80) If someone says that a 1-bit flag is not set, this means its value is ________. A) 0 B) 1 C) blank D) We cannot say. Difficulty: Basic Question: 24b Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 81) A TCP ________ segment is a request to the other transport process to close a connection. A) FIN B) ACK C) CLS D) SYN Difficulty: Basic Question: 25a Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 82) Four-way closes use ________ segments. A) FIN B) RST C) either A or B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 25b Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology 83) An abrupt close uses a ________ segment. A) FIN B) RST C) either A or B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 25b Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 84) Which of the following segments types is acknowledged? A) FIN B) RST C) Both of the above are acknowledged. D) Neither A nor B is acknowledged. Difficulty: Basic Question: 25d Objective: Explain TCP segment fields and UDP datagram fields that we did not see in Chapter 2. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Application of Knowledge 85) Which of the following can handle an application message that is one megabyte in size? A) TCP B) UDP C) both A and B D) neither A nor B Difficulty: Basic Question: 26a Objective: Describe why UDP cannot handle long application messages. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge 86) The maximum application message size when UDP is used at the transport layer is approximately ________. A) 16,000 bytes B) 64,000 bytes C) 1 million bytes D) none of the above Difficulty: Deeper Question: 26c Objective: Describe why UDP cannot handle long application messages. AACSB: Applying Information Technology, Analytical Thinking, Application of Knowledge [Show More]

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