What port does DNS use?
TCP/UDP port 53
What is the port number for FTP?
TCP port 20 and 21
What is the port number for HTTP?
TCP port 80
What is the port number for HTTPS
TCP port 443
What is the port number for IMAP?
TCP/UDP port 143
What is the port number for LDAP?
TCP port 389
What is the port number for POP3?
TCP port 110
What is the port number for SMTP?
TCP/UDP port 25
what is the port number for Telnet?
TCP/UDP port 23
What Command Prompt command views the IP address?
What is the function of the PING command?
Verifies connectivity between two computers by sending a packet and waiting for a reply.
What does the tracert command do?
Traces the route that a packet takes to a destination and displays the series of IP routers that were used.
What does the command pathping do?
Pathping traces the route through the network and provides a more detailed statistics on the individual hops.
What is an IP address?
A logical address and numerical label that is assigned to a device that is connected to a computer network.
What is NAT?
Network address translation allows multiple computers on a network to connect to the internet through a single IP address.
What are the range of private IP addresses?
- 10.0.0.0 - 10.255.255.255 /8
- 172.16.0.0 - 172.31.255 /12
- 169.254.0.0 - 169.254.255.255 /16 *
- 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255 /16
* Reserved for APIPA
What is a Global unicast address?
Public addresses that are globally routable and reachable on the IPv6 portion of the internet.
Definition of Link local addresses
Private non-routable addresses confined to a single subnet. They are used by hosts when communicating with neighboring hosts on the same link.
What are unique local addresses?
Meant for private addressing, with the addition of being unique so that joining two subnets does not cause address collisions.
What is the role of Network and Sharing Center?
It provides real-time information about your network. Can be used to configure and manage network connections including wireless networks and the level of access.
What is the role of Network Discovery ?
It Allows this computer to see other network computers and devices and makes it visible to other network computers
What is the role of File and printer sharing?
It allows people on the network to access files and printers that you have shared on this computer.
What is the role of Public folder sharing?
It allows people on the network to access files in the public folder.
What is Media Streaming?
It lets people and devices on the network can acces pictures, music and videos on the computer.
What is password protected sharing?
Only people who have a user account and password on the computer can access shared files, printers attached to the computer and the public folders.
What are ports for?
A host uses ports to identify which packets belong to a network service or program.
What is the difference between ipconfig and ipconfig/all?
Ipconfig displays the IP address, subnet mask and default gateway for all adapters whereas ipconfig/all displays the full TCP/IP configuration for all adapters including host name, DNS servers and the Physical/MAC Address.
what does the command ipconfig/displaydns do?
This command displays the contents of the DNS client resolver cache which includes both entries pre-loaded from the local hosts file and any recently obtained resource records for name queries resolved by the computer.
What does the command ipconfig.registerdns do?
It initiates manual dynamic registration for the DNS names and IP addresses that are configured at a computer.
Most wired networks are _________ networks.
A___is any device that connects directly to a network.
A___is a logical address and numeric label that is assigned to a device connected to a compter network.
A_____specifies which bits are network bits and which are host bits.
what is the Range of the first Octet for Class A?
What is the range of the First Octet for class B?
What is the range of the First Octet for class C?
What is the Default Subnet mask for Class A?
What is the Default Subnet mask for Class B?
What is the Default Subnet mask for Class C?
What is the MMC?
An administrative tool to manage windows and many network services. You can customize the MMC with 'snap-ins', including many of the features in Administrative Tools.
What is a default Gateway?
A default gateway is a device, usually a router which connects the local network to other networks.
What is a DNS?
Short for Domain Name System, is a hierarchical client.server based distributed database management system that translates domain Host names to an IP address.
What is WINS?
short for Windows internet name service. Another name resolution technology which translates from netBIOS to a specify a network resource. Since the growth of the internet and the scalability of DNS, WINS is considered a legacy system.
what does the command Nslookup.exe do?
It is a command line administrative tool for testing and troubleshooting DNS name resolution.
What is the Range of the first Octet for a class D address?
What is a FQDN?
Stands for a fully qualified domain name. It describes the exact position of a host with the DNS hierarchy. Some examples of full names include www.microsoft.com
What is TCP/IP?
It is a protocol suite that internet runs on.
What is UTP?
Unshielded twisted-pair cabling.
IPv4 networks are based on a _________ bit address
IPv6 networks are based on a _________bit address
What command is used to test network connectivity between two hosts?
For your Windows 7 computer to be visible on the network by other clients, you will need to first enable
The_______is a device, usually a router, which connects the local network to other networks, allowing a host to communicate with other hosts on remote networks.
Wi-Fi Protected Access
Internet Key Exchange version 2. New in Win7/Win server 2008. Uses IPSec/SSL, supports VPN reconnect to re-establish broken connections, and doesn't need certificates/preshared keys.
Challenge-response authentication that uses md5 hashing to encrypt the response. MS-CHAPv2 provides two-way authentication and is more secure.
Universal authentication Framework for VPN. Meaning, it allows third party vendors to develop their own authentication schemes like smart cards and biometrics.
What does a computer do when a native IPv6 network is not available?
It uses 6to4 or Teredo to send IPv4-encapsulated IPv6 traffic.
What does a directaccess client require?
A global IPv6 address. Beginning with 2 or 3.