Flashcards in Chapter 2 Deck (40)
True or False: Each type of cable has a prescribed bend radius , which is the radius of the maximum arc into which you can loop a cable without impairing data transmission.
True or False: The TIA/EIA standard for wall jacks in a work area require that at least one outlet be provided for data and one for voice.
True or False: Cable that is coated with flame-resistant polyvinyl chloride (PVC) is acceptable for use in plenum areas.
True or False: The industry standard height for a rack in rack units is 42U.
True or False: A 66 block is more suitable for data connections than the older 110 block.
True or False: Fiber-optic cable comes in two types: single-mode fiber (SMF) or multimode fiber (MMF).
True or False: In a rack setup, a device called a KVM allows multiple consoles to connect to a single device on the rack.
True or False: F5 Networks set the standard for the diagram symbols used to represent routers, switches, firewalls, and other devices.
True or False: A master service agreement (MSA) is a contract that defines the terms of future contracts between parties, such as payment terms or arbitration arrangements.
True or False: The process of designing, implementing, and maintaining an entire network is called the system life cycle.
When planning horizontal cabling, what is the maximum allowable distance that can be used?
a. 1,000 feet
b. 100 meters
c. 100 feet
d. 300 meters
In general, how much can a twisted-pair's cable be bent before data transmission may be impeded?
a. No more than two times the diameter of the cable.
b. No more than four times the diameter of the cable.
c. No more than ten times the diameter of the cable.
d. Twisted pair cable has a near infinite bend radius.
No more than four times the diameter of the cable.
What statement accurately describes what a cable bend radius determines?
a. A cable bend radius determines the total number of bends that can exist in an overall cable before data is impaired.
b. A cable bend radius is the radius of the minimum arc into which you can loop the cable without impairing data.
A cable bend radius defines the twist rate of the cable inside of the insulation.
d. A cable bend radius is the radius of the maximum arc into which you can loop the cable without impairing data.
A cable bend radius is the radius of the MAXIMUM arc into which you can loop the cable without impairing data.
In order to ensure that a cable is not affected by electromagnetic interference, how far away should the cable be from fluorescent lighting?
a. at least 6 feet
b. at least 3 feet
c. at least 12 feet
d. at least 3 inches
at least 3 feet
What is NOT a TIA/EIA recognized cabling type that can be used for horizontal cabling?
a. shielded twisted pair (STP)
b. unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
d. RG-6 Coaxial
What component of the backbone runs between a building's floors and can be used to connect an MDF and IDF or multiple IDFs?
a. vertical cross connect
b. diagonal cabling
c. horizontal cross connect
d. patch cable
vertical cross connect
Where is a demarc located in relation to the structured cabling of an enterprise environment?
a. in the work area
b. between the MDF and the IDF
c. in the Main Distribution Frame (MDF)
d. at the Intermediate Distribution Frame (IDF)
In the Main Distribution Frame (MDF)
What component of enterprise level structured cabling serves as the location where an incoming network interface enters a building and connects with the building's backbone cabling?
a. intermediate distribution frame
b. entrance facility
c. network interface device
d. main distribution frame
During termination of twisted pair cabling, what should be done to ensure minimal cross talk is introduced?
a. Each pair should be stripped of insulation so that it doesn't get caught in the jack.
b. No less than 1 inch of the cable should be exposed.
c. Each pair should be twisted around another pair to reduce cross talk.
d. No more than 1 inch of the cable should be exposed.
No more than 1 inch of the cable should be exposed.
What statement correctly identifies the purpose of a software patch?
a. A software patch is a major change to a software package that enhances the functionality and features of the software, while also correcting bugs and vulnerabilities.
b. A software patch involves the process of reverting to a previous version of software after attempting to upgrade it.
c. A software patch is a container for new software, and must be installed on relevant devices and incorporated with network resources.
d. A software patch is a correction, improvement, or enhancement to software.
A software patch is a correction, improvement, or enhancement to software.
What type of diagram is a graphical representation of a network's wired infrastructure?
a. topology map
b. network diagram
c. system diagram
d. wiring schematic
Which of the following is a document that is sent as a request to vendors to submit a proposal for a product or service that your company wants to purchase?
a. request for quote
b. request for proposal
c. memorandum of understanding
d. statement of work
request for proposal
What is the name of the GUI front end that is available for the Nmap utility?
What kind of document serves as a legally binding contract or part of a contract that defines, in plain language and in measurable terms, the aspects of a service provided to a customer?
a. memorandum of understanding
b. service-level agreement
c. statement of work
d. master service agreement
In a voice over IP setup (VoIP), what kind of device converts signals from a campus's analog phone equipment into IP data that can travel over a phone company's analog telephone lines?
a. VoIP MTA
b. VoIP translator
c. VoIP PBX
d. VoIP gateway
A change coordinator functions as what type of manager?
a. human resources manager
b. time manager
c. inventory manager
d. project manager
What does a statement of work document do?
a. It is a legally binding contract or part of a contract that defines, in plain language and in measurable terms, the aspects of a service provided to a customer, such as the service provided by an ISP.
b. It documents in detail the work that must be completed for a particular object, and includes specifics such as tasks, deliverables, standards, payment schedule, and work timeline.
c. It documents the intentions of two or more parties to enter into a binding agreement, or contract, and is sometimes used between an informal handshake and the legally binding signatures on contracts.
d. It is a contract that defines the terms of future contracts between parties, such as payment terms or arbitration arrangements.
It documents in detail the work that must be completed for a particular object, and includes specifics such as tasks, deliverables, standards, payment schedule, and work timeline.
Your company is setting itself up to distribute software made by another company. What type of document should your company procure from the developing company?
a. master license agreement
b. master service agreement
c. memorandum of understanding
d. service-level agreement
master license agreement
When creating network diagrams, what icon description typically represents a network switch?
a. An icon that resembles a brick wall.
b. An icon that has a hockey-puck shape with two arrows pointing inward and two arrows pointing outward.
c. An icon that is rectangular, which contains four arrows pointing in opposite directions.
d. An icon that is rectangular in shape, with squiggly lines on the front.
An icon that is rectangular, which contains four arrows pointing in opposite directions.