Flashcards in Deck 1 Deck (20)
What is the most common central device used today to connect computers to a network?
What is the most common adapter or connector used to connect a computer to a wired network?
Which of the following does a switch use for increased performance?
What do you use to isolate a group of computers within your organization?
What do you use to create VLANs?
What zone is used to publish external websites for an organization?
Which topology is the most redundant and the most expensive?
What standard describes CSMA/CD?
What mechanism do wireless networks use to access the network?
What model promises the most processing power?
Which model users a central database for authentication?
What type of server does Active Director run on?
Which model has each host have their own security database?
What type of communication is sent to a single designated host?
What is used to uniquely identify a host on a TCP/IP network?
A _________ is a single computer or device that connects to a TCP/IP network.
What is the central device used in wireless LANs?
Wireless Access Point
What command do you use to test the TCP/IP stack on a computer?
You need to divide a network into three subnets. Which Device should you use?