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1

What is the maximum speed supported by 802.11b?

11 Mbps

2

One reason to incorporate VLANs in a network is to:

Reduce the number of nodes in a broadcast domain.

3

What is the minimum cabling requirement for a 100BaseTx network?

Category 5 UTP cable

4

A router's static route is set by the:

Network administrator.

5

What type of record does DNS use to find a mail service?

Mail Exchanger (MX) DNS record

6

How many bits are there in an Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) address?

128

7

In which OSI layer does routing occur?

Network

8

The query protocol used to locate resources on a network is:

Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP).

9

What is the most common cable used today?

UTP

10

If you are making a crossover cable and one end is 568A, what should the other end be?

568B

11

If you want to connect a computer directly to another computer without using a switch, you use a __________.

crossover cable

12

You need to connect a twisted-pair cable to the back of a patch panel. What tool should you use?

punch-down tool

13

What is the minimum category of twisted-pair cable you need to support 100 Mbps?

Category 5

14

When you pick up your wireless phone, your computer drops network connectivity. What could be
the cause of the problem?

RFI

15

You are setting up a network within a warehouse using Category 6 UTP. However, parts of the network are down because of the heavy machinery used. What cable type should you use?

fiber

16

What do you call it when electrical signals jump to another set of wires?

crosstalk

17

What type of cable should be used as part of a fire code for a building?

plenum-rated

18

Which of the following is not a fiber connector?

RJ-45

19

Which of the following is a characteristic of single-mode fiber?

Single-mode fiber supports longer distances than multimode fiber.

20

Which protocol can be used to encrypt packets on the Internet?

HTTPS