# Exploring the Functions of Networking Flashcards

1
Q

An employee has the option of working from home, and their home is located in the same town as the main office. The only option available to connect to the main office is to use the internet. The employee sets up the network, consisting of one desktop computer and a printer. Which two statements regarding the workers SOHO are correct? (Choose two.)

A. The SOHO network is integral to the main office network.

B. The SOHO network is an individual network that can function on its own.

C. The SOHO network devices, such as the desktop computer and a printer, must be connected to the internet to communicate.

D. The SOHO needs a connection to the internet to access the enterprise resources located at the main office.

E. The SOHO is considered by the main office to be a local destination.

A

B. The SOHO network is an individual network that can function on its own.

D. The SOHO needs a connection to the internet to access the enterprise resources located at the main office.

2
Q

Which four of the following are network intermediary devices? (Choose four.)

A. tablet

B. temperature sensor

C. access point

D. firewall

E. laptop

F. switch

F. file server

G. wireless LAN controller

A

C. access point

D. firewall

F. switch

G. wireless LAN controller

3
Q

Which three statements about network characteristics are true? (Choose three.)

A. Bitrate is a measure of the data rate in bits per second of a given link in the network.

B. Scalability indicates how many devices there are currently on the network.

C. QoS tells you how well the network is defended from potential threats.

D. Availability is a measure of the probability that the network will be available for use when it is required.

E. Reliability indicates to what extent you can count upon network components to perform as they are expected to.

A

A. Bitrate is a measure of the data rate in bits per second of a given link in the network.

D. Availability is a measure of the probability that the network will be available for use when it is required.

E. Reliability indicates to what extent you can count upon network components to perform as they are expected to.

4
Q

Which interface is defined in the S0/0/0 format?

A. Ethernet interface

B. Gigabit Ethernet interface

C. Serial interface

D. FastEthernet interface

A

C. Serial interface

5
Q

Which two options represent the meaning of the label Gi2/1? (Choose two.)

A. The interface is a Gigabit Ethernet interface.

B. The interface is a FastEthernet interface.

C. There is more than one slot for interface cards on the hardware.

D. The device is a router.

E. The cable that is connected to this interface is a copper cable.

A

A. The interface is a Gigabit Ethernet interface.

C. There is more than one slot for interface cards on the hardware.

6
Q

Which network characteristic indicates the general expense to purchase, install, and maintain network components?

A. bandwidth

B. security

C. cost

D. availability

A

C. cost

7
Q

What is the function of a WLAN controller?

A. to monitor and control the incoming and outgoing network traffic

B. to automatically handle the configuration of wireless access point

C. to allow wireless devices to connect to a wired network

D. to connect networks and intelligently choose the best paths between networks

A

B. to automatically handle the configuration of wireless access point

8
Q

What is the function of a firewall?

A. to automatically handle the configuration of wireless access points

B. to allow wireless devices to connect to a wired network

C. to connect networks and intelligently choose the best paths between networks

D. to monitor and control the incoming and outgoing network traffic

A

D. to monitor and control the incoming and outgoing network traffic

9
Q

Which network characteristic indicates the dependability of the components that make up the network?

A. reliability

B. scalability

C. security

D. availability

A

A. reliability

10
Q

In which type of applications does the user need to wait for a response when performing actions such as inventory lookup or a database update?

A. batch applications

B. real-time applications

C. interactive applications

D. human-to-human applications

A

C. interactive applications

11
Q

What is the availability percentage over a one year period of the network that is not available for 15 minutes each month?

A. 99.9657 percent

B. 0.9996 percent

C. 99.8457 percent

D. 0.0342 percent

A

A. 99.9657 percent

12
Q

Which network characteristic would best describe how well the network would support business critical applications in case of an unexpected increase of traffic?

A. speed

B. security

C. QoS

D. reliability

A

C. QoS

13
Q

What are three examples of remote access locations? (Choose three.)

A. branch offices

C. small office/home office

D. main office

E. a network in an airport lounge

A

A. branch offices
C. small office/home office
E. a network in an airport lounge

14
Q

Which two statements about interface labels are true? (Choose two.)

A. An interface label is part of the physical topology diagram.

B. An interface label includes information about the interface type.

C. An interface label is its IPv4 address.

D. An interface label is used only when a device has more than one interface.

E. An interface label can be arbitrarily selected by the device administrator.

A

A. An interface label is part of the physical topology diagram.

B. An interface label includes information about the interface type.

15
Q

You are given a physical network diagram. Which two statements about the logical diagram for the same network are true? (Choose two.)

A. The logical diagram is obvious from the physical diagram.

B. The logical diagram can be drawn by adding device model information to the physical diagram.

C. The logical diagram can be drawn by examining device configurations.

D. The logical diagram can be drawn by analyzing data flows in the network.

E. The logical diagram is always different to the physical diagram.

A

C. The logical diagram can be drawn by examining device configurations.

D. The logical diagram can be drawn by analyzing data flows in the network.