Most Wi-Fi networks are configured in…
an Infrastructure mode. They are configured to connect to the network by the Access Point
In order to physically connect three or more computers, you should use…
crossover Ethernet cable. You must be able to plug the Ethernet cables into a device that will allow signals to be transmitted to one another.
devices that will allow signals to be transmitted to one another include
a hub, a switch, or a router.
A node is…
a device that can communicate on a network via a network interface. (router, sever)
radio waves as transmission media
The ISO is
(International Organization for Standardization) that created the OSI reference model
The maximum transfer rate of an 802.11g WiFi adapter is
30 - 40 m
What network topologies use a single link to establish a connection between two computers or nodes.
star, bus, mesh, point to point protocol
The range of broadcast radio frequencies can be
3 KHZ or 300 Ghz
The latency can affect a wireless connection.T or F
the amount of time a message takes to traverse a system. In a computer network, it is an expression of how much time it takes for a packet of data to get from one designated point to another.
You can encrypt or scramble messages being sent over a WLAN by using…
Ciphers, Encryption, WPA, AES.
National governments regulate the use of radio spectrum and are internationally standardized by …T or F
the International Telecommunications Union. T
ADSL (Asymmetrical) DSL is…
a consumer version of DSL and provides fast downloads but slow uploads.
2G Cellular digital communications is also referred to as
Network Access Points (NAP) was…
a public network exchange facility where Internet service providers (ISPs) connected with one another in peering arrangements.
ISP (Internet Service Providers) are
companies like Cox, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Comcast.