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CPT 230 Fall 2007  Quiz #4  Name:________________________________________    MARK YOUR ANSWER ON THE SPACE NEXT TO THE QUESTION NUMBER.    _A_1) CSMA/CD systems have no sense of priority when it comes to allowing nodes to transmit.   A) True  B) False    _C_2) What happens when a collision is discovered on an Ethernet network?   A) Nodes immediately retransmit when the channel is clear   B) The node with the numerically lower MAC address pauses.   C) Both nodes back off and wait a random amount of time before retransmitting.   D) None of the above.    _C_3) What is the role of the Active Monitor in a Token Ring network?   A) Generates the Token   B) Removes Orphaned frames   C) A and B   D) None of the above    _A_4) Under heavy load, which network type maintains a linear performance curve?   A) Token Ring B) Ethernet 
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Unformatted text preview: _B_5) Which of the following is a subsystem used to encapsulate non-802 compliant protocols within IEEE-802 based LAN systems? A) PAP B) SNAP C) MAC D) All of them. _C_6) What is the maximum frame length of an Ethernet frame (802.3 and Ethernet_II)? A) 64 octets B) 1500 Octets C) 1518 Octets D)5000 Octets _B_7) Which sort of Ethernet standard uses a Type Field to indicate the protocol type of the data in the data field? A) 802.3 B) Ethernet_II _C_8) What is the length of the source and destination filed in an Ethernet_II frame? A) 2 octets B) 4 octets C) 6 octets D) 8 octets _B_9) Ethernet uses what sort of logical topology? A) Sequential B) Broadcast _A_10) Token Ring uses what sort of logical topology? A) Sequential B) Broadcast...
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