BIS230- Ch 03 Solutions

BIS230- Ch 03 Solutions - Guide to Networking Essentials,...

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Guide to Networking Essentials , 5th ed., 14188-37180 Ch. 3 Solutions-1 HTTP :// FACULTY . MSMC . EDU / CHRISTEN / NETWORKS / SOLUTIONS 03. PDF     www.personal.psu.edu/faculty/g/w/gwc2/ist220/chap03.doc Chapter 3 Solutions Review Questions 1. Of the following cabling elements, which does not commonly occur in coaxial cable? d. cladding 2. Which of the following is a common media characteristic? (Choose all that apply.) a. bandwidth rating b. interference susceptibility d. maximum segment length 3. What surrounds the center conductor in a coaxial cable to separate it from the wire braid? d. insulating layer 4. Which of the following types of fiber-optic connectors provides high density and requires only one connector for two cables? c. MT-RJ 5. The condition that requires cables not to exceed a recommended maximum length is called _____________. d. attenuation 6. Which of the following is not a wireless networking standard? d. 802.17b 7. The space between a false ceiling and the true ceiling where heating and cooling air circulates is called the _____________. d. plenum 8. Cable sheathed with __________ material should not be routed in the plenum or walls. d. PVC (polyvinyl chloride) 9. The fire-resistant cable specified by fire and building codes is rated as which of the following? d. plenum-rated 10. To build the network in your New York City headquarters, you must run a cable through the elevator shaft from the customer service center on the second floor all the way up to corporate offices on the 37th floor. The distance is 550 meters. What type of cable must you use? d. fiber-optic cable 11. Which of the following cables is not suitable for network use of any kind? a. Category 1 12. What type of connector is used most commonly with TP network wiring? b. RJ-45
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Guide to Networking Essentials , 5th ed., 14188-37180 Ch. 3 Solutions-2 13. Both Category 3 and Category 5 cable can be used for 100 Mbps Ethernet. True or False? False 14. You have been hired to install a network at a large government agency that wants to reduce the likelihood of electronic eavesdropping on its network. What kind of cable should you use? d. fiber-optic 15. You’re preparing to install a conventional Ethernet network in your new office building, but your boss tells you to be ready to handle a switchover to 1 Gbps Ethernet next year. What two types of cable could you install? (Choose two answers.) b. fiber-optic d. Category 6 16. When two cables run side by side, signals traveling down one wire might interfere with signals traveling on the other
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