Lab 2.1 Review Questions - 14. a. The whole ring fails, if...

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Jason Murray Fundamentals of Networking ITNW 1325 Lab 2.1 Review Questions 1. Topology 2. C D 3. False 4. B D 5. C 6. a. Centralized management of resources and b. In this topology, users are able to shut down their computers without causing the entire network to fail. 7. Star topology 8. False 9. The signal will bounce 10. Bus 11. A switch, as opposed to a hub, provides the full bandwidth to each computer, rather than requiring all computers to share bandwidth. 12. A 13. Access Point (wireless routers, etc.)
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Unformatted text preview: 14. a. The whole ring fails, if one computer fails b. Managing and troubleshooting a ring can be difficult. 15. Wireless topology 16. a. To simplify the troubleshooting process b. If problems arise in the network, an administrator will be able to locate the problematic component much faster with a current diagram. C. With a diagram, it would be easier to expand the network by adding to it. 17. C 18. A 19. True 20. Physical ring topology 21. Active 22. D 23. B 24. C 25. B...
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2010 for the course ITNW 1325 taught by Professor Davis during the Fall '10 term at Trinity Valley Community College.

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Lab 2.1 Review Questions - 14. a. The whole ring fails, if...

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