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Jenkins, John Chapter 10

Jenkins, John Chapter 10 - prevent unauthorized users from...

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1. 802.3 Ethernet 10 Mbps, Fast Ethernet 100 Mbps, Gigabit Ethernet 1000 Mbps 2. 328 Feet 3. The maximum throughput in Mbps. 4. Broadcasting is when data is passed to every node on the network. A hub uses broadcast, a switch does not. 5. 802, 802.11a, b, and g 6. Encrypt the data, Filter the MAC address, Use a VPN 7. A small LAN may be connected using a hub and two or more connected networks can be connected using a switch. 8. The first part of an IP address denotes the network and the second part the host. IP address is used when communication is needed outside of the LAN; a MAC address is used to identify computers within the local area network. 9. WPA 10. VPN uses stronger encryption and encrypts completely from the origination point to the destination point. WPA encrypted data must be decrypted once it leaves the wireless network so that it is not encrypted at all once it is on the wire. 11. With MAC address filtering there is no data security at all; it is only designed to
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Unformatted text preview: prevent unauthorized users from logging on to the wireless network. Data is still available for interception. 12. To strengthen the signal 13. Windows XP 14. Dynamic and Static – A static address would allow an administrator to always know the IP of a particular node on a network. However a static address would provide a small amount of security as a hacker would have to continue to ascertain the IP address of a node instead of knowing it every time. 15. Ping tests network connectivity; Ipconfig is used to check your TCP/IP configuration on Windows 2000 & XP. Winipcfg does the same as Ipconfig but only on Windows 9X & ME. 16. IPX/SPX & NetBEUI are not routable, TCP/IP is routable. 17. Regular phone lines, ISDN, SDSL, Cable modem, ATM, Gigabit Ethernet 18. Phone Service 19. Cable, DSL 20. STP Cat5e 21. BNC Connector 22. 1000 Mbps or Gigabit Ethernet 23. IPX/SPX. 24. Crossover 25. Cable Television service...
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