Computer System Structure - Q1.Users are having trouble...

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Unformatted text preview: Q1.Users are having trouble connecting to Internet hosts. You suspect there is a problem with the Domain Name System (DNS) server and want to verify this. What troubleshooting step can you take to determine whether the DNS server is resolving Internet host names? Some of the potential solutions are given below: Please select the appropriate solution and justify your answer. [25 marks] a. Issue the Winipcfg command from a local workstation. b. Try to connect to an Internet host using the Internet Protocol (IP) address instead of the IP host name c. Ping the DNS server to see if it is functioning. d. Use the traceroute command to test the functionality of the DNS server Q2. Describe the basic protocols and modes of IPSec operation and their fundamental difference. [25 marks] Q3. Identify two potential problems with using packet switching on a network. Explain your answer. [25 marks] Q4. You are the administrator of a small network. You recently installed a network interface adapter in one of the Q4....
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2011 for the course BUSINESS AAF001-1 taught by Professor Dr.tony during the Spring '11 term at University of Bedfordshire.

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