TB-Chapter3 - Chapter 3 Test Bank 1. The basic building...

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Chapter 3 Test Bank 1. The basic building blocks of the Internet include all of the following except : a) Client/server computing b) The SMTP, POP, and IMAP protocols c) The TCP/IP communications protocol d) Packet-switching hardware Answer: (b) (see page 115) 2. The process of slicing digital messages into parcels, sending them along different communication paths as they become available, and reassembling them at the destination point is called: a) routing b) the Transmission Control protocol c) packet switching d) the File Transfer protocol Answer: (c) (see page 115) 3. Specialized computers that interconnect the thousands of computers that make up the Internet in order to transmit message parcels along available communication paths and on to their destinations are called: a) transponders b) routers c) servers d) clients Answer: (b) (see page 115) 4. A set of rules for formatting, ordering, compressing, and error-checking messages is called: a) an algorithm b) a domain c) a statute d) a protocol Answer: (d) (see page 116) 5. T/F: Transmission Control protocol is the protocol that provides the Internet addressing scheme. Answer: False (see page 116) 6. The Transport Layer of TCP/IP is responsible for: a) placing packets on and receiving them from the network medium b) addressing, packaging, and routing messages c) providing communication with the application by acknowledging and sequencing the packets to and from the application d) providing a variety of applications with the ability to access the services of the lower layers Answer: (c) (see page 117)
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7. The Internet Layer of TCP/IP is responsible for: a) placing packets on and receiving them from the network medium b) addressing, packaging, and routing messages c) providing communication with the application by acknowledging and sequencing the packets to and from the application d) providing a variety of application with the ability to access the services of the lower layers Answer: (b) (see page 117) 8. The Network Interface Layer of TCP/IP is responsible for: a) placing packets on and receiving them from the network medium b) addressing, packaging, and routing messages c) providing communication with the application by acknowledging and sequencing the packets to and from the application d) providing a variety of application with the ability to access the services of the lower layers Answer: (a) (see page 117) 9. Internet addresses (IP addresses) are currently expressed as: a) a 32 bit number that appears as a series of four separate numbers separated by semicolons b) a 128 bit number that appears as a series of four separate numbers separated by periods c) a 64 bit number that appears as a series of four separate numbers separated by periods d) a 32 bit number that appears as a series of four separate numbers separated by periods Answer: (d) (see page 118) 10. The natural language system used to represent IP addresses is called: a) the uniform resource locator system b) the Internet protocol addressing schema
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