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chapter 4 quiz questions

chapter 4 quiz questions - 1 is a subprotocol in the TCP/IP...

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1. ________ is a subprotocol in the TCP/IP suite that operates at the Network layer and manages multicasting. a. IGMP (Internet Group Managment Protocol) b. RARP (Reverse Address Resolution Protocol) c. ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) d. ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) 2. ________ is an automated means of assigning a unique IP address to every decive on a network. Select one: 3. With IPv4 Addressing, each IP address is a unique ________ number, divided into four octets that are separated by periods. Select one: 4. IP (Internet Protocol) belongs to the ________ layer of the OSI model. Select one: 5. If the ________ flag in the TCP header is set to 1, this indicates that the data should be sent to an application without buffering. a. RST b. FIN c. PSH d. BUF 6. What is the function of ARP? 7. On a client/server network, what computer initiates the process of assigning an IP address through DHCP? 8. What type of information must a protocol suite supply to be routable? 9. If you are connected to a network that uses DHCP, and you need to terminate your Windows Vista workstation’s DHCP lease, which of the following commands would you use? a. ipconfig /all b. ipconfig /term c. ipconfig /release d. ipconfig /stop 10. Suppose you send data to the 11111111 11111111 11111111 11111111 IP address on an IPv4 network. To what device(s) are you transmitting? 11. What devices are the highest authorities in the domain name system hierarchy?
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