Ch04 - Network+ Guide to Networks, 4th Edition Solutions 4...

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Network+ Guide to Networks, 4 th Edition Solutions 4 – 1 Network+ Guide to Networks, 4 th Edition Chapter 4 Solutions Review Questions 1. What type of information must a protocol suite supply to be routable? b. Network layer address 2. Which protocol suite grew popular in part because software developers have always been able to modify it freely? a. TCP/IP 3. What field in an IP datagram can be used to indicate that a packet should be routed before any other packets? b. the Differentiated Services field 4. What happens to an IP datagram when its TTL reaches 1? c. It is discarded by the connectivity device. 5. What would be the effect on your overtaxed network if you reprogrammed all client and server Application layer protocols to use UDP rather than TCP? c. Due to UDP’s unreliability and the amount of traffic on the network, more errors would likely occur and traffic levels would increase, resulting in slower response time. 6. What is the function of ARP? d. to obtain the MAC address of a host, and then map that MAC address to the host’s IP address 7. Which of the following applications would be best suited to using UDP? d. video transmission over the Web 8. Suppose you have a workstation that uses the IP address 203.12.176.55. To what network class does the workstation belong? c. C 9. How many bytes are used for an IPv4 IP address? a. 4 10. Suppose your computer’s IP address is 155.61.9.188, and your network administrator has not subnetted the network to which you’re connected. What is your computer’s subnet mask? b. 255.255.0.0
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Network+ Guide to Networks, 4 th Edition Solutions 4 – 2 11. Suppose you send data to the 11111111 11111111 11111111 11111111 IP address. To what device(s) are you transmitting? a. all devices on your network segment 12. What is the main difference between BOOTP and DHCP? c. BOOTP relies on a static table to associate IP addresses with MAC addresses, whereas DHCP does not. 13. If you are connected to a network that uses DHCP, and you need to terminate your Windows XP workstation’s DHCP lease, which of the following commands would you use? b. ipconfig /release 14. At a minimum, what fields would you find in a hosts file? b. IP address and host name
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