a. 1522 bytes 9. What field in an IPv4 packet informs routers the level of precedence they should apply when processing an incoming packet? a. Differentiated Services (DiffServ) 10. IPv4 and IPv6 use the same packet format. a. False 11. By default, what is the MTU size on a typical Ethernet network? a. 1500 bytes 12. In IPv6, what field is used to indicate what sequence of packets from one source to one or multiple destinations a packet belongs to? a. flow label 13. Which of the following is not a task handled by a router? a. A router forwards broadcasts over the network. 14. What IPv6 field is similar to the TTL field in IPv4 packets? a. hop limit 15. The CTRL + S key combination can be used to stop an actively running command. a. False 16. The cost of upgrading infrastructure has been a major factor in the slow adoption of IPv6. a. True 17. When using the Routing Information Protocol (RIP), what is the maximum number of hops a message can take between its source and its destination before the destination is considered unreachable? a. 15 18. Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is an interior gateway protocol that uses a link-state algorithm.
a. False 19. What is NOT one of the three characteristics of TCP in its role as a reliable delivery protocol? a. Framing 20. What command will list only current connections, including IP addresses and port numbers?
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