Server What is a packet Provides grouping of information for transmission
Application info on type of application used
Presentation Info on how info is presented
Session Transport - CP
Network Driver IP
Data Link - Truck
IT 220 week 4
Supernetting Lab 2
1. 30/6 Bits. ?
2. 2 Bits.?
4. Network ID is when your personal or private network obtains an IP address or is
part of a network and are assigned an ID to indentify you as a member.?
8. Group users by function or department
9. Limit the size of the broadcast domain
10. Increase security
11. Separate specialized traffic from user traffic
Unit 4 Homework IT222
Pg122-123 Fill in the Blank
1. A(n) _ can only contain members from within the same domain.
2. You can use the _ utility to import data from Comma-Separated Values
-Lowest is 800 by 600 pixels
highest is 2048 by 1536 pixels
Keyboard Accessibility settings
-ignore repeated keystrokes
ignore quick keystrokes and slow down the repeat rate
-hold down right shift key
Lab 3.2 ASCII Decoding
Binary should be simple with only two numbers!
Hexadecimal should be harder with 16 characters
well, that makes our 10 number decimal / ascii system just right!
IT220 Lab 2
1) Ethernet IEEE 802.3 standard. It operates on a bus topology at 10 Mbps using baseband
transmission with Manchester data coding. It is the most widely used LAN access
method, which is defined by the IEEE 802.3 standard. Ethernet is nor
Unit 3 Homework IT222
Pg97 Fill in the Blank
1. Active Directory will tolerate a maximum of a 5-minute _ between a client
and the domain controller that authenticates it.
2. The _ is responsible for managing time syn
It was inefficient due to you could not multi-task or be able to call someone while you were on the
internet. If someone made a call, your internet session would be terminated. Data rates only up to 56k
if you were lucky.
HP Proliant DL580 Servers
HP LAserJet 601N Printers
HP Access Point
Mitel IP Phones
500 ft Network Cables
HP 3800 Switches/ 48 port
Crimping Tool Set
Network Standards and Protocols
Exercise 2.1.1- All of these elements are necessary for allowing one device to
communicate with another because each step carries different functions needed to
create the netw
5.1.1- Keeper of the LAN architecture
* IEEE Std 802.1 describes the 802 family of standards and describes the LAN
architecture. Defines some useful things, such as the LAN address format, the SNAP protocol,
Chapter 7 Lab
7.1.1- It is impractical because WANs are all over the world and is how people or companies
geographically communicate. It is widespread amongst different ISPs therefore cannot be
owned by one organization. Ther