16. B & C
17. C & D
2. A, B, & E
5. B & C
6. A, B & C
7. C & D
8. A & C
Transmission Control Proto
Keeper of the LAN architecture IEEE standard 802. Describes the 802 family of standards. Describes
the LAN Architecture. Defines some useful things, such as the LAN address format, the SNAP protocol,
What network topology has the inherent weakness of a single point of failure
The Star physical network
Define "networking standard"
The details of what a networking topology does and how it does it
"De facto standards"
No particular standards, they are es
Unit 9 lab
The dial up connection was insufficient because you could only do data or phone calls. The limitations
were that by using the low frequency wires it limited the speed of the data and you had to have a phone
3.1.1 You wouldnt be able to communicate with other devices. You would have to go back to hardline
phone and using mail service. No more on the go communications.
3.1.2 The OSI model. It actually shows the process.
7. 1100, Move one to the left
8. 1100 when comparing numbers, both all significant digits must be the same with AND
9. 1111 when comparing numbers, all significant digits are
2. B & D
3. A & D
5. B & C
10. A & B
16. A, B, & C
17. A & D
18. B & D
The internet: global network consiste
The messages that is used to form the handshake is known as (SYN, SYN-ACK, and ACK) This is
important because it allows for both ends to initiate and communicate using different TCP sockets at
The network ID is 110 and the host ID is 1.The binary value of the host ID is 6 and the network ID is 0.
Done in the book
No it would not be, because of the host ID and network ID being too low of value
Review Questions unit 8
2. A, C
3. B, C
7. B, D
16. B, D
17. A ,C
IP Router: a device that forwards da
Define the Key Terms
Switched Circuit: A telecommunication circuit is an
To own a WAN is to put up with the trouble and upkeep of such a large portion of the network,
controlling and owning the LAN is more of a manageable take for the user of the LANs
It depends on what part of
Unit 3 Assignment 1
2. C, D.
3. A, C
4. B, D
5. B, C.
6. A, B.
14. B, D.
16. A, D.
17. B, C.
18. B, C.
20. A, B and C.
Key Terms for Chapter 3
Standards are important for NICs, connectors and media for stability, consistency and fewer errors.
The voltage for registering 1 bit on Ethernet is so low because the voltage only has to be high enough for
Chapter review Unit 5
Ethernet LANs: A collection of devices, in
Computer Networking is made possible by combining all these things together, you need media to make
communication possible between two devices. We need software, hardware, and users interfaces to
make the communic
Unit 6 Mind Maps: Wireless LANS
Common to Both
100G max bit rate
6-Byte destination MAC
6-Byte source Mac address field
4-Byte FCS field in trailer
PAN- Personal Area Network- The interconnection of devices within the range of an individual
person, typically within a range of 30 feet.
LAN - Local Area Network-A LAN connects network devices over a short dist