Cisco Mr.Akner period 1 and 2
The contents for an 802.11(WiFi) frame are :
Protocol Version field - Version of 802.11 frame in use
Type and Subtype fields - Identifies one of three functions and sub functions of the
frame: control, da
Chapter 3 Questions
When is it best to use a distance vector routing protocol?
When the network is simple and flat, the administrators do not have enough
knowledge to configure and troubleshoot link-state protocols, and in a
CCNA 3: LAN Switching and Wireless
Routers and switches are devices that are essential to networks. With these
devices, networks can be created within homes and businesses. Though the main
purpose of these devices is to
Cloud storage is a service that has been developed by Joseph Carl Robnett
Licklider, a man who developed ARPANET in 1969. Although many people believe it to
be a service that was created recently, the conc
Describe the 6 steps to calculate the summary route.
In order to calculate the summary route, you need to: write out the networks you want to
summarize in binary, start with the left-most but to find the subnet mask for
Describe in detail how auto-summarization works in: RIPv1, RIPv2, EIGRP, and OSPF.
RIPv1 In RIPv1, updates between classful networks are automatically summarized
across major network boundaries. RIP can sends out an update fo
SEMESTER 1 Chapter 8 Physical Layer V 4.0 8.1.1 What does the physical layer provide?
provides the means to transport across the network media the bits that make up a Data Link layer frame What are the four elements The physical media and associ
SEMESTER 1 Chapter 7
Data Link Layer
What are the 2 basic
services the Data Link layer
List and define the 4
specific terms associated
with the Data Link layer?
What happens the frame as
moves from source to
CCNA Exploration Semester 1
did Ethernet evolve
What are the purposes of the field of the
How are the physical and data link features
How are Ethernet hubs and switches different
Common Core Report
A network is when multiple computers, or devices, are connected together to share data.
There are two types of networks: converged and traditional networks. Throughout the history of
technology, networks started to co