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Question 13pts The three way TCP handshake between sender and receiver

requires a SYN packet from the sender to be answered by a SYN, ACK packet from the recipeint which is followed by an ACK packet from the sender before data starts to flow
requires the receiver to send a SYN, ACK packet, followed by the sender's FIN packet and the receiver's STArt packet before data can flow
requires three devices: the sender, receiver and the router to all exchange messages before data can flow
requires three packets from the sender to be answered by three ACKnowledgements from the receiver before data can be sent


Flag this QuestionQuestion 23pts The OSPF routing protocol

is a distance-vector protocol
is a exterior gateway protocol
is a link-state protocol
is a wireless network protocol


Flag this QuestionQuestion 33pts Content provider networks (Google, Microsoft, Netflix, Akamai, etc.)

are centrally located at the core of the Internet to save bandwidth, regardless of the cost
are connected to their local/regional ISP or local access ISP
are often connected to several Tier 1 ISPs as well as to large access ISPs to save on costs and bandwidth
are only allowed to connect to one tier 1 ISP at a time


Flag this QuestionQuestion 43pts TCP Congestion control

is based on the KLEENEX protocol, allowing routers to dicharge their congested packets
is managed by the receiver notifying the sender how much buffer space is available
is managed by the sender backing down transmission rate if packets are not ACKnowledged, assuming that the network has failed to deliver them due to congestion
is managed by the sender telling the receiver how much buffer space to allocate


Flag this QuestionQuestion 53pts The Internet protocol stack

includes application, transport, network, link and physical
Includes Ethernet, wireless, fiber and twisted pair
includes users, servers, nodes, workstations and data links
includes FTP, SMTP, HTTP, TCP, UDP, DNS AND IP


Flag this QuestionQuestion 63pts Network layer addressing

is assigned by the network administrator
uses addresses assigned by network card manufacturers
uses port numbers defined by standard protocols
uses port numbers that are randomly selected during the connection process


Flag this QuestionQuestion 73pts The transport layer protocol TCP

provides congestion control by the receiver telling the server how much buffer space it has left
provides flow control by throttling the sender if the network is overloaded
provides for dedicated bandwidth and secure communication
provides reliable transport between the sender and receiver processes


Flag this QuestionQuestion 83pts In the DHCP protocol

Four messages are sent: Discover, Offer, Request and ACKnoweldgement
One message is sent from the router to the client, as soon as it joins the network
Three messages are sent, the SYN, the SYN,ACK and the ACK
Two messages are sent - the DHCP request and the DHCP answer


Flag this QuestionQuestion 93pts Ideally, a server

is a host that is always on and accepts requests from clients
is a host that is only on when it is being used by an end-user
is dynamically assigned an IP address so it can always get one wherever it is
should be located outside of the data center for security reasons


Flag this QuestionQuestion 103pts The TCP ACKnowledgement number

is based on the number of bits sent
is based on the number of bytes sent
is based on the number of packets sent
is derived from the number of SYN packets that have been sent


Flag this QuestionQuestion 113pts A routing algorithim

runs each time a packet arrives at a router, and determines the best path for the packet to take
runs each time a packet arrives at a router, creating a table of routers for the packet to take through the network
runs each time the network configuration changes, and creates a forwarding table that can be used to make forwarding decisions
Runs once when the network is designed, defining how all packets will traverse the network


Flag this QuestionQuestion 123pts Bandwidth

is a measurement of how wide the packet has to be to transmit the data
is the measurement of the circumference of the musician's waistline
is the measurement of throughput of a data link, generally represented in bits per second
is the measurment of how wide the physical cable is


Flag this QuestionQuestion 133pts In the ARP protocol

only the router sends the broadcast looking for other network nodes. All other nodes send ARP requests to the router to update their ARP tables
only the switch sends the broadcast looking for other nodes. All other nodes send ARP requests to the switch to update their ARP tables
the ARP response is sent back in a broadcast frame so that all other nodes can update their ARP tables
the host sends an ethernet broadcast frame asking which layer 2 network device is configured with a specific layer 3 address


Flag this QuestionQuestion 143pts Regarding routing and forwarding

forwarding is the process of determining the path that data will take and builds the forwarding table; routing uses the forwarding table to send the packet to the next hop in the network
forwarding is the process of determining the path that data will take and builds the routing table; routing uses the routing table to send the packet to the next hop in the network
routing is the process of determining the path that data will take and builds the routing algorithm; forwarding uses the forwarding table to send the packet to the next hop in the network
routing is the process of determining the path that data will take and builds the routing table; forwarding uses the routing table to send the packet to the next hop in the network


Flag this QuestionQuestion 153pts A network layer address

is 32 bits long in IPv4
is 48 bits long in Ethernet
is 97 bits long in IPv6
is often represented as four numbers between 256 and 1024, separated by dots "."


Flag this QuestionQuestion 163pts In regards to media

guided media needs to be controlled by a controller; unguided media controls itself
guided media propagates signal in a solid media like copper, fiber and coax; unguided media uses radio signals to propogate signals
unguided media propagates signal in a solid media like copper, fiber and coax; guided media uses radio signals to propogate signals
wireless networks need to use guided media to define where signals are sent and receivied; wired networks don't need this help, so they use unguided media


Flag this QuestionQuestion 173pts The core of the network includes:

hosts, end systems, workstations, servers, smart phones, tablets
HTML, web pages, electronic mail and network protocols
routers, switches and internetworking devices
Users, people or the outside environment


Flag this QuestionQuestion 183pts When sending voice or video packet data

the TCP protocol is used because it does not provide flow control and re-transmission that would negatively impact the audio and video streams
the TCP protocol is used because it offers flow control and re-transmission
the UDP protocol is used because it does not provide flow control and re-transmission that would negatively impact the audio and video streams
the UDP protocol is used because it offers flow control an re-transmission


Flag this QuestionQuestion 193pts This protocol is used to transfer web pages

FTP - File Transfer Protocol
HTML - HyperText Markup Language
HTTP - HyperText Transfer Protocol
WPTP - Web Page Transfer Protocol


Flag this QuestionQuestion 203pts This protocol is used to transport electonic mail messages between mail servers

IMAP - Internet Message Application Protocol
IMSP - Internet Mail Server Protocol
POP3 - Post Office Protocol, version 3
SMTP - Simple Mail Transport Protocol


Flag this QuestionQuestion 213pts This application layer protocol allows for nodes to look up the IP addresses of a given host name

ARP - Address Resolution Protocol
DNS - Domain Name Service
HLP - Host Lookup Protocol
IPLP - IP Address Lookup Protocol


Flag this QuestionQuestion 223pts The link layer address

Is a 128 bit address in IPv6
Is a 32 bit address in IPv4
is a 48 bit address in Ethernet
Is assigned by the network administrator


Flag this QuestionQuestion 233pts The SSL Protocol

Adds bandwidth management to TCP and UDP to provide for smooth video and audio transmission
Adds security to the Ethernet by adding encyrption
Adds security to the TCP protocol by adding encryption
Adds security to the UDP protocol by adding encyrption


Flag this QuestionQuestion 243pts UDP is a connectionless protocol, this means

UDP data packets don't have destination IP addresses
UDP packets are sent to the recipient without prior negotiation or handshaking
UDP packets can be read by any node in the network
UDP packets have to be requested, otherwise they are discarded


Flag this QuestionQuestion 253pts The edge of the network includes:

data links, circuits, DSL, Cable modems and Ethernet
hosts, end systems, workstations, servers, smart phones, tablets
routers, switches and internetworking devices
Users, people or the outside environment


Flag this QuestionQuestion 2625pts In a short paragraph, explain the transmission of data from a client and a server. Explain the content (in general) of each message and the direction (from client to server or server to client).Assume that the client initiates the communication session. Include the exchange of messages in a TCP 3-way handshake.Assume that the client knows the IP address of the server already. Assume that the entire "data" to be transmitted from the client to the server is simply the message "hello" and will fit in one TCP packet.Assume that once the client sends the message successfully, that it tears down the connection and isn't going to leave it open.

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