A WLAN covers a large geographical area and is made up of many smaller networks.
Phone cords are a type of twisted-pair cable and use an RJ-45 connector.
10Base5 cabling runs at speeds up to 1 Gbps and distances to 500 meters.
A punchdown tool is used to wire twisted-pair cabling to a keystone jack.
Switches are slowly being replaced by hubs, which are newer technology.
What network type covers a large campus or city?
Which physical topology uses a centralized device to manage traffic on the network?
Which of the following is true about cable Internet?
you share the cable infrastructure with your neighbors
What does a 1000BaseT NIC use to connect to a network cable?
What is the unit of information called when a network adapter adds the source and destination MAC address to the segment of data before it is transmitted on the network?
What type of network device keeps a table of the MAC addresses of the devices connected to it?
What type of device do you need if you want to connect two network segments together such as a wireless network and a wired network?
What cable system utilizes a fiber-optic cable?
If you’re looking to install Gigabit Ethernet, what cabling system would you use?
Which statement regarding 10-Gigabit Ethernet is accurate?
it is a good choice for backbone networks
Under what circumstance might you use an Ethernet loopback plug?
to test a network cable
In order to terminate multiple network cables that converge in one location such as an electrical closet or server room, what should you use?
What statement regarding crossover cables is accurate?
it can be used to connect two PCs together
Why are there twists in the wires that are used for network cabling?
the twists reduce crosstalk
What command will display a list of active and inactive network interfaces on Unix, Linux, and Mac OS X?
If you are experiencing issues reaching a target destination network, and you need to to display each hop to the destination, what command should you use?
What command manages user accounts on the local system in Windows?
What version of Ethernet utilizes a fiber-optic cable and has a transmission speed of 100 Mbps?
What statement regarding satellite connections is accurate?
It requires line of sight connectivity
What DSL technology provides equal bandwidth in both directions?
What two standards have been established for wiring twisted-pair cabling and RJ-45 connectors?
What two terms describe the type of network cable that is used for connecting a computer to a switch or other network device?
In the T568B wiring scheme, what two color pairs are used for transmit and receive on a 100BaseT network?
What two commands are used to display TCP/IP configuration on Windows and Unix / Linux / Mac OS X operating systems, respectively?
What two different types of coaxial cable have been used for cable TV?
delays in network transmission
a networking technology that carries more than one type of signal
a device that helps to eliminate electromagnetic interference (EMI)
the average of the actual speed of a network
a device that keeps a table of MAC addresses to port mappings
used to connect a computer to a switch or other network device
uses a covering or shield around wire pairs
a device that amplifies and retransmits a signal to a wider coverage area
uses ordinary copper phone lines and a range of frequencies on the copper wire to provide Internet
operates at 100 Mbps and uses STP or UTP cabling, rated CAT-5 or higher