DHomesb Chapter 9 – CCNA Discovery: Networking for Home and Small Businesses (Version 4.0)
1. How does remote-access software help in the troubleshooting process?
Remote access uses a live chat feature.
Users have to be present so that they can view LEDs and change cables if necessary.
Diagnostics can be run without a technician being present at the site.
FAQs can be consulted more easily.
Refer to the graphic. The wireless host cannot access the Internet, but the wired host can. What is the problem?
The host WEP key is incorrect.
The host IP address is incorrect.
The host subnet mask is incorrect.
The host default gateway is incorrect.
The integrated router internal IP address is incorrect.
The integrated router Internet IP address is incorrect.
DHomesb Chapter 8 – CCNA Discovery: Networking for Home and Small Businesses (Version 4.0)
1. A flood of packets with invalid source-IP addresses requests a connection on the network. The server busily tries to respond, resulting in valid requests being ignored. What type of attack occurred?
ping of death
2. What environment would be best suited for a two-firewall network design?
a large corporate environment
a home environment with 10 or fewer hosts
a home environment that needs VPN access
a smaller, less congested business environment
DHomesb Chapter 7 – CCNA Discovery: Networking for Home and Small Businesses (Version 4.0)
1. What are two authentication methods that an access point could use? (Choose two.)
2. What term describes the encoding of wireless data to prevent intercepted data from being read by a hacker?
DHomesb Chapter 6 – CCNA Discovery: Networking for Home and Small Businesses (Version 4.0)
1. Which port number is used by SMTP?
2. What three items are contained in an Ethernet header and trailer? (Choose three.)
source IP address
source MAC address
destination IP address
destination MAC address
DHomesb Chapter 5 – CCNA Discovery: Networking for Home and Small Businesses (Version 4.0)
1. How large are IPv4 addresses?
Refer to the graphic. A user at the workstation cannot connect to the server. All cables have been tested and are working and all devices have IP addressing. However, the user cannot ping the server. What is causing the problem?
The router interface does not have a default gateway.
The switch does not have an IP address and default gateway.
The workstation and server are on different logical networks.
The workstation does not know the MAC address of the switch.