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  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth Edition Chapter 1 Solutions Chapter 1 Solutions Review Questions 1. Which of the following best describes the resentation la!er a. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applications b. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data fro# the Application la!er for network trans#issionc. %andles routing infor#ation for data packetsd. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of datae. %andles link control and uses the 'AC address on the network interface card (N)C*+. Which of the following best describes the Network la!er a. %andles routing infor#ation for data packets b. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of datac. %andles link control and uses the 'AC address on the N)Cd. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applicationse. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data fro# the Application la!er for network trans#ission. Which of the following best describes the Session la!er a. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data fro# the Application la!er for network trans#ission b. %andles routing infor#ation for data packetsc. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of datad. %andles link control and uses the 'AC address on the N)Ce. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applications-. Which of the following best describes the $ransport la!er a. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of data b. %andles link control and uses the 'AC address on the N)Cc. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applicationsd. Seg#ents and reasse#bles data and pro&ides either connectionoriented or connectionless co##unicationse. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data fro# the Application la!er for network trans#ission/. Which of the following best describes the 0ata ink la!er a. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of data b. %andles link control and uses the 'AC address on the N)Cc. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applicationsd. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data fro# the Application la!er for network trans#issione. %andles routing infor#ation for data packets2. Which of the following best describes the h!sical la!er a. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applications b. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data fro# the Application la!er for network trans#issionc. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of datad. %andles link control and uses the 'AC address on the N)Ce. ro&ides network ser&ices to the user 3. Which of the following best describes the Application la!er a. Establishes, #aintains, and #anages sessions between applications b. $ranslates, encr!pts, or prepares data for network trans#ission1  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth Edition Chapter 1 Solutions c. ro&ides network ser&ices to the user d. %andles routing infor#ation for data packetse. ro&ides the electrical and #echanical trans#ission of data4. Which of the following accuratel! describe the 'edia Access Control ('AC* address (Choose all that appl!.*a. )t is a ph!sical nu#ber set during the #anufacturing process. b. $his address is a la!er in a network seg#ent.c. 'AC addresses contain 1+ he5adeci#al nu#bers.d. Co#puters use this address to uni6uel! identif! the#sel&es on the network.e. An ) address is one e5a#ple of this t!pe of address.7. Which of the following accuratel! describe the network address (Choose all that appl!.*a. )t is a ph!sical nu#ber set during the #anufacturing process. b. $his address is used when routing co##unications between different network seg#ents.c. $he 0ata ink la!er uses this address.d. $his address is set at la!er  of the 8S) #odel.e. An e5a#ple of this t!pe of address is an ) address.19. Connectionoriented ser&ices are also known as :::::::::: ser&ices.a. reliable b. unreliablec. datagra#11. Connectionless ser&ices are also called :::::::::: ser&ices.a. reliable b. acknowledg#entc. unreliable1+. Which of the following describe ser&ices that recei&e an acknowledg#ent fro# the destination (Choose all that appl!.*a. 0atagra# b. ;eliablec. Connectionorientedd. Connectionlesse. <nreliable1. lace the following steps of data encapsulation in their correct descending order=a. Fra#e headers and trailers added b. Seg#ent header addedc. >it trans#issiond. acket creation and network header e. 0ata con&ersion$he correct order is e, b, d, a, c.1-. Which of the following correctl! defines a WAN a. A network contained within a single geographic location and usuall! connected b! a  pri&atel! #aintained #ediu# b. A network spread o&er #ultiple geographic areas and usuall! connected b! publicl! and  pri&atel! #aintained #edia+  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth Edition Chapter 1 Solutions c. A network spread o&er a single #etropolitan area1/. Which of the following best describes a AN a. A network that is contained in a single geographic area such as a building or floor in a  building b. A count!wide network that spans #ultiple geographic locationsc. A large network that is connected b! both publicl! and pri&atel! #aintained cabling spread o&er #ultiple geographic regions12. Which of the following reasons for pro&iding a la!ered 8S) architecture are correct (Choose all that appl!.*a. $o pro&ide design #odularit!, which allows upgrades to a specific la!er to re#ain separate fro# the other la!ers b. $o si#plif! the networking #odel b! di&iding it into 1- la!ers and 1+ subla!ersc. $o discourage interoperabilit! between disparate networking #odelsd. $o enable progra##ers to speciali?e in a particular la!er e. $o allow for standardi?ed interfaces fro# networking &endors13. 8n a network, co#puters #ust use a co##on ::::::::::: in order for co##unication to occur.a. protocol b. operating s!ste#c. #anufacturer d. hardware platfor#14. >efore networks, what did people use to transfer files a. Sneakernet b. rotocolsc. )nterface cardsd. Ethernet17. A protocol is to a co#puter as a(n* ::::::::::: is to a person.a. identit! b. personalit!c. languaged. personal philosoph!+9. Which of the following are network hardware (Choose all that appl!.*a. N)C b. N8Sc. Cd. Network #ediae. Connectors+1. Which of the following are network software (Choose all that appl!.*a. Co#ponents that #ap to the Application la!er of the 8S) #odel b. N)Cc. N8Sd. 'edia connectors  CCNA Guide to Cisco Networking, Fourth Edition Chapter 1 Solutions ++. All networking &endors follow the 8S) #odel and design se&enla!er architectures. $rue or False +. Co##unications on a network srcinate at the :::::::::::::.a. destination b. breaker c. peak d. source+-. $rans#itted signals are bound for a ::::::::::::: co#puter.a. destination b. breaker c. peak d. source+/. )nfor#ation trans#itted on a network is called a(n* :::::::::::::.a. package b. e5presser c. data destinationd. data fra#ee. Epack +2. Which of the following are la!ers of the 8S) #odel (Choose all that appl!.*a. 8S) b. h!sicalc. )EEEd. 0ata ink +3. Which la!er of the 8S) #odel is responsible for #edia access and packaging data into fra#es a. Network la!er  b. h!sical la!er c. 0ata ink la!er d. $ransport la!er +4. At which la!er of the 8S) #odel will encr!ption and co#pression occur a. resentation la!er  b. Session la!er c. Application la!er d. Network la!er +7. Which of the following lists the la!ers of the 8S) #odel fro# la!er 3 to la!er 1 a. Application, Session, $ransport, Network, resentation, 0ata ink, h!sical b. h!sical, 0ata ink, Network, $ransport, Session, resentation, Applicationc. Application, resentation, Session, $ransport, Network, 0ata ink, h!sicald. resentation, Application, Session, Network, $ransport, 0ata ink, h!sical9. $he :::::::::: la!er is responsible for finding the best path to route packets within an internetwork.a. $ransport b. Network -
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