Introduction to Networking Sample Quiz

Chapters 1 to 4 Quiz

1. The three essential elements of networking are:

a.
information, data, and a pathway.
b.
data, a pathway, and protocols
c.
something to share, a protocol, and data
d.
d. information, rules, and a protocol

2. Which of the following is correct in order of increasing size or distance:

a.
MAN, LAN, WAN
b.
LAN, MAN, WAN
c.
LAN, WAN, MAN
d.
MAN, WAN, LAN
e. None of the above

3. List the seven layers of the OSI Reference Model, in order from the bottom to the top.

 

 

4. State one important function typical of each layer, again, from the bottom up.

 

 

5. Give at least one reason why the OSI Model was developed.

 

 

 

6. In the OSI Model, a given layer does which of the following:

a.
Communicates with its peer and provides services to the layer below.
b.
Communicates with the layer below and provides services to the layer above.
c.
Communicates with its peer and provides services to the layer above.
d. Communicates with the layer above and provides services to the layer below.

7. What are typical connection attributes for the Network Layer?

a.
Connection-oriented and reliable
b.
Connectionless and nonreliable
c.
Connectionless and acknowledged
d. Connection-oriented and nonreliable

8. What are typical connection attributes for older WAN Data Link Layer protocols?

a.
Connection-oriented and reliable
b.
Connectionless and nonreliable
c.
Connectionless and acknowledged
d. Connection-oriented and nonreliable

9.What are typical connection attributes for the Transport Layer?

a.
Connection-oriented and reliable
b.
Connectionless and nonreliable
c.
Connectionless and acknowledged
d. Connection-oriented and nonreliable

10. What are typical connection attributes for the LAN Data Link Layer protocols?

a.
Connection-oriented and reliable
b.
Connectionless and nonreliable
c.
Connectionless and acknowledged
d. Connection-oriented and nonreliable

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