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Submitted by Turner, Jonathon (jonathon.turner29) on 2/4/2014 11:39:42 AM Points Awarded | 72.00 | Points Missed | 28.00 | Percentage | 72.0% |

1.
What class of IP address is the following?172.20.30.60
A) B
B) C
C) A Points Earned: | 2.0/2.0 | | Correct Answer(s): | A |

2.
What cable would you use to connect a PC to Console port?
A) straight through
B) coax
C) rollover
D) crossover Points Earned: | 2.0/2.0 | | Correct Answer(s): | C |

3.
A(n) ____ address is a 48-bit address represented as a 12-digit hexadecimal number given to each network card during production.
A) LLC
B) RPC
C) MAC
D) CRC Points Earned: | 2.0/2.0 | | Correct Answer(s): | C |

4.
What port number is used for POP3 by default?
A) 143
B) 25
C) 161
D) 110 Points Earned: | 2.0/2.0 | | Correct Answer(s): | D |

5.
A network technician is planning to use the 255.255.255.224 subnet mask on the network. Which three valid ip addresses can the technician use for the hosts? (Choose three.)
A) 10.17.64.34
B) 172.22.243.127
C) 172.22.243.191
D) 192.168.1.160
E) 10.16.33.98
F) 172.22.243.190 Points Earned: | 0.0/2.0 | | Correct Answer(s): | F, A, E |

6.
Refer to the exhibit. A network engineer is troubleshooting an internet connectivity problem on the computer. What is causing the problem?

A) incorrect subnet mask
B) wrong DNS server
C) wrong default gateway
D) incorrect ip address Points Earned: | 0.0/2.0 | | Correct Answer(s): | D |

7.
You are working in a data center environment and are assigned the address range 10.188.31.0/23. You are asked to develop an IP addressing plan to allow the maximum number of subnets with as many as 30 hosts each. Which IP address range meets these requirements?
A) 10.188.31.0/28
B) 10.188.31.0/26
C)…...

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