• a group of PCs connected together on a LAN
• a group of PCs connected together by an ISP
• a network of networks that connects countries around the world
• a worldwide collection of networks controlled by a single organization
2. What type of connection point is a point of presence (POP)?
• between a client and a host
• between two local networks
• between a computer and a switch
• between an ISP and a home-based LAN
3. What is the term for the group of high-speed data links that interconnect ISPs?
• Internet LAN
• ISP backbone
• Internet gateways
• Internet providers
• Internet backbone
4. Which device can act as a router, switch, and wireless access point in one package?
5. What are three characteristics of business class ISP service? (Choose three.)
• fast connections
• extra web space
• free Windows upgrade
• cheapest cost available to all users
• additional e-mail accounts
• replacement hardware at no cost
6. What is a major characteristic of asymmetric Internet service?
• Download speeds and upload speeds are equal.
• Download speeds are slower than upload speeds.
• Upload speeds and download speeds are different.
• Upload speeds and download speeds are irrelevant.
7. Which three elements are required to successfully connect to the Internet? (Choose three.)
• an IP address
• file sharing enabled
• a network connection
• server services enabled
• access to an Internet service provider
• an address obtained directly from the RIR
8. What term describes each router through which a packet travels when moving between source and destination networks?
9. What does the tracert command test?
• NIC functionality
• the ISP bandwidth
• the network path to a destination
• the destination application functionality
10. What type of end-user connectivity requires that an ISP have a DSLAM device in their network?
• analog technology
• cable modem technology
• digital subscriber line technology
• wireless technology
11. Why would an ISP require a CMTS device on their network?
• to connect end users using cable technology
• to connect end users using analog technology
• to connect end users using wireless technology
• to connect end users using digital subscriber line technology
12. Refer to the graphic. What type of cabling is shown?
13. Refer to the graphic. What type of cabling is shown?
14. Which two places are most appropriate to use UTP cabling? (Choose two.)
• between buildings
• in a home office network
• where EMI is an issue
• in a cable TV network
• inside a school building
• in a manufacturing environment with hundreds of electrical devices
15. What does adherence to cabling standards ensure?
• data security
• no loss of signal
• no electromagnetic interference
• reliable data communications
16. Refer to the graphic. What type of cable is shown?
• eight coax channels
• multimode fiber
• single-mode fiber
17. What connector is used to terminate Ethernet unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cabling?
18. Which two characteristics describe copper patch panels? (Choose two.)
• uses RJ-11 jacks
• uses RJ-45 jacks
• supports only data transmissions
• allows quick rearrangements of network connections
• forwards transmissions based on MAC addresses
19. What are two advantages of cable management? (Choose two.)
• requires no preplanning
• aids in isolation of cabling problems
• protects cables from physical damage
• provides compliance with future standards
• provides a short-term solution for cable installation
20. What are two common causes of signal degradation when using UTP cabling? (Choose two.)
• installing cables in conduit
• having improper termination
• losing light over long distances
• installing low quality cable shielding
• using low quality cables or connectors
21. What are three commonly followed standards for constructing and installing cabling? (Choose three.)
• cable lengths
• connector color
• connector types
• cost per meter (foot)
• tensile strength of plastic insulator
Saturday, 27 June 2009
CCNA Discovery 1 Module 4 Exam Answers Version 4.01. Which definition describes the term Internet?