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2. What are the two primary reasons why you should use unregistered IP addresses for Internet client computers
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To conserve the public IP address space and to protect the private network from unauthorized access by Internet predators.
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3. Which of the following best describes the function of a subnet mask a. A subnet mask indicates whether an IP address is registered or unregistered. b. A subnet mask specifies the sizes of the network and host identifiers in an IP address. c. A subnet mask is a value assigned by the IANA to uniquely identify a specific network on the Internet. d. A subnet mask enables an IP address to be visible from the Internet.
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Lesson 2 Practice Exercise 1: Internetwork Design with a Single Broadcast Domain and Multiple Collision Domains
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In the following diagram, add the components needed to connect the LANs to an internetwork that consists of a single broadcast domain and several collision domains.
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Workgroup Switch
Backbone Switch
Workgroup Switch
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Planning a TCP/IP Network Infrastructure
Exercise 2: Internetwork Design with Multiple Broadcast and Collision Domains
In the following diagram, add the components needed to connect the LANs in an internetwork that consists of five broadcast domains and five collision domains.
Router
Router
Backbone Hub Router Router
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Lesson 2 Review
1. Replacing the hubs and routers on an internetwork with switches creates a network that has which of the following a. One broadcast domain and one collision domain b. One broadcast domain and multiple collision domains c. One collision domain and multiple broadcast domains d. Several collision domains and several broadcast domains
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2. Specify the OSI reference model layer at which each of the following devices operates. a. A switch b. A router c. A hub
a. Data-link, b. Network, c. Physical
3. Which of the following Windows Server 2003 TCP/IP configuration parameters specifies the address of a router a. Preferred DNS server b. Subnet mask c. Default gateway d. IP address
4. When you replace the routers on an internetwork with switches that include no VLAN or layer 3 capabilities, which of the following is a possible reason for poor network performance a. Excessive collisions b. Excessive broadcast traffic c. Excessive number of workstations on the LAN d. Excessive number of collision domains
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Lesson 3 Practice
For each of the following IP address assignments, specify the number of bits in the subnet identifier, the number of possible IP addresses in each subnet, the subnet mask for the IP addresses, and the IP address ranges for the first and last subnet. 10.0.0.0/19 1. Number of bits in subnet identifier: 11 2. Number of possible IP addresses in each subnet: 8,190 3. Subnet mask: 255.255.224.0 4. First subnet: 10.0.32.1 to 10.0.63.254 5. Last subnet: 10.255.224.1 to 10.255.255.254
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192.168.214.0/29
1. Number of bits in subnet identifier: 5
2. Number of possible IP addresses in each subnet: 6
3. Subnet mask: 255.255.255.248
4. First subnet: 192.168.214.9 to 192.168.214.14
5. Last subnet: 192.168.214.249 to 10.255.214.254
172.28.0.0/20
1. Number of bits in subnet identifier: 4
2. Number of possible IP addresses in each subnet: 4,094
3. Subnet mask: 255.255.240.0
4. First subnet: 172.28.16.1 to 192.168.31.254
5. Last subnet: 172.28.240.1 to 172.28.255.254
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Lesson 3 Review
1. Which of the following is the correct formula for calculating the number of sub-
nets or hosts you can create with a given number of bits represented by x
a. x2+2
b. 2x+2
c. 2x 2
d. x2 2
2. What is the correct subnet mask to use on a Class B network with a 10-bit subnet
identifier
a. 255.192.255.255
b. 255.255.255.192
c. 255.255.192.0
d. 255.192.0.0
3. How many hosts can you create on a subnet with 9 bits available for the host
identifier
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4. In the IP address assignment 10.54.113.0/24, what does the number 24 represent a. The number of bits in the subnet identifier b. The number of bits in the host identifier c. The number of bits in the combined subnet and host identifiers d. The number of bits in the combined network and subnet identifiers
5. Which IP address class provides the largest number of hosts per subnet
Class A
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Lesson 4 Review
1. Which type of DHCP address allocation would you typically use for an Internet Web server Why
Manual allocation because the Web server must be permanently assigned a specific IP address.
2. What configuration tasks must you perform on a newly installed Windows XP workstation to activate the DHCP client
None. The DHCP client on a Windows computer is activated by default.
3. What is the function of a DHCP relay agent
A DHCP relay agent enables DHCP clients to obtain IP address assignments from DHCP servers located on other networks by relaying the clients broadcast transmissions to specific server addresses.
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