System Test Course ( Version 1.1) - System Test Exam

System Test Course ( Version 1.1) - System Test Exam

It focuses on switching technologies and router operations that support small-to-medium business networks and includes wireless local area networks (WLAN) and security concepts. In addition to learning, key switching and routing concepts, learners will be able to perform basic network configuration and troubleshooting, identify and mitigate LAN security threats, and configure and secure a basic WLAN.

1. What two characteristics describe an FTP connection? (Choose two.)
  • The server establishes the first connection with the client to control traffic that consists of server commands and client replies.
  • A large file requires more than two connections between the client and the server to successfully download it.
  • The first connection established is for traffic control and the second connection is created to transfer a file.
  • Files can be downloaded from or uploaded to the server.
  • The client needs to run a daemon program to establish an FTP connection with a server.
2. Refer to the exhibit. Consider the IP address configuration shown from PC1. What is a description of the default gateway address?

  • It is the IP address of the Router1 interface that connects the PC1 LAN to Router1.
  • It is the IP address of the Router1 interface that connects the company to the Internet.
  • It is the IP address of the ISP network device located in the cloud.
  • It is the IP address of Switch1 that connects PC1 to other devices on the same LAN.
3. In the Simulation mode, capture the packets. What is the application layer service being requested from Server0 by PC0?
Return to the assessment to answer the question.

  • FTP
  • DNS
  • HTTP
  • SMTP
4. Which statement describes the physical topology for a LAN?
  • It defines how hosts and network devices connect to the LAN.
  • It shows the order in which hosts access the network.
  • It depicts the addressing scheme that is employed in the LAN.
  • It describes whether the LAN is a broadcast or token-passing network.
5. Match the term to the value represented.

eight bits

a one or a zero

approximately one billion bytes

approximately one million bytes

approximately one trillion bytes

approximately one thousand bytes