Network Pro Ch 4

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The media access control method of all Ethernet networks is


Which of the following connectors is used with Ethernet 10BaseT networks?


Which of the following use the CSMA/CD access method?(2 answers)

1000BaseT, 10BaseT

A network is connected following the IEEE 802.3 specifications. Which of the following best describes when a device can transmit messages?

The device listens to determine if the transmission media is free.

Which of the following physical topologies are used with Ethernet networks?(2 answers)

Bus, Star

With an Ethernet 10BaseT network, the maximum cable length between a computer and the hub is:

100 meters

Which of the following are requirements of the 1000BaseT Ethernet standards?(3 answers)

CAT 5e cabling RJ-45 connectors The cable length must be less than or equal to 100m

You want to implement an Ethernet network at very long distances using fiber optic cables. Which standard and cable type would you choose?(2 answers)

1000BaseLX Single Mode Fiber

You have been tasked with designing a high-speed Ethernet network. Your client’s building already has 150 ohm shielded twisted pair wiring installed. Due to budget constraints, they have asked you to reuse the existing wiring instead of installing new fiber optic cabling. Which Ethernet standard could you implement in this situation?


Your network follows the 100BaseTx specifications for Fast Ethernet. What is the maximum cable segment length allowed?

100 meters

Which of the following Ethernet standards uses fiber optic cabling?(2 answers)

100BaseFX 1000BaseLX

You have been tasked with designing an Ethernet network. Your client needs to implement a very high-speed network backbone between campus buildings; some of which are around 300 m apart. Fiber-optic cabling has already been installed between buildings. Your client has asked that you use the existing cabling that operates at full-duplex. Which Ethernet standard meets these guidelines?(2 answers)

1000BaseSX, 10GBaseSR

Which Gigabit Ethernet standard uses multimode fiber-optic cabling and supports network segments up to a maximum of 550 m long?


What type of cabling is used with 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet networks?

Type 1A STP or Category 5 UTP

What is the minimum cable specification that supports 1000 Mbps Ethernet?

Cat 5

What topology is used with 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet networks?(2 answers)

Physical star/logical bus, Physical star/logical star

Which Gigabit Ethernet standard can support long network segments up to a maximum of 5 km when used with single mode fiber-optic cable?


Ethernet 100BaseFX networks use what type of cabling?


Your network follows the 100BaseFX specifications for Fast Ethernet, and uses half-duplex, multimode cable. What is the maximum cable segment length allowed?

412 meters

Which of the following standards is used by SONET?


You are planning a network for an educational campus. Due to the size of the buildings and the distance between them, you have elected to use 10BaseFL hubs, cabling, and network interface cards. What is the maximum length for the network cable between a workstation and a hub?

2000 meters

You would like to implement 10 Gbps Ethernet over a distance of 1 km or greater. Which of the following would be the minimum requirement for the implementation?(2 answers)

10GBaseLR standards 10GbaseEr Standards Single mode fiber

You have a router configured to share routing information using RIP. In addition, you have a single static route that identifies a default route for all other networks?

Manually reconfigure the default route to point to the new next hop router.

Which of the following is a characteristic of static routing when compared to dynamic routing?

All routers must be manually updated on the router.

Network needs to support 1000 Mbps over ethernet. What cables must you replace?

cat 3 cat4

Workstation -> Router Config Port. What cable?


Which standard is typically used in a rollover cable?


Workstation -> Switch through regular port (not uplink) and switch doesn’t support auto-mdi.

Straight Through

Which connector is usually on one end of a rollover?


You want to create a rollover cable that has an RJ-45 connector on both ends. How should you connect the wires within the connectors?

Connect pin 1 to pin 8, pin 2 to pin 7, pin 3 to pin 6, and pin 4 to pin 5

You want to connect the LAN port on a router to the uplink port on a switch. The switch does not support auto-MDI. Which type of cable should you use?


You need to transfer data from one laptop to another and would like to use an Ethernet cable. You do not have a hub or a switch. Which type of cable should you use?


You have two switches that you need to connect using their uplink ports. The switches do not support auto-MDI. Which type of cable should you use?


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