Q4 CCNA Pop Quiz

Created by Jay Banks

Connection-oriented vs. Connectionless Protocols
 

1. Frame Relay is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
2. X.25 is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
3. UDP is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
4. IP is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
5. SPX is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
6. SNMP is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
7. TCP is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
8. IPX is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
9. FTP is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:
10. DNS is: Connection-oriented Connectionless     Answer:

Routing Protocol Types

1. RIP is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:
2. IS-IS is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:
3. IPX RIP is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:
4. NLSP is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:
5. IGRP is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:
6. OSPF is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:
7. EIGRP is: Distance Vector Link State Hybrid     Answer:

Routing vs. Routed Protocols

1. Appletalk is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
2. BGP is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
3. RIP is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
4. IP is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
5. IGRP is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
6. IPX is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
7. OSPF is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
8. DECnet is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
9. OSI is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:
10. RPC is: Routed Protocol Routing Protocol     Answer:

Protocols by OSI Layer

1. ZIP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
2. RARP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
3. RPC is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
4. BGP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
5. NBP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
6. ICMP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
7. SCP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
8. ARP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
9. IP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
10. RIP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
11. SQL is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
12. SPX is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
13. TCP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
14. OSPF is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
15. IPX is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
16. UDP is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
17. NFS is: Network Transport Session     Answer:
18. Net BEUI is: Network Transport Session     Answer:

Numbers You Must Know

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1. An IPX address is bits long. It contains bits, or less, in  the network portion of the address and bits in its host portion.

 

2. A TCP/IP address is bits in length.

 

3. An AppleTalk address is bits long. It contains bits, or less, in the network portion of the address and bits, or less, in its host portion.

 

4. In an IGRP network, the maximum limit for an autonomous system number is

 

5. A MAC address is bits long. (Note: the first half of the address contains the manufacturer's ID number. The second half of the address contains the device's unique ID number).

 

6. The maximum hop count for RIP is . The maximum hop count for IGRP is but its default hop count is .

 

7. For the following network types, what is the maximum segment length?

10BaseT(X)  Meters
10Base2        Meters
10Base5        Meters
1000BaseT     Meters
1000BaseCX Meters

 

8. For the following cable types, what is the maximum speed in Mbps?

CAT-3          Mbps
CAT-4          Mbps
CAT-5          Mbps

9. The default administrative distance for the following protocols is?

RIP         
OSPF     
IS-IS      
IGRP      
iBGP      
EGP        .

10. The well-known port numbers for the following are?

HTTP     
TFTP     
SMTP    
Telnet     
DNS      

 


Answers to fill in the blanks questions:

1. An IPX address is 80 bits long. It contains 32 bits, or less, in  the network portion of the address and 48 bits in its host portion (hint, the host portion is the MAC address).

 

2. A TCP/IP address is 32 bits in length.

 

3. An AppleTalk address is 24 bits long. It contains 16 bits, or less, in the network portion of the address and 8 bits, or less, in its host portion.

 

4. In an IGRP network, the maximum limit for an autonomous system number is 65534.

 

5. A MAC address is 48 bits long. (Note: the first half of the address contains the manufacturer's ID number. The second half of the address contains the device's unique ID number).

 

6. The maximum hop count for RIP is 15. The maximum hop count for IGRP is 255 but its default hop count is 100.

 

7. For the following network types, what is the maximum segment length?

10BaseT(X)  100 Meters
10Base2        185 Meters
10Base5        500 Meters
1000BaseT   100   Meters
1000BaseCX 25 Meters

 

8. For the following cable types, what is the maximum speed in Mbps?

CAT-3          10 Mbps
CAT-4          16 Mbps
CAT-5          100 Mbps

9. The default administrative distance for the following protocols is?

RIP          120
OSPF      110
IS-IS       115
IGRP       100
iBGP        200
EGP         140

10. The well-known port numbers for the following are?

HTTP      80
TFTP      69
SMTP     25
Telnet      23
DNS       53

 

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