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    • what are the three Integral Requirements for a Network
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  1. what does TCP/IP stand for
    Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol
  2. what is application protocol going to send
    • file transfer
    • e-mail
    • world wide web
  3. who is communication protocol going to send to
    • TCP/IP
    • IPX/SPX
    • apple talk
  4. how is media access control protocols going to send
    • ethernet
    • fiber distributed data interface
    • token ring
    • system network architecture
  5. what does FDDI stand for
    fiber distributed data interface
  6. what does SNA stand for
    system network architecture
  7. what does IPE/SPE stand for
    Internet Packet Exchange/Sequenced Packet Exchange
  8. What are the two primary forms of network architecture
    • peer-to-peer
    • client/server
  9. Which architecture is used by the Marine Corps?
    client/server architecture
  10. What are the three categories of networking protocols?
    • applications protocols
    • communication protocols
    • media access control protocols
  11. The United States Marine Corps uses applications protocols that run on _____________ over ______________ networks.
    • TCP/IP,
    • ethernet
  12. What are the six primary network topologies?
    • bus
    • ring
    • star
    • mesh
    • tree
    • hierarchical star
  13. Which network topology is used by the Marine Corps?
    hierarchical star
  14. The ALTIS course of instruction regarding networking will focus on
    will be put on the installation, configuration, and maintenance of the local area network infrastructure found on Marine Corps Air Stations.
  15. ___ architecture on a _____ based ____network in a _____ topology using _____and ____ cables
    • client/server
    • TCP/IP
    • ethernet
    • hierarchical star
    • unshielded twisted pair (UTP)
    • fiber optic
  16. What does OSI stand for?
    international organization for standardization
  17. What are the layers of the OSI Reference Model from top down?
    • application
    • presentation
    • session
    • transport
    • network
    • data link
    • physical
  18. What layers are considered the Application Layers?
    • application
    • presentation
    • sessions
  19. What layers are considered the Data Flow Layers?
    • transport
    • network
    • data link
    • physical
  20. what is the application
    acts as the end user's interface to the network
  21. what is the presentation
    works like a translator and provides data compression and encryption
  22. what is the session
    provides application to application connectivity
  23. what is the transport
    responsible for providing host to host connectivity
  24. what is the network
    uses logical addresses to uniquely identify each device on a LAN, intranet, and on the internet
  25. what is the data link
    responsible for the physical addressing of a network device
  26. what is the physical
    responsible for electrical, mechanical, and functional specification
  27. What are the two sublayers for the Data Link Layer?
    • logical link control
    • media access control (MAC)
  28. What does MTU stand for?
    maximum transmission unit
  29. What are the PDUs located at the Transport Layer called?
  30. What are the PDUs located at the Network Layer called?
  31. What are the PDUs located at the Data Link Layer called?
  32. In what form does the Physical Layer transmit data?
  33. What does the acronym API stand for?
    application programming interfaces
  34. What does the term “heterogeneous” mean?
  35. What is the definition of a session?
    is the communication between applications residing on different hosts
  36. what does OSI stand for
    Open Systems Interconnection
  37. What is the difference between reliable and unreliable services at the Transport Layer?
    reliable goes to transport layer and unreliable goes to application itself
  38. What is fragmentation?
    is the process of dividing up the data received from the transport layer into a size that is supported for transmission on various physical network media
  39. What are five devices that reside at the Physical Layer?
    • cabling
    • connectors
    • network interface cards
    • repeaters
    • hubs
  40. What are two devices that reside at the Data Link Layer?
    bridges and switches
  41. what device resides at the network layer
  42. what is another way to say transmission
  43. what is another way to say reception
  44. what does application do
    selects that data to be sent
  45. what does the presentation do
    it prepares the data
  46. what does session do
    establish the communication mode and control the dialog. (half duplex full duplex)
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2014-05-01 00:39:38

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