Card Set Information
What does CRC stand for?
Cyclic Redundancy Check
What does CSMA/CD Stand for?
Carrier Sense Multiple Access With Collision Detection
What does NIC stand for?
Network Interface Controller/Card
What does ARP stand for?
Address Resolution Protocol
What Does PPP Stand for?
Point to Point
What Does MSS stand for?
Maximum Segment Size
What does MTU Stand For?
Maximum Transmission Unit (larger of the two)
What Does DHCP Stand for?
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
What does CIDR stand for?
Classless Inter-Domain Routing
What does ICANN Stand for?
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers
What does NAT stand for?
Network Address Translation
What does OSPF Stand for?
Open Shortest Path First
What does RIP stand for?
Routing Information Protocol
What does UDP Stand for?
User Datagram Protocol
What does TCP Stand for?
Transmission Control Protocol
What is the 5 Layer Model
When was the First APANET Node Finished?
What does SMTP Stand for?
Simple Mail Transport Protocol
How Many Bits in a mac address? And how many Hex
The MAC Address used to signify a broadcast is?
MAC address, like IP addresses are considered hierarchical and not portable T/F?
This provides a MAC address for a given IP address
An IPv4 subnet specified with /24 provides how many unique IP addresses inside the subnet.
what does the first R in RTT stand for
Round Trip Time
RTT is best measured in what units
A Socket is an interface between which two layers
Application and Transport
Which accounts for both application data and TCP header information
Which is the fastest switching fabric
The IPv6 Datagram header includes a field to support a variety of header lengths
IPv4 supports IP fragmentation and reassembly
The IPv6 Datagram header provides this many bits for the Source IP address
The IPv4 Datagram header includes a field to indicate the transport-layer protocol
The IPv4 Datagram header includes a field to support a variety of header lengths
The IPv4 Datagram header provides this many bits for the Source IP address
what does ICMP stand for?
Internet Control Message Protocol
Traceroute makes use of ICMP
A router using a link-state routing algorithm may make use of global information about the entire network topology
A Router using a distance-vector routing algorithm makes use of global information about the entire network topology
Which is a routing protocol that uses a distance vector algorithm