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  • Copyright 2005
  • Edition: 2nd
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  • ISBN-10: 0-7897-3352-8
  • ISBN-13: 978-0-7897-3352-8

Attention Network + Candidates: Do your last minute studying with us! Network+ Exam Cram 2 Practice Questions provides you with more than 500 practice test questions for Exam N10-003. We will also provide you with complete answer explanations and the "Cram Sheet" tear card that makes this the perfect complementary study tool to your other books or classes. Make sure that you have the full understanding of the information covered in this exam with Network + Exam Cram 2 Practice Questions.

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Table of Contents

Introduction

1: Media and Topologies

    Domain 1.0: Media and Topologies

      Objective 1.1: Recognize Logical or Physical Topologies, Given a Schematic Diagram or Description

      Objective 1.2: Specify the Main Features of the 802.2 (LLC), 802.3 (Ethernet), 802.5 (Token Ring), 802.11 (Wireless), and FDDI Networking Technologies

      Objective 1.3: Specify the Characteristics (e.g., Speed, Length, Topology, Cable Type, etc.) of the Following Cable Standards: 10BASE-T, 10BASE-FL, 100BASE-TX, 100BASE-FX, 1000BASE-T, 1000BASE-CX, 1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX, 10GBASE-SR, 10GBASE-LR, and 10G

      Objective 1.4: Recognize the Following Media Connectors and Describe Their Uses: RJ-11, RJ-45, F-Type, ST, SC, IEEE-1394, Fiber LC, MT-RJ, and USB

      Objective 1.5: Recognize the Following Media Types and Describe Their Use: Cat 3,5,5e, and 6, UTP, STP, Coax, Single-Mode Fiber, and Multimode Fiber

      Objective 1.6: Identify the Purpose, Features, and Functions of the Following Network Components: Hubs, Switches, Bridges, Routers, Gateways, CSU/DSU, NICs, ISDN, WAPs, Modems, Transceivers, and Firewalls

      Objective 1.7: Specify the General Characteristics (For Example: Speed, Carrier Speed, Frequency, Transmission Type and Topology) of the Following Wireless Technologies: 802.11 (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum), 802.11x (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum)

      Objective 1.8: Identify Factors That Affect the Range and Speed of Wireless Service (For Example: Interference, Antenna Type and Environmental Factors)

    Quick Check Answer Key

      Objective 1.1: Recognize Logical or Physical Topologies, Given a Schematic Diagram or Description

      Objective 1.2: Specify the Main Features of the 802.2 (LLC), 802.3 (Ethernet), 802.5 (Token Ring), 802.11 (Wireless), and FDDI Networking Technologies

      Objective 1.3: Specify the Characteristics (For Example, Speed, Length, Topology, Cable Type, and so on) of the Following Cable Standards: 10BASE-T, 10BASE-FL, 100BASE-TX, 100BASE-FX, 1000BASE-T, 1000BASE-CX, 1000BASE-SX, 1000BASE-LX, 10GBASE-SR, 10GBASE-

      Objective 1.4: Recognize the Following Media Connectors and Describe Their Uses: RJ-11, RJ-45, F-Type, ST, SC, IEEE-1394, Fiber LC, MT-RJ, and USB

      Objective 1.5: Recognize the Following Media Types and Describe Their Use: Cat 3,5,5e, and 6, UTP, STP, Coax, Single-Mode Fiber, and Multimode Fiber

      Objective 1.6: Identify the Purpose, Features, and Functions of the Following Network Components: Hubs, Switches, Bridges, Routers, Gateways, CSU/DSU, NICs, ISDN, WAPs, Modems, Transceivers, and Firewalls

      Objective 1.7: Specify the General Characteristics (For Example: Speed, Carrier Speed, Frequency, Transmission Type and Topology) of the Following Wireless Technologies: 802.11 (Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum), 802.11x (Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum)

      Objective 1.8: Identify Factors That Affect the Range and Speed of Wireless Service (For Example: Interference, Antenna Type, and Environmental Factors)

    Answers and Explanations

      Objective 1.1

      Objective 1.2

      Objective 1.3

      Objective 1.4

      Objective 1.5

      Objective 1.6

      Objective 1.7

      Objective 1.8

2: Protocols and Standards

    Domain 2.0: Protocols and Standards

      Objective 2.1: Given an Example, Identify a Media Access Control (MAC) Address and its Parts

      Objective 2.2: Identify the Seven Layers of the OSI Model and Their Functions

      Objective 2.3: Identify the OSI Layers at Which the Following Network Devices Operate: Hubs, Switches, Bridges, Routers, NICs, and WAPs

      Objective 2.4: Differentiate Between the Network Protocols in Terms of Routing, Addressing Schemes, Interoperability, and Naming Conventions for IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, AppleTalk, and TCP/IP

      Objective 2.5: Identify the Components and Structure of IP Addresses (Ipv4, Ipv6) and Required Settings for Connections Across the Internet

      Objective 2.6: Identify Classful IP Address Ranges and Their Default Subnet Masks

      Objective 2.7: Identify the Purpose of Subnetting

      Objective 2.8: Identify the Differences Between Public vs. Private Network Addressing Schemes

      Objective 2.9: Identify and Differentiate Between the Following IP Addressing Methods: Static, Dynamic, and Self-Assigned (APIPA)

      Objective 2.10: Define the Purpose, Function, and Use of the Following Protocols Within the TCP/IP Suite: TCP, UDP, FTP, SFTP, TFTP, SMTP, HTTP, HTTPS, POP3/IMAP4, Telnet, SSH, ICMP, ARP, NTP, NNTP, SCP, LDAP, IGMP, and LPR

      Objectives 2.11 and 2.12: Define the Function of TCP/UDP Ports and Identify Well-Known Ports Associated with the Following Commonly Used Services and Protocols: FTP, SSH, Telnet, SMTP, DNS, TFTP, HTTP, POP3, NNTP, NTP, IMPA4, and HTTPS

      Objective 2.13: Identify the Purpose of the Following Network Services and Protocols: DHCP/BOOTP, DNS, NAT/ICS, WINS, SNMP, NFS, Zeroconfig, SMB, AFP, LDP, and Samba

      Objective 2.14: Identify the Basic Characteristics (For Example, Speed, Capacity, Media) of the Following WAN Technologies: Packet Switching, Circuit Switching, ISDN, FDDI, T1/E1/J1, T3/E3/J3, OC-x, and X.25

      Objective 2.15: Identify the Basic Characteristics of the Following Internet Access Technologies: xDSL, Broadband Cable, POTS/PSTN, Satellite, and Wireless

      Objective 2.16: Define the Function of the Following Remote Access Protocols and Services: RAS, PPP, SLIP, PPPoE, PPTP, VPN and RDP

      Objective 2.17: Identify the Following Security Protocols and Describe Their Purpose and Function: IPsec, L2TP, SSL, WEP, WPA, and 802.1x

      Objective 2.18: Identify Authentication Protocols (For Example: CHAP, MS-CHAP, PAP, RADIUS, Kerberos, and EAP)

      Objective 2.1: Given an Example, Identify a Media Access Control (MAC) Address

      Objective 2.2: Identify the Seven Layers of the OSI Model and Their Functions

      Objective 2.3: Identify the OSI Layers at Which the Following Network Devices Operate: Hubs, Switches, Bridges, Routers, NICs, and WAPs

      Objective 2.4: Differentiate Between the Network Protocols in Terms of Routing, Addressing Schemes, Interoperability, and Naming Conventions for IPX/SPX, NetBEUI, AppleTalk, and TCP/IP

      Objective 2.5: Identify the Components and Structure of IP Addresses (Ipv4, Ipv6) and Required Settings for Connections Across the Internet

      Objective 2.6: Identify Classful IP Address Ranges and Their Default Subnet Masks

      Objective 2.7: Identify the Purpose of Subnetting

      Objective 2.8: Identify the Differences Between Public Versus Private Network Addressing Schemes

      Objective 2.9: Identify and Differentiate Between the Following IP Addressing Methods: Static, Dynamic, and Self-Assigned (APIPA)

      Objective 2.10: Define the Purpose, Function, and Use of the Following Protocols Within the TCP/IP Suite: TCP, UDP, FTP, SFTP, TFTP, SMTP, HTTP, HTTPS, POP3/IMAP4, Telnet, SSH, ICMP, ARP, NTP, NNTP, SCP, LDAP, IGMP, and LPR

      Objectives 2.11 and 2.12: Define the Function of TCP/UDP Ports and Identify Well-Known Ports Associated with the Following Commonly Used Services and Protocols: FTP, SSH, Telnet, SMTP, DNS, TFTP, HTTP, POP3, NNTP, NTP, IMPA4, and HTTPS

      Objective 2.13: Identify the Purpose of the Following Network Services and Protocols: DHCP/BOOTP, DNS, NAT/ICS, WINS, SNMP, NFS, Zeroconf, SMB, AFP, LDP, and Samba

      Objective 2.14: Identify the Basic Characteristics (For Example, Speed, Capacity, Media) of the Following WAN Technologies: Packet Switching, Circuit Switching, ISDN, FDDI, T1/E1/J1, T3/E3/J3, OC-x, and X.25

      Objective 2.15: Identify the Basic Characteristics of the Following Internet Access Technologies: xDSL, Broadband Cable, POTS/PSTN, Satellite, and Wireless

      Objective 2.16: Define the Function of the Following Remote Access Protocols and Services: RAS, PPP, SLIP, PPPoE, PPTP, VPN and RDP

      Objective 2.17: Identify the Following Security Protocols and Describe Their Purpose and Function: IPsec, L2TP, SSL, WEP, WPA, and 802.1x

      Objective 2.18: Identify Authentication Protocols (For Example: CHAP, MS-CHAP, PAP, RADIUS, Kerberos, and EAP)

    Answers and Explanations

      Objective 2.1

      Objective 2.2

      Objective 2.3

      Objective 2.4

      Objective 2.5

      Objective 2.6

      Objective 2.7

      Objective 2.8

      Objective 2.9

      Objective 2.10

      Objectives 2.11 and 2.12

      Objective 2.13

      Objective 2.14

      Objective 2.15

      Objective 2.16

      Objective 2.17

      Objective 2.18

3: Network Implementation

    Domain 3.0: Network Implementation

      Objective 3.1: Identify the Basic Capabilities (Client Support, Interoperability, Authentication, File and Print Services, Application Support, and Security) of the Following Server Operating Systems: UNIX/Linux, NetWare, Windows, and Appleshare IP (Internet Protocol)

      Objective 3.2: Identify the Basic Capabilities Needed for Client Workstations to Connect to and Use Network Resources (For Example: Media, Network Protocols, and Peer and Server Services)

      Objective 3.3: Identify the Appropriate Tool for a Given Wiring Task (Wire Crimper, Media Tester/Certifier, Punch Down Tool or Tone Generator)

      Objective 3.4: Given a Remote Connectivity Scenario Comprised of a Protocol, an Authentication Scheme, and  Physical Connectivity, Configure the Connection for UNIX/Linux/MAC OS X Server, NetWare, Windows, and Appleshare IP

      Objective 3.5: Identify the Purpose, Benefits, and Characteristics of Using a Firewall

      Objective 3.6: Identify the Purpose, Benefits, and Characteristics of Using a Proxy Server

      Objective 3.7: Given a Connectivity Scenario, Predict the Impact of a Particular Security Implementation on Network Functionality (Blocking Port Numbers, Authentication, Encryption, and so on)

      Objective 3.8: Identify the Main Characteristics of VLANs

      Objective 3.9: Identify the Main Characteristics and Purpose of Extranets and Intranets

      Objective 3.10: Identify the Purpose, Benefits, and Characteristics of Using Antivirus Software

      Objective 3.11: Identify the Purpose and Characteristics of Fault Tolerance

      Objective 3.12: Identify the Purpose and Characteristics of Disaster Recovery

      Objective 3.1: Identify the Basic Capabilities (Client Support, Interoperability, Authentication, File and Print Services, Application Support, and Security) of the Following Server Operating Systems: UNIX/Linux, NetWare, Windows, and Appleshare IP (Internet Protocol)

      Objective 3.2: Identify the Basic Capabilities Needed for Client Workstations to Connect to and Use Network Resources (For Example: Media, Network Protocols and Peer and Server Services)

      Objective 3.3: Identify the Appropriate Tool for a Given Wiring Task (Wire Crimper, Media Tester/Certifier, Punch Down Tool or Tone Generator)

      Objective 3.4: Given a Remote Connectivity Scenario Comprised of a Protocol, an Authentication Scheme, and Physical Connectivity, Configure the Connection for UNIX/Linux/MAC OS X Server, NetWare, Windows, and Appleshare IP

      Objective 3.5: Identify the Purpose, Benefits, and Characteristics of Using a Firewall

      Objective 3.6: Identify the Purpose, Benefits, and Characteristics of Using a Proxy Server

      Objective 3.7: Given a Scenario, Predict the Impact of a Particular Security Implementation on Network Functionality (Blocking Port Numbers, Encryption, and so on)

      Objective 3.8: Identify the Main Characteristics of VLANs

      Objective 3.9: Identify the Main Characteristics and Purpose of Extranets and Intranets

      Objective 3.10: Identify the Purpose, Benefits, and Characteristics of Using Antivirus Software

      Objective 3.11: Identify the Purpose and Characteristics of Fault Tolerance

      Objective 3.12: Identify the Purpose and Characteristics of Disaster Recovery

    Answers and Explanations

      Objective 3.1

      Objective 3.2

      Objective 3.3

      Objective 3.4

      Objective 3.5

      Objective 3.6

      Objective 3.7

      Objective 3.8

      Objective 3.9

      Objective 3.10

      Objective 3.11

      Objective 3.12

4: Network Support

    Practice Questions

      Objective 4.1: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario, Select the Appropriate Network Utility

      Objective 4.2: Given Output from a Diagnostic Utility (Tracert, Ping, Ipconfig, and so on), Identify the Utility and Interpret the Output

      Objective 4.3: Given a Network Scenario, Interpret Visual Indicators (Link Lights, Collision Lights, and so on) to Determine the Nature of the Stated Problem

      Objective 4.4: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario Involving a Client Accessing Remote Network, Identify the Cause of the Problem (File Services, Print Services, Authentication Failure, Protocol Configuration, Physical Connectivity and SOHO Router)

      Objective 4.5: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario Between a Client and the Following Server Environments (UNIX/Linux/MAC OS X, NetWare, Windows, and Appleshare IP), Identify the Cause

      Objective 4.6: Given a Scenario, Determine the Impact of Modifying, Adding, or Removing Network Services (DHCP, DNS, WINS, and so on) on Network Resources and Users

      Objective 4.7: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario Involving a Network with a Particular Physical Topology (Bus, Star, Mesh, or Ring) and Including a Network Diagram, Identify the Network Area Affected and the Cause of the Stated Failure

      Objective 4.8: Given a Network Troubleshooting Scenario Involving an Infrastructure Problem (Wired or Wireless), Identify the Cause of the Problem (Bad Media, Interference, Network Hardware or Environment)

      Objective 4.9: Given a Network Problem Scenario, Select an Appropriate Course of Action Based on a General Logical Troubleshooting Strategy

      Objective 4.1: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario, Select the Appropriate Network Utility

      Objective 4.2: Given Output from a Diagnostic Utility (tracert, ping, ipconfig, and so on), Identify the Utility and Interpret the Output

      Objective 4.3: Given a Network Scenario, Interpret Visual Indicators (Link Lights, Collision Lights) to Determine the Nature of the Stated Problem

      Objective 4.4: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario Involving a Client Accessing Remote Network Services, Identify the Cause of the Problem (File Services, Print Services, Authentication Failure, Protocol Configuration, Physical Connectivity and SOHO Router)

      Objective 4.5: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario Between a Client and the Following Server Environments (UNIX/Linux/MAC OS X, NetWare, Windows, and Appleshare IP), Identify the Cause

      Objective 4.6: Given a Scenario, Determine the Impact of Modifying, Adding, or Removing Network Services (DHCP, DNS, WINS, and so on)

      Objective 4.7: Given a Troubleshooting Scenario Involving a Network with a Particular Physical Topology (Bus, Star, Mesh, or Ring) and Including a Network Diagram, Identify the Network Area Affected and the Cause of the Stated Failure

      Objective 4.8: Given a Network Troubleshooting Scenario Involving an Infrastructure Problem (Wired or Wireless), Identify the Cause of the Problem (Bad Media, Interference, Network Hardware or Environment)

      Objective 4.9: Given a Network Problem Scenario, Select an Appropriate Course of Action Based on a General Logical Troubleshooting Strategy

    Answers and Explanations

      Objective 4.1

      Objective 4.2

      Objective 4.3

      Objective 4.4

      Objective 4.5

      Objective 4.6

      Objective 4.7

      Objective 4.8

      Objective 4.9

Appendix A: CD Contents and Installation Instructions

    Multiple Test Modes

      Study Mode

      Certification Mode

      Custom Mode

      Missed Question Mode

      Non-Duplicate Mode

    Random Questions and Order of Answers

    Detailed Explanations of Correct and Incorrect Answers

    Attention to Exam Objectives

    Installing the CD

      Creating a Shortcut to the MeasureUp Practice Tests

    Technical Support

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