Chapter 15

The Internet is a ___: LAN, WAN, Gateway, Bus topology, Ethernet, Internet
WAN
The industry standard for LANS: LAN, WAN, Gateway, Bus topology, Ethernet, Internet
Ethernet
A node that handles communication between its LAN and other networks: LAN, WAN, Gateway, Bus topology, Ethernet, Internet
Gateway
A network that connects other networks: LAN, WAN, Gateway, Bus topology, Ethernet, Internet
WAN
Star topology is a ____ configuration: LAN, WAN, Gateway, Bus topology, Ethernet, Internet
LAN
Ethernet uses ____: LAN, WAN, Gateway, Bus topology, Ethernet, Internet
Bus topology
___ and a voice communication can use the same phone line: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
DSL
DSL and cable modems are ___ connections: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
Broadband
An Internet connection made using a digital signal on regular phone lines: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
DSL
Network technologies that generally provide data transfer speeds greater than 128 Kbps: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
Broadband
The network protocol that breaks messages into packets, reassembles the packets at the destination, and takes care of errors: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
TCP
The suite of protocols and programs that support low-level network communication: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
TCP/IP
An alternative to TCP that achieves higher transmission speeds: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
UDP
Software that deals with the routing of packets: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
IP
____ has more reliability than UDP: DSL, TCP/IP, UDP, IP, TCP, Broadband
Broadband
Transfer of electronic mail: SMTP, FTP, Telnet, HTTP, MIME type
SMTP
Log in to a remote computer system: SMTP, FTP, Telnet, HTTP, MIME type
Telnet
Transfer files to and from another computer: SMTP, FTP, Telnet, HTTP, MIME type
FTP
Format of email attachments: SMTP, FTP, Telnet, HTTP, MIME type
MIME type
Exchange of World Wide Web documents: SMTP, FTP, Telnet, HTTP, MIME type
HTTP