You have a network connected using a physical bus topology. One of the cables connecting a workstation to the bus breaks. Which of the following best describes what happens to network connections?
No devices will be able to communicate
Which off the following tests can be performed by TDR? (Select two)
Identify the location of a fault on a cable
Measure the length of a cable
Measure the length of a cable
You manage a network that uses 1000BaseT Ethernet. You find that one device communicates on the network at only 100 Mbps. Which tool should you use to test the drop cable and the connection to the network?
You are creating an Ethernet network for your company. The shipping department is located in a different building that is located 150 meters from the main wiring closet. You connect a single Cat 6e cable to connect the wiring closet to the shipping building. Which of the following should you include in your plan?
Users report that the Internet is no longer accessible. You suspect that the line connecting your building to the internet is not working properly. Which of the following allows the service provider to remotely test the local loop?
A user from the Sales department calls to report that he is experiencing problems connecting to the Sales file server. All the users in the Sales department connect to the Sales server through a single ethernet switch. No other users have reported problems connecting to the Sales server. Which of the following troubleshooting actions are you most likely to perform first?
Replace the network card in the user’s computer
You are troubleshooting a client connectivity problem on an Ethernet network. The client system has intermittent connectivity to the network. You discover that the UTP patch cable is run 75 feet from the wall outlet, passes through the ceiling and over several fluorescent light fixtures before reaching the client system. Which of the following may be a cause of the connectivity problem?
You are moving a client to a new location within the Ethernet network. Previous to the move, the client system did not have difficulty accessing the network. During the relocation, you attach a patch cable from the wall jack and from the patch panel to the switch. Once connected you do not get a link light on the network card switch. you swap out the cable running between the patch panel and the switch with a known working one but can still not connect. Which of the following migght you suspect as the problem?
Failed patch cable between the client system and the wall jack
You have decided to implement Gigabit Ethernet on your network. Each switch port is connected to a single device. Following the installation, you will find one device connected to a switch that is only running at 100 Mbps.
You are creating an Ethernet network for your company. The shipping department is located in a different building that is located 150 meters from the main wiring closet. You connect a single Cat6e cable to connect the wiring closet to the shipping building. Which of the following conditions are you most likely to experience?
You have a cable Internet connection at home. the installer had connected the router near the outside wall of your house with RG-6 cable. You move the cable router a distance of 50 meters using RG-8 cables and special connector adapters. Which condition are you most likely to experience
You ant to measure the voltage, amps,and ohms of various devices. What tool should you use?