TestOut Pc Pro A+ 6.3 Networking Media

You are using a crimper to attach an RJ-45 connector to a Cat 6 UTP cable. You need to use the T568A standard to connect the individual wires to the connector. Which wire should be connected to pin 1?
Green with white.
You are installing networking cable in the air space between the ceiling and the roof of a building. Which type of cabling should you use?
You need to connect the end of a Cat 6 UTP cable to a 110 punch down block. Which tool should you use?
Punchdown tool
What type of cabling could be used for an Ethernet 100BaseT (100 Mbps) network?
1) Cat 6 UTP
2) Cat 5 UTP
Which connector is used with unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable?
Which network type uses light pulses to transmit data?
Fiber optic
You have recently been called to troubleshoot network connectivity problems at a user’s workstation. You have found that the network cable runs across high-traffic areas on the floor, causing the cable to wear through and break. You have replaced cable with a plenum rated, shielded, twisted pair. You would like to minimize the problem and prevent it from happening again. What should you do?
Run the cable through the ceiling area instead of across the floor.
You have just signed up for a broadband home Internet services that uses coaxial cable. Which connector type will you most likely use?
Which of the following applications is more likely to justify the investment in Category 6 cable?
Streaming video.
What is a major benefit of STP over UTP?
Greater resistance to interference.
Which kind of connector do you use to connect a modem to a standard telephone line?
Which of the following are advantages of using fiber optic cabling for a network, as opposed to other types of cabling?
1. Immunity to electromagnetic interference.
2. Greater cable distances without a repeater.
You need to attach an RJ-45 connector to the end of a Cat 6 UTP cable. Which tool should you use?
Which of the following are characteristics of coaxial network cable?
1. It uses two concentric metallic conductors.
2. It has a conductor made from copper in the center of
the cable.