Network+ Guide to Networks – Chapter 10

True
T/F: On a network using TCP/IP, some nodes may use multiple IP addresses.
True
T/F: In CIDR, conventional network class distinctions do not exist.
False
T/F: The MIME standard replaces SMTP.
True
T/F: POP3’s design makes it best suited to users who retrieve their mail from the same workstation all the time.
False
T/F: IMAP4 servers require less storage space and usually more processing resources than POP servers do.
D
A class ____ network class is reserved for special purposes.
classful
In ____ addressing, only Class A, Class B, and Class C addresses are recognized.
first 16 bits
In classful addressing, the Class B IPv4 address network ID is located in the ____.
last 8 bits
In classful addressing, Class C IPv4 address host information is located in the ____.
1
Within a classful addressing subnet mask, the ____ bits indicate that corresponding bits in an IPv4 address contain network information.
255.255.0.0
Within a classful addressing, ____ is the default subnet mask for a Class C address.
10000001
The result from ANDing 11001111 with 10010001 is ____.
reserved
Because the octets equal to 0 and 255 are ____, only the numbers 1 through 254 can be used for host information in an IPv4 address.
forward slash
CIDR notation takes the form of the network ID followed by a(n) ____, followed by the number of bits that are used for the extended network prefix.
default
The ____ gateway is the gateway that first interprets its outbound requests to other subnets, and then interprets its inbound requests from other subnets.
core
The gateways that make up the Internet backbone are called ____ gateways.
Microsoft Exchange Server
An example of a popular mail server is ____.
Microsoft Outlook
An example of a popular client email software is ____.
25
SMTP operates from port ____.
1000
The standard message format specified by SMTP allows for lines that contain no more than ____ ASCII
110
POP3 (Post Office Protocol, version 3) relies on TCP and operates over port ____.
POP3
IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is a mail retrieval protocol that was developed as a more sophisticated alternative to ____.
hostname
An administrator can discover the host name assigned to a client by using the ____ utility.
pathping
A program similar to mtr, ____, is available as a command-line utility in Windows XP, Vista, Server 2003, and Server 2008.
route
The ____ utility allows you to view a host’s routing table.
subnetting
________ separates a network into multiple logically defined segments, or subnets.
core gateways
The gateways that make up the Internet backbone are called __________
extended network prefix
The combination of additional bits used for subnet information plus the existing network ID is known as the _________
SMTP
______________ is the protocol responsible for moving messages from one mail server to another over TCP/IP-based networks.
MIME
_________ is a standard for encoding and interpreting binary files, images, video, and non-ASCII character sets within an e-mail message.
host utility
Used if an administrator already know a host’s name and wants to learn its IP address.
traceroute utility
Uses ICMP ECHO requests to trace the path from one networked node to another, identifying all intermediate hops between the two nodes.
nbstat utility
Useful only on networks that run Windows-based operating systems and NetBIOS.
dig utility
Allows an administrator to query a DNS database and find the host name associated with a specific IP address or vice versa.
nslookup utility
Allows an administrator to query the DNS database from any computer on the network and find the host name of a device by specifying its IP address, or vice versa.
ipconfig utility
The TCP/IP administration utility for use with Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Server 2003, and Server 2008 operating systems.
whois utility
Queries a DNS registration database and obtain information about a domain.
netstat utility
Displays TCP/IP statistics and details about TCP/IP components and connections on a host.
ifconfig utility
The TCP/IP configuration and management utility used on UNIX and Linux systems.