Summary

Summary

In this chapter, the basic elements of the OSI and TCP/IP protocol stacks have been developed. The abstract elements of the OSI architecture are realized in the four-layer TCP/IP stack supported by Solaris. In the following chapters, each of these layers will be examined in more detail.

Questions

1. 

Which of the following is a valid network topology?

  1. Star

  2. Box

  3. Square

  4. Circle

 A. Star is a valid network topology.

2. 

Which of the following is a valid network topology?

  1. Cube

  2. Angle

  3. Cross

  4. Ring

 D. Ring is a valid network topology.

3. 

What is OSI?

  1. A network protocol

  2. A framework for defining the scope of different layers of networking technology

  3. A cube network

  4. A networking software package

 B. OSI is a framework for defining the scope of different layers of networking technology.

4. 

What is the role of the Physical Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Defines the apparatus for transferring data, including error checking and synchronization

  3. Defines specifies operational issues, such as how networks can exchange data

  4. Specifies how individual computers are to interpret data received from the network

 A. The Physical Layer defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level.

5. 

What is the role of the Data Link Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Defines the apparatus for transferring data, including error checking and synchronization

  3. Defines specifies operational issues, such as how networks can exchange data

  4. Specifies how individual computers are to interpret data received from the network

 B. The Data Link Layer defines the apparatus for transferring data, including error checking and synchronization.

6. 

What is the role of the Network Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Defines the apparatus for transferring data, including error checking and synchronization

  3. Defines specifies operational issues, such as how networks can exchange data

  4. Specifies how individual computers are to interpret data received from the network

 C. The Network Layer defines specifies operational issues, such as how networks can exchange data.

7. 

What is the role of the Transport Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Defines the apparatus for transferring data, including error checking and synchronization

  3. Defines specifies operational issues, such as how networks can exchange data

  4. Specifies how individual computers are to interpret data received from the network

 D. The Transport Layer specifies how individual computers are to interpret data received from the network.

8. 

What is the role of the Session Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Determines how data from different sources can be separated

  3. Specifies how different types of data are formatted

  4. Describes how high-level applications can communicate with each other

 B. The Session Layer determines how data from different sources can be separated.

9. 

What is the role of the Presentation Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Determines how data from different sources can be separated

  3. Specifies how different types of data are formatted

  4. Describes how high-level applications can communicate with each other

 C. The Presentation Layer specifies how different types of data are formatted.

10. 

What is the role of the Application Layer?

  1. Defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level

  2. Determines how data from different sources can be separated

  3. Specifies how different types of data are formatted

  4. Describes how high-level applications can communicate with each other

 D. The Application Layer describes how high-level applications can communicate with each other.

11. 

What link speeds are not supported by Solaris?

  1. 10Base-T - 10 Mbps

  2. 100Base-T - 100 Mbps

  3. 1000Base-FX - 1Gbps

  4. 10000Base-T - 10Gbps

 D. 10000Base-T   10Gbps is not currently supported.

12. 

What command is used to modify /dev/tcp settings?

  1. tcp

  2. ar

  3. netstat

  4. ndd

 D.  ndd is used to modify /dev/tcp settings.

13. 

What command is used to disable IP forwarding?

  1. ndd -forwarding 0

  2. ndd -set /dev/ip ip_forwarding 0

  3. ndd -set /dev/ip ip_-forwarding +0

  4. ndd -noforward

 B.  ndd -set /dev/ip ip_forwarding 0 disables IP forwarding.

14. 

What command is used to verify the status of a network interface?

  1. netview

  2. netlook

  3. ifconfig

  4. hmelook

 C.  ifconfig is used to verify the status of a network interface.

15. 

What command is used to check the table of IP address to MAC address mappings?

  1. arp

  2. ar

  3. ndd

  4. netstat

 A.  arp is used to check the table of IP address to MAC address mappings.

Answers

1. 

A. Star is a valid network topology.

2. 

D. Ring is a valid network topology.

3. 

B. OSI is a framework for defining the scope of different layers of networking technology.

4. 

A. The Physical Layer defines how data is exchanged at its very basic level.

5. 

B. The Data Link Layer defines the apparatus for transferring data, including error checking and synchronization.

6. 

C. The Network Layer defines specifies operational issues, such as how networks can exchange data.

7. 

D. The Transport Layer specifies how individual computers are to interpret data received from the network.

8. 

B. The Session Layer determines how data from different sources can be separated.

9. 

C. The Presentation Layer specifies how different types of data are formatted.

10. 

D. The Application Layer describes how high-level applications can communicate with each other.

11. 

D. 10000Base-T - 10Gbps is not currently supported.

12. 

D. ndd is used to modify /dev/tcp settings.

13. 

B. ndd -set /dev/ip ip_forwarding 0 disables IP forwarding.

14. 

C. ifconfig is used to verify the status of a network interface.

15. 

A. arp is used to check the table of IP address to MAC address mappings.



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