Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we have examined the basic configuration of network interfaces and simple application layer services like the File Transfer Protocol (FTP). In addition, we examined some basic methods for tuning interfaces and for configuring individual daemons through the Internet super daemin (inetd).

Questions

1. 

Name the three major types of subnet supported by Solaris.

  1. Class 1, Class 2, Class 3

  2. Class A, Class B, Class C

  3. T1, broadband, cable

  4. None of the above

 B. Class A, Class B, and Class C subnets are all supported by Solaris.

2. 

What is the purpose of a router?

  1. To pass information from one network to another

  2. To pass information between two hosts only

  3. To provide two independent network interfaces on a single host

  4. None of the above

 A. The purpose of a router is to pass information from one network to another.

3. 

What is the main requirement of a router?

  1. To be connected to the Internet

  2. To run Solaris 9

  3. To have multiple network interfaces

  4. None of the above

 C. The main requirement of a router is to have multiple network interfaces.

4. 

What should not be contained in the file /etc/hostname.hme0?

  1. A hostname

  2. A fully qualified domain name

  3. An IP address

  4. The default router’s hostname

 D. The default router s hostname should not be contained in the file /etc/hostname.hme0 .

5. 

What is contained in the file /etc/defaultrouter?

  1. The local router’s hostname

  2. The local router’s IP address

  3. The local router’s hostname or IP address

  4. The local router’s netmask

 C. The local router s hostname or IP address is contained in the file /etc/defaultrouter .

6. 

What file should be created for a nonrouting, multihomed host?

  1. /etc/noroute

  2. /etc/notrouter

  3. /etc/notroute

  4. /etc/!route

 B. The /etc/notrouter file should be created for a nonrouting, multihomed host.

7. 

What command is used to set parameters for network protocols?

  1. tcp

  2. ip

  3. tip

  4. ndd

 D. The ndd command is used to set parameters for network protocols.

8. 

What command is used to display the kernel routing table?

  1. kern

  2. route

  3. netstat -r

  4. route -r

 C. The netstat   r command is used to display the kernel routing table.

9. 

What command is used to start the network routing daemon?

  1. /usr/sbin/in.routed -q

  2. /usr/sbin/in.RDISC -q

  3. /usr/sbin/in.routed -s

  4. /etc/init.d/routed.exe

 A. The /usr/sbin/in.routed   q command is used to start the network routing daemon.

10. 

What command is used to set a default route to 204.54.56.1?

  1. route -add default 204.54.56.1

  2. route add -default 204.54.56.1

  3. route -add -default 204.54.56.1

  4. route add default 204.54.56.1

 D. The route  add  default  204.54.56.1 command is used to set a default route to 204.54.56.1.

11. 

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. The ndd  -set  /dev/ip  ip_forwarding  0 command is used to disable IP forwarding.

12. 

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

  1. netview

  2. netlook

  3. ifconfig

  4. hmelook

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

13. 

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

  1. arp

  2. ar

  3. ndd

  4. netstat

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

14. 

Which of the following is a valid network topology?

  1. Star

  2. Box

  3. Square

  4. Circle

 A. Star is a valid network topology. Actually, a star and a circle, or ring, are valid, but neither are discussed in the chapter.

15. 

Which of the following is a valid network topology?

  1. Cube

  2. Angle

  3. Cross

  4. Ring

 D. Ring is a valid network topology.

Answers

1. 

B. Class A, Class B, and Class C subnets are all supported by Solaris.

2. 

A. The purpose of a router is to pass information from one network to another.

3. 

C. The main requirement of a router is to have multiple network interfaces.

4. 

D. The default router’s hostname should not be contained in the file /etc/hostname.hme0.

5. 

C. The local router’s hostname or IP address is contained in the file /etc/defaultrouter.

6. 

B. The /etc/notrouter file should be created for a nonrouting, multihomed host.

7. 

D. The ndd command is used to set parameters for network protocols.

8. 

C. The netstat –r command is used to display the kernel routing table.

9. 

A. The /usr/sbin/in.routed –q command is used to start the network routing daemon.

10. 

D. The route add default 204.54.56.1 command is used to set a default route to 204.54.56.1.

11. 

B. The ndd -set /dev/ip ip_forwarding 0 command is used to disable IP forwarding.

12. 

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

13. 

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

14. 

A. Star is a valid network topology. Actually, a star and a circle, or ring, are valid, but neither are discussed in the chapter.

15. 

D. Ring is a valid network topology.



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