Summary

Summary

In this chapter, we examined the basics of routing in the Solaris environment. Since routing underlies all remote packet delivery, it's important for administrators to understand the complex processes involved, especially the configuration of firewalls.

Questions

1. 

Which three major types of subnet are supported by Solaris?

  1. Class 1, Class 2, Class 3

  2. Class A, Class, Class C

  3. T1, broadband, cable

  4. None of the above

 B. The three types of subnet supported by Solaris are Class A, Class B, and Class C.

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 8

  3. To have multiple network interfaces

  4. None of the above

 C. A router must have multiple network interfaces

4. 

What would be contained in the file /etc/hostname.hme0 (choose two)?

  1. A hostname

  2. A fully qualified domain name

  3. An IP address

  4. The default router's hostname

 A, C. A hostname or an IP address could 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 /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 should used to set parameters for network protocols.

8. 

What command is used to display parameters for network protocols?

  1. tcp /dev/tcp \?

  2. ip /dev/tcp \?

  3. tip /dev/tcp \?

  4. ndd /dev/tcp \?

 D. The ndd  /dev/tcp  \? command should used to display parameters for network protocols.

9. 

What command is used to trace a network route?

  1. net route

  2. trace -route

  3. traceroute

  4. net -route

 C. The traceroute command is used to trace a network route.

10. 

What protocol does rdisc use?

  1. ICMP router discovery protocol

  2. RTD router discovery protocol

  3. RDP router discovery protocol

  4. RDSC router discovery protocol

 A. rdisc uses the ICMP router discovery protocol.

Answers

1. 

B. The three types of subnet supported by Solaris are Class A, Class B, and Class C.

2. 

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

3. 

C. A router must have multiple network interfaces

4. 

A, C. A hostname or an IP address could be contained in the file /etc/hostname.hme0.

5. 

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

6. 

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

7. 

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

8. 

D. The ndd /dev/tcp \? command should used to display parameters for network protocols.

9. 

C. The traceroute command is used to trace a network route.

10. 

A. rdisc uses the ICMP router discovery protocol.



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