A Guide To Designing And Implementing Local And Wide Area Networks, 2nd Edition By Michael – Test Bank
Chapter 11 – LAN and WAN Design: Putting it All Together
1. It is easier to grow a legacy 10Base2 traditional bus network than a legacy 10BaseT star-based network.
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2. Once a network has been set up, you don’t need to analyze the LAN topology and resources anymore.
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3. When installing cable, do not leave much extra at the endpoints, or it can get tangled and cause network errors.
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4. Structured wiring requires that intelligence is built into the chassis hubs or switches.
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5. Jamming can be used in either full- or half-duplex mode.
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6. Modern networks employ both switches and hubs.
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7. An RFP, if it is necessary, comes after an RFI.
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8. Interspersing hosts and servers throughout the network typically makes centralized management of hosts and servers more difficult.
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9. WAN vendor equipment ranges from banks of dial-up modems to a combination of channel banks and router interfaces.
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1. When you upgrade a network, obtain benchmarks of current network use and consider the traffic from specific devices. _________________________
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2. The elevated cable is the vertical cable that goes between floors in a building. _________________________
ANS: F, riser
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3. When installing a network, install 802.11 wireless options in areas where cable is too expensive to install or where the installation obstacles are too great. _________________________
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4. A(n) top-down network is a design theme where the network is centralized at strategic points. _________________________
ANS: F, structured
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