MCSE Guide To Designing A Microsoft Windows Server 2003 1st Edition By Jay – Test Bank
Chapter 8: The Physical Design
1. Using technology embedded in networking hardware, such as virtual LANs (VLNs), you can aggregate individual client connections from many LANs who work together into VLANs.
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2. Some routers have built-in firewall features to help alleviate having multiple pieces of equipment.
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3. Every device on each side of a router can broadcast information to other devices on the same subnet.
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4. A router is designed to better handle network perimeter security than a firewall can and should always be used in a network design.
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5. You do not need to establish authentication in order to support a secure, remote access solution.
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1. Any organization that wants to conduct business over the Internet needs a(n) domain name. _________________________
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2. Scope options allow you to create default TCP/IP settings to be delivered to the DHCP client when they receive the IP address assignment. _________________________
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3. A(n) firewall merely reassigns packets based on the address and port without inspecting the type of packet. _________________________
ANS: F, router
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4. If you are planning to incorporate more than one RRAS server, then Windows Server 2003 should be configured to use DHCP for authentication purposes. _________________________
Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service
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5. Bus topology is suited for small networks because it does not require the use of a switch or hub. _________________________
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