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Review Questions
1. Classful network addressing has replaced classless network addressing due to a shortage of
public IP address. True or False?
2. Base-2 numbering is used instead of Base-10 numbering in IP addressing. True or False?
3. Internet Protocol (IP) is the primary protocol used on the World Wide Web. True or False?
Based on the information provided in this chapter of the book the answer is True. You could
also argue that HTTP was the primary protocol used on the World Wide Web.
4. On a 100 Mbps hub, each port can use the full bandwidth (100 Mbps) without affecting
other ports. True or False?
5. As a best practice, switches are used to connect clients on a subnet and routers are used to
connect subnets to other subnets. True or False?
6. The subnet mask that helps determine what portion of an IP address belongs to the network
and what portion belongs to the host. True or False?
7. Which of the following network protocols is not supported in Windows Server 2008?
a. IPX
b. IP
c. TCP
d. UDP
8. You are responsible for deploying clients to a new four-story office building in Chicago. You
are deploying 500 Windows Vista workstations, 30 network printers, and 5 Windows Server
2008 servers to this building. Your network administrator has provided you with the
following private network address: 192.168.200.0 /23. Based on the information provided,
will you be able to deploy as planned? (Choose the best two answers.)
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a. Yes, this solution has 768 usable addresses.
b. No, this solution has only 2 available subnets.
c. No, this solution has only 254 useable addresses.
d. You should request a network address range of 192.168.200.0 /24
e. You should request a network address range of 192.168.200.0 /22
This question cannot be answered because answer b in the answer key is different than
answer b in the book and they do not specify in the question that each floor must be its own
network.
9. Which of the following is not a commonly used network topology?
a. Star network
b. Ring network
c. Local area network
d. Mesh network
10. Which of the following networks scales is used for highly-connected private networks like a
single office building or a home network?
a. Metropolitan Area Network
b. Private Area Network
c. Local Area Network
d. Wide Area Network
11. Which of the following are true about Network Interface Cards? Choose two answers.
a. They are assigned a unique MAC address by the manufacturer.
b. They are assigned a unique static IP address by the manufacturer.
c. They allow devices to connect to a physical network.
d. Multiple Network Interface Cards cannot be used on a single device.
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12. You need to create a create a CIDR addressing scheme that meets the following criteria:
You have a minimum of 8 Network address ranges
Each Network Address range supports at least 25 hosts
The address scheme is based on a private IP addressing scheme
Base on the criteria above, which of the following solutions meet the criteria?
a. Use 192.168.100.0 /27
b. Use 192.168.100.0 /28
c. Use 192. 165.100.0 /27
d. Use 192.165.100.0 /28
e. Use 192. 165. 100.0 /21
13. Choose the binary conversion that best matches the IP address, 192.168.100.212
a. 11000000.10101000.0011010.11010100
b. 11000001.10010001.0011010.11010100
c. 11000000.10101000.0011011.11010100
None of the answers given in your book are correct but item a is the closest.
14. IPv4 addresses are represented by _32___-bit numbers that are broken into __4___ octets
using dotted decimal notation.
15. IPv6 addresses are represented by __128__-bit numbers that are broken into __8___groups
of hexadecimal numbers.
16. Which IPv6 transition technology is used on IPv4 networks currently using NAT?
a. ISATAP
b. 6TO4
c. Teredo
d. IPv6overNAT
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17. ___Alternate___ configuration is often used for devices that need a static IP address
available in case DHCP is not available.
18. Receiving the IP address of 169.254.100.1 is a good indication that your client cannot
contact a ___DHCP___ server.
19. ___DNS___ servers and ____Domain Controller___ are server roles that are good
candidates for using a manually configured IP address.
20. CIDR notation of __/28_____ will divide the IP address 192.168.100.0 into 16 networks with
16 hosts.
21. Use ____ipconfig /all___ from the command to view a clients detailed IP information.
22. Ping uses ICMP requests to determine whether a target host is available
23. Name two command line utilities that can be used to map the network route between two
hosts:
a. Netstat
b. Tracert
c. PingAll
d. Pathping
e. Ipconfig /route
24. What is the proper syntax for initiating a looping ping to the IP address of 192.168.100.100?
a. Ping T 192.168.100.100
b. Ping L 192.168.100.100
c. Ping t 192.168.100.100
d. Ping l 192.168.100.100
25. When using the ping utility, how do you use ping for testing name resolution to the target of
Server01.abc.com at 192.168.100.100?
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a. ping 192.168.100.100 /hostname
b. ping 192.168.100.100 /h
c. ping server01.abc.com /hostname
d. ping 192.168.100.100
None of the answers listed is correct. The correct answer would be ping
server01.abc.com
Activities
Activity 3-2: 8) 62
Activity 3-6
Table 3-10: IPv6 address simplification
Full Address Simplified Address
1075:0000:0000:0000:0005:0600:300c:422d 1075:: 5:600:300c:422d
ff06: 0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:00d5 ff06::d5
1055:0000:0000:0000:000b:1bda:0041:25ab 1055:0000:0000:0000:000b:1bda:0041:25ab
abcd:12bc: 0000:0000:0000:0000:0034:001a abcd:12bc::34:1a
50ab:0353:2003:0001:0000:0000:abaf:0003 50ab:353:2003:1::abaf:3

Activity 3-5
Table 3-12 Identifying types of IPv6 addresses
IPv6 Address Type of Address
2020:ab10:5::a234 Global Address
ff00:cdc1:505:2234::1 Multicast addresses
fd00:1223:455::3321 Unique Local address
fe80:22:ad32:3332::245 Link-Local address
2001:db8:2222:142a::3431 Reserved for documentation
::1 Loopback address
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Case Projects
Case Project 3-1: Creating a Batch File for Logging Networking
Information
To assist with troubleshooting network systems, you want to create a batch file that
automatically runs common command-line tools and logs that information to a text file for
review. Include four commands from this chapter and send the output to a text file called
caseproject31.txt. The batch file should run with a parameter of an IP address or hostname.
For example, if you named your batch file case31.bat and you wanted to input
192.168.100.2, you would enter the following command:
Case31.bat 192.168.100.2
You need to research running batch files with variables to complete this task.
REM Sample Batch File
REM Case Study 3-1
REM 6/15/08

REM Syntax: case31.bat <IPAddress> or <Hostname>
REM Example of syntax: case31.bat 192.168.100.20
REM This is a sampling of command line tools. Students could use any of the tools from this chapter.
Output in caseproject31.txt will differ from student to student based on the tools they have chosen.

REM Ping Local Host
ping 127.0.0.1 > c:\ caseproject31.txt

REM Remote IP
ping %1 >> c:\ caseproject31.txt

REM Tracert to Remote IP
tracert %1 >> c:\cp31.txt

REM Pathping to Remote IP
pathping %1 >> c:\ caseproject31.txt

REM Nestat for current system
netstat -s -p tcp >> c:\ caseproject31.txt

Case Project 3-2: Developing a Network Address Scheme
You are an administrator for a company called Badger Novelties. You are considering
whether to revise your network address scheme to meet the current and future growth
demands of your company. Currently, your company has a Class C address range of
192.168.150.0 for its internal network layout. You need to develop a network address
scheme that will with accommodate a minimum of 4 subnets and 35 hosts per subnet. Use
92.168.175.0 for your new address scheme.
In order to create 4 subnets from the 192.168.150.0 range, we need to use CIDR notation of
/26. This yields 4 networks with 64 hosts per network (Table 3-8). The new ranges will be:
192.168.150.0 /26
192.168.150.64 /26
192.168.150.128 /26
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192.168.150.192 /26
Case Project 3-3: Setting IP Address Information on CS-SRV-001
In this activity, you will be manually configuring the IP address information on CS-SRV-001 (which
you set up in Chapter 2). You may use the GUI or the command line to complete this project. Use the
following information or information provided by your instructor for configuring the network
properties:
IP address: 192.168.100.10
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.200.1
Solution:

netsh netsh interface ip set address "local area connection" static 192.168.100.10
255.255.255.0 192.168.100.1

Case Project 3-4: Setting IP Address Information on CS-SCSRV-001
In this activity, you will be manually configuring the IP address information on CS-SCSRV-
001 (which you set up in Chapter 2). You will need to use the command line to complete
this activity. Use the following information or information provided by your instructor for
configuring the network properties:
IP address: 192.168.100.20
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.200.1
After completing Case Projects 3-3 and 3-4, verify you have network connectivity between
CS-SRV-001 and CS-SCSRV-001.
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Solution: netsh
netsh interface ip set address "local area connection" static 192.168.100.20 255.255.255.0
192.168.100.1