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Implementing & Troubleshooting Wireless Networks Implementing & Troubleshooting Wireless Networks Implementing & Troubleshooting Wireless Networks Implementing & Troubleshooting Networks
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What is Bluetooth
A technology for setting up wireless PANs and connecting to some peripherals is called ____________________.
100
What is infrastructure mode?
If you need share an Internet connection or connect to a wired network through your wireless network, you would use _______________________________
100
What is

B. MAC filtering
What can limit wireless connectivity to a list of accepted users based on the hard-wired address of their wireless NIC?

A. Encryption
B. MAC filtering
C. NWLink
D. WEP
100
What is HomeGroup?
Windows 7 enables sharing of libraries using __________________________.
100
What is workgroup?
The most common form of Windows resource sharing is the _________________.
200
What are Dipole antennas?
____________________ provide omni-directional signals.
200
What is

A. Ad hoc
Two wireless nodes that are communicating directly with each other, without any intermediary systems or hardware, are using what wireless mode?

A. Ad hoc
B. Bluetooth
C. Infrastructure
D. 802.11
200
What is

D. Wireless locator
What tool can you use to find available wireless networks?

A. WAP
B. Wireless Detection System
C. MAC locator
D. Wireless locator
200
What is

domain
A Windows _________________ enables single sign-on.
200
What is activity light?
The_____________________ on a NIC tells you when it’s sending or receiving data.
300
What is ad hoc mode?
Computers are in ____________________ when they connect directly together without using a WAP
300
What is

C. MAC filtering
What security feature limits which PCs can access a wireless network based on their NICs’ hard-coded addresses?

A. WPA
B. SSID
C. MAC filtering
D. WEP filtering
300
What is

A. WEP
Which of these Wi-Fi security protocols is the least secure and is easily hacked?

A. WEP
B. WAP
C. WINS
D. WPA2
300
What are link lights?
When troubleshooting a NIC, you’ll need to crawl behind your computer and look for the _____________________, which should be on or blinking.
300
What is

tone probe
tone generator
A ______________ and a _________________ are used to trace network cabling.
400
What is gain?
The amount that an antenna increases a WAP’s radio signal is called ____________
400
What is

A. Plug the card into a USB port and then follow the onscreen instructions.
How do you install and configure most cellular WAN cards?

A. Plug the card into a USB port and then follow the onscreen instructions.
B. Set up CMOS to enable cellular WAN and then install the card into a PCIe slot.
C. Plug the card into a USB port and e
400
What is

A. SSID
What is the technical name of a wireless network?

A. SSID
B. BSSID
C. SSD
D. WPA
400
What is loopback plug?
To test a possibly broken Ethernet port, plug in a _________________ .
400
What is

C. Windows 7
Which OS enables you to implement HomeGroup?

A. Mac OS X
B. Windows XP
C. Windows 7
D. Windows Server
500
What is MAC address filtering?
You can use ______________________ to keep unwanted computers out of your network
500
What is

A. PSK
C. Enterprise
What are the two ways you can set up WPA/WPA2? (Select two.)

A. PSK
B. WEP
C. Enterprise
D. Administrator
500
What are

C. Microwaves
Which of the following devices is a major source of interference for Wi-Fi networks?

A. Cell phones
B. Small FM radio transmitters
C. Microwaves
D. Fluorescent lights
500
What is full-duplex?
A NIC that can send and receive data at the same time is running in _________________ mode.
500
What is

C. Single sign-on
Which of the following is an advantage of a domain-based network over a workgroup-based network?

A. Ease of administration
B. Cheaper
C. Single sign-on
D. Faster to implement




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