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Old 2004-03-26, 06:50   Link #1
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Know anything about networking???

Anyone can help me on networking cuz i need lot of sites that allows u to do practice question on networking!!!!!
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Old 2004-03-26, 07:43   Link #2
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Can you possibly be more vague?

"Networking" is a broad subject. I don't know what you're looking for.

Specify. Explain what it is you want to 'practice' on.
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Old 2004-03-26, 08:22   Link #3
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networking and hardware are my specialties but just like teh EvilTomte said
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Can you possibly be more vague?

"Networking" is a broad subject. I don't know what you're looking for.

Specify. Explain what it is you want to 'practice' on.
do you need practice with WINS, DNS, DHCP, or just practice with plugging everything together?
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Old 2004-03-26, 11:17   Link #4
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I can help answer some questions as I'm a network tech/admin myself. But we'd need to know specifically what you wanted to know about networking first. IF you just want to study in general, go check out the study tools for the Network+ certification. It should give you all the basics you need to study on. Know those and you should be able to learn anything networking based. Oh, and one other thing. As IPv6 is finally starting to be adopted and China and Japan have announced that they're moving to it in 2005, you should start learning it now.
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Old 2004-03-26, 11:22   Link #5
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rawr!

I'm one of ziggys friends, and a budding network technician. You need specifics, but if you have an area Jr College, try looking at the "CCNA" course offered by CISCO!

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Old 2004-03-26, 11:34   Link #6
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CCNA classes are good, but it's also good to know basic networking too because if you don't at least know the basics, you're gonna be somewhat lost taking the CCNA classes. Not that you can't just go into CCNA class with no network knowledge, but anything helps.
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http://cisco.netacad.net/public/index.html < The URL
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Old 2004-03-26, 20:01   Link #8
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Help!!!!!

1.) What do devices in a peer to peer network communicate with?__________
3.) Which protocol was designed mainly for use with NetWare, but now is used by other NOSes, including Windows NT?
4.) The_________ helps hardware and software vendor work together
6.) Striping with parity (RAID 5) place the parity info on _______drive
9.) Duplexing, in addition to 2 disks, requires 2 ________
10.) Dissimilar protocols are translated by a ________
13.) Striping with parity (RAID 3) place the parity info on ________ drive
14.) A network’s ________ connects all servers and segments
16.) True/False: Workstations generally reside on a backbone.
17.) Which protocol requires a unique 4-byte address consisting of four sets of decimal number, separated by periods?________
19) Why should tape backups be tested on an ongoing basis?__________
20.) Physical star – topology networks use a central device called a _______
21.) What does NIC card do?_________
22.) Duplexing is different from mirroring, because in duplexing, each hard drive has its own ________
23.) NLMs are used in which network operating system? _____________
18.) True/False: Unix is a 128-bit, single –threaded, multitasking NOS.
24.) NDS is based on ________
25.) To be able to administrate NDS from Windows 9X, You must use the _______ client
28.) The most common connector used with 10baseT and 100base-T is ________
31.) Mesh topology exists when every device on the network connects with ________
32.) 8-btis are an ________ in TCP/IP addresses
33.) __________ is a general term for any short (cable) section of the network
34.) Netware, UNIX and NT are all _______bit network operating systems
35.) Which protocol does UNIX use by default? _________
36.) True/False: TCP/IP addresses must be assigned dynamically by sever
38.) TCP/IP is primarily used on the ______
39.) Duplexing is taxing on a server, because the server has to process twice as many____
40.) Solaris is an example of which type of _________




These are some of the questions I have to answer which I have no clue in where to look it up. So.... Would someone be kind enough to answer these questions as much as possble or send me links so that i can look it up. (O yeah! This stuff is from IT12 and I have seen easier stuff than these in college.)
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Old 2004-03-26, 21:31   Link #9
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Well I try it, but I won't know all stuff

1.) 2 devices communicate there directly with each other over their top level protocol/layer... the sublayer/protocols or tunnels/pipes which those top level/leayer protocols might use can communicate with each other in almost any known way.

3.) IPX/SPX primarily used in novel networks
4.) well ther are many possible answers... lets say standards (standards are always good for this )
6.) as far as I know on each disk in the raid array
9.) well I am not sure about this one, but normally 2 disk controller will do but maybe the buses are meant... (2 seperate I/O buses)
10.) well protocol translators? *g* dunno for sure, but that would sound logic to me
13.) there will be an extra disk needed just for that
14.) switch/hubs (maybe proxy and other stuff too... thats one of the you can answer many things questions)
16.) they reside on a server... this thing is called backbone than in general
17.) IPv4
19.) Maybe the tapes loss off quality is very high...
20.) hub/swith... well this hub/switch is often connected with the main server(s)
21.) it reads/writes the signals of a network cable into/out the computer
22.) hd controller
23.) I'ld say Network File System (NFS)
18.) not sure about this... but I'ld say no... (multithreading should work with nearly every modern os) even so I'ld say there a different variants of this os... 64bit 32bit... well never heared of the 128bit one (never heared of hardware that will run such a os either)
24.) is this about Novell Directory Services? I do not know much about the novel networks, so no answer here sry
25.) I suppose a Microsoft-Novell-NDS-Client since that would make sense to me *g*
28.) a multi speed hub/switch... but switch is prefered. because a only 1 10baseT can slow down a hub significantly
31.) each other (or almost each other)
32.) I suppose that was written bits... 8bits range from 0 to 255 (in decimal) so this represents the adress in a subnet (class A,B,C subnets)
33.) LAN (local area network)
34.) 32
35.) TCP/IP
36.) false... can be static too
38.) now thats another one of those silly answer what you want questions... I assume it is used in the lower network layers for routing,adressing and connecting
39.) data... well it is duplexing... so the data gets doubled
40.) that sounds like an incomplete question... don't know what to fill in there

well I will post this now and edit the rest in... (done)

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Originally Posted by Pop_Tart
1.) What do devices in a peer to peer network communicate with?__________
3.) Which protocol was designed mainly for use with NetWare, but now is used by other NOSes, including Windows NT?
4.) The_________ helps hardware and software vendor work together
6.) Striping with parity (RAID 5) place the parity info on _______drive
9.) Duplexing, in addition to 2 disks, requires 2 ________
10.) Dissimilar protocols are translated by a ________
13.) Striping with parity (RAID 3) place the parity info on ________ drive
14.) A network’s ________ connects all servers and segments
16.) True/False: Workstations generally reside on a backbone.
17.) Which protocol requires a unique 4-byte address consisting of four sets of decimal number, separated by periods?________
19) Why should tape backups be tested on an ongoing basis?__________
20.) Physical star – topology networks use a central device called a _______
21.) What does NIC card do?_________
22.) Duplexing is different from mirroring, because in duplexing, each hard drive has its own ________
23.) NLMs are used in which network operating system? _____________
18.) True/False: Unix is a 128-bit, single –threaded, multitasking NOS.
24.) NDS is based on ________
25.) To be able to administrate NDS from Windows 9X, You must use the _______ client
28.) The most common connector used with 10baseT and 100base-T is ________
31.) Mesh topology exists when every device on the network connects with ________
32.) 8-btis are an ________ in TCP/IP addresses
33.) __________ is a general term for any short (cable) section of the network
34.) Netware, UNIX and NT are all _______bit network operating systems
35.) Which protocol does UNIX use by default? _________
36.) True/False: TCP/IP addresses must be assigned dynamically by sever
38.) TCP/IP is primarily used on the ______
39.) Duplexing is taxing on a server, because the server has to process twice as many____
40.) Solaris is an example of which type of _________




These are some of the questions I have to answer which I have no clue in where to look it up. So.... Would someone be kind enough to answer these questions as much as possble or send me links so that i can look it up. (O yeah! This stuff is from IT12 and I have seen easier stuff than these in college.)

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Old 2004-03-27, 01:11   Link #10
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questions …
Ok… some of those questions had obvious answers. Did you just not study?

I hit WhatIs.com for my tech questions.
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Old 2004-03-28, 00:35   Link #11
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Thx Jinto Lin for answering most of the questions.

BTW, I did study. It's just that these questions can be fill with many possible answers. Plus, I had to do 90 questions and the rest of questions which i didn't post mainly on OSI Layer. (x_x)
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