• D. Disk defragmentation
  • B. that is sent out over the internet.
  • B. the way in which temporary IP addresses are assigned to computers on the internet.
  • C. the protocol that is used for web pages, that transfers hypertext
  • D. Word ISP stands for A. Internet Server Protocol B. Internet Service Provider
  • B. To translate computer and domain names into numerical IP addresses
  • D. Routers receive packets and figure out the best way to send them to their destination
  • C. The media access control address that uniquely identifies a network card
  • A bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can work with




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    • When a client browser requests a web page and the page is sent back, a direct physical connection between client and server is formed while the information is being sent.

    • It is extremely expensive and difficult for private individuals to post information to the worldwide web.

    • A bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can work with.

    • The vast majority of the information available on the web is accurate and true because it has been reviewed and approved by experts.

    • It is necessary to have the Internet Protocol for a device to be connected to the Internet.

    • DSL uses alternative frequencies of a standard phone line.

    • Upstream and downstream refer to the direction of flow of information to and from the internet. In general, upstream speeds are faster than downstream.

    • The two main types of IP address are temporary and dynamic.

    • IPv4 address is composed of 4 bytes.

    • The internet is based on the  concept of circuit switching, in contrast to the tradition telephone network, which is based on the concept of packet switching.

    • LANs provide global connections for thousands of computers.

    • Twisted-pair can achieve very high bandwidth data communication.

    • Wireless transmission media include cellular telephones, microwave transmission, and fiber optics.

    • Computer networks are used only by large telephone and telecommunications companies.

    • File servers are high-powered computers that make applications available to more than one user at a time.

    • The terminal or PC in a LAN must have a piece of hardware called a network interface card in order to be connected.

    • The Internet represents a communications network limited to the United States.

    • Since the Internet is a cross-platform network, recipients of a message will always be able to read any attachment regardless whether or not they have the program that originally created the attachment.

    • The most popular browsers are graphical.

    • Computers are electronic devices that, under a program's direction and control perform four basic operations: Input, Processing, Output, and Storage.

    • The Internet is a LAN linking millions of computers in WANs worldwide.

    • The Internet is considered a very dynamic network.

    • This is a good password: Sam03121965 for Sam because it is easy to remember.

    • Confidentiality is an important aspect of network security.

    • Firewall is to provide authentication.

    • www is the same as the Internet.

    • HTTPS means the webpage is encrypted.

    • One can reply an email from his/her bank with the account number and password safely if the email is encrypted.

    Multiple choices:
    To create Web pages, markup language called ________ is used.

    A.    HTTP

    B.    HTML

    C.    STMP

    D.    JPEG
    Which of the following is not a service available through the internet?

    A.    internet telephony

    B.    FTP

    C.    Chat

    D.    Disk defragmentation
    An IP address is a unique number that serves as an address for every computer directly connected to the internet. What does IP stand for?

    A.    Internet Pathway

    B.    Information protocol

    C.    Internet protocol

    D.    Issued pathname

    A packet is the smallest unit of information

    A.    that a computer can work with.

    B.    that is sent out over the internet.

    C.    that is recorded on a single sector of the hard drive.

    D.    that travels from the CPU to the memory via the bus.


    A bit is the smallest unit of information

    A.    that a computer can work with.

    B.    that travels over the internet.

    C.    that is recorded on a single sector of the hard drive.

    D.    that travels from the CPU to the memory via the bus.

    What is http?

    A.    the language used to code web pages

    B.    the file transfer protocol

    C.    the protocol that is used for web pages, that transfers hypertext

    D.    the web browser


    What is html?

    A.    the language used to code webpages

    B.    hypertext transfer protocol

    C.    the url of the website

    D.    the address of a web site

    Typically, which one of the following is not a client?

    A.    Mozilla

    B.    IE


    C.    Outlook

    D.    Word


    ISP stands for

    A.    Internet Server Protocol

    B.    Internet Service Provider

    C.    Internal Serial Port

    D.    Internet SLIP Protocol
    What is the name given to the smallest pieces of information that circulated the internet, each containing all routing information?

    A.    Bits

    B.    Packets

    C.    Hypertext

    D.    File transfer units
    Why are domain name servers used?

    A.    To assign domain to all users when the connect to the Internet

    B.    To translate computer and domain names into numerical IP addresses

    C.    To trace the path of packets of information in the web

    D.    To connect local area networks and wide area networks
    What best describes the function of Internet routers (not the "routers" used for connecting to DSL or cable)?

    A.    Routers break information into packets and "wrap" them with TCP/IP

    B.    Routers establish a continuous circuit between end points of a phone circuit

    C.    Routers are main internet highways that connect locations several miles apart

    D.    Routers receive packets and figure out the best way to send them to their destination
    In what situation would it be necessary to use a static IP?

    A.    To set up and serve a website

    B.    To use DSL or cable internet at home

    C.    To connect to UCD through the modem pool

    D.    To avoid using up the limited IP's available
    How many bits (not bytes) are in an IPv4 address?

    A.    4


    B.    8

    C.    32


    D.    4,294,967,296
    The MAC address is

    A.    The IP address of Macintosh computers

    B.    The multiple access control of a server

    C.    The media access control address that uniquely identifies a network card

    D.    The URL of the MAC server

    Answers:



    • When a client browser requests a web page and the page is sent back, a direct physical connection between client and server is formed while the information is being sent. F

    • When an email message is sent, it is broken into several small pieces that can take very different routes to reach the destination. T

    • It is extremely expensive and difficult for private individuals to post information to the worldwide web. F

    • A bit is the smallest unit of information that a computer can work with. T.

    • The vast majority of the information available on the web is accurate and true because it has been reviewed and approved by experts. F

    • It is necessary to have the Internet Protocol for a device to be connected to the Internet. T

    • DSL uses alternative frequencies of a standard phone line. T

    • Upstream and downstream refer to the direction of flow of information to and from the internet. In general, upstream speeds are faster than downstream. F

    • The two main types of IP address are temporary and dynamic. F

    • IPv4 address is composed of 4 bytes. T

    • The internet is based on the  concept of circuit switching, in contrast to the tradition telephone network, which is based on the concept of packet switching. F

    • LANs provide global connections for thousands of computers. F

    • Twisted-pair can achieve very high bandwidth data communication. F

    • Wireless transmission media include cellular telephones, microwave transmission, and fiber optics. F

    • Computer networks are used only by large telephone and telecommunications companies. F

    • File servers are high-powered computers that make applications available to more than one user at a time. T

    • The terminal or PC in a LAN must have a piece of hardware called a network interface card in order to be connected. T

    • The Internet represents a communications network limited to the United States. F

    • Since the Internet is a cross-platform network, recipients of a message will always be able to read any attachment regardless whether or not they have the program that originally created the attachment. F

    • The most popular browsers are graphical. T

    • Computers are electronic devices that, under a program's direction and control perform four basic operations: Input, Processing, Output, and Storage. T

    • The Internet is a LAN linking millions of computers in WANs worldwide. F.

    • The Internet is considered a very dynamic network. T

    • This is a good password: Sam03121965 for Sam because it is easy to remember. F

    • Confidentiality is an important aspect of network security.T

    • Firewall is to provide authentication. F

    • www is the same as the Internet. F

    • HTTPS means the webpage is encrypted. T

    • One can reply an email from his/her bank with the account number and password safely if the email is encrypted. F

    Multiple choices:
    To create Web pages, markup language called ________ is used.

    A.    HTTP



    B.    HTML

    C.    STMP

    D.    JPEG
    Which of the following is not a service available through the internet?

    A.    internet telephony

    B.    FTP

    C.    Chat



    D.    Disk defragmentation
    An IP address is a unique number that serves as an address for every computer directly connected to the internet. What does IP stand for?

    A.    Internet Pathway

    B.    Information protocol

    C.    Internet protocol

    D.    Issued pathname


    The first graphical web browser was introduced in

    A.    1972

    B.    1983

    C.    1994

    D.    2004


    A packet is the smallest unit of information

    A.    that a computer can work with.



    B.    that is sent out over the internet.

    C.    that is recorded on a single sector of the hard drive.

    D.    that travels from the CPU to the memory via the bus.
    A bit is the smallest unit of information

    A.    that a computer can work with.

    B.    that travels over the internet.

    C.    that is recorded on a single sector of the hard drive.

    D.    that travels from the CPU to the memory via the bus.

    Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is

    A.    the protocol that assembles packets of incoming messages.



    B.    the way in which temporary IP addresses are assigned to computers on the internet.

    C.    the method developed by Hollerith for the US Census.

    D.    a client computer to access e-mail on the web.
    What is http?

    A.    the language used to code web pages

    B.    the file transfer protocol

    C.    the protocol that is used for web pages, that transfers hypertext

    D.    the web browser


    What is html?

    A.    the language used to code webpages

    B.    hypertext transfer protocol

    C.    the url of the website

    D.    the address of a web site

    Typically, which one of the following is not a client?

    A.    Mozilla

    B.    IE

    C.    Outlook



    D.    Word
    ISP stands for

    A.    Internet Server Protocol



    B.    Internet Service Provider

    C.    Internal Serial Port

    D.    Internet SLIP Protocol
    What is the name given to the smallest pieces of information that circulated the internet, each containing all routing information?

    A.    Bits

    B.    Packets

    C.    Hypertext

    D.    File transfer units
    Why are domain name servers used?

    A.    To assign domain to all users when the connect to the Internet



    B.    To translate computer and domain names into numerical IP addresses

    C.    To trace the path of packets of information in the web

    D.    To connect local area networks and wide area networks
    What best describes the function of Internet routers computers (not the "routers" used for connecting to DSL or cable)?

    A.    Routers break information into packets and "wrap" them with TCP/IP

    B.    Routers establish a continuous circuit between end points of a phone circuit

    C.    Routers are main internet highways that connect locations several miles apart



    D.    Routers receive packets and figure out the best way to send them to their destination
    In what situation would it be necessary to use a static IP?

    A.    To set up and serve a website

    B.    To use DSL or cable internet at home

    C.    To connect to UCD through the modem pool

    D.    To avoid using up the limited IP's available


    How many bits (not bytes) are in an IPv4 address?

    A.    4


    B.    8

    C.    32

    D.    4,294,967,296
    The MAC address is

    A.    The IP address of Macintosh computers

    B.    The multiple access control of a server

    C.    The media access control address that uniquely identifies a network card

    D.    The URL of the MAC server


    Which electronic mail are you more likely to use if you need to access your messages from more than one computer and location?

    A.    IMAP

    B.    POP



    C.    SMTP

    D.    POP3


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