Network+ Chapter 13

  1. Which of the following is most likely the first step in a structured troubleshooting methodology?

    D. Define the problem
  2. Which of the following comprise a simplified troubleshooting flow? (Choose three.)

    • C. Problem resolution
    • c. Problem diagnosis
    • d. Problem report
  3. A broken copper strand in a circuit is known as which of the following?

    D. Open
  4. What Ethernet switch feature allows a port to automatically determine which of its leads are used for transmitting data and which of its leads are used for receiving data?

    A. MDIX
  5. In the absence of STP, what issues might result from a Layer 2 loop in a network? (Choose two.)

    a. A router interface’s MTU decrementing
    b. MAC address table corruption
    c. Broadcast storms
    d. Packet fragmentation
    • b. MAC address table corruption
    • c. Broadcast storms
  6. If you successfully ping from host A to host B, what can you conclude about host A?

    B. Its OSI Layers 1–3 are functional.
  7. A router that drops a packet exceeding a router interface’s MTU size, when that packet has its “don’t fragment” bit set, is called which of the following?

    A. Black-hole router
  8. To what subnet does a host with an IP address of belong?

    A. /18
  9. Which of the following is a value measuring the power of a wireless signal?

    A. RSSI
  10. Which of the following are common sources of wireless network radio frequency interference (RFI)? (Choose three.)

    • D. Game consoles
    • c. Microwave ovens
    • d. Baby monitors
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Network+ Chapter 13
Network Troubleshooting