Name: __________________________ Date: _____________ 1. At the top of the Internet structure are national ___________, such as BBN Planet. A) Network Access Points B) Internet service providers C) bridges D) LATAs

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Name: __________________________ Date: _____________



1.

At the top of the Internet structure are national ___________, such as BBN Planet.

A)

Network Access Points

B)

Internet service providers

C)

bridges

D)

LATAs

E)

digital subscriber lines



2.

National ISPs connect together and exchange data at ___________.

A)

Network Access Points

B)

cable modem termination system endpoints

C)

distribution hubs

D)

the Internet engineering task force headquarters

E)

the Internet Society network center



3.

_________ are smaller versions of NAPs that link a set of regional ISPs.

A)

mini Network Access Points

B)

cable modem termination system endpoints

C)

distribution hubs

D)

metropolitan area exchanges

E)

points
-
of
-
presence



4.

__________ has led to t
he belief that the Internet is “free”.



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6.

A _________ is the place at which the ISP provides services to its customers.

A)

remote access point

B)

network access point

C)

cable modem termination system endpoint

D)

point
-
of
-
presence

E)

metropolitan area exchange



7.

In general, local ISPs make money by charging ________.

A)

customers

B)

ICANN

C)

UCAID

D)

the DSLAM

E)

CSUs/DSUs



8.

A ___________ is used by ISPs to authenticate its customers.

A)

password server

B)

remote
-
access server.

C)

file server

D)

WAP server.

E)

Web server



9.

Which of the following is
not

an ISP in either the United States or Canada?

A)

CAIS

B)

iSTAR

C)

CompuServe

D)

Sprint

E)

ISOC



10.

Technologies that provide higher
-
speed commu
nications than traditional modems (e.g.,
DSL) are known as ______________ technologies.

A)

middleband

B)

narrowband

C)

rubberband

D)

metalband

E)

broadband




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3

11.

Digital _________ Line is a family of point
-
to
-
point technologies designed to provide
hi
gh
-
speed data transmission over traditional telephone lines.

A)

System

B)

Satisfaction

C)

Speedy

D)

Subscriber

E)

Switch



12.

For access to DSL, __________ equipment is installed at the customer location.

A)

point
-
of
-
presence

B)

satellite dish

C)

customer premises

D)

metropolitan area exchange

E)

network access point



13.

A __________ separates traditional voice telephone transmission from the data
transmissions in the equipment located at the customer site for DSL.

A)

line splitter

B)

V.32b
is modem

C)

line analyzer

D)

main distribution frame

E)

network access point



14.

Data traffic from the customers premises is sent to a __________ which is located at the
local carrier's end office.

A)

modem

B)

codec

C)

DSLAM

D)

NIC

E)

ATM



15.

The _________ is the connection from a home or business to the telephone company
end office.

A)

distribution hub

B)

RFC

C)

UCAID

D)

local loop

E)

CA*net 3




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16.

DSL modem is also known as a:

A)

DSL bridge

B)

DSL brouter

C)

DSL router

D)

DSL gate
way

E)

DSL hub



17.

At the DSL local carrier's office, the __________ demultiplexes the data streams and
converts them into ATM data.

A)

DSLAM

B)

GrandSlam

C)

WAP

D)

line splitter

E)

X.25 PAD



18.

Asymmetric DSL uses ___________ multiplexing to c
reate three separate channels over
one local loop circuit.

A)

inverse

B)

time division

C)

statistical time division

D)

wave division

E)

frequency division



19.

To balance the trade
-
off between speed and distance in ADSL, most ADSL service
providers
have chosen a T1 level of ADSL, and offer it under the trademarked name of
_________ ADSL.

A)

CA*net 3

B)

DOCSIS

C)

G.Lite

D)

OE

E)

UCAID



20.

Very
-
high
-
data
-
rate DSL uses multiplexing to provide _________ channels.

A)

two

B)

three

C)

four

D)

fi
ve

E)

six




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21.

Which of the following statements is true?

A)

On a circuit, the shorter the distance, the higher the speed.

B)

On a circuit, the longer the distance, the higher the speed.

C)

On a circuit, the longer the distance, less attenuation occu
rs.

D)

On a circuit, the shorter the distance, more attenuation occurs.

E)

When more attenuation occurs, higher frequency signals can be used effectively.



22.

A digital service offered by cable companies is the _________.

A)

Abilene network

B)

WAP p
roxy

C)

G.Lite ADSL

D)

cable modem

E)

Next Generation Internet



23.

Another term for cable networks that use both fiber
-
optic and coaxial cable is
__________.

A)

fixed wireless

B)

mobile wireless

C)

distribution hub

D)

hybrid fiber coax

E)

fibrax



24.

A T1 level of ADSL has a maximum downstream rate of about _________ Mbps.

A)

9000

B)

8.4

C)

1.5

D)

650

E)

6.1



25.

A headend is also referred to as a:

A)

Abilene network

B)

WAP proxy

C)

cable modem

D)

distribution hub

E)

fiber node




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6.

Wireless DSL requires __________ to be effective.

A)

Abilene networks

B)

tall buildings or towers

C)

cable modems

D)

fiber nodes

E)

hybrid fiber coax



27.

A(n) __________ is used to connect a fiber optic cable from the cable TV company
side to a

coaxial cable on the customer side.

A)

CA*net 3

B)

RFC

C)

WAP proxy

D)

fixed wireless connection

E)

optical
-
electrical converter



28.

A(n) ___________ contains a series of cable modems/multiplexers and converts the
data from cable modem protocols
into protocols needed for Internet traffic, before
passing them to a router connected to an ISP POP.

A)

Internet steering system

B)

optical
-
electrical converter

C)

WAP proxy

D)

cable modem termination system

E)

fixed wireless system



29.

The multipo
int version of fixed wireless is sometimes known as:

A)

point
-
to
-
multipoint

B)

point
-
to
-
point

C)

CA*Net3

D)

DOCSIS

E)

DSLAM



30.

___________ is designed to enable the use of normal Web applications on computers
and devices with small display screen
operating over low speed wireless connections.

A)

CA*Net3

B)

The Abilene network

C)

Internet 2

D)

Wireless Application Protocol

E)

X.25 protocol




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31.

A transceiver at the WAP gateway passes requests to a __________ server from a
handheld device.

A)

main distribution

B)

Internet Society

C)

local loop

D)

wireless telephony application

E)

line splitter



32.

A ____________ translates a wireless application request to HTTP and sends it over the
Internet to the desired Web server.

A)

passive optica
l scanner

B)

local loop

C)

cable modem

D)

peer

E)

WAP proxy



33.

Running fiber optic cable into the home as an alternative networking technology to DSL
is called:

A)

passive optical networking

B)

active optical networking

C)

passive fibrous networ
king

D)

active fibrous networking

E)

wireless networking



34.

In passive optical networking, the optical signal has a maximum length of about
__________.

A)

500 meters

B)

1000 meters

C)

1 mile

D)

5 miles

E)

10 miles



35.

_________ is being pione
ered by Yipes.com.

A)

Active fibrous networking

B)

The Abilene network

C)

CA*Net3

D)

Ethernet to the home

E)

Next Generation Internet




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36.

One advantage of _____________ is that no conversations between LAN and WAN
protocols are needed.

A)

active f
ibrous networking

B)

The Abilene network

C)

CA*Net3

D)

ethernet to the home

E)

Next Generation Internet



37.

The closest the Internet has to an “owning” organization is the ___________.



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41.

The _________operates like
the IETF through small research groups focused on
specific issues.

A)

Internet Society

B)

University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development

C)

Internet Engineering Steering Committee

D)

Internet Architecture Board

E)

Internet Research Task Forc
e



42.

In 1996, The National Science foundation provided $100 Million to start the
___________ program to develop the very
-
high
-
performance Backbone Network
Service.

A)

CA*Net3

B)

UCAID

C)

Next Generation Internet

D)

Internet 2

E)

WAP proxy



43.

I
nternet 2 is also known as:

A)

CA*Net3

B)

IETF

C)

Next Generation Internet

D)

the Abilene network

E)

passive optical networking



44.

CA*Net3 was developed by a Canadian organization known as:

A)

IETF

B)

ARDNOC

C)

ADSL

D)

RFC

E)

UCAID



45.

Whi
ch of the following new Internet efforts was started by 34 universities?

A)

CA*net 3

B)

ARDNOC

C)

vBNS

D)

NGI

E)

UCAID




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46.

vBNS was developed by one organization, but is currently being run by another
organization, _____________.

A)

AT&T

B)

Sprin
t

C)

Yipes

D)

MCI WorldCom

E)

the Abilene network



47.

Which of the following groups developed the Canadian next generation Internet?

A)

MCI WorldCom

B)

ARDNOC

C)

UCAID

D)

Yipes

E)

NSF



48.

Which of the following groups developed Internet 2?

A
)

MCI WorldCom

B)

ARDNOC

C)

UCAID

D)

Yipes

E)

ISOC



49.

A high
-
speed Internet has a set of access points called ____pops that provide point
-
of
-
presence at ________ speeds.

A)

giga, gigabit

B)

mega, megabit

C)

multi, multibit

D)

giga, megabit

E)

multi, gigabit