Activity 2 Network Protocols

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Activity 2

Network

Protocols


Matching


Match each correct item with the statement below
.

a.

User Datagram Protocol (UDP)

b.

Internet Protocol (IP)

c.

Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)

d.

Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)

e.

Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP)

f.

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP)

g.

Sequenced Packet Exchange (SPX)

h.

Internet Packet Exchange (IPX)

i.

Service Advertising Protocol (SAP)

j.

NetWare Core Protocol (NCP)



__a
_

1.

A connectionless data transport service and member of the TCP/IP suite.


__
j
__

2.

Member of the IPX/SPX suite t
hat handles requests for services, such as printing and file access, between clients
and servers.


__
g
__

3.

Member of the IPX/SPX suite that ensures that data are received whole, in sequence, and error free.


__
d
__

4.

Member of the TCP/IP suite that belong
s to the Transport layer and provides reliable data delivery services.


__
h
__

5.

Member of the IPX/SPX suite that provides routing and internetwork services.


_
_
e
___

6.

Member of the TCP/IP suite that notifies the sender when something goes wrong in the tr
ansmission process and
the packets are not delivered.


__
c
__

7.

Obtains the physical address of the host, or node, and then creates a local database that maps the address to the
host's logical address.


__
i
__

8.

Member of the IPX/SPX suite that routers and

servers use to advertise to the network which services they can
provide.


_
_b
___

9.

Member of the TCP/IP suite that provides information about how and where data should be delivered.


_
_f
___
10.

When used to assign IP addresses, it can nearly eliminate du
plicate
-
addressing problems.


Short Answer



11.

What does it mean to say that TCP/IP internetworks?

You can connect more than one type of network through a
router.




What enables TCP/IP to internetwork?

You can connect a segment of LAN.



12.

When is NetBEUI most commonly used today?
To integrate small Microsoft based TCP/IP with larger network
such as Legacy.