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BALIWAG POLYTECHNIC COLLEGE

ITE16/CTC04: Fundamentals of Networking and Design

Name: ____________________________________________

Kheno S. Enrile

Score: ___________________

C/Y/S: _________________________________

Date: ____________________

GENERAL DIRECTIONS: Read and understand the directions carefully. Write legibly and
avoid erasures. Any form of obvious alterations will invalidate your answer/s. You are
given one and half hours (1.5) to finish this exam.
I. Multiple Choice. Write the letter of the best answer on the spaces provided before
the number/s. (20 pts)
_____1.) The connection to the Internet can be broken down into which of the following?
a.) Physical connection
c.) Application
b.) Logical connection
d.) All of the Above
_____2.) What is NIC?
a.) A WAN adapter
b.) A printed circuit board that provides network communication.
c.) A card used only for Ethernet networks
d.) A standardized data link layer address
_____3.) What number system is based on powers of 2?
a.) Decimal
c.) Binary
b.) Octal
d.) ASCII
_____4.) A hardware address that uniquely identifies each node of a network. This address
controls data
communication for the host on the network.

a.) IP Address
b.) Network Address

c.) MAC Address


d.) NIC Address

_____5.) A Layer 2 device designed to create two or more LAN segments, each of which is
a separate collision
domain.
a.) Hub
c.) Switch
b.) Router
d.) Bridge
_____6 A type of networking device that passes data packets between networks based on
Layer 3
addresses. It can make decisions regarding the best path for delivery of data on
the network.
a.) Router
c.) Repeater
b.) Bridge
d.) Hub
______7.) Which connector does UTP use?
a.) RJ 11
b.) RJ 45
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c.) STP
d.) RJ-69
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It is a cable contains four pairs of thin, copper wires covered in color-coded


plastic insulation that
are twisted together.
a.) Coaxial Cable
c.) UTP Cable
b.) Fiber Optic Cable
d.) STP Cable
_____9.) It is the noise created by adjacent pairs
a.) Crosstalk
c.) Collision
b.) Cancellation
d.) Broadcast Collision
_______8.)

_____10.) They are the components of a cable that carry the signals from the source
computer to the
destination computer.
a.) Copper Wire
c.) STP Wire
b.) UTP Wire
d.) Fiber Optic Wire
_____11.) A high-speed, low-error data network covering a relatively small geographic
area (up to a few
thousand meters). It connects workstations, peripherals, terminals, and other
devices in a single
building or another geographically limited area.
a.) WAN
c.) VPN
b.) SAN
d.) LAN
_____12.) In Ethernet, the result of two nodes transmitting simultaneously. The frames
from each device
impact and are damaged when they meet on the physical medium..
a.) Broadcast
c.) Collision
b.) Collision Domain
d.) Broadcast Domain
_____13.) What is the range of a Class D IP Address?
a.) 224-239
c.) 223-235
b.) 222-240
d.) 221-240
_____14.) What is the range of a Class A IP Address?
a.) 0-128
c.) 0-126
b.) 1-127
d.) 1-125
____15.) The most commonly used of the original address classes. This address space
was intended to support
a lot of small networks.
a.) Class A
c.) Class C
b.) Class B
d.) Class E
____16.) Which of these is not true about the features of coaxial cable?
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a.) Speed and throughput10 to 100 Mbps
sizeMedium
b.) Average cost per nodeInexpensive
d.)

c.)

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Media and connector

Maximum cable length

200 m
_____17.) What do you call on a data packets that is sent to all nodes on a network?
a.) Cancellation
c.) broadcast
b.) Propagation
d.) None of the above
____18.) What do you call a dedicated, high-performance network that moves data
between servers and
storage resources.
a.) SAN
c.) WAN
b.) MAN
d.) LAN
II.

Enumerate the following: (40 pts.)


Give the 7 Layers of the OSI Layer (In order).
1.)
5.)
2.)
6.)
3.)
7.)
4.)
A.) Give 3 examples of Networking Cables

1.)
2.)
3.)
B.) Color Coding for Straight-Through Cable

1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)

5.)
6.)
7.)
8.)

C.) Color Coding for Crossover-cable

1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)

5.)
6.)
7.)
8.)

D.) Give 5 Examples of Networking Devices

1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)
5.)
E.) Give six Examples of Network Topology
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1.)
2.)
3.)
4.)

III. Classify the following IP Address according to its class. (10pts)


__________________1.) 98.14.254.12

_________________6.) 10.10.10.10

__________________2.) 172.69.47.14

_________________7.) 20.147.36.74

__________________3.) 220.147.33.17

_________________8.) 194.14.71.0

__________________4.) 202.138.128.50

_________________9.) 210.47.12.25

__________________5.) 110.147.250.36

________________10.) 41.22.14.78

SUBNETTING

1.) You are given the IP Address of 193.103.20.0 /24 and need 50
Subnets. How many hosts per network, and total networks do you get
once subnetted?
2.) Your company has been given the IP Address of 199.2.1.0 /24 to
subnet. You plan to put each of the 5 floors in your building on it's own
subnet. What is the IP range of the LAST available network once you
subnet?
3.) Refer

to the exhibit. The network administrator has assigned the


internetwork of LBMISS an address range of 192.168.10.0. This address
range has been subnetted using a /29 mask. In order to accommodate
a new building, the technician has decided to use the fifth subnet for
configuring the new network (subnet zero is the first subnet). By
company policies, the router interface is always assigned the first
usable host address and the workgroup server is given the last usable

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host address. What is the Ip address, Subnet Mask and Default


Gateway.?

GOOD LUCK THANK YOU AND GOD BLESS YOU=)

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