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02 - Network Protocols

 1. What is a network protocol?

  A type of packet that is transmitted along the network

  A cable that allows data transmission through the network

  A type of switch that is artificially intelligent and controls the network

  A set of rules that apply to how across a network (e.g. rules that govern a network)

 2. A good communication protocol should include how to set up a connection, how to end a connection, how to start a message and….

  All of the above

  How to format the data that is being sent

  How to deal with corrupted data

  How to end a message

 3. When the correct protocols (rules) are in place, hardware creators/makers have a good chance of their devices working on a network using that protocol

  FALSE

  TRUE

 4. The word 'protocol' simply means:

  a set of programmers

  a set of cables

  a set of parts

   a set of rules

 5. The protocol used for communicating over the internet is called:

  TCP/IP

  TELNET

  MCP/PIN

  ISP

 6. TCP/IP has two parts: the Transmission converted protocol and the Internet Placement protocol.

  TRUE

  FALSE

 7. What does the TCP protocol do?

  It prepares messages for transmission and reassembles any received messages

  It enforces the use of specific programming languages such as Java and Python

  It helps the users using the internet to be more knowledgeable about routing data

  It monitors behaviour and security across the internet

 8. _______________ is the protocol underlying the World Wide Web and webpages are sent and received using this protocol.
Note: any webpage beginning with ___________ is using this protocol!

  ISP

  WWW

  HTTP

  IBM

 9. FTP allows you to upload and download files and folders easily and it stands for:

  Failed Trapping Protocol

  File Transformation Plan

  File Trip Protocol

  File Transfer Protocol

 10. POP, IMAP and SMTP are all protocols relating to:

  The Internet in general

  Web pages

  Email

  Home networks

 11. ______________ is a wireless protocol that was developed to allow devices that are reasonably close to exchange data.

  Wired

  Ethernet

  Bluetooth

  Telnet

 12. ____________ is a family of protocols responsible for sending and receiving data along a network cable.
_________ is used most commonly for putting together a LAN

  Ethernet

  Wired

  Bluetooth

  Telnet

 13. The purpose of the HTTP protocol is to ensure emails are sent and received accurately.

  TRUE

  FALSE

 14. What does SMTP stand for?

  Server Map Transform Protocol

  Simple Mail Transfer Protocol

  Server Mail Transmission Protocol

  None of the above

 15. Which of the following is not a real IP address?

  192.168.2.338

  192.168.2.3

  192.168.2.156

  192.168.2.138

 16. Rules of Network Protocol include guidelines that regulate the following: network access method, allowed physical topologies and _____________

  acceptable users and setting passwords for all internet users

  None of the above

  types of modems and acceptable users (e.g. hackers are not allowed)

  types of cabling, and speed of data transfer

 17. Ethernet uses an access method called CSMA/CD (Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection). This is a system where …

  each computer does not have to wait or listen to the cable and sends data directly to all nodes

   each computer listens to the cable before sending anything through the network

  each computer is connected to the other via satellite waves

  each computer is made into a hotspot so it receives the internet from itself

 18. Sometimes, two computers attempt to transmit at the same instant. A _______________ occurs when this happens.

  collision

  intraconnection

  interconnection

  connection

 19. The Internet Protocol (IP) is the method or protocol by which …

  each computer is connected to different cables

  computers are packaged and sent across the internet

  None of the above

  data is sent from one computer to another on the Internet

 20. Which of these is not a protocol?

  HTTP

  TCP/IP

  HTTPS

  PIP