IT Foundations: Introduction to TCP/IP
Terms in this set (20)
What are the common protocols for TCP/IP?
Process/Application: Telnet, FTP, LPD, SNMP, TFTP, SMTP, NFS, and HTTP.
Host-to-host: TCP, UDP
Internet: ICMP, ARP, RARP, IP
Network Access: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Token Ring, FDDI
What is AFP?
Apple filing protocol.
_________ used with appletalk protocol and is similar to FTP. This protocol was replaced with SMB.
Apple Filing Protocol
_________ is a microsoft-developed enchancement of SMB protocol. The intent behind this protocol is to share files and printers between computers, regardless of the operating system.
Common Internet Filing system
What protocol is a protocol and application?
_________ protocol downloads emails securely.
What are the advantages of IMAP over POP3?
1.) IMAP allows you to stay connected to the server.
2.) Sends new email to the email client to download.
3.) Allows email to stay on the server and not download to the client machine.
4.) Allows multiple people to be connected to the mailbox at the same time.
5.) Allows changes to happen in real-time.
What is the current version of IMAP?
The _____________ is a directory services protocol based on the X.500 standard. _________ is designed to access information stored in an information directory typically known as an ______ directory or _________ database.
Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP)
A management device called an __________ server can be set up to collect data from these devices (called _________) and ensure that your network is operating properly.
Simple Network Management Protocol, Agents
What is the current version for SNMP?
What are the Well-known ports?
What are the Registered Ports?
TCP/IP applications combine the host's IP address with the port number in order to communicate. This combination is known as a ______?
What are the protocol and port numbers?
FTP: tcp, 20,21
SSH: tcp, 22
Telnet: tcp, 23
SMTP: tcp, 25
DNS: tcp/udp, 53
HTTP: tcp, 80
DHCP: udp, 67
POP3: tcp, 110
SMB/CIFS: tcp, 137-139,445
IMAP4: tcp, 143
SNMP: udp, 161
LDAP: tcp, 389
AFP: tcp, 427,548
HTTPS: tcp, 443
RDP: tcp, 3389
What is the range of a class A, B, C, D, and E ?
Class A: 0-127
Class B: 128-191
Class C: 192-223
Class D: 224-239
Class E: 240-255
What is the purpose for Class A, B, C, D, and E?
Class A: Very large networks
Class B: Mid-sized networks
Class C: Small networks
Class D: Reserved for multicast ( sending messages to multiple systems.)
Class E: Reserved for testing.
What is the loopback address?
127.0.0.1 and it's used for troubleshooting network adapters.
_________________ is a TCP/IP standard used to automatically configure IP-based hosts that are unable to reach a DHCP server.
Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)
The Interface ID portion of the address can be created in one of four ways. It can be created automatically using the _____________, ________________,_____________, or ______________.
interface's MAC address, procured from a DHCPv6 server, assigned randomly, or configured manually