Flashcards for Chapter 4 of the Cisco 1 Networking class.
Unshielded Twisted Pair
What kind of cable is this?
It is too complex to show.
Why is the internet often represented by a cloud?
Who wrote this curriculum?
What kind of cable transmits data using light?
What is the internet mainly made up of?
What kind of high speed internet can you get from most telephone companies?
What terminal type application do you use with Windows?
What would you call this upload/download speed?
What are processors measured in? (smallest)
What is the normal amount of electricity sent across a cable to represent a binary "1"?
What level of internet service is the cheapest and slowest?
No (but I do it anyways!)
Should you keep your computer like this?
How are files moved across the internet? (one big packet or many packets)
What class of IP addresses go to testing?
What class of IP addresses go to multicasting?
The computer (the monitor at least) is on
What is wrong with what the guy is doing in this picture?
What class of IP addresses go to the huge businesses, corperations, and governments?
What class of IP addresses go to the smaller networks?
What class of IP addresses go to the medium sized networks?
Is this more likely a host or a server?
Is this more of a logical or a physical map?
Kilobit per second
What does Kbps stand for?
Do most home internet connections have faster speeds when downloading, uploading, or is there no difference?
Do most server internet connections have faster speeds when downloading, uploading, or is there no difference?
Would you normally use a coaxial or a UTP cable in a home network?
What address identifies your physical device, come with your computer, and cannot be changed without replacing your NIC?
How many bytes are in a kilobyte?
Which is bigger, 5 KBps or 5 Mbps?
Which is bigger, 1,000 KBps or 1,005 Kbps?
What is a super slow, annoying, cheap way to get internet that uses the phones lines to transmit analog signals?
What is 11111111 in decimal?
Could you use a UTP cable 150 meters long in an area with extremely low electro-magnetic interference without much signal degradation?
Could you use a UTP cable 75 meters long in an are with extremely high electro-magnetic interference without much signal degradation?
UTP (ha sucker you thought it was STP because of the picture)
Which is cheaper, UTP or STP?
Which blocks electro-magnetic interference, UTP or STP?
Should you use a UTP or a fiber optic cable to connect 2 buildings?
Is 120 KBps a reasonable connection speed?
Which is easier to upgrade, a laptop or a desktop?
Would it be nice to have 512 MB of RAM?
How many computers are in this picture?
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