1、You are the administrator of a Windows 2000 network. You install Windows 2000 Professional on a new computer and configure the TCP/IP settings to have a static IP address. While testing network connectivity from the new computer, you discover an error in the DNS server address that is configured in the TCP/IP settings. You configure the correct DNS server address, which is 10.1.1.5. However, you are still unable to successfully connect to network resources by name. You run the IPconfig/all command. The results indicate that the DNS server address is now configured as 0.0.0.0
You need to ensure that the computer can connect to network resources by name. What should you do?
A. Stop and restart the DNS Client service.
B. Add 10.1.1.5 to the DNS server list on the TCP/IP Advanced Properties tab.
C. Add an A (host) record for the computer to the DNS server’s zone file.
D. Configure your DHCP server to have a DNS server address of 10.1.1.5.
2、Which three are examples of the functions of connection oriented services? (Choose three)
A. Connection parameters are synchronized.
B. Any loss or duplication of packets can be corrected.
C. The data packet is independently routed and the service does not guarantee the packet will be processed in order.
D. A data communication path is established between the requesting entity and the peer device on the remote end system.
3、You install Windows 2000 Professional on your computer at home. You create a new dial-up connection to connect to your company's remote access server. You configure the connection to use both of your external modems and to use Multilink to bind the modems together. You start the dial-up connection to connect to the remote access server. You notice that only one of the modems is connected to the remote access server.
What should you do?
A. Configure the dial-up connection to use a SLIP connection.
B. Configure the company's remote access server to accept Multilink connections.
C. Replace your modems with new modems that support Multilink.
D. Grant your user account Multilink permission on the company's remote access server.
4、You are creating a shared Internet connection on your Windows 2000 Professional computer. You want to enable other computers on the LAN to be able to access only HTTP and FTP sites on the Internet.
What should you do? (Choose all that apply)
A. Configure your shared Internet connection to disable LCP extensions.
B. Configure your shared Internet connection to disable on-demand dialing.
C. Create an Internet Connection Sharing application type for HTTP to use remote server for port 25.
D. Create an Internet Connection Sharing application type for HTTP to use remote server port 80.
E. Create the Internet Connection Sharing application type for FTP to use remote server port 21.
F. Create an Internet Connection Sharing application type for FTP to use remote server port 72.
5、Which of the following are reasons to use VLANs? (Choose three.)
A. They increase the size of collision domains.
B. They allow logical grouping of users by function.
C. They enhance network security.
D. They increase the size of broadcast domains while decreasing the number of broadcast domains.
E. They increase the number of broadcasts domain while decreasing their size.
F. The simplify switch administration.
6、The network at Testing Ltd. consists of one Windows NT Server 4.0 domain and 35 Windows 2000 Professional computers. The Testing network consists of five interconnected TCP/IP subnets. All of the computers use TCP/IP as the only network protocol. You are adding 15 Windows 2000 Professional computers to the network. You want to enable the Windows 2000 Professional computers to resolve NetBIOS names to TCP/IP addresses.
What should you do?
A. Install a DHCP server. Configure each computer to use DHCP.
B. Install a WINS server. Configure each computer to use WINS.
C. Create a Lmhosts.sam file on each computer. Add an entry containing the TCP/IP address and NetBIOS name for each computer on the network.
D. Create a Hosts.sam file on each computer. Add an entry containing the TCP/IP address and NetBIOS name for each computer on the network.
7、Your routed TCP/IP network consists of 10 Windows 2000 Server computers and 75 Windows 2000 Professional computers. Your network uses TCP/IP as the only network protocol. You are installing 10 new Windows 2000 Professional computers. You want to enable the new computers to use NetBIOS names to connect to all shared resources as the network. You configure a TCP/IP address and a subnet mask on each new computer.
Which 2 additional TCP/IP properties should you configure on each new computer? (Choose two)
A. The bindings.
B. A DNS address.
C. A Gateway address.
D. A WINS server address.
E. A DHCP server address.
8、Spanning-Tree was originally developed by DEC. What is the reason Spanning-Tree is used in a switched LAN?
A. To provide a mechanism for network monitoring in switched environments.
B. To prevent routing loops in networks with redundant paths.
C. To prevent routing switching loops in networks with redundant switched paths.
D. To manage, the addition, deletion, and naming of VLANs across multiple switches.
E. To segment a network into multiple collision domains.
9、Switches have three primary modes to handle frame switching. Which one of these modes looks at the destination address and then immediately forwards the frame to the destination?
B. FULL DUPLEX
C. CUT THROUGH
D. HALF DUPLEX
F. STORE AND FORWARD
10、Which of the following correctly identifies switched and routed data flow?
A. Switches create a single collision domain and a single broadcast domain. Routers provide separate broadcast domains.
B. Switches create separate collision domains but a single broadcast domain. Routers provide separate broadcast domains.
C. Switches create a single collision domain and a separate broadcast domain. Router provides a separate broadcast domain as well.
D. Switches create separate collision domains and separate broadcast domains. Routers provide separate collision domains.
11. You are the network administrator for your company. You have two offices, one in Denver and one in Houston. Management wants to create a secure VPN connection between the two offices to facilitate transfer of information between locations. It is suggested that you use the most current VPN protocols that Windows 2000 provides and avoid using the proprietary PPTP. When you set up the VPN, which protocol will be used to secure the information traveling across the link?
12、You have a group of four servers running the same applications on your Windows 2000 network. The servers each have separate IP addresses but a common logical name. What method does DNS use for forwarding requests to such an application server setup, either with round-robin name resolution or by prioritized list?
A. Cluster load balancing
B. Server clustering
C. DNS load balancing
D. Recursive forward lookup
13、You are the network administrator for your company. Currently, you are setting up a secure intranet for users on the network. It will contain public information, such as phone lists and company-wide memos. Users will also be able to access an electronic time clock and access their 401(k) information from their machines. Of course, security is a concern. You decide to implement certificates. Management wants to make sure that no one will be able to hack the security and that users
will only be able to access their own information. You are to give a presentation on the benefits of using a certificate authority (CA).
What cryptographic methodology does this service use?
B. symmetric key encryption
14、You are the network administrator for Testing. The network consists of a single Active Directory domain testing.com. All domain controllers have the DNS service installed. You configure a new UNIX server to act as a secondary DNS server that is authoritative for the DNS zone. You create a host (A) record for the UNIX server in the DNS zone. You configure the DNS zone to allow zone transfers to all servers.
You need to configure the DNS zone to accommodate the new UNIX server. What should you do?
A. Add a name server (NS) resource record for the UNIX server to the DNS zone.
B. Add the UNIX server to the start of authority (SOA) resource record for the DNS zone.
C. Add a global service locator (SRV) resource record that includes the UNIX server as a host.
D. Add a LDAP service locator (SRV) resource record that includes the UNIX server as a host.