18. What does a router do in Networking? Choose all that apply.
- A router can only send data to a computer on the same network.
- A router utilizes network protocols to help determine where to send data packets.
- A router sends ones and zeros through a beam of light.
- A router connects devices together and helps direct network traffic.
21. You're browsing the Web, and type in www.google.com in the address line. Instead of the website, an error screen appears. You type in 126.96.36.199, and the Google website comes up. What's the most likely reason for this?
- Address line is for the IP address only, not the domain name.
- There’s a problem with your Internet connection.
- Web addresses must be entered in lowercase.
- There’s a problem in your network’s DNS configuration.
26. What does TCP/IP stand for?
- Transmit Control Protocol and the Intelligence Protocol
- Transmission Control Protocol and the Interconnection Protocol
- Transmission Control Protocol and the Internet Protocol
- Transit Control Protocol and the Internet Protocol
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29. Concerning IP address shortages, what is the most important difference between IPv4 and IPv6?
- IPv6 addresses are more secure.
- There are many, many more potential IPv6 addresses than IPv4 addresses.
- IPv6 addresses are simpler and therefore easier to remember than IPv4 addresses.
- It will be less expensive for a company to have multiple IPv6 addresses as compared to IPv4 addresses.