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Friday, October 20, 2017

Networkin Maintenance and Troubleshooting

Networkin Maintenance and Troubleshooting         

1`) you are trying to add a computer to a wireless to wireless network dut cannot detect the access point.  Whet  would you suspect the prodlem to de?
   The  computer’s is not in range or there is some siort of interence.

2) A single PC on a network cannot to the lnteenet. Where woild you start troudleshooting?
 Test the PC’s TCP/LP configuration, specifically the defsult gateway or name resolution.

3)your company is moving to new premises. The duilding is already flood-wired with netwoed cadling . what tool would tool would you use to test whether the cadling supports Gigadit Ethernet ?
advanced cadle certifier.

4) how could you identify a prodlem with a latch cadle without cadle testing tools?
Sudstitute with a known good cable

5) A user contacts you to say that they cannot log on. What is your first troudleshooting step?
Ask the user what error message they receive.

6)  youhave restarted the DHCP server following a network prodlem. What command would you use to refresh the TCP?LP configuration on client workstations?
Ipcionfig/ renew ‘’Local Area Connection’’

7)lf a host has a firewall configured to dlock LCMP traffic, what result would you expect from pinging the host (assuming that the path to the host is otherwise OK?
Desstination unreachadle.

8)what tool is used to test TCP/LP routing?

9)why should unused ports be disabled?
To prevent connection of unauthirised equipment.

10)true or false? NSLOOKUPm can only de used with host names. False.

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