LAN Concepts Assessment

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This LAN Concepts assessment is designed to assess a assessment taker's general knowledge of local area networks and the associated technologies. Topics covered by this assessment include protocols, network topologies, client/server computing and troubleshooting. This assessment is appropriate for assessment takers that have a year or more experience as a network administrator.

Assessments for Network Security and Network Administration are also available.

Number of questions 39
Test format Multiple-Choice
Time to complete Varies by skill
Topics covered Client/Server Computing
Network Topologies
Networking Hardware
TCP/IP
Tasks tested Adjusting Firewall Rules Troubleshooting
Cable Length Specifications
Command-Line Utility Open Port
Communication Breakdown Troubleshooting
Cross-Talk Resistant Cable
Datagram Route
Divide a Switch into Two Networks
Ethernet Troubleshooting
Fault Tolerant Network Topology
Frame Inside of a Frame
Group of Interconnected LANs
Host Addressing
IEEE 802.5 Topology
IP Address Troubleshooting
IP Routing that Uses RIP
IPv4 Address for Broadcast
Links Configured Between Nodes
MAC Addresses
Multilayer Switch
Network Layer Hardware
Network Topology
Packets Error Checking Part
Ping Command Protocol
Protocol Affected by Blocked Port
Protocol for Monitoring Network Devices Remotely
Public IP Address
QoS Purpose
Router OSI Model Layer
Spanning-Tree Port States
Switch and New MAC Address
Telnet Ports
Three Parts of TCP/IP Handshake
Traffic Broadcast to All Nodes
Transport Layer Protocols
UDP-Based Routing Protocols
Unable to Browse the Internet
Unable to Connect to Network Resources
Unroutable Protocols
Utility for Active Connections
Supported languages ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ English (en_US)