MCQs on Computer Networking - 8

1. ……………….. bridge operates in promiscuous mode.

(A) Transparent bridge
(B) Selective flooding
(C) Source Routing
(D) Remote Bridges



2. In which routing method do all the routers have a common database?

(A) Distance Vector
(B) Link Vector
(C) Shortest path
(D) Link State



3. If the buffer fills and a packet segment is dropped, then dropping all the rest of the segments from that packet, since they will be useless anyway is called ………………..

(A) Priority dropping
(B) Tail dropping
(C) Age based dropping
(D) None of these



4. Which is the main function of transport layer?

(A) Node to node delivery
(B) End to end delivery
(C) Synchronization
(D) Updating and maintaining routing tables



5. Which address identifies a process on a host?

(A) physical address
(B) logical address
(C) port address
(D) specific address



6. Which of the following of the TCP/IP protocols is the used for transferring files from one machine to another?

(A) FTP
(B) SMTP 
(C) SNMP           
(D) Rpe



7. Header of a frame generally contains

(A) synchronization bytes
(B) addresses
(C) frame identifier
(D) all of the mentioned




8. A subset of a network that includes all the routers but contains no loops is called

(A) spanning tree
(B) spider structure
(C) spider tree
(D) none of the mentioned



9. Automatic repeat request error management mechanism is provided by

(A) logical link control sublayer
(B) media access control sublayer
(C) network interface control sublayer
(D) none of the mentioned



10. Multidestination routing

(A) is same as broadcast routing
(B) contains the list of all destinations
(C) data is not sent by packets
(D) none of the mentioned



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