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2 v3.1 CIS151 Module 2 JEOPARDY K. MartinG. Valencia

3 100 Acronyms Devices Topologies Misc. Encapsulation OSI ► ► ► F i n a l J e o p a r d y ◄ ◄ ◄

4 Question These operate over a small area - usually within a building or group of buildings Acronyms 100 A: What is a LAN?

5 \\ Question A: What is a WAN? These operate over a large geographic area Acronyms

6 Question A: What is a MAN? These operate over a limited geographic area, such as a city or suburb Acronyms 300

7 Question A: What is a SAN? A separate dedicated network for high- capacity file storage Acronyms 400

8 Question A: What is a VPN? Allows secure communication over a public network Acronyms 500

9 Question A: What is a Repeater? This device regenerates signals Devices

10 Question A: What is an Active Hub? This device concentrates connections and regenerates signals Devices

11 Question A: What is a Bridge? This device connects LANs and can convert date formats as the data travels from one LAN to another. Devices

12 Question A: What is a Workgroup Switch? This device tranfers data only to the connection that needs the data, but cannot convert data formats Devices

13 Question A: What is a Router? This device connects a LAN to a WAN Devices

14 Question A: What is a Bus Topology? All hosts connect directly to a backbone cable Topologies 100

15 Question A: What is a Ring Topology? Connects one host to the next, and so on, until the last host connects to the first host Topologies 200

16 Question A: What is a Star Topology? All hosts connect to a central point Topologies 300

17 Question A: What is a Mesh Topology? Each host connected to all other hosts Topologies 400

18 Question A: What is a Extended Star Topology? Multiple secondary central connection points connect to a primary conection point Topologies 500

19 Question A: What is Bandwidth? The maximum amount of data that can flow during a certain time interval. Misc. 100

20 Question A: What is Throughput? The actual amount of data that can flow during a certain time interval. Misc. 200

21 Question A: What is Application layer? HTTP is found on this layer of the TCP/IP model Misc. 300

22 Question A: What is Internet layer? IP is found on this layer of the TCP/IP model Misc. 400

23 Question A: What is Transport layer? TCP is found on this layer of the TCP/IP model Misc. 500

24 Question A: What is the Application layer? The OSI layer at which data is built Encapsulation 100

25 Question A: What is the Network layer? The OSI layer at which IP addresses are added to a data segment Encapsulation 200

26 Question A: What is the Physical layer? The OSI layer at which a frame is converted to a format to be sent across the media Encapsulation 300

27 Question A: What is the Transport layer? The OSI layer at which data is divided into segments Encapsulation 400

28 Question A: What is the Data Link layer? The OSI layer at which the packet is framed for delivery to the next device Encapsulation 500

29 Question A: What is the Physical layer? The OSI layer at which media is found OSI 100

30 Question A: What is the Transport layer? The OSI layer that deals with virtual circuits OSI 200

31 Question A: What is the Data Link layer? The OSI layer that deals with physical addresses and topologies OSI 300

32 Question A: What is the Application layer? The OSI layer that provides network services to programs OSI 400

33 Question A: What is the Network layer? The OSI layer in which best path decisions are made OSI 500

34 Question A: What are Protocol Data Unit (PDU)? The generic name for Segments, Packets, and Frames; used when a certain layer on one device communicates with the same layer on another device. Final Jeopardy


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