Network address translation

a) (NAT) is the process your router usesto keep track of packets and their corresponding private or public IP addresses.

b) allows you to use the Internet as you are on the go, such as using a cell phone to collect your email while you are traveling by train.

c) contains circuitry that converts the data‑carrying signals from your computer to signals that can travel over various communications channels.

d) equipment and links are tied together by network access points(NAPs), so that, for example, data can begin its journey on a Verizon link and then cross over to a Sprint link, if necessary, to reach its destination.

e) Backbone links and routers are maintained by network service providers(NSPs), such as AT&T, Cogent Communications, Hurricane Electric, Sprint, and Verizon

Network service providers

a) Backbone links and routers are maintained by network service providers(NSPs), such as AT&T, Cogent Communications, Hurricane Electric, Sprint, and Verizon

b) allows you to use the Internet as you are on the go, such as using a cell phone to collect your email while you are traveling by train.

c) contains circuitry that converts the data‑carrying signals from your computer to signals that can travel over various communications channels.

d) equipment and links are tied together by network access points(NAPs), so that, for example, data can begin its journey on a Verizon link and then cross over to a Sprint link, if necessary, to reach its destination.

e) (NAT) is the process your router usesto keep track of packets and their corresponding private or public IP addresses.

P2P file sharing

a) allows users to obtain files from other users located anywhere on the Internet.

b) efers to data that never reaches its destination or gets discarded because it arrives too late to be of any use.

c) (Packet Internet Groper), which sends a signal to a specific Internet address and waits for a reply.

d) (or port scan) is the use of automated software to locate com‑puters that have open ports and are vulnerable to unauthorized access.

e) allows you to easily move your access device, as in the case of vehicle‑mounted satellite dishes that can be deployed when the vehicle is parked.

Packet loss

a) refers to data that never reaches its destination or gets discarded because it arrives too late to be of any use. Packet loss of less than 2% is required for acceptable VoIP

b) (Packet Internet Groper), which sends a signal to a specific Internet address and waits for a reply.

c) (or port scan) is the use of automated software to locate com‑puters that have open ports and are vulnerable to unauthorized access.

d) allows you to easily move your access device, as in the case of vehicle‑mounted satellite dishes that can be deployed when the vehicle is parked.

e) is a non‑routable IP address that can be used within a LAN, but not for internet data transport.

Ping

a) (Packet Internet Groper), which sends a signal to a specific Internet address and waits for a reply.

b) refers to data that never reaches its destination or gets discarded because it arrives too late to be of any use. Packet loss of less than 2% is required for acceptable VoIP

c) (or port scan) is the use of automated software to locate com‑puters that have open ports and are vulnerable to unauthorized access.

d) allows you to easily move your access device, as in the case of vehicle‑mounted satellite dishes that can be deployed when the vehicle is parked.

e) is a non‑routable IP address that can be used within a LAN, but not for internet data transport.

Port probe

a) (or port scan) is the use of automated software to locate com‑puters that have open ports and are vulnerable to unauthorized access.

b) refers to data that never reaches its destination or gets discarded because it arrives too late to be of any use. Packet loss of less than 2% is required for acceptable VoIP

c) (Packet Internet Groper), which sends a signal to a specific Internet address and waits for a reply.

d) allows you to easily move your access device, as in the case of vehicle‑mounted satellite dishes that can be deployed when the vehicle is parked.

e) is a non‑routable IP address that can be used within a LAN, but not for internet data transport.

Portable Internet access

a) allows you to easily move your access device, as in the case of vehicle‑mounted satellite dishes that can be deployed when the vehicle is parked.

b) refers to data that never reaches its destination or gets discarded because it arrives too late to be of any use. Packet loss of less than 2% is required for acceptable VoIP

c) (Packet Internet Groper), which sends a signal to a specific Internet address and waits for a reply.

d) (or port scan) is the use of automated software to locate com‑puters that have open ports and are vulnerable to unauthorized access.

e) is a non‑routable IP address that can be used within a LAN, but not for internet data transport.

Private IP address

a) is a non routable IP address that can be used within a LAN, but not for internet data transport.

b) refers to data that never reaches its destination or gets discarded because it arrives too late to be of any use. Packet loss of less than 2% is required for acceptable VoIP

c) (Packet Internet Groper), which sends a signal to a specific Internet address and waits for a reply.

d) (or port scan) is the use of automated software to locate com‑puters that have open ports and are vulnerable to unauthorized access.

e) allows you to easily move your access device, as in the case of vehicle‑mounted satellite dishes that can be deployed when the vehicle is parked.

Protocol suite

a) is a combination of protocols that work together. TCP(Transmission Control Protocol) breaks a message or file into packets

b) allows people to exchange short messages while they are online.

c) is one that can be accessed by packets on the Internet

d) device that modulates the data signals from a computer into a frequency band that can be carried to the satellite dish, where it is converted to another frequency,

e) is a means of distributing always on, high speed asymmetric Internet access by broadcasting signals to and from a personal satellite dish.


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