By request – a bit longer Network+ quiz featuring new 007 blueprint topics and lots of fun!
Network+ Exam 1
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What is the name of the wireless communications protocol that is used primarily for home automation?
Which IoT technology is commonly used in remote controls to transmit information using a form of light?
Which IPv6 address type is indicated by the first four hex characters of an address ranging from 2000 to 3999?
Globally routable unicast
What is the name of the protocol that is used with IPv6 to learn the layer 2 addresses that exist on the same local network?
Which MPLS element is the provider's router that connects to the customer?
When developing a site redundancy solution which option offers recovery but is the most time consuming on main site failure?
Which QoS mechanism does not reorder packets and simply uses first in, first out logic?
Which is the name of the physical security device that utilizes a fingerprint or facial recognition to verify identity?
Which of the following are recommendations when developing a password policy? (Choose 2)
Ensure that passwords don't expire
Ensure uniqueness from previous passwords
Don't allow spelled out complete words
Always allow proper names
Which DLP target activity level addresses data in operation?
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