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kousaka123
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« on: August 19, 2005, 02:40:48 PM »

Describe the feature of the Q1.IPv6 address. (Three are chosen. )
a.Preceding 0 is omissible.
b.Preceding 0 is not omissible.
c.(Roll Eyes is used for the delimitation.
d.Consecutive 0 is omissible in (Roll Eyes.
e. Two or more IP is necessary for one node.
f.The kind of the address is an unicast, Enicast, a multicast, and a broadcast.

I selected a.c.d. Does e mean a local thing for the link?
Is anyone doing a better insight?

Q2 . It accesses the center from each state on the network in the hospital. Hereafter, is information on the throat important when connecting it for 24 hours?

a.Critical level of application
b.Overhead of data link
c.Attestation of application
d.Routing protocol that supports application

I selected c.
Is anyone doing a better insight?

Q3 . The customer support done with existing WAN is reaching the ceiling every year at the growth rate of 20%. The review of the network was demanded by the director.

Choose two deeply related one.
a.Frequency of board of directors
b.Topology on existing network
c.Growth rate in the future
d.Improvement of customer support

I selected c.d.
Is anyone doing a better insight?

Q4 . Is man power included in a technological target?
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« Reply #1 on: September 13, 2005, 03:23:49 PM »

hey where did you get these questions?
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« Reply #2 on: September 14, 2005, 11:12:55 AM »

so what's  a enicast ?
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