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1. What is the difference between TCP/IP and NETBEUI protocol?

Subscribe Asked by: vickeyab Latest Answer: The main difference is that NetBEUI is a non-routeable protocol so there is no moving packets from o... Last Updated By roman on November 21, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 2. What is FTP & UDP?What is the different version of IP? Subscribe Asked by: Ashish Kumar Latest Answer: Different versions of IP Address are IP version 4(32bytes) and IP version 6 (64bytes)... Last Updated By sandesh on November 26, 2007 (Answers : 2) Read / Answer 3. What is spanning tree? How it works in VLAN ? Subscribe Asked by: prashant Latest Answer: Spanning tree protocols main taks is to stop network loops from occurring on your layer 2 netw... Last Updated By Gaurav Mehta on October 15, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 4. What is HPOV? How does it works? What are its monitoring tools? Subscribe Asked by: Munish Gopal Latest Answer: HP Open View is a suite of business computer management or "e-ser vices" programs from He... Last Updated By karthikeyan.r on October 23, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 5. What is DHCP Server? Subscribe Asked by: Rohit Latest Answer: DHCP is used to assign ip address (which are defined in scope on ly) automatically to the system in ... Last Updated By Benerjee on August 28, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 6. Explain practical uses of Active Directory.What is printer server? Subscribe Asked by: Vikas Srivastava Latest Answer: Active directory As per name its the directory of active objects in you Domain. Active directory fir... Last Updated By amarjeet7 on September 06, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 7. What is Protocol? How many types of Protocols are there? Subscribe Asked by: prasadekonex Latest Answer: "Protocol" usually refers to a set of rules that define an exact format for communication between sy... Last Updated By Benerjee on July 23, 20 07 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 8. Can we have 2 DHCP servers within 1 network ? If No why ? If yes IP address will conflict or not. Subscribe Asked by: Pramod Latest Answer: Yes, we can create as much scopes on the same network. For this w hat we have to do:- First we can cr... Last Updated By anit vohra on November 22, 2007 (Answers: 6) Read / Answer 9. In which layer does RARP work? Why Subscribe Asked by: hameed

Latest Answer: Hi,RARP is Reverse Address Resolution Protocol. This protocol is working in Datalink layer. Coz it i... Last Updated By chandar on August 05, 2 007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 10. What do you check first when your network connection is not working? BIOS O /P devices I/P devic What do you check first when your network connection is not working? BIOS O/P de vices I/P devices Subscribe Asked by: pummy (Answers: 1) Read / Answer

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Un-Answered in Networking Interview Questions 1. What is intra-vlan How does it work Why do we use the router in between the t wo switch?Where we make... 2. Why is the broadcast model of transmission suitable for a LAN 3. What are TP-Lite and TP-Heavy Monitors? 4. List out the benefits obtained by using the Client/Server oriented TP Monitor sClient/Server applications... 5. What are the main components of Transaction-based Systems? 6. What is a TP Monitor? 7. What is the difference between an unspecified passive open and a fully specif ied passive open? 8. Explain the function of Transmission Control Block? 9. What is anonymous FTP and why would you use it? 10. What is a pseudo tty? 11. What is REX? 12. What does the Mount protocol do? 13. What is the difference between interior and exterior neighbor gateways? 14. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the three types of routing tabl es? 15. What is source route? 16. What is Proxy ARP? 17. What is a Multi-homed Host? 18. What is NVT (Network Virtual Terminal)? 19. What is Gateway-to-Gateway protocol? 20. What is IGP (Interior Gateway Protocol)? Latest Questions in Networking Interview Questions 1. What is the difference between TCP/IP and NETBEUI protocol? 2. What is FTP & UDP?What is the different version of IP? 3. What is spanning tree? How it works in VLAN ? 4. What is HPOV? How does it works? What are its monitoring tools? 5. What is DHCP Server? 6. Explain practical uses of Active Directory.What is printer server? 7. What is Protocol? How many types of Protocols are there? 8. Can we have 2 DHCP servers within 1 network ? If No why ? If yes IP address w ill conflict or not. 9. In which layer does RARP work? Why 10. What do you check first when your network connection is not working? BIOS O/ P devices I/P devices...

1. What are the differences between the three models in client/server architect ure?What are the implic What are the differences between the three models in client/server architecture? What are the implications for performance and cost between them Subscribe Asked by: rads (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 2. What are the differences between TP lite and TP heavy Subscribe Asked by: latinya (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 3. What are the differences between IIS 5.0 and IIS 6.0? Subscribe Asked by: somavenki (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 4. How do you recover password without formatting the Windows system? Subscribe Asked by: ankush Latest Answer: If ystem is a client November 25, 2007 sharma your operating system supports networking and your operating s on a server then ... Last Updated By Dipti Ranjan Biswal on (Answers: 1) Read / Answer

5. What is Fragmentation? Subscribe Asked by: Asif Karim (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 6. What is the difference between a domain controller and a member server Subs cribe Asked by: dimple.saudimple Latest Answer: Domain controllers are typically referred as DC. Domain controlle r is a server based on MS windows o... Last Updated By Suveer on September 24, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 7. What information is stored in exchange server? Subscribe Asked by: praveenmna Latest Answer: Exchange server is used as office's mail server. It collects all the office mails and exch... Last Updated By Vidyadhar Kulkarni on October 11 , 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer

8. What is the 9 series server, C class, P class, What is data procteter, Blade s servers Subscribe Asked by: jayanthan.pb (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 9. What is Tandem Server? Why and where you use it? Subscribe Asked by: Sachin (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 10. What is FSMO? Subscribe Asked by: ashu Latest Answer: flexible single master operation.... Last Updated By govindaraju on October 29, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer

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Un-Answered in Client Server Interview Questions 1. What are the differences between the three models in client/server architectu re?What are the implications... 2. What are the differences between TP lite and TP heavy 3. What are the differences between IIS 5.0 and IIS 6.0? 4. What is Fragmentation? 5. What is the 9 series server, C class, P class, What is data procteter, Blades servers 6. What is Tandem Server? Why and where you use it? 7. What is Microsoft ISA server? Explain with real time usage where it's used. 8. Why should we use 'AND' between subnet number and subnet mask ? 9. End-to-End connectivity is provided from host-to-host in 1. the network layer 2. the transport... 10. Which of the options is correct for the following question and explain those terms?Split horizon with... 11. what is collision domain and broadcast domain? what is the difference betwee n collision domain and broadcast... 12. how many bootable files are there in windows 2000 with their functions? 13. Describe Transparency of location server,message - based Client/Server excha nges, encapsulation of... 14. What is meant by Multi Server? What is Up sizing,down-sizing? 15. What are TP-Lite and TP-Heavy Monitors? 16. List out the benefits obtained by using the Client/Server oriented TP Monito rsClient/Server applications... 17. What are the main components of Transaction-based Systems? 18. What is a TP Monitor? 19. What is OLTP? 20. What is the difference between trigger and rule? Latest Questions in Client Server Interview Questions 1. What are the differences between the three models in client/server architectu re?What are the implications... 2. What are the differences between TP lite and TP heavy 3. What are the differences between IIS 5.0 and IIS 6.0? 4. How do you recover password without formatting the Windows system? 5. What is Fragmentation?

6. What is the difference between a domain controller and a member server 7. What information is stored in exchange server? 8. What is the 9 series server, C class, P class, What is data procteter, Blades servers 9. What is Tandem Server? Why and where you use it? 10. What is FSMO?

1. What is the difference between simplex and duplex. Subscribe Asked by: Huan Nguyen (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 2. How do you configure Proxy Server in Windows Subscribe Asked by: rabindra kandher (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 3. How to trouble shoot DNS in Big environment, Explain Briefly about ADS and i ts services.. Subscribe Asked by: venkat (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 4. Consider a system where a program can be separated into two parts: code and data. The CPU knows whe Consider a system where a program can be separated into two parts: code and data . The CPU knows whether it wants an instruction (instruction fetch) or data (dat a fetch or store). Therefore, two base-limit register pairs are provided: one fo r instructions and one for data. The instruction base limit register pair is aut omatically set to read only, so programs can be shared among different users. Di scuss the advantages and disadvantages of this scheme. Subscribe Asked by: bhanuprakash_kavi (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 5. what is system recovery and system failure ? Subscribe Asked by: haseeburrahman (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 6. how to change in domain name? Subscribe Asked by: anjibabu_microlion Latest Answer: This article describes how to change a computer's Domain Name Sys tem (DNS) server or servers fro... Last Updated By rajatgoel27 on November 21, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 7. How do you perform subnet addressing ? Subscribe Asked by: Shubham (Answers: 0) Read / Answer

8. What is Private IP? Give an example? Subscribe Asked by: harsha548 (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 9. What is file system? How a file is organised in file system? Give few exampl es? Subscribe Asked by: harsha548 Latest Answer: FAT16-File Allocation Table 16-bit Supports upto DOS6.22 Windows 3.1/3.11/95/98FAT32-File Allocation... Last Updated By vidyadhar74 on October 11, 2007 (Answers: 2) Read / Answer 10. Default port no. for Telnet ___ ? SNMP ____? FTP ____? Subscribe Asked by: harsha548 Latest Answer: Default port no. for Telnet, SNMP, FTP are follows:-Telnet - 23SN MP - 161FTP ... Last Updated By Sudhir on October 21, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer

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Un-Answered in Computer Networks Interview Questions 1. What is the difference between simplex and duplex. 2. How do you configure Proxy Server in Windows 3. How to trouble shoot DNS in Big environment, Explain Briefly about ADS and it s services.. 4. Consider a system where a program can be separated into two parts: code and d ata. The CPU knows whether... 5. what is system recovery and system failure ? 6. How do you perform subnet addressing ? 7. What is Private IP? Give an example? 8. How to find real IP address of the client that is connecting with a server, i f the client is using Proxy(Transparent... 9. share Internet using a proxy server 10. Your network uses both IPX and Net BEUI. Which device would provide the best connectivity if you have... 11. You need to connect a Token Ring segment to an Ethernet segment. Would you u se a router, a brouter ... 12. What is the difference between duplex raid & mirror raid? Explain about full raid levels? 13. Explain in detail about the working of SWITCH in Networking 14. What is the process of OSI Model, when two computer communicate with each ot her? 15. What is SSl? 16. If you have 3 pc's with static IP's and there is one PC workstation that has FTP going through a router... 17. What is DORA process?` 18. what is the subnet mask of class a,b,c,d,e.and what is the minimum and maxim um number of connections... 19. What is difference between layer 2 and layer 3 switch ?how much bandwidth su pport by V.35 and RS 232... 20. a) Draw a constellation diagram that represent Hybrid Modulation technique w ith 4 levels of amplitude...

Latest Questions in Computer Networks Interview Questions 1. What is the difference between simplex and duplex. 2. How do you configure Proxy Server in Windows 3. How to trouble shoot DNS in Big environment, Explain Briefly about ADS and it s services.. 4. Consider a system where a program can be separated into two parts: code and d ata. The CPU knows whether... 5. what is system recovery and system failure ? 6. how to change in domain name? 7. How do you perform subnet addressing ? 8. What is Private IP? Give an example? 9. What is file system? How a file is organised in file system? Give few example s? 10. Default port no. for Telnet ___ ? SNMP ____? FTP ____?

1. If a computer have an IP address is 10.1.1.5 and subnet mask is 255.255.255. 0 then what does it mea If a computer have an IP address is 10.1.1.5 and subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 th en what does it mean. Subscribe Asked by: ravinder singh (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 2. What is the difference between IARP and RARP? Subscribe Asked by: Toju Apo (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 3. Can traceout command work across the firewall? If No then why? If Yes then w hy? Subscribe Asked by: arun ahuja (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 4. DHCP Server Subscribe If two computers are connected to a dhcp server , How the APIPA will assign to t hese computers ?.Will it be same IP for two computers? If it is different how it will vary the IP ? On what basis it wil Asked by: sri (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 5. What is the difference between BOOTP and RARP? Subscribe Asked by: Desmond Durrant (Answers: 0) Read / Answer

6. Write the purpose of vnp and name the vnp technology supported by windows 20 00. Subscribe Asked by: jasjas (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 7. what is the difference between rackmount and standalone unit? Subscribe Asked by: babycoycoy Latest Answer: A rackmounting kit can be mounted in a rack and it comes with all accesories to mount in the rack. A... Last Updated By susmitha on September 1 3, 2007 (Answers: 1) Read / Answer 8. how to provide ip address permanent by using DHCP Server? Subscribe Asked by: mohammed zakir samdani (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 9. what is dora process in DHCP and how it works? Subscribe Asked by: mohammed zakir samdani Latest Answer: 1) Client makes a UDP Broadcast to the server about the DHCP disc overy.2) DHCP offers to the client.... Last Updated By puneet chawla on Novemb er 04, 2007 (Answers: 2) Read / Answer 10. What are the different types of network security? Subscribe Asked by: Sijin M Thomas (Answers: 0) Read / Answer

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Un-Answered in Networks and Security Interview Questions 1. What is the difference between IARP and RARP? 2. Can traceout command work across the firewall? If No then why? If Yes then wh y? 3. DHCP Server 4. What is the difference between BOOTP and RARP? 5. Write the purpose of vnp and name the vnp technology supported by windows 200 0. 6. how to provide ip address permanent by using DHCP Server? 7. What are the different types of network security? 8. what is the difference between router ACLs and Firewall ACLs? 9. How do you configure the Gateway for two different network in Linux 10. Is it possible to connect two private networks through Internet using VPN co ncentrator? Latest Questions in Networks and Security Interview Questions 1. If a computer have an IP address is 10.1.1.5 and subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 then what does it mean.... 2. What is the difference between IARP and RARP? 3. Can traceout command work across the firewall? If No then why? If Yes then wh y? 4. DHCP Server 5. What is the difference between BOOTP and RARP?

6. Write the purpose of vnp and name the vnp technology supported by windows 200 0. 7. what is the difference between rackmount and standalone unit? 8. how to provide ip address permanent by using DHCP Server? 9. what is dora process in DHCP and how it works? 10. What are the different types of network security?

1. What kind of modulation processes are adopted in Bluetooth technology? Subsc ribe Asked by: Antonio Jaime M Nunes Latest Answer: A Bluetooth module consists primarily of three functional blocks RF transceiver unit, a... Last Updated By Satish on November 22, 2007 (Answer s: 1) Read / Answer 2. How does a bluetooth work? Subscribe Asked by: Ekubazgi Fesshaye Latest Answer: A Bluetooth device playing the role of the "master" can communica te with up to 7 devices p... Last Updated By Satish on November 22, 2007 (Ans wers: 1) Read / Answer 3. How do sing power How do you power and Asked by: (Answers: you extend Bluetooth technology for long range applications by increa and down con extend Bluetooth technology for long range applications by increasing down converting ism band freq into uhf frequency? Subscribe sirihari 1) Read / Answer

4. How to find out bluethooth technology used in mobile devise? Subscribe Asked by: gandhi (Answers: 0) Read / Answer 5. How to implement bluetooth? Subscribe Asked by: mr vs ranganathana Latest Answer: Implementing Bluetooth Wireless Technology in End ProductsOver th e past few years, Bluetooth technol... Last Updated By Uday on January 10, 200 7 (Answers: 2) Read / Answer

6. What is RJ-45 and full name of RJ-45? Subscribe Asked by: niraj_sohani Latest Answer: RJ stand for the registered jack and the mean of the 45 is that t he pin number of jack 1236 are only... Last Updated By AMAN on April 03, 2007 (Answers: 6) Read / Answer 7. What is LDAP? Where all of it can be used? Subscribe Latest Answer: LDAP, Lightweight Directory Access Protocol, is an Internet proto col that email and other programs u... Last Updated By Kalyan Raghavan on Apri l 15, 2006 (Answers: 4) Read / Answer 8. Difference between TCP and UDP? Subscribe Latest Answer: To Phanindra,Sir how do you say for realtime UDP is use and not th e TCP.Can you explain me how?Help... Last Updated By Revansiddappa on June 06, 2007 (Answers: 12) Read / Answer 9. What is 802.11b, Bluetooth? Subscribe Latest Answer: The 802.11b WLAN technology permits transmission speeds of up to 11 Mbits per second. This mak... Last Updated By meghna on July 15, 2005 (An swers: 1) Read / Answer 10. What types of routing are possible in a wireless network? Subscribe Latest Answer: Static routingdyanmic routing(rip, igrp,eigrp and ospf)... Last U pdated By krishnamurthy on March 18, 2006 (Answers: 2) Read / Answer

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Un-Answered in Bluetooth Interview Questions 1. How to find out bluethooth technology used in mobile devise? Latest Questions in Bluetooth Interview Questions 1. What kind of modulation processes are adopted in Bluetooth technology? 2. How does a bluetooth work? 3. How do you extend Bluetooth technology for long range applications by increas ing power and down converting... 4. How to find out bluethooth technology used in mobile devise? 5. How to implement bluetooth? 6. What is RJ-45 and full name of RJ-45? 7. What is LDAP? Where all of it can be used? 8. Difference between TCP and UDP? 9. What is 802.11b, Bluetooth? 10. What types of routing are possible in a wireless network?