In NAT, the creates new external source IP addresses and port numbers. Question 1 options: A) firewall B) source host C) router D) destination host Save Question 2 (1 point) Servers are normally given Question 2 options: well-known static dynamic IP addresses. None of these Question 3 (1 point) Clients can send a DDCD request message to multiple DDCD servers. Question 3 options: True False Question 4 (1 point) Which is less expensive to implement? Question 4 options: STATUS. Pipes.
Both cost about the same to implement. Question 5 (1 point) In tunnel mode, Pipes provides protection Question 5 options: all the way between the two hosts only between the Pipes servers Both all the way between the two hosts and only between the Pipes servers Neither all the way between the two hosts nor only between the Pipes servers Question 6 (1 point) “. Com” is a Question 6 options: root domain top-level domain second-level domain Question 7 (1 point) In SNAP, the Question 7 options: manager agent creates traps.
Both manager and agent Neither manager nor agent Question 8 (1 point) A company receives its domain name from Question 8 options: the IETF its ISP a domain registrar Question 9 (1 point) Which of the following are usually given dynamic IP addresses? Question 9 options: Clients. Servers. Both Clients and Servers Neither Clients nor Servers Question 10 (1 point) Pipes is used for Question 10 options: remote-access site-to-site VPN. Both remote-access and site-to-site Neither remote-access nor site-to-site