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speaker_notes Introduction to Networks (Version 5.1) - ITN Chapter 1 Exam

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This exam will cover material from Chapter 1 of the CCNA R&S Introduction to Networks curriculum.

Quiz Started: 0 Second ago · 29 May 2024 19:0 · Questions: 20 · Answered: 0 · Recommended Time: 0h:10m:0s
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Which two statements describe intermediary devices? (Choose two.)

  1. Intermediary devices generate data content.
  2. Intermediary devices alter data content.
  3. Intermediary devices direct the path of the data.
  4. Intermediary devices connect individual hosts to the network.
  5. Intermediary devices initiate the encapsulation process.
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What are two functions of end devices on a network? (Choose two.)

  1. They originate the data that flows through the network.
  2. They direct data over alternate paths in the event of link failures.
  3. They filter the flow of data to enhance security.
  4. They are the interface between humans and the communication network.
  5. They provide the channel over which the network message travels.
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