Computer Networking Basic MCQ

Computer Network MCQ

This set of Computer Network MCQ (Multiple Choice Question) and Answer focuses on Computer Networking and Security Basic Multiple Choice Question (MCQ) for those who are preparing computer operator examination, or those who want to know basic knowledge about computer network and security.

1. The term that refers to a set of procedures used to restrict the amount of data that the sender can send before waiting for acknowledgment is

  1. error control
  2. flow control
  3. delay
  4. byte stuffing

2. Error control is the combination of

  1. error detection and error correction
  2. flow and error control
  3. bit stuffing and unstuffing
  4. byte stuffing and unstuffing

3. Port address is also known as

  1. service point address
  2. receiver point address
  3. sender point address
  4. destination point address

4. Error control and flow control are the responsibilities of

  1. data link and network layers
  2. data link and physical layer
  3. application and presentation layer
  4. data link and transport layer

5. The term that is used to set standards to enable intercommunication among equipment from a variety of manufacturers is called

  1. project 802
  2. project 8802
  3. project 2088
  4. project 208

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6. In 10Base5, the maximum length of the coaxial cable is

  1. 10 meter
  2. 250 meter
  3. 500 meter
  4. 5000 meter

7. Bit stuffing refers to

  1. Inserting a ‘0’ in user data stream to differentiate it with a flag
  2. Inserting a ‘0’ in flag stream to avoid ambiguity
  3. Appending a nibble to the flag sequence
  4. Appending a nibble to the user data stream

8. Error control is mainly a function of the _______ layer.

  1. physical
  2. data link
  3. presentation
  4. application

9. _______ is the handling of lost or damaged frames

  1. Line discipline
  2. Flow control
  3. Error control
  4. All of the above

10. Error control consists of _______.

  1. error detection
  2. error correction
  3. error modification
  4. all of the above

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