Computer Awareness Quiz 9

Computer Awareness Quiz for Competitive Exams / Test your Computer Knowledge / Basic Computer Knowledge Question and Answers.

01. Internet's Initial development was supported by:
b) IBM
c) Microsoft
d) None of These

02. World Wide Web was proposed by:
a) Bill Gates
b) Bill Rogers
c) Tim Berners Lee
d) None of These

03. What are the uses of the Internet:
a) Communication
b) Information Retrieval
c) Presentation of Information
d) All of the Above

04. .net domain is used for:
a) educational institution
b) Internet Infrastructure and Service Providers
c) International Organizations
d) None of These

05. URL stands for:
a) Uniform Resource Locator
b) Uniform Resource Library
c) United Resource Locators
d) None of These

06. Benefits of Email are:
a) Speed
b) Cost
c) Record Keeping
d) All of the Above

07. WWW provides standardized access to:
c) FTP
d) All of the Above

08. Which among the following is not an internet browser:
a) Netscape Navigator
b) Chrome
c) Drupal
d) Opera

09. What should be minimum requirement of random access memory (RAM) for internet access:
a) 8 MB
b) 16 MB
c) 32 MB
d) 64 MB

10. A modem is not needed when accessing the internet through:
a) LAN
b) Cable
c) Wi - Fi
d) None of These

11. In order to use cable for browsing web you will need:
a) A cable modem
b) Network Interface Card (NIC)
c) Both of Above
d) None of These

12. ADSL gives:
a) Faster downloading speeds (receiving) than uploading speeds (sending)
b) Slower downloading speeds (receiving) than uploading speeds (sending)
c) Same downloading speeds (receiving) as uploading speeds (sending)
d) None of These

13. What is the minimum bandwidth required for broadband connection:
a) 128 kbps
b) 256 kbps
c) 512 kbps
d) None of These

14. The limit for ASDL service is:
a) 8000 Feet
b) 10,000 Feet
c) 18,000 Feet
d) None of These

15. Which of these is a variation of ADSL, but the modem can adjust the speed of the connection depending on the length and quality of the line:
d) None of These

16. An IP address is a:
a) binary number that uniquely identifies computers.
b) also identifies other devices on TCP/IP network
c) Both of Above
d) None of These

17. TCP stands for:
a) Tools Control Protocol
b) Transmission Control Protocol
c) Transfer Control Protocol
d) None of These

18. IP stands for:
a) Internal Protocol
b) Internet Protocol
c) Interior Protocol
d) None of These

19. Which among the following is correct:
a) An IP address can be private - for use on Local Area Network (LAN).
b) It can be use on the internet or other wide area network (WAN).
c) IP addresses can e determined statistically (assigned to a computer by a system administrator) or dynamically (assigned by another device on the network on demand).
d) All of the Above

20. An internet protocol address (IP address) is:
a) a numerical label assigned to each device (e.g. computer, printer) participating in a computer
b) It working for the communication
c) Both of Above
d) None of These

21. An IP address serves which among the following principal functions:
a) Host or network interface identification
b) Location Addressing
c) Both of Above
d) None of These

22. Role of IP addressing is:
a) A name indicates what we seek
b) An address indicates where it is
c) A route indicates how to get there
d) All of the Above

23. The designers of the Internet Protocol defined an IP address as a ____number:
a) 32 Bit
b) 34 Bit
c) 31 Bit
d) None of These

24. 32 Bit system was known as Internet protocol version ____which is still in use today:
a) 4
b) 5
c) 3
d) None of These

25. Due to the growth of the internet and the predicted depletion of available addresses, a new version of IP version 6 using _____for the address was developed in 1995:
a) 128 Bit
b) 129 Bits
c) 130 Bits
d) None of These

26. Two versions of the internet protocol (IP) are in use such as IP version 4 and IP version 6 each version defines an IP address ____:
a) Same
b) Unique
c) Different
d) None of These

27. In the early stages of development of the internet protocol, network administrators interpreted an IP address in ____parts:
a) Network Number Portion
b) Host Number Portions
c) Both of Above
d) None of These

28. High levels of demand have decreased the supply of un-allocated internet protocol version 4 addresses available for assignment to internet service providers and end user organization since the _____:
a) 1980s
b) 1990s
c) 2000s
d) None of These

29. Which among the following definitions is correct:
a) Address - The unique number ID assigned to one host or interface in a network
b) Subnet - A portion of a network sharing a particular subnet address
c) Subnet mask - A 32 bit combination used to describe which portion of an address refers to the
subset and which part refers to the host
d) Interface - A network connection
e) None of These
f) All of the Above

30. NAT stands for:
a) Network Address Translator
b) Network Access Translator
c) Network Acquired Translator
d) None of These


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