• A). Token-Ring because it currently can run at both 4Mbps and 16Mbps
  • B). Ethernet, because it is cabled using fiber-optic cable
  • C). Token-Ring, because it uses a MAU
  • D). Ethernet, because it can be set up with most topologies and can use multiple transfer speeds
  • A). 110
  • B). 90
  • C). 80
  • D). 49
  • A). bus network
  • B). ring network
  • C). star network
  • D). T-switched network
  • A). The IP address
  • B). The TCP address
  • C). The subnet mask
  • D). The default gateway
  • A). Multiplexers are designed to accept data from several I/O devices and transmit a unified stream of data on one communication line
  • B). HDLC is a standard synchronous communication protocol
  • C). RTS/CTS is the way the DTE indicates that it is ready to transmit data and the way the DCE indicates that it is ready to accept data
  • D). RTS/CTS is the way the terminal indicates ringing
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