This set of Computer Networks online test focuses on “Packet Forwarding and Routing”.
1. Term is used to place packet in its route to its destination is called
Explanation: It is for transforming the message from source to destination with forward technique.
2. A second technique to reduce routing table and simplify searching process is called
a) Network-Specific Method
b) Network-Specific Motion
c) Network-Specific Maintaining
d) Network-Specific Membership
Explanation: It is the before method of the packet switching.
3. Next-Hop Method is used to reduce contents of a
a) Revolving table
b) Rotating Table
c) Routing Table
d) Re-allocate table
Explanation: This method is for creating the shortest distances.
4. Several techniques can make size of routing table manageable and also handle issues such as
b) Error reporting
Explanation: To visible only accessing sub networks.
5. Host-specific routing is used for purposes such as checking route or providing
a) Network Measures
b) Security Measures
c) Routing Measures
d) Delivery Measures
Explanation: Security measures.
6. In Unicast routing, if instability is between three nodes, stability cannot be
Explanation: It is only for unidirectional.
7. In Unicast Routing, Dijkstra algorithm creates a shortest path tree from a
Explanation: Graph technique is used for best node finding technic with shortest path algorithms.
8. In Multicast Routing Protocol, flooding is used to broadcast packets but it creates
Explanation: Loops is for multicast routing.
9. RPF stands for
a) Reverse Path Forwarding
b) Reverse Path Failure
c) Reverse Packet Forwarding
d) Reverse Protocol Failure
Explanation: Reverse Path Forwarding.
10. LSP stands for
a) Link Stable Packet
b) Link State Packet
c) Link State Protocol
d) Link State Path
Explanation: Link State Packet
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