This set of Computer Networks Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “SNMP”.
1. An application-level protocol in which a few manager stations control a set of agents is called
Explanation: An application-level protocol in which a few manager stations control a set of agents is called SNMP.
2. Full duplex mode increases capacity of each domain from
a) 10 to 20 mbps
b) 20 to 30 mbps
c) 30 to 40 mbps
d) 40 to 50 mbps
Explanation: 10 to 20 mbps capacity increased on each domain in full duplex mode.
3. Configuration management can be divided into two subsystems those are
a) Reconfiguration and documentation
b) Management and configuration
c) Documentation and dialing up
d) Both Reconfiguration and documentation and Management and configuration
Explanation: Reconfiguration and documentation are two subsystems of configuration management.
4. To use Simple Network Management System (SNMP), we need
Explanation: To use Simple Network Management System (SNMP), we need rules.
5. Main difference between SNMPv3 and SNMPv2 is the
d) Enhanced security
Explanation: Enhanced security is the main difference between SNMPv3 and SNMPv2.
6. In Network Management System, a term that responsible for controlling access to network based on predefined policy is called
a) Fault Management
b) Secured Management
c) Active Management
d) Security Management
Explanation: A term that responsible for controlling access to network based on predefined policy is called security management.
7. BER stands for
a) Basic Encoding Rules
b) Basic Encoding Resolver
c) Basic Encoding Rotator
d) Basic Encoding Router
Explanation: Basic encoding rules.
8. Control of users’ access to network resources through charges are main responsibilities of
a) Reactive Fault Management
b) Reconfigured Fault Management
c) Accounting Management
d) Security Management
Explanation: Control of users’ access to network resources through charges are main responsibilities of accounting management.
9. SNMP is a framework for managing devices in an internet using the
a) TCP/IP protocol
Explanation: SNMP is a framework for managing devices in an internet using the TCP/IP protocol.
10. Structure of Management Information (SMI), is guideline of
Explanation: SMI is guidelines of SNMP.
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