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As the name suggests "Networking Interview Questions", is mainly meant for fresher's as well as professional's who are searching for opportunities in Networking. This book covers basics like OSI, IPV4, IPV6 and subnetting in a detailed manner. It contains a complete dedicated chapter on routers covering the most asked protocols like RIP, IGRP, EIGRP, OSPF and BGP. Firewall is the most frequented area during networking interview. It also includes a full dedicated chapter on firewall covering concepts like firewall architecture, NAT, Application gateway, dual home, screened host and perimeter area.No networking interview is complete with out VPN concepts. This book dedicates 60 most frequently asked questions on VPN covering concepts like L2F, PPTP, L2TP, GRE, PPP, Tunneling, LC, LNS, IKE and ESP. It includes a dedicated chapter on protocols covering the most frequently asked protocols like TCP IP, UDP, NETBIOS, IGMP, RTP, RCTP, RPC and lot. It offers coverage on most asked questions like DHCP, DNS and trouble shooting.With the CD we have also provided interview rating sheet which can be used to judge how far you are ready for networking interviews. The best part of the book is other than the networking interview aspect it also dwells in non-technical aspects like resume making, salary negotiations and points to be remembered (why do want to leave the organization?, Where doyou see yourself after 3 years and so on) during interviews. In the CD we have provided sample resume which can help you for a quick kick start to prepare your resume.
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Book Description BPB Publications, 2008. Softcover. Condition: New. First edition. Contents Other Booksnal Hierarchy Guidelines to a Good Resume Salary Negotiation Skills Broad Salary Structure Interview Rating Sheet Points to be Remembered During Interviews How to Read this Book I. BASICS : B. Define Protocol B. Explain the Concept of OSI Layers B. Explain the Different Layers in the OSI Model B. Explain the Application Layer in the OSI Model B. Explain the Presentation Layer in the OSI Model B. Is it Compulsory that Compression, Encryption, and Translation Functions will be Used During Communication? B. Explain the Session Layer in the OSI Model B. What is the Concept of Simplex, Half-duplex, and Full-duplex dialogs? B. What are the Different Types of Dialogs in the Session Layer? B. Explain the Transport Layer in the OSI Model A. Explain the Concept of Congestion I. Explain the Network Layer B. Explain Data Link Layer B. Explain Physical Layer B. Explain What an IP Address is B. How do you Convert Decimal Numbers to Binary Numbers? B. How Many IP Addresses Can Come in IPV4? B. Explain the Concept of Unicast IP Addresses B. Explain the Concept of IP Multicasting or Multicast IP Address I. How Many Types of Subnet Glassful Networks are there? A. What are the IP Address Ranges for Public and Private IP Addresses? B. Why do we Need Classes and how Many Types of Classes Exist? B. How are IP Addresses Distributed between Different Classes? B. Explain Classful IP Addressing A. Explain the Concept of Subneting I. What are the Advantages of Using Subneting? B. If the Host has a Subnet ID, why do We Need a Subnet Mask? I. How is Network Address Calculated from the Subnet? B. What is the Advantage of Using Classless Addressing Over Classful Addressing Scheme? I. Explain the Concept of CIDR I. Twist : Explain Superneting I. Explain the Concept of Custom Subneting A. What is the Implication of Increasing and Decreasing Subnet Bits? I. Why do we Need to Subtract 2 from the Number of Hosts? I. Explain the Concept of VLSM I. Explain IP Packets in Detail II. ROUTERS : B. Explain the Concept of DPU, Segments, Datagram, Frame, and Packet I. What is IP Datagram, Fragmentation, and MTU? B. Explain in Detail with Examples how Data Fragmentation Works I. Larger the IP Datagram, Lesser the Overhead : True or False? B. What is the Minimum Size of MTU Bytes? I. Explain how Optimal MTU Size is Calculated I. How do the IP Messages Finally Reassemble? I. Explain the Concepts of Repeaters, Hubs, Bridges, Switches, and Routers I. On What Layers do Routers, Switches, Bridges, and Hubs Operate? I. Explain the Concept of Layer-3 Switches I. What are CSUs, DSUs, and TSUs? I. What are the Basic Components of a Router? B. Explain WAN and LAN Interfaces in Routers B. What are DB-15, DB-60, and RJ-45 in Cisco Routers? B Explain the Concept of TTL B. Explain the Concept of ICMP Packets B. Which Operating System does CISCO have? I. Explain the Concept of NAT B. How is NAT Implemented? I. Explain how NAT Actually Works I. Why do Collisions Occur in HUBS and Repeaters? I. Explain the Concept of Collision Domain B. What is the Concept of Routing Tables? I. What is the Use of Route Prints? I. Explain in Detail what a Routing Table Looks Like B. How Can you See Route Tables on the Router? B. Explain the Concepts of Static and Dynamic Routing B. When should Static Routes and Dynamic Routes be Used? I. How do you Configure Static Routes on a Router? B. Explain Static Default Routes B. What is the Advantage of Using Static Default Routes? I. Why do Workstations have Route Tables? B. What is the Concept of `Gateway of Last Resort?` B. Explain the Concept of Routing Protocol I. What Activities does Routing Protocol Perform? I. What Metrics are Used by Routing Protocols to Determine the Best Path? I. What are Interior and Exterior Routing Protocol Printed Pages: 211. Seller Inventory # 52936
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