Which of these protocols can be used to configure a dynamic IP address?
The APIPA process ensures that your computer will be able to communicate on a local subnet, even when a DHCP server is not available. In this video, you’ll learn about the details of APIPA and how to determine if your computer has been assigned an APIPA address.
The calculation of an IP subnet is a relatively straightforward process, and in this video you’ll learn how to use binary math to calculate the network address, broadcast address, and device addresses on an IP subnet.
A DNS configuration file can look a bit daunting without understanding the resource records. In this video, you’ll learn about the address (A), canonical name (CNAME), mail exchanger (MX), and pointer (PTR) DNS records.
Which of these are used to automatically assign an IP address to a computer? Choose two.
Which of these addresses is a valid Class C address?
Which of these addresses would be considered a valid Class B address?
Which of these protocols is used to automatically configure IP address settings on a device?
When installing or troubleshooting a Linux device, it’s useful to know how the operating system is configured to work with the physical hardware. In this video, you’ll learn about the /proc file system and how to examine interrupt request channels (IRQs), I/O addresses, and DMA channels of the hardware in your Linux workstation.