Know-IT-all Chapter Quiz #16 MCSE Windows Server 2003 All-in-One Exam Guide

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Chapter Quiz #16

1. Which of the following technologies uses a link state database?

a. RIP v2
d. L2TP

2. What is the key difference between CHAP and MS-CHAP?

a. MS-CHAP exists while plain "CHAP" doesn't.
b. CHAP is platform independent and supports 3-way authentification.
c. MS-CHAP uses the MD4 encryption algorithm while CHAP uses the inferior MD3 algorithm.
d. CHAP supports non-Microsoft remote access clients.

3. How many hops is RIP routing limited to?

a. 7
b. 14
c. 15
d. 24

4. When reading about routing and remote access, you may encounter the word "RADIUS". What is it an acronym for?

a. Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service.
b. Remote Authentication Domain Utility Service.
c. Remote Access Domain Utility Service.
d. Remote Access Dial-In User Service.

5. You are asked to provide tunneling technology between two locations using IPSec. Which strategy is preferable?

a. Use L2TP to create dial-in remote access between the two office sites
b. Use PPTP to create dial-in remote access between the two office sites
c. Use L2TP to create a VPN connection between the two office sites
d. Use PPTP to create a VPN connection between the two office sites


This was first published in June 2004

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