111. When a message receive at the receiver end, data link layer removes the data meant for it, then passes the rest to
a. Transport
b. Network
c. Physical
d. Session
Answer: (b).Network

112. The term that refers to a model for understanding and designing a network architecture is called
a. OSI
b. ISO
c. TCP
d. IP
Answer: (a).OSI

113. The physical layer is responsible for movements of individual
a. Bits
b. frames
c. Bytes
d. Packet
Answer: (a).Bits

114. The process on each machine that communicate at a given layer is called
a. peer-to-peer
b. Physical transmission
c. Node to Node
d. Hop to hop
Answer: (a).peer-to-peer

115. The network layer is responsible for the
a. Node to node communication
b. Source to destination
c. Hop to hop communication
d. both b and c
Answer: (b).Source to destination

116. Layer that is responsible for transferring Frames is
a. Application layer
b. Presentation layer
c. Data link layer
d. Session layer
Answer: (c).Data link layer

117. The physical addresses change from
a. point to point
b. Hop to hop
c. sender to receiver
d. frame to frame
Answer: (b).Hop to hop

118. The length of Port addresses in TCP/IP are
a. 4bit long
b. 16bit long
c. 32bit long
d. None of Above
Answer: (b).16bit long

119. The Transmission Control Protocol divides a stream of data into smaller units that are called
a. Frames
b. Datagrams
c. Segments
d. Information
Answer: (c).Segments

120. Layered tasks involve three layers that are
a. sender, receiver and protocol
b. sender, receiver and carrier
c. sender, receiver and transmission medium
d. None of Above
Answer: (b).sender, receiver and carrier