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70-215 QOTD 11/05/2004

Discussion in 'Windows Server 2003 / 2008 / 2012 Exams' started by AJ, May 11, 2004.

  1. AJ

    AJ Administrator Administrator

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    Sorry its a bit late, things a bit manic here. Anyway try this one.

    You have a Windows 2000 Server that has two network interface cards installed on the same network segment. Both cards are bound to TCP/IP and NetBEUI. When you restart the server, you get an error message about having duplicate server names on the network. Which of the following must be unbound and rebound to your NICs (Choose all that apply)?

    A) TCP/IP

    B) NetBEUI

    C) File sharing

    D) Print sharing

    E) None of the above.

    Answer tomorrow :D
     
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  2. tripwire45
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    One server, two NICs, two IP addresses, one server name, both NICs hooked into the same subnet. This is done for load balancing and/or to increase network access to the server...right?

    Oh...I'm still thinking about the answer.
     
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  3. Jakamoko
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  4. AJ

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    Why











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  5. Jakamoko
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    Because.







    :wink:
     
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  6. tripwire45
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    I'm probably missing something but I'll go with A and B. It makes sense that the server name is being detected twice since the machine has a single name but two IP addresses associated with it. Both the WINS and DNS servers on the network would detect this.
     
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  7. flex22

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    I'll say E, because I can'tt hink how the others would resolve the problem.

    Answer E
     
  8. SimonV

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    Good question AJ,

    In to minds again, but I'm going for E.
     
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  9. AJ

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    So that's Trip with A & B

    and everyone else with E

    Hmmmmmmmm :?

    Any more votes, lambs to the slaughter, peasants to Rosy's whip :eek:
     
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  10. nugget
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    I'll jump on trip's bandwagon with A and B.
     
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  11. AJ

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    Interesting question that one, had me thinking for a bit but you should have followed the armodillo.

    Correct answer is: E

    Explanation: In fact, you should unbind NetBEUI from one NIC. You should never rebind it. According to The MS Training Kit: NetBEUI was originally developed as a protocol for small departmental LANs of 20 to 200 computers. NetBEUI is not routable because it doesn't have a network layer. Because of this limitation, you must connect computers running Windows 2000 and NetBEUI by using bridges instead of routers. In addition, NetBEUI is broadcast-based, which means it relies on broadcasts for many of its functions, such as name registration and discovery, and so it creates more broadcast traffic than other protocols. NetBEUI is included with Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2000 Professional primarily as a legacy protocol to support workstations that have not been upgraded to Windows 2000.
     
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  12. tripwire45
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    Good one. My bad.
     
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