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Computer Network 5th Sem/EEE/CSE/2626/May 2018 Diploma Paper

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                                              SECTION-A

Q1. Do as directed.                                                                                                             15×1=15

     i. The OSI reference  model has  7 Layers.
     ii. PSTN stands for Public Switching Telephone Network .
    iii. A Small Bluetooth Network is Called Piconet .
    iv. There are  Three Classes of  Network.
    v. CSMA stands for Carrier-Sense Multiple Access .
    vi. VSAT stands for  very small aperture terminal .
   vii. VOIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol .
   viii. A Modem (modulator–demodulator) is a network hardware device.
    ix. IP has two Parts  Network ID and Host ID.
     x. RAID stands for Redundant Array of independent disks .

2.True and False

    xi. Bus Topology is logical Topology (FALSE)
   xii. The Next generation of internet Protocol Is IPv6. (TRUE)
   xiii. FTP in TCP/IP protocols is the used for transferring files from one machine to another. (TRUE)
   xiv. A Simplex system works in two directions. (FALSE)
    xv. Hybrid topology is the combination of more than two different topologies. (TRUE)

                                  SECTION-B

Q2. Attempt any five questions.                                                                    5×6=30

   a. Define Firewalls. What are its types?
   b. Write down the different applications of Bluetooth.
   c. Explain various Switching Techniques.
   d. Write down the difference between LAN and WAN. Explain.
   e. What do you understand by Hub? Explain its types.
   f. Write down the difference between Encryption and Decryption.
   g. Define Various Network connecting devices.
   h. Explain the functions of Data Link Layer.

                                   SECTION-C

Q3. Attempt any three questions.                                                      3×10=30

  1. Explain OSI Reference model in Details?
  2. What are the various Ethernet electrical specifications?
  3. What do you understand by topology, explain its types and also discuss their advantages and disadvantages?

 The OSI reference  model has  7 Layers.
    

PSTN stands for Public Switching Telephone Network .
  

A Small Bluetooth Network is Called Piconet .
   

There are  Three Classes of  Network.
    

CSMA stands for Carrier-Sense Multiple Access .
    

VSAT stands for  very small aperture terminal .
   

VOIP stands for Voice over Internet Protocol .
  

 A Modem (modulator–demodulator) is a network hardware device.
  

IP has two Parts  Network ID and Host ID.
     

RAID stands for Redundant Array of independent disks .

TRUE
   

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