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2nd Diet Details (2002)

 

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Napier students:

Resit: Friday 23-Aug-02 0930 - 1130 Sighthill

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In the current session the exam paper has five questions. It is SIMILAR in approach to the Semester 1 exam. You should complete any three from five questions. The main areas are:

1.rpcinfo, rpcbind, NFS, NIS [J.Jackson]

rpcinfo, rpcbind, NFS, NIS.

 

2. Encryption [J.Jackson]

Public-key principles.
Key pairs (E,n and D,n).

 

3.Routing Configuration [W.Buchanan]

Basic route programming (set-up login, network protocols, etc).
ACLs.

 

4. Routing Protocols [W.Buchanan]

Distance vector v. Link state.
Setting up routing protocols (such as RIP) for networks with a defined subnet mask, and port IP address.
Restricting routing information on links.

 

5. NDS [W.Buchanan]

Structure of NDS.
Fault tolerance of NDS.
Context (CX) in NDS.

 

 

Question asked:

Bill

Trying to study for the NOS on Fri but struggling to find anything on "setting up routing protocols for networks with a definited subnet mask, and port IP address and restriciting routing information on links.

--- Mon, 20 August 2002 14:20

You use the emulator to practice setting up routing protocols. To restrict the transmission of routing informaton you leave the network address out of the routing configuration.

For example:

IF a network connects to the networks 192.168.10, 168.10.30.0 and 10.10.0.0, and you want to restrict the routing protocols to the first two network, you program with:

config t
router rip
network 192.168.10.0
network 168.10.30.0
exit
exit


The zero address is important as it defines the network portion. For example if a port has the address of 192.168.10.131 and the subnet mask is 255.255.255.128, then the subnet address on which it connects will be 192.168.10.128 as the most-significant bit in the last field identifies the network portion.

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2001/2002 Exam paper (Semester 2)
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