Which of the following is true regarding access lists applied to an interface?
Options: You can place as many access lists as you want on any interface until you run out of memory., You can apply only one access list on any interface., One access list may be configured, per direction, for each layer 3 protocol configured on an interface., You can apply two access lists to any interface.
Options: (A)A programming language based on logic (B) A computer where each processor has its own operating system, its own memory, and its own hard disk (C) Describes the structure of the contents of a database. (D) None of these 7
The proper definition of a modern digital computer is
Options: an electronic automated machine that can solve problems involving words and numbers, a more sophisticated and modified electronic pocket calculator, any machine that can perform mathematical operations ', a machine that works on binary code
A large computer designed to handle complex scientific calculations
Options: may use only a firmed word-length storage approach, will likely require a character addressable storage unit, must use fixed length words of four character each, will not use numbered address locations
Options: is a forms-driven technique in which standard forms are used to document the information, consists of a hierarchy chart and an associated set of input/process/ output charts, captures the essence of top down decomposition., All of the above
1.When process is swapped out of main memory and put in a suspended state
Options: (A)All of its resident pages are moved out. (B) All of the pages that were previously in main memory are returned to main memory. (C) Pages other than the one demanded by a page fault are bought in main memory. (D) None of these. 10
Options: (A)These measurements need to be collected to help answers to the questions and to confirm whether process improvements have achieved the desired goal. (B) Approximation, representation, or idealization of selected aspects of the structure, behavior, operation, or other characteristics of a real-world process* (C) Extent to which a system or component facilitates the incorporation of changes, once the nature of the desired change has been determined. (D) None of these