0.Match the following pairs A. Logical address (1) An actual location in main memory B. Relative address (2) An address is expressed as a location relative to some known point. C. Physical address (3) A memory location independent of the current assignment of data to memory 68 |
Options: (A)A â€“ 3, B â€“ 2, Câ€“1 (B) A â€“ 2, B â€“ 1, C â€“ 3 (C) A â€“ 3, B â€“ 1, C â€“ 2 (D) A â€“ 1, B â€“ 2, C â€“ 3 7
Options: (A)hacker breaks security for altruistic or at least non-malicious reasons. (B) hacker of ambiguous ethics and/or borderline legality, often frankly admitted. (C) someone outside computer security consulting firms that are used to bug test a system prior to its launch, looking for exploits so they can be closed. (D) None of these 1
Identity the advantages that Micro Channel Architecture offers over ISA.
Options: Automatic System Configuration, Less Interference, Multiple device handling (the system allows expansion boards to take complete of the bus for certain operations), Greater data transfer rates
Options: (A)The low-level components of a system are integrated and tested before the higher-level components have been developed. (B) The testing process starts with modules at lower levels in the hierarchy and works up the hierarchy of modules until the final module is tested (C) An event driven control system, where an event is broadcasted to each subsystem and any sub-system that can handle that event responds to it. (D) Control starts of the top of a sub routine hierarchy and through sub routine calls passes to lower levels. 13
Network 18.104.22.168 was assigned to the Acme Company to connect to its ISP. The administrator of Acme would like to configure one router with the commands to access the Internet. Which commands could be configured on the Gateway router to allow Internet access to the entire network? Gateway(config)# ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 22.214.171.124 Gateway(config)# router rip Gateway(config-router)# network 126.96.36.199 Gateway(config-router)# network 188.8.131.52 default
Options: (A)Move the selected control to the right (except controls that are part of a layout) (B) Move the selected control to the left (except controls that are part of a layout) (C) Move the selected control up (D) None of these 4