Application Layer Protocols set 1

1: _______ allows you to connect and login to a remote computer.
a. Telnet                                                  
b. FTP
c. HTTP    
d. None of the mentioned
2: _______ are used to number the packets of a real-time transmission.
a. Timestamps                                                   
b. Playback buffers  
c. Sequence numbers  
d. none of the above
3: _______ is a standard to allow telephones on the public telephone network to talk to computers connected to the Internet.
a. SIP                                        
b. H.323
c. Q.991
d. none of the above
4: _______ runs the SNMP client program; _______ runs the SNMP server program.
a. A manager; a manager                                          
b. An agent; an agent  
c. A manager; an agent
d. An agent; a manager
5: ________ defines the general rules for naming objects, defining object types, and showing how to encode objects and values.
a. MIB                                    
b. BER
c. SMI
d. none of the above
6: _________ audio/video refers to the use of the Internet for interactive audio/video applications.
a. Interactive                                                
b. Streaming live
c. Streaming stored
d. none of the above
7: _________ is not suitable for interactive multimedia traffic because it retransmits packets in case of errors.
a. UDP                               
b. TCP
c. both a and b  
d. none of the above
8: __ encoding is based on the science of psychoacoustics, which is the study of how people perceive sound.
a. Predictive                                           
b. Perceptual
c. both a and b
d. none of the above
9: __________ is the protocol designed to handle real-time traffic on the Internet.
a. TCP                            
b. UDP
c. RTP
d. none of the above
10: __________ means changing the encoding of a payload to a lower quality to match the bandwidth of the receiving network.
a. Translation                                      
b. Mixing  
c. both a and b  
d. none of the above