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Q2 M3 L1 - Cable Raceways and Network Topology

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  • Q1

    Except for one, the following are the roles of cable raceways in computer networks: Which one?

    Cable ties or staples provide better protection than raceways.

    It completely encloses the cables within a rigid housing.

    It is a line maintenance tool that covers up wiring both indoors and out.

    It’s a track for hiding cables.

    60s
  • Q2

    In terms of how they are interconnected with wires and cables, which one best describes network topology?

    Logical topology

    Communication topology

    Physical topology

    Environment topology

    60s
  • Q3

    What do you call a type of raceway that is found in straight sections of various lengths (though sometimes it's on a roll) and usually features a hinged latching top?

    Crown raceway

    Wire guard

    Latching raceway

    Corner duct raceway

    60s
  • Q4

    Which of the following best describes the network topology in terms of how devices appear to be connected to the user? 

    Communication topology

    Logical topology

    Physical topology

    Environment topology

    60s
  • Q5

    What do you call a small, enclosed conduit, usually made of plastic, which holds cables inside and is designed to run along walls?

    Corner duct raceway

    Latching raceway

    Raceway

    Wire guard

    60s
  • Q6

    What type of network topology is referred to if all devices are connected to one another and all have access? 

    Ring topology

    Bus topology

    Tree topology

    Mesh topology

    60s
  • Q7

    Which of the following network topology that can be accessed by a device in one direction, either counterclockwise or clockwise?

    Meshtopology

    Tree topology

    Ring topology

    Bus topology

    60s
  • Q8

    What do you call a type of raceway that protects outdoor wires from the elements like rain, snow, the sun, and even some impact?

    Crown raceway

    Corner duct raceway

    Latching raceway

    Wire guard

    60s
  • Q9

    What type of network topology joins multiple star topologies together on a bus?

    Ring topology

    Tree topology

    Bus topology

    Mesh topology

    60s
  • Q10

    What type of network topology is referred to if one computer works like a server and the other works as a client?

    Tree topology

    Mesh topology

    Ring topology

    Bus topology

    60s

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