O Level | January 2012 | M2-R4 (Internet Technology and Web Design)

1.1 The rules with regards to conduct for Internet users is known as

A) Mosaic

B) Netiquette

C) Protocol

D) Internet Protocol


B

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1.2 TCP/IP is

A) Abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol and Internet Protocol

B) A suite of networking protocols

C) A standard protocol that lets disparate types of computers communicate over the Net

D) All the above


D

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1.3 The protocol that allows a computer to use the Internet Protocol with standard voice-grade telephone line and a high-speed modem is

A) SLIP

B) SMTP

C) SGML

D) RTF


A

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1.4 A Spider is

A) A Computer virus

B) A Browser

C) A program that catalogs web sites

D) A hacker community


C

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1.5 FTP does not use

A) Two transfer mode

B) Control connection to remote computer before file can be transferred

C) User Datagram Protocol

D) Authorization of a user through login and password verification


C

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1.6 A terminal emulation protocol that allows users to log-on to a host computer from remote computers is

A) Telnet

B) TCP/IP

C) FTP

D) Point-to-Point protocol (PPP)


A

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1.7 Which of the following is used to enable the use of active documents?

A) HTML

B) CGI

C) JAVA

D) All of the above


D

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1.8 A networking standard developed by Xerox, Intel and DEC; capable of connecting as many as 1,024 workstations and transmitting data at a maximum speed of 10 Mbps

A) Ethernet

B) FDDI

C) File Transfer protocol

D) Gopher


A

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1.9 The HTML tags that create a table header are

A) <head></head>

B) <ttop></ttop>

C) <th></th>

D) <td></td>


C

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1.10 Which of the following is the correct HTML for inserting background image?

A) <background img=”background.gif”>

B) <img src=”background.gif” background />

C) <a href=”background.gif”>

D) <body background=”background.gif”>


D

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