CTS Sample Question of the Week: August 28, 2023

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CTS Sample Question of the Week: August 28, 2023
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For what purpose, would the AV technician designate a loopback internet
protocol address in the 127.0.0.1 to 127.255.255.254 range in a network
configuration?

a. To force information intentionally onto a connected network
b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system
c. To designate which network traffic is to be routed from “outside”
d. To expedite the “flow” of network traffic in interconnected networks

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b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system

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Go to the profile of Daniel Braun
8 months ago

B. (troubleshooting)

Go to the profile of John Villasenor
8 months ago

C. 

Go to the profile of Franklyn Mogale
8 months ago

b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system

Go to the profile of James Taylor
8 months ago

B

B.

Go to the profile of Jonathan Wunrow
8 months ago

b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system

Go to the profile of SONG HEUNG SHIK
8 months ago

b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system

b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system      

Go to the profile of Jim Griffith
8 months ago

B. Loopback mocks a TCP/IP connection internally on the 127.0.0.0 subnet.

Go to the profile of Barry Sato
8 months ago

B. as I vaguely recall 

Go to the profile of Kelly Smith - AVIXA
8 months ago

The correct answer is:

b. To test the local device to see if TCP/IP is working on your system

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