Tuesday, April 8, 2014

CISSP Exam Preparation (Question 1 ~ 5)

(1) During development, testing, and maintenance of the disaster recovery and continuity plan, a high degree of interaction and communication is crucial to the process. Why?
A. This is a regulatory requirement of the process.
B. The more people talk about it and get involved, the more awareness will increase
C. This is not crucial to the plan and should not be interactive because it will most likely affect operations
D. Management will more likely support it.
Communication not only provides awareness of these plans and their contents, but also allows more people to discuss the possible threats and solutions that the original team may not uncover.
(2) Which of the following is not one of the stages of the DHCP lease process?
i. Discover
ii. Offer
iii. Request
iv. Acknowledgment
A. All of them
B. None of them
C. i
D. ii
The four-step DHCP lease process is:
- DHCPDISCOVER message: This message is used to request an IP address lease from a
DHCP server.
- DHCPOFFER message: This message is a response to a DHCPDISCOVER message, and is
sent by one or numerous DHCP servers.
- DHCPREQUEST message: The client sends the initial DHCP server which responded to
its request a DHCP Request message.
- DHCPACK message: The DHCP Acknowledge message is sent by the DHCP server to the
DHCP client and is the process whereby which the DHCP server assigns the IP address
lease to the DHCP client.
(3) The World Wide Web is a _______ network that is an overlay on top of the Internet.
A. Virtual
B. Private
C. Trusted
D. Analog
The World Wide Web and the Internet are two terms commonly interchanged
as the same thing by the average computer user. They are not the same thing,
however. The Web exists on top of the Internet and is a series of pages connected to
one another by hyperlinks.
(4) Switches marry the technologies of _____ and ______.
A. Hubs and bridges
B. Bridges and routers
C. Network adapters and hubs
D. Bridges and network adapters
Switches combine the technologies of hubs and bridges. They act as hubs
by enhancing performance and act as bridges by distributing traffic to different
(5) A switch is a multi-functional networking device that can operate within several OSI layers. Which layer can a switch not function in?
A. 1
B. 2
C. 3
D. 4
Switches do not operate in the Physical layer, OSI Layer 1. They make
packet forwarding decisions (Layer 2), and specific switches exist that make
decisions based upon Layer 3 and Layer 4 data information.

- Muhammad Idham Azhari

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