Learn About CompTIA Network+ 2009 exam

The following are questions from MeasureUp’s Practice Test for the CompTIA N10-004: Network+ 2009 exam.

The audience for this exam includes individuals who are in the early stages of a career in information technology (IT) networking. This includes positions such as network technicians, network installers and help-desk and support staff. This exam not only includes the new technologies that you would expect in an updated exam, but it also requires quite a bit more technical knowledge in many areas than exam N10-003 (Network+ 2007) requires. CompTIA recommends that candidates for Network+ certification have nine to 12 months of experience in the IT networking field. Candidates should also have A+ certification or the equivalent knowledge.

Passing N10-004 earns a candidate one of the certifications required by the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) Directive 8570.1. This directive mandates that both DOD employees and contractors who work with the DOD on any security-related initiative must receive proper training and earn one or more network-related and security-related certifications.

You may also use these questions to prepare for CompTIA’s Network+ Bridge Exam , BR0-002. If you passed the 2005 or 2007 version of Network+, you can take the shorter Bridge exam that focuses only on the new topics to update your certification.

Objective: Network media and topologies.
Sub-objective: Install components of wiring distribution.

Single answer, multiple-choice

In a telecommunication wiring distribution design, what type of device acts as the demarcation point (demark)?

A.    66 block
B.    Smart jack



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