Frame Relay MCQs

Frame Relay MCQs

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1: Frame Relay operates only at(Choose two answers)

A.   Data link layers

B.   Application layer

C.   Physical layer

D.   None of the above

2: If address field of a Frame Relay frame is 101100000101001, is this valid

A.   15 bits

B.   Valid

C.   Not valid

D.   None

3: In Frame Relay, there is no specific protocol is defined for the

A.   Physical Layer

B.   Network Layer

C.   Transport Layer

D.   Data Link Layer

4: Frame Relay deploys physical layer carriers such as

A.   ADMs




5: Frame Relay does not provide flow or error control, they must be provided by the

A.   Lower Level Protocol

B.   High Level Protocol

C.   Upper Level Protocol

D.   Downward Level Protocol

6: Frame Relay has error detection at the

A.   Transport Layer

B.   Physical Layer

C.   Data Link Layer

D.   Network Layer

7: Frame Relay was originally designed to provide

A.   VOFR Connection

B.   PVC Connection

C.   Protocol Connections

D.   Data Connections

8: Protocol that is added recently to Frame Relay protocol to provide more management features is called

A.   Local Management Information

B.   Frame Relay assembler/disassembler

C.   Voice Over Frame Relay

D.   Congestion Contro

9: Frame Relay operates in

A.   Transport and session layers

B.   Data link and network layers

C.   Physical and data link layers

D.   Network and transport layer

10: Frame Relay Assembler/Disassembler (FRAD) can be implemented as a separate device or as part of a

A.   Frame

B.   Data

C.   Switch

D.   Protocol

11: Frame Relay is designed to overcome drawbacks of T-1 to T-3 line and

A.   ADMs

B.   X.25



12: Bit which indicates priority level of frame is called

A.   Extended address

B.   Address (DLCI) field

C.   Command/response

D.   Discarded Eligibility

13: Frame Relay was designed in late

A.   1970s

B.   1980s

C.   1990s

D.   2000

14: Before Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM), different frame networks are

A.   Fast and expensive

B.   Slow and expensive

C.   Fast and cheep

D.   Slow and cheep

A.   Frame Relay


C.   DSH

D.   WAN