Network Engineering MCQs

Network Engineering MCQs

The following Network Engineering MCQs have been compiled by our experts through research, in order to test your knowledge of the subject of Network Engineering. We encourage you to answer these multiple-choice questions to assess your proficiency.
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1: It is much easier for people to remember ____ than ip addresses of websites.

A.   Wireless fidelity

B.   Domain names

C.   Cookie

D.   Network administrator

2: Which of the following devices is used to connect multiple networks together?

A.   Router

B.   Switch

C.   Hub

D.   Modem

3: Which network topology offers the highest level of redundancy and fault tolerance?

A.   Bus

B.   Ring

C.   Star

D.   Mesh

4: Which protocol is commonly used for secure file transfer over a network?


B.   FTP


D.   SSH

5: What is the purpose of a subnet mask in networking?

A.   To identify the host portion of an IP address

B.   To identify the network portion of an IP address

C.   To assign a unique identifier to each device on the network

D.   To establish a secure connection between networks

6: Which layer of the OSI model is responsible for logical addressing and routing?

A.   Physical layer

B.   Data link layer

C.   Network layer

D.   Transport layer

7: What is the maximum transmission speed of a standard Ethernet connection?

A.   10 Mbps

B.   100 Mbps

C.   1 Gbps

D.   10 Gbps

8: Which network device operates at Layer 3 of the OSI model and forwards data packets between different networks?

A.   Switch

B.   Router

C.   Hub

D.   Bridge

9: Which protocol is commonly used for email communication?

A.   FTP




10: What is the purpose of DNS in networking?

A.   To translate domain names into IP addresses

B.   To establish secure connections between networks

C.   To manage network security policies

D.   To regulate network traffic flow

11: Which wireless network standard provides the highest data transmission rates?

A.   802.11a

B.   802.11b

C.   802.11g

D.   802.11ac