Dates of exams are provided in the Student Information System where the registration is being made, too.
Due dates take place at the end of the Winter semester and during the examination period. Also, there will be some more exams in the Summer semester examination period.
Which of the following statements about BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) is true?
False. BGP is an external routing protocol (EGP).
The first part is OK, however, the explanation is wrong. The term "external" means routing outside own AS, not only own network.
To accept this sentence in general, there would have to be a non-zero (but typically higher) number of computers (not only routers) interchanging (i.e. sending in both directions) data with the router. This is not the case.
Even this sentence is not true. The router interchanges data only with external routers, not with internal ones.
No. Although the router uses BGP for getting the information for proper routing, the process is continuous. When a packet arrives, there is no work for the BGP, the router just searches through the routing table already prepared.
Almost correct, but number of hosts has no relevance for routing and no such data is being sent.
This answer should be rejected without any knowledge about BGP. In the TCP, the packets must be sent in both directions, otherwise it does not work.
Yes, this answer is correct.
The essential knowledge is covered by slides. If you know and understand the slides, you should pass the exam. And if you don't remember or understand some fact, you should find sufficient explanation on the net.
PLook at the sample question. Of course, the HTTP port number belongs to essential knowledge from the viewpoint of this course, but this is true for only a few basic numbers. And RFC numbers are not this case at all.
Use of own personal computer or communication devices is not permitted.