Networking Protocols Interview Preparation Guide
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21 Networking Protocols Questions and Answers:

1 :: How is it different than BOOTP or RARP?

Bootp protocol normally use it in dhcp protocol, it is
configured manully in order to give ip add or there relvent

Rarp is a work just oppostie of Arp. Rarp stand for reverse
address resolution protocol. baiscaly rarp used to find out
your own ip add or mac add of computer so that you can
communicate appropritely with other computer knowing u r
mac or ip address.


DF1 protocol is an Allen-Bradley data-link layer protocol
that combines .... Softlogix 5800 provides virtual PLC
control using a PC and RSLogix 5000. ...

The DF-1 protocol is an asynchronous byte-oriented protocol
that is used to communicate with most Allen-Bradley RS-232
interface modules. More specifically, the DF-1 serial frame
composition is that of a conventional RS-232 serial frame,
where DF-1 forces some of the serial parameters such as 8
data bits, no parity, and a maximum baud rate of 19200.
Further, the DF-1 protocol specifies how to send data
through a conventional RS-232 serial port, in order to
communicate with the corresponding Allen-Bradley products.

4 :: What is the networking control unit?

The Network Control Unit (NCU) is a field panel housing
electronic modules, terminal blocks, and signal conditioners
(pneumatic, linevoltageand electronic) all inside a single

The NCU contains the user-programmable main processor—the
Network Control Module (NCM)—for supervisory functions over
all devices on the local bus, and a combination of the
optional Digital Control Module and Point Multiplex Modules
to directly control field devices that wire to the NCU
termination blocks. This application installs all models of
the NCM(101, 102, 401, 200) into standard 1-Slot, 2-Slot, or
5-Slot base frames.

5 :: What is the difference between network based bug tracking system and bug tracking system?

A bug tracking system is a software application that is
designed to help quality assurance and programmers keep
track of reported software bugs in their work. It may be
regarded as a sort of issue tracking system.
Many bug-tracking systems, such as those used by most open
source software projects, allow users to enter bug reports
directly. Other systems are used only internally in a
company or organization doing software development.
Typically bug tracking systems are integrated with other
software project management applications.
Having a bug tracking system is extremely valuable in
software development, and they are used extensively by
companies developing software products.

6 :: Can SSL support UDP, as SSL support TCP?

No SSL can not support in UDP beacuse in UDP is a
connectionless protocol it is focused on the speed than the


A Digital Subscriber Line Access Multiplexer (DSLAM, often
pronounced dee-slam) allows telephone lines to make faster
connections to the Internet. ...

8 :: What is the mean of networking? What is the difference between this from programming language?

networking is device in which it act as a communication
path between two or more computers.we can easily
communicate hardware and software with security,but incase
of programming languages we can only use codings to solve a
problem ,in programming languages security doesn't provided.

9 :: What is IMAP?

IMAP: Internet Mail Access Protocol..
It is used for incoming mail in client/remote users of a
mail server. A user do not download e- mail in her pc from
server.just to read or access from server. email saves in a

10 :: Explain SMTP?

Simple Mail transfor Protocol mainly used for Outgoing Mails i.y it is also known as Outgoing mail server.