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Exam Specs
Exam Title: Internetworking Microsoft TCP/IP With Microsoft Windows NT4.0
Questions: Variable - usually 25-40
Passing Score: 750/1000
Time Allotted: 90 Minutes
Type of test: Adaptive (This test changed to adaptive in December 1998)

Planning
Given a scenario, identify valid network configurations.

Installation and Configuration
Given a scenario, select the appropriate services to install when using Microsoft TCP/IP on a Microsoft Windows NT Server computer.

On a Windows NT Server computer, configure Microsoft TCP/IP to support multiple network adapters.

Configure scopes by using DHCP Manager.

Install and configure a WINS server.

bulletImport LMHOSTS files to WINS.
bulletRun WINS on a multihomed computer.
bulletConfigure WINS replication.
bulletConfigure static mappings in the WINS database.

Configure subnet masks.

Subnet Masks:

Decimal Subnets # Class A Hosts # Class B Hosts # Class C Hosts
.192 2 4,194,302 16,382 62
.224 6 2,097,150 8,190 30
.240 14 1,048,574 4,094 14
.248 30 524,286 2,046 6
.252 62 262,142 1,022 2
.254 126 131,070 510 NA
.255 254 65,534 254 NA
Binary values
128 10000000
64 01000000
32 00100000
16 00010000
8 00001000
4 00000100
2 00000010
1 00000001
Classes
A 1-126
B 128-191
C 192-223


Configure a Windows NT Server computer to function as an IP router.

bulletInstall and configure the DHCP Relay Agent.


Install and configure the Microsoft DNS Server service on a Windows NT Server computer.

bulletIntegrate DNS with other name servers.
bulletConnect a DNS server to a DNS root server.
bulletConfigure DNS server roles.


Configure HOSTS and LMHOSTS files.

Configure a Windows NT Server computer to support TCP/IP printing.

Configure SNMP.

Connectivity

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Given a scenario, identify which utility to use to connect to a TCP/IP-based UNIX host.

Configure a RAS server and dial-up networking for use on a TCP/IP network.

Configure and support browsing in a multiple-domain routed network.

Monitoring and Optimization

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Given a scenario, identify which tool to use to monitor TCP/IP traffic.

Troubleshooting

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Diagnose and resolve IP addressing problems.

Use Microsoft TCP/IP utilities to diagnose IP configuration problems.
bulletIdentify which Microsoft TCP/IP utility to use to diagnose IP configuration problems.


Diagnose and resolve name resolution problems.

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