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Networking Quizzes

 

We've gathered a collection of our quizzes to test your networking knowledge. You'll find quizzes about network infrastructure and design, network administration, network security and more. If you'd like to study up first, see our learning resources, below.

Need more information before you get started? See our definitions for network, network topology and network convergence.

  • Cisco CCNA Exam -- Are you thinking about taking Cisco's CCNA exam (640-801)? Here's a 10-question quiz to let you know whether you're on the right track.

  • Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) -- DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) is a technology for bringing high-bandwidth information to homes and small businesses over ordinary copper telephone lines. Test your knowledge and find out if your brain cells are "always on."

  • Ethernet -- How much do you know about Ethernet? Take this quiz to find out.

  • Getting Your Message Across the Network -- This quiz tests your knowledge about the variety of methods and technologies available to get your message across.

  • Networking Hardware -- Those parts of the system that you can hit with a hammer are called hardware; those program instructions that you can only curse at are called software. - Anonymous

  • Presence Technology -- We know when our friends are online -- but do you know how we know? Take this quiz to find out.

  • Routers -- Are you a real Know-IT-All? This week we challenge you to find out. We've provided ten hints for ten terms in our glossary that relate to routers. How many can you guess without peeking?

  • Switches -- Think you know all about SAN switches? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up on our SAN switch geek-o-meter.

  • TCP/IP -- Take this quiz to test your knowledge of TCP/IP and related technology.

  • Virtual LAN -- Our quiz will determine just how much you know about the finer points of virtual LANs.

  • Wide Area Networks (WANs) -- This quiz tests knowledge about WANs, related technologies and how they work.

  • Wireless -- Think you know all about wireless and mobile? Take this quick quiz to see how you measure up.

  • Wireless LANs -- Take our wireless LAN quiz to find out how much you know about WLAN technologies. Need to refresh your memory first? See our WLAN glossary.

  • Wireless Networking -- Do you think you know a lot about wireless networking? Are you interested in taking the Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) exam? Test your knowledge with our 13-question quiz on wireless networking.

  • Wireless Standards and Protocols -- This quiz tests your knowledge about the communications standards behind wireless technologies.

 

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This was last updated in March 2010

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