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    • Mike from Sweden 11 10 2011, 6:08 PM Report Spam
      Cisco says that the maximum number of segments per network on a 10Base-T network is 5.

      http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps133/products_tech_note09186a00801f5d9e.shtml

    • Ed from United States 03 16 2011, 12:34 AM Report Spam
      From Cisco: OSPF uses a reference bandwidth of 100 Mbps for cost calculation. The formula to calculate the cost is reference bandwidth divided by interface bandwidth. For example, in the case of Ethernet, it is 100 Mbps / 10 Mbps = 10.
    • dns from Ireland 02 03 2011, 1:07 PM Report Spam
      Hi All, this dump is great passed my exam yesterday no problem in ireland. thanks hackerdemics your dumps are great…
    • sunnyboi from Canada 01 17 2011, 6:27 AM Report Spam
      the answer to your ospf question is , B bandwidth, that is correct. since Cost is not considered as a metric. Bandwidth is a metric value, Cost is not!
    • Tricky question from United States 01 15 2011, 5:27 PM Report Spam
      I think the answer to this question might be wrong:

      Which of the following is the Metric used for OSPF?

      A. Next Hop
      B. Bandwidth
      C. Latency
      D. Cost

      The answer given is B. Bandwidth but, I think it is supposed to be D. Cost because everywhere I look it says that the metric is the COST and the cost is based on bandwidth, reliability, round trip time.
      One book says OSPF uses cost as the metric calculated, based on the bandwidth of the link.
      The cost of a link is calculated by dividing the reference bandwidth (100 Mbps by default) by the interface bandwidth.
      Which would you choose as the most correct answer?

    • Watch Fetish from United States 01 14 2011, 3:09 AM Report Spam
      I passed this test today with a 788/900! Thanks!!!
    • glendah from Unknown 01 12 2011, 1:40 PM Report Spam
      im going to wright my n+ exam first of february,which dump must i use,please help
    • Amballo from United States 01 11 2011, 11:15 PM Report Spam
      I PASS I would say 100% valid in US….ps: I viewed all the free videos from:
      http://www.professormesser.com/
      you'll get a good understanding about network plus exam….plus this perfect brain dump by Hackerdemic….and my advise is to view the videos from professormesser.com and do the exam from this braindump…if you see any question that you don't understand…GOOGLE IT….and keep gooling until you understand it!!! and 100% you'll pass with no problem….Once Again thanks Hackerdemic for your help.
    • John from Portugal 01 08 2011, 11:27 AM Report Spam
      Hello, I have Cisco background, and I think Cisco and everything is great, you are wrong Richard, sorry. Great Dump
    • watch geek from United States 01 05 2011, 4:28 PM Report Spam
      Hi, I'm scheduled to take my Network + on 01 13th. Is this the latest and greatest dump to use? Thanks
    • Richard from United States 01 03 2011, 4:27 PM Report Spam
      Passed today with a 845. Great test prep! Questions were very close to the test. Like everyone says…if you have Cisco background..dont think "Cisco" on this test or it will trip you up!
    • Tim from United States 01 01 2011, 8:14 AM Report Spam
      do anyone know what is the password for vce so i view all the qestion and anwswer to…
    • coy from United States 12 31 2010, 6:42 PM Report Spam
      this dump is good, i just took today score 860 ,SD-CA, prometric, happy new year to all….
    • net+ forever from United States 12 30 2010, 10:47 PM Report Spam
      Tx for the dump, exams A-C were ok, D, E were tough.
      Today @ 11:30 am I passed with an 826/900 in NY
      Professer Messer was also very helpful.
    • Hobbes from United States 12 30 2010, 9:41 PM Report Spam
      @Calvin I suggest studying Comptia.TestInside.N10-004.v7.04.by.sigal 590q w/ diagrams and this dump
    • Graystonia from United States 12 29 2010, 11:52 PM Report Spam
      I took the test it yesterday ( Prometric , FL, USA ) and used the braindump that was published a couple weeks ago and passed with 813 its valid. Have not looked at this but if the questions are similar then I'm sure this is good.
    • Calvin from United States 12 29 2010, 8:56 PM Report Spam
      I will take a test on 12/31 in CA-USA. Which Dump is the best, advise please!
      Or can some one send me a memory questions that you just recently took a test. Thanks.
    • daalbhaat from Canada 12 28 2010, 6:00 PM Report Spam
      @Hackerdemician thx for ur help and updates to the incorreect answers.. it helps a lot….on ur website, comments can only b posted by registered members. if u wantt true review , let anyone post comments. because its a painto register, or even sign on before postin anything.. good dump!
    • alba from United States 12 28 2010, 5:05 PM Report Spam
      this dump valid about 80% prometric, miami
    • wtf from Macedonia 12 28 2010, 3:44 PM Report Spam
      @ Graystonia
      The question is the maximum numbers of segments not the maximum numbers of nodes per segment…So what is the correct answer? Becouse the maximum number of nodes per segment in 10Base-T is 1024 but what is the maximum number of SEGMENTS? I think its 2
    • wtf from Macedonia 12 28 2010, 12:39 PM Report Spam
      The same mistakes are here too… and a lot of new ones… how are you expecting to pass learning from wrong answers? I mean come one people if you are posting something post it right
    • Graystonia from United States 12 28 2010, 4:40 AM Report Spam
      The maximum number of nodes that can exist on the 10BASE-T network is 1024.
    • bob from United States 12 28 2010, 4:02 AM Report Spam
      what were the mistakes?
    • Sinister6 from United States 12 27 2010, 11:16 PM Report Spam
      @topmenthol

      It's 1024

    • topmenthol from United States 12 27 2010, 10:40 PM Report Spam
      which of the following is the maximum number of available segments on a 10base-t network?
      a)1,024 b)2 c)512 d)1,256

      anyone know the answer for this? the answer in here was B which i find hard to believe. is this true? i thought it would have been A?

    • Hackerdemician from Nigeria 12 27 2010, 6:42 PM Report Spam
      Hi all, I posted this dump because I was tired of all the mistakes in the other ones. I hope it will help!
    • xtradose from India 12 27 2010, 12:44 PM Report Spam
      any one seen this dump

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