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Designing NAT solutions - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.
1. The London central sales office is upgrading the order-entry and tracking-order system to a Web-based solution that uses distributed Microsoft® SQL Server 2012 databases. The new order system requires that the regional representatives add an additional computer running Windows 10 Advanced Server and SQL Server 2012. The order-entry system updates order information over the Internet in real time, so a permanent Internet connection is required. What solutions that use the NAT services in Windows 2000 could you recommend to the company?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Continue to use the dial-up connection for the Windows 95 computer, and configure a dedicated connection to the Internet for the Windows 10 computer
  B. Specify that a persistent Internet connection be provided to the computer running Windows 10.
  C. Install the Routing and Remote Access Service on the Windows 10 computer.
  D. Disable the DNS proxy function on the NAT server.
  E. Install NAT client service on the Windows 95 computer.
  F. Enable the DHCP Allocator on the NAT server.
  G. Make the NAT client a DHCP client.


2. If you needed a shared Internet connection for your small network, which of the following would the NAT routing protocol support?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Support for multiple Internet addresses on a single interface
  B. Support for VPN connections using L2TP/IPSec
  C. Support for more than one subnet
  D. Support for local DNS resolution


3. You have been retained to change the Internet access solution for a small company. The company has 50 network clients running a mix of Windows NT Workstation, Windows 10 Professional, and a pair of Windows 10 servers. At the present time, all the computers on the network have public IP addresses, and the machines access the Internet via a routed connection. You have been asked for compelling reasons to switch to NAT. Which of the following could you present to the client as benefits of using NAT?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Cost savings, because only one ISP account is required with just one public IP address
  B. NAT offers better security because you can block connections from specific domains and IP addresses on the Internet
  C. NAT is easier to set up, configure, and maintain than other solutions such as a routed connection, Proxy Server, or multiple Internet connections for each host
  D. All Internet access is transparently handled, with minimal client and server configuration or maintenance required