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Restric Packet Filter - Quiz

Each question is worth one point. Select the best answer or answers for each question.
1. You have configured packet filters to deny outbound connection attempts to network ID 209.81.0.0 with the default class C subnet mask. However, you have a few executives that insist that they must have access to Web sites located on this network ID. How can you configure your packet filters to allow access for these executives?
Please select the best answer.
  A. This cannot be done if the executives continue to interface with the current proxy server.
  B. Configure the Web proxy service with an exclusion to the network ID in question, and then allow the executives permission to the exclusion.
  C. Configure the WinSock proxy client on the executives' computers to release access controls when contacting Internet Resources located on that network ID.
  D. Install a SOCK-compliant Web browser on the executives' machines. The SOCK proxy will not be affected by the packet filters.

2. You run NetBIOS application on the Proxy Server computer. You are concerned that Internet intruders may obtain valuable information about your internal network by using command line utilities such as nbtstat, which would provide them with a list of the NetBIOS names and IP addresses of your Internet network clients. What measures should you take to prevent access to NetBIOS resources and information on the proxy server?
Please select all the correct answers.
  A. Configure a Proxy Service built-in packet filter to drop all inbound NetBIOS requests on the external network interface of the proxy server.
  B. Unbind the WINS Proxy Client from the external interface of the proxy server.
  C. Install RIP version 2 in the Routing and Remote Access Service on the proxy server to prevent access to NetBIOS information.
  D. Uninstall the WINS Server on the Proxy Server computer.