Quiz 3 – “Test Yourself” 21 Linux Basic Questions

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6 Responses

  1. Ajit kumar says:

    1(b) : 21
    2(c) : 22
    3(a) : Default port for Telnet
    4(a) : 25
    5(b) : 42
    6(a) : http
    7(d) : 118
    8(d) : 443
    9(a) : 53
    10(a) : 68
    11(a) : 110
    12(d) : 137
    13(a) : 139
    14(c) : 143
    15(b) : 389
    16(d) : 873
    17(a) : 3306
    18(d) : 2049
    19(c) : 1194
    20(a) : 5000-5063
    21 : netstat

  2. Bala says:

    1 (b)
    2 (c)
    3 (a)
    4 (a)
    5 (b)
    6 (a)
    7 (e)
    8 (d)
    9 (a)
    10 (67)
    11 (a)
    12 (d)
    13 (a)
    14 (c)
    15 (b)
    16 (d)
    17 (a)
    18 (d)
    19 (c)
    20 (b)

  3. Arun says:

    Q3(1) – Default port for Telnet

  4. Shivanarayana Rayapati says:

    1.(b)
    2.(c)
    3.(a)
    4.(a)
    5(a)
    6.(a)
    7.(e)
    8.(d)
    9.(a)
    10.(a) 67 for server, (b) 68 for client
    11.(a)
    12.(d)
    13.(a)
    14.(c)
    15.(b)
    16.(d)
    17.(a)
    18.(d)
    19.(c)
    20.(b)
    21.(netstat -tulpn)

  5. mandeep kaur says:

    Q1(b) – 21
    Q2(c)-22
    Q3(a)-default port for telnet
    Q4(a)25
    Q5(a)-41
    Q6(a)-http
    Q7(e)-none of these
    Q8(d)-443
    Q9(a)-53
    Q10(a,b)-67 for server and 68 for client
    Q11(a)-110
    Q12(d)-137
    Q13(a)-139
    Q14(c)-143
    Q15(b)-389
    Q16(d)-873
    Q17(a)-3306
    Q18(d)-2049
    Q19(c)-1194
    Q20(b)-6000-6063
    Q21- if you want to see all the used and listening ports on your computer, you’d use the NETSTAT command.

    • Pawan says:

      Hi Mandeep,

      You did not get thge question 21 right, it say

      Where can you find all the port information in Linux?

      ans] cat /etc/services

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