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NTT Multimedia Communications Laboratories Systems Administrator Interview Question

I interviewed in San Mateo, CA and was asked:
"[TCP/IP] Let's say the company you work for has a block of IP addresses: 190.191.192.0/18. 2) [TCP/IP] Write down as many fields as you can remember, that form an IP header (Bonus if you add the number of bits of each, and write them in sequence). 3) [Linux] In a Linux machine, how can you check the number of cores in a multicore machine? 4) [General IT] What is a RAID6, and what is the main difference with RAID5?"
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5) [Linux] What UNIX shell command will you use (and its parameters) to find all files with an extension .doc from the local
directory, Including all its subdirectories?
6) [Cisco] What command(s) will you use to check what access lists are applied to a given interface <IntX>?
7) [General IT] What is ARP?
8) [Linux] What command will you use to list the files that are in use ("opened") by process with ID <1234>?
9 [Linux] What shell command will you use to check the routing table in a Linux Server?
10) [Linux] A user needs to transfer files securely from one Linux computer to another. What tools/protocols would you
recommend so he/she can achieve that, and why?
11) [Linux] What shell command (and parameters) will you use to delete all files in the current directory, and all its
sub-directories (Without the shell asking if you're sure)?
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