Stacie Rollins Monday , December 15, 2014 Nt 2640 Unit 1 Assignment 1 Network IDs used to be divided into classes, which were Class A, B, and C. These classes were allowed to have a range of addresses. This class-based system would work well for a while, but the rapid growth of the Internet it becomes evident that this addressing scheme had to be changed in order to support the many networks that were being created. A class full system would be created and still used the IP addressing fundament of a classless system. This 32-bit IP addressing system is subdivided into two portions; the network address space are the host address space. Class A addresses were created for a very large network with few logical network segments and many hosts that have the high-order bit set to zero.
Unit 1 IP Addresses Classes and Special-Use IP Address Space Network IDs used to be divided into classes, and these classes are Class A, B, and C. These classes were allowed to have a range of addresses depending subnet we are using. This class-based system would work well for a while, but with the rapid growth of the Internet it became evident that this addressing scheme had to be changed in order to support the many networks that were being created (CompTIA Network, Ch.7, 2009). This 32-bit IP addressing system is subdivided into two portions: the network address space and the host address space in IPv4. Class A were created for a very large network with few logical network segments and many hosts that have the high-order bit set to zero. The first octet (the left-most eight bits) is used to define the network ID.
This WAN should have frame relay using 100 Gigabit Ethernet which will provide error checking which will allow all information being received or transmitted will be sent error free. The 100 Gigabit Ethernet interface provides data rates of 100 Gbps. It supports IPv4 and IPv6 protocols which will assist with expansion as you add IP addresses in many areas. With speeds this fast it will accelerate internet access and increase bandwidth between all 47 of its US offices and the main data center. Rapid Freight desires to have a reliable and secure network to accommodate their ever growing company.
Switching over to Ethernet cabling would also be less expensive and more flexible than the existing coaxial cables and they offer more noise resistance. I can run the cables in the ceiling or between the computers so that they do not get stepped on or rolled over by the chairs. I will also need to put in a router or a hub to connect the client
Outline and Thesis Statement Guide Online Schooling vs. Traditional Schooling What is your thesis statement? On-line schooling is comparable to traditional school by allowing more people to further their education, from home and on their own time. I. Introduction: Now a days there are more options of higher education than ever.
DSL Type | Description | Maximum download speed | Minimum Upload speed | Maximum Distance (m) | ( ADSL) – ADSL2+ | This has a much higher download speed than upload speed based on traffic statistics. | 24 Mbps | 1.4 Mbps | 6000+ | High- bit- rate DSL ( HDSL) | This is comparable in performance to a T1 line; it has the same upload and download rate but requires two lines. | 2320Kbps | 2320Kbps | 12,000 | ISDN DSL ( IDSL) | This type of DSL operates at a fixed rate for both upload and download; it is primarily for users of Integrated | 128Kbps | 144 Kbps | 10,700 | DSL Type | DSL Type | Maximum download speed | Minimum Upload speed | Maximum Distance | Multirate Symmetric DSL (MSDSL) | This is a symmetric DSL type that is capable of more than one transfer rate. | 2.32 Mbps | 160kbps | 29,000 | Rate Adaptive DSL ( RADSL) | This is an asynchronous DSL type that can adjust speeds based on the length and quality of the connection line. | 8 Mbit/s | 1 Mbit/s | (8) kilometers (5 mi) | Symmetric DSL ( SDSL) | This type of DSL sends and receives data at the same rate | 2.048 Mbps | 2.048Mbps | 3000
The internet has become an integral part of our daily life. Whether it is used for work, education or daily life, seldom does a day go by without it. Furthermore, many governmental and none-governmental bodies keep track of internet penetration levels and some empowered bodies strive to achieve higher levels of penetration such as the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The importance of internet penetration stems from its vital presence in day to day activities to the extent that it may have a large effect on macroeconomic measures and social wealth fair. From this concept, it is important to examine the market of Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
Atlantic Computer: A Bundle of Pricing Options 1. What price should Jowers charge DayTraderJournal.com for the Atlantic Bundle (i.e., Tronn servers + PESA software tool)? Server need: Web servers to host the company's new website Top 3 Requirements: 1. Minimize the acquisition costs 2. Minimize the possession costs 3.
Either way, what is the college option that best suits our needs? Do we want to take our classes on campus, or will online classes be better for us. With the increase in today’s technology, everything you could ever need to know is out there on the internet. As we get beyond the age of 25, our need for the social interaction of on campus classes becomes less and less. Being able to still work and study for their degree was the main reason for using online classes by 80% of the participants in a 2006 study by O’Lawrence (Park, 2009).
Thesis Statement: Research suggests that online education (is more) (has become more) advantageous than traditional classroom education by offering lower tuition costs, more diverse and obtainable degrees and masteries, and by enabling the realistic pursuit of higher intellectual learning for paraprofessionals and unconventional students. Task 1 Annotated Bibliography Smith, David E., Mitry, Darryl J. (2008). Investigation of Higher Education: The Real Costs and Quality of Online Programs. Journal of Education for Business; Jan/Feb2008, Vol.