Chapter 9 1. IP hosts in two different company TCP/IP networks send IP packets to each other through the Internet. Which of the following is true about the Internet connections that must exist so that the packets can flow between the two companies? a. The two companies must connect directly to each other.
2. a) What technology components (cover the categories of software, hardware and networks) do we need at FastFit to interact with our customers on the web? (use a table) b) At what location within FastFit would you place these technology components and why? (use a table) A) Hardware | Software | Networks | Personal Computers | * World Wide Web * VOIP software | Access to the Internet | Servers | Electronic Mail | Internet | Bar Code | Database with reliable information | Internet | Modem | Security Firewall to control outsiders’ access | Internet | B) Location to place Technology Components | Why? | Headquarters | All the operations must be controlled from headquarters, so the right placement of these components is HQ. The store
/public C. /migrate D. /span Answer: B When using Mstsc.exe, the /public option establishes a connection to the specified terminal server in a mode suitable for use on a computer in a public place that does not cache passwords or bitmaps. 23. For Internet clients to connect to a TS Gateway server using SSL, the server must have issued a __________ by a source that the client computers
Why do you think the world is running out of IPv4 addresses? The internet really started in the 70s as a DARPA research project. At the time, there were 60 or so institutions expected to connect. As the interested research community grew, the addressing scheme was expanded from 8 bits (256 addresses in the predecessor to Internet Protocol (IP) known as Network Control Protocol (NCP)) to 32 bits (the IPv4 addresses we have today). At the time, it was still expected that the internet would serve largely defense, research, and educational institutions.
What is the history of the TCP/IP model? Why was it created? Use your textbook and Internet research to support your answer. In 1970's the DOD sponsored a project to create a standardized networking model called TCP/IP. Pg 61 - 3.2.1 exercise 3.2.1 Using Figure 3-1, define each layer of the OSI model in your own words and state what each layer provides.
Unit 1. Exercise 1. Local Exchange Data travels across the internet in packets. Around these packets is a wrapper with a header and a footer. The information contained in the wrapper tells computers what kind of data is in the packet, how it fits together with other data, where the data came from and the data's final destination.
Unit 7 Assignment Christopher Place Kaplan Online University Unit 7 Assignment Question 1 A Media Access Control Address (MAC Address) is also known as a physical address and is used on the media access control protocol sublayer and is assigned to routers ports to identify them to a physical address. The reason for the router having more than one MAC address is because it has two different ports assigned for different reasons and in this case it is for internet and LAN. An IP address is an address associated with every device on a network and a computer so that the internet knows where the web servers and mail servers can send their data to. The reason for the two different IP addresses on the router is because every router has two of them one is called the WAN interface or public IP address and the other is called LAN interface or private IP address. The WAN interface is the side that is connected to the internet which is why it is public and the LAN interface is the side that is connected to the network and that is why it is private.
------------------------------------------------- Top of Form | Question 1 | ________ refers to applying the abilities of many computers in a network to work on a single problem at the same time. | Answer | Grid computing | CIS105 - Lesson 13 Quiz | | Question 2 | If two companies need to exchange data and documents over the Internet, they may be using ________ standards. | Answer | EDI | | | Question 3 | All of the following are necessary in a good disaster recovery plan EXCEPT | Answer | on-site physical backup protection. | | | Question 4 | When enterprises want all aspects of their computing integrated into one application, it is referred to as a | Answer | common virtual system | | | Question 5 | Which of the following is another term for duplicating all enterprise data? | Answer | Mirroring | | | Question 6 | Which of the following solutions address the problem of disparate applications that run on different platforms?
The IPX (internet packet exchange) shows up in the third layer of the model. In which is if a device that needs to have communication to it or in a different network then the IPX takes that information and sends it the designation throughout the network. The SPX (Sequenced Packet Exchange) protocol which as the same as IPX is also on layer three so the network is more reliable, datagram connection. The network core Protocol (NCP) is a server routine that is degned to process application requests from Netware (WIKIPEDIA.com). Some of the things that NCP does include file access, printer access, security.
Austin Sinegar LOGO/COPORATE IDENTITY PROJECT A BREIF HISTORY….. Questions from the reading & independent research Q: Answer the questions from the provided reading, LOGO/COPORATE IDENTITY - A Brief History, located on blackboard. W: Use the internet to research logos & corporate identities and answers to the questions below. Q1: Traditionally, what did the term “corporate logo” mean? Symbol or logotype W1: What does it mean today?