Networking Vicki Phillips Dr. David Moore CIS 106 May 12, 2013 Describe the features of telecommunications networks, including key networking technologies. Cover the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model, including each logical layer. Companies today operate more now than ever before becoming internet work using intranets, Internet and so many telecommunications to allow them networks to support e-business operations and collaboration within their company, and with their suppliers, customers, and business associates. Telecommunications has move in a decontrolled and aggressive competitive market with many companies, vendors, carriers and services. When it comes to technology it is moving rapidly in open, internetworked digital networks for data, voice, and multimedia.
NT1230 Unit 2. Assignment 1. Disk Redundancy Research Using the Internet and the ITT Tech Virtual Library, research the following questions, and provide your thoughts on each one. Submit your answers in a Word Document and ensure that you cite any resources you utilized with the proper APA format. 1.
Question 1: Define and explain the following terminologies: Computer network; White (2013, p.3) defines computer network as “an interconnection of computers and computing equipment using wires or radio waves and can share data and computing resources”. It is basically an interconnection of computer systems comprising of devices such as servers, computers (desktop, laptop), tablets (iPads), mainframe and other hardware devices such as storage devices and printers. Its main purpose is to allow for communication between these computers and equipment so that the different users of the computers in the network can share data and resources. All networks have * a medium of communication that are either hard wired using copper cables, co-axial
The increased use of smart phones, wi-fi, and metro Ethernet C. Metro Ethernet, wi-fi, and cloud computing D. Packet switching; voice, data, and video networks; and TCP/IP Correct! The correct answer is: D. âContemporary networks have been shaped by the rise of client/server computing, the use of packet switching and the adoption of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) as a universal communications standard for linking disparate networks and computers, including the Internet. Protocols provide a common set of rules that enable communication among
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.
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.
Table for Individual Question FeedbackPoints Earned:0.0/1.0Correct Answer(s):sendmail; Sendmail 5. What tasks must you complete to install SSL on an IIS server? A) Obtain and install a server certificate. B) Create an SSL binding for your Website(s). C) Configure the Website or FTP7 site to use SSL.
Chapters 7-9 70-643 Chapter 7 Matching A. Application hosting technology that launches a separate for each request is Common Gateway Interface (CGI.) B. The Internet Server Application Programing Interface(ISAPI) provides the interface between IIS and ASP.NET in IIS7’s Classic mode. C. The first Web technology to enable servers to process code in HTML files is Server Side Includes (SSI).
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.
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