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CISCO chapter 3
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Create a new kind of network that delivers more than a single type of service.
Are coming to market that take advantage of the capabilities of converged information networks.
Communication technology in the 1990s and before
Required separate, dedicated networks for voice, video and computer data communications.
A type of network that is designed to support standard telephone calls
Two or more computers connected to allow the sharing of peripherals and data
Small Home Networks
Networks that usually consist of a computer, a monitor, a speaker system, a printer, and whatever else you want.
electronic equipment connected by cable to the CPU of a computer
a computer that provides client stations with access to files and printers as shared resources to a computer network
Networks installed in small offices, or homes and home offices,
refers to the various types of media used to carry the signal between computers
provides connections between hosts and network devices
A portable music or media peripheral device that stores music files.
a small digital computer based on a microprocessor and designed to be used by one person at a time (a Host)
A network device used to connect several computers to a network. Commonly used in a twisted-pair LAN. A cable runs from each computer's NIC to the hub. The hub is often connected to a router.
control consisting of a mechanical or electrical or electronic device for making or breaking or changing the connections in a circuit (A Network Device)
a computer that provides client stations with access to files and printers as shared resources to a computer network (Host)
A printer that any user on the network can access, through its own network card and connection to the network, through a connection to a standalone print server, or through a connection to a computer as a local printer, which is shared on the network.
A peripheral device
File Access Client
A client device that runs off of a file server
e-mail access client
a client device that runs off of an e-mail server
A server that processes and delivers incoming and outgoing e-mail.
A computer that delivers (servers) Web pages you request.
a digital computer that provides workstations on a network with controlled access to shared resources
a client device that runs off of a web server
File Access Client
a client device that runs off of a file server
One of the key benefits of a network; the ability to share files stored on the server among several users.
can also be connected to create a larger peer-to-peer network but this requires a network device, such as a hub, to interconnect the computers.
The main disadvantage of a peer-to-peer environment
the performance of a host can be slowed down if it is acting as both a client and a server at the same time.
it is often necessary to have dedicated servers to support the number of service requests in a:
the source of a transfer of data to a receiver
the intended destination of a message through a channel
the computer or other network device that receives data
logical grouping of information sent over a transmission medium as a data link layer unit
in Ethernet, the result of two or more devices transmitting simultaneously
a set of rules used by LAN hardware to direct traffic on the network
meaning that there is only a single destination for the message.
When a host needs to send messages using a one-to-many pattern, it is referred to as a
If all hosts on the network need to receive the message at the same time, a _________ is used.
use rules, or protocols, in order to communicate.
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