How can we help?

You can also find more resources in our Help Center.

Study sets matching "networking"

Study sets
Classes
Users

Study sets matching "networking"

182 terms
Networking
Physical
Data Link
Network
Transport
OSI Layer 1
OSI Layer 2
OSI Layer 3
OSI Layer 4
Physical
OSI Layer 1
Data Link
OSI Layer 2
32 terms
Networking
Client
Computer Network
Host
Hub
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
Any part of the network that gives data out (where client acc…
A device that uses its ports to connect devices (computers, p…
Client
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computer Network
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
22 terms
Networking
Network
Network devices
Transmission medium
Network interfaces
a group of computers that can share information through their…
hardware that enable connectivity (such as hubs, switches, an…
provides a path for electrical signals between devices.
devices that send and receive electrical signals.
Network
a group of computers that can share information through their…
Network devices
hardware that enable connectivity (such as hubs, switches, an…
39 terms
Networking
bluetooth
Bus Topology
Chat Room
Client
allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
linked like a chain
a virtual room where people discuss using text over the Inter…
receives data
bluetooth
allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
Bus Topology
linked like a chain
18 terms
Networking
Client
Computer network
Host
Hub
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
Any part of the network that gives data out (where client acc…
A device that uses its ports to connect devices (computers, p…
Client
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computer network
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
7 terms
Networking
Networking
Goal
Leader
Team
Interact with other people to exchange information and develo…
Object of a person's ambition or effort;aim or desired result
Person who leads the group or commands
Coming together as one to achieve a common goal
Networking
Interact with other people to exchange information and develo…
Goal
Object of a person's ambition or effort;aim or desired result
35 terms
Networking
Bandwidth
Bluetooth
Bus Topology
Client
The amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
Allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
In a bus topology computers are arranged in the linear format…
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Bandwidth
The amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
Bluetooth
Allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
7 terms
NETWORKING
Internet
Cell phone
Mailbox
Inbox
Worldwide computer network that uses the phone line to transm…
A portable telephone that sends and receive radio signals thr…
A computer file or set of files for the collection and storag…
An electronic folder for incoming e-mails or text messages
Internet
Worldwide computer network that uses the phone line to transm…
Cell phone
A portable telephone that sends and receive radio signals thr…
20 terms
Networking
petit
moustache
misleading
beard
drobna - o kobiecie
wąsy
wprowadzający w błąd, mylący
broda
petit
drobna - o kobiecie
moustache
wąsy
182 terms
Networking
Physical
Data Link
Network
Transport
OSI Layer 1
OSI Layer 2
OSI Layer 3
OSI Layer 4
Physical
OSI Layer 1
Data Link
OSI Layer 2
36 terms
Networking
réseau
réparer
dépanner
mal fixé
network
to fix
to troubleshoot
loose
réseau
network
réparer
to fix
Networking
aperture
backbone
Internet backbones
coverage area
отверстие
основа, магистраль
интернет-магистрали
зона покрытия, зона охвата
aperture
отверстие
backbone
основа, магистраль
164 terms
Networking
peer-to-peer network
benefits of a peer-to-peer network
disadvantages of a peer-to-peer network
client-server network
hosts provide their own network resources to other hosts.
easy to implement & inexpensive
not scalable, difficult to support, & lack centralized storage
hosts have specific roles
peer-to-peer network
hosts provide their own network resources to other hosts.
benefits of a peer-to-peer network
easy to implement & inexpensive
32 terms
Networking
Client
Computer Network
Host
Hub
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
Any part of the network that gives data out (where client acc…
A device that uses its ports to connect devices (computers, p…
Client
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computer Network
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
22 terms
networking
keep in touch
give me a call
letter
win
keep in touch
give me a call
Networking
LAN - Local Area Network
hosts
WAN - wide area network
MPLS - MultiProtocol Label Switching
● usually restricted to a small geographic area ... ● usually as…
● Workstation: high powered client ... ● Server: provides a serv…
● usually involve routing ... ● large geographic location ... ● can…
● physical layout flexibility ... ● prioritizing of data ... ● redu…
LAN - Local Area Network
● usually restricted to a small geographic area ... ● usually as…
hosts
● Workstation: high powered client ... ● Server: provides a serv…
205 terms
Networking
ADSL
AH
AM
APIPA
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
Authentication Header
Amplitude Modulation
Automatic Private Internet Protocol Addressing
ADSL
Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line
AH
Authentication Header
24 terms
Networking
HTTP
TCP
Internet Protocol (IP)
DHCP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol, ... Port 80
Transmission Control Protocol, ... Protocol for data transmissio…
Internet Protocol, ... The part of TCP/IP that handles the routi…
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, ... Protocol used to take a…
HTTP
Hypertext Transfer Protocol, ... Port 80
TCP
Transmission Control Protocol, ... Protocol for data transmissio…
16 terms
Networking
computer network
communications network
packet
packet switching
two or more computers linked together to share data and resou…
any collection of devices that have the ability to exchange s…
a set of bits (ex. part of email message or video download)
divides messages into several packets that can be routed inde…
computer network
two or more computers linked together to share data and resou…
communications network
any collection of devices that have the ability to exchange s…
15 terms
Networking
strike up a conversation
make sb redundant
succinct
concise
rozpocząć rozmowę
zwolnić kogoś z powodu redukcji etatów
zwięzły
zwięzły, krótki, treściwy
strike up a conversation
rozpocząć rozmowę
make sb redundant
zwolnić kogoś z powodu redukcji etatów
111 terms
Networking
What is a Network?
Who developed the first wired network?
What type of cable did Xerox park use…
The Ethernet cable included __________…
2 or more computers that are linked together so that they can…
Xerox Parc in 1970.
Coaxial cable, then moved to twisted pair or 10 base T which…
Protocol.
What is a Network?
2 or more computers that are linked together so that they can…
Who developed the first wired network?
Xerox Parc in 1970.
63 terms
Networking
system
networking
computer network
1-1
A set of connected things or parts forming a complex whole
communicating with and within a group
A network consists of two or more computers that are linked i…
Simplest network, only connecting 2 computers via ethernet ca…
system
A set of connected things or parts forming a complex whole
networking
communicating with and within a group
723 terms
Network+
10Base standards
802.11
802.2
802.3
A set of standards that describes the media type and the spee…
An IEEE standard that specifies an over-the-air interface bet…
An IEEE standard used to address the need for MAC sub-layer a…
An IEEE standard used to standardize Ethernet and expand it t…
10Base standards
A set of standards that describes the media type and the spee…
802.11
An IEEE standard that specifies an over-the-air interface bet…
100 terms
NETWORKING
Middle Ages
Guttenberg
Morse
Bell
Communication and Transportation are linked
formed printing press
created the telegraph
created the telephone
Middle Ages
Communication and Transportation are linked
Guttenberg
formed printing press
8 terms
Networking
Computer Network
Node (host)
Data transfer rate (bandwidth)
client/server model
-A collection of computing devices, connected in order to com…
Any device on a network
-The speed with which data is moved from one place to another…
Computer Network
-A collection of computing devices, connected in order to com…
Node (host)
Any device on a network
NETWORKING
Internet
Cell phone
Mailbox
Inbox
Worldwide computer network that uses the phone line to transm…
A portable telephone that sends and receive radio signals thr…
A computer file or set of files for the collection and storag…
An electronic folder for incoming e-mails or text messages
Internet
Worldwide computer network that uses the phone line to transm…
Cell phone
A portable telephone that sends and receive radio signals thr…
6 terms
Networking
nmtui
nmcli
system-config-networks
/etc/network/interface
Network Mgmt semi-graphical interface
Network Mgmt CLI
...
...
nmtui
Network Mgmt semi-graphical interface
nmcli
Network Mgmt CLI
10 terms
networking
covers a large area... consists of LANs i…
Covers a smaller area such as a house…
Personal Area Network... Your own persona…
rules that the computer obeys
WAN
LAN
PAN
Protocol
covers a large area... consists of LANs i…
WAN
Covers a smaller area such as a house…
LAN
9 terms
Networking
Port numbers
Switches and routers
Switches
Switches 2
20 FTP client... 21 FTP server... 22 SSH server... 23 Telenet server... 2…
...
- OSI Level 2 (3 if provides Routing)... - Looks like a hub.... - B…
Data frames can be switched in one of four ways:... 1. Store and…
Port numbers
20 FTP client... 21 FTP server... 22 SSH server... 23 Telenet server... 2…
Switches and routers
...
162 terms
Networking
32 bits
Domain Name System
Providing IP addresses for host names
at the top of the DNS hierarchy and co…
What is the length of an IPv4 address?
What does DNS stand for?
What is DNS primarily used for?
DNS root-level domains
32 bits
What is the length of an IPv4 address?
Domain Name System
What does DNS stand for?
8 terms
Networking
Wireless
WIFI
LAN
WAN
Internet, Bluetooth, or other connections without wires
a wireless networking technology that allows computers and ot…
Local Area Network, a computer network limited to a small are…
Wide Area Network, Many wide area networks span long distance…
Wireless
Internet, Bluetooth, or other connections without wires
WIFI
a wireless networking technology that allows computers and ot…
35 terms
Networking
Bandwidth
Bluetooth
Bus Topology
Client
The amount of data that can be transferred over a certain amo…
allows electronic devices like call phones and computers to e…
In a bus topology computers are arranged in the liner format.…
any part of the network that receives date such as a workstat…
Bandwidth
The amount of data that can be transferred over a certain amo…
Bluetooth
allows electronic devices like call phones and computers to e…
25 terms
networking
Bandwidth
Bluetooth
bus topology
client
The amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
allows electronic devices like cellphones and computer to exc…
in a bus topology computers are arranged in the linear format…
any part of the network that receives data such as a worksman
Bandwidth
The amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
Bluetooth
allows electronic devices like cellphones and computer to exc…
35 terms
networking
bandwidth
bluetooth
bus topology
client
the amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
in a bus topology computers are arranged in the linear format…
any part of the network that receives data such as a work sta…
bandwidth
the amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
bluetooth
allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
33 terms
Networking
ARPANET
MAC, IPv4, IPv6
Bandwidth
Bus Topology
The original name for the internet when it was developed by t…
Three main addressing systems.
The rate of data transfer, bit rate or throughput, measured i…
A network topology in which nodes are connected in a daisy ch…
ARPANET
The original name for the internet when it was developed by t…
MAC, IPv4, IPv6
Three main addressing systems.
71 terms
Networking
Network
Transmission Medium
Network Interface
Protocols
group of computers that can share information through their i…
provides a path for electrical signals between devices
devices that send and receive electrical signals
rules or standards that describe how hosts communicate and ex…
Network
group of computers that can share information through their i…
Transmission Medium
provides a path for electrical signals between devices
19 terms
Networking
network
node
segment (link)
backbone
group of computers connected together in a way that allows in…
anything that is connected to the network
any portion of a network that is separated by a switch, bridg…
main cabling of a network that all the segments connect to. C…
network
group of computers connected together in a way that allows in…
node
anything that is connected to the network
18 terms
Networking
Client
Computer Network
Host
Hub
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computes connected together for the purpose of sharing inform…
Any part of the network that gives data out ( where client ac…
A device that uses its ports to connect devices ( computers,…
Client
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computer Network
Computes connected together for the purpose of sharing inform…
36 terms
Networking
LAN (Local Area Network)
WAN (Wide Area Network)
PAN (Personal Area Network)
Protocol
Connect computers over a building or a site.
Connect computers over a large area such as a town, city or c…
Connect the computers or devices used by one person.
When you communicate with your friends and family, you will b…
LAN (Local Area Network)
Connect computers over a building or a site.
WAN (Wide Area Network)
Connect computers over a large area such as a town, city or c…
13 terms
Networking
LAN
WAN
Network
Server
(Local Area Network). Two or more computers in a small area t…
(wide area network) usually connects several buildings, campu…
Several computers connected together so they can share inform…
A computer and software that manage the flow of information o…
LAN
(Local Area Network). Two or more computers in a small area t…
WAN
(wide area network) usually connects several buildings, campu…
60 terms
Networking
backbone
bus topology
circuit-switching
client
high-speed lines that carry data through a network
a network design that connects the network to a single line.…
a technology that provides an unbroken connection between two…
a workstation computer attached to a network, which is contro…
backbone
high-speed lines that carry data through a network
bus topology
a network design that connects the network to a single line.…
17 terms
networking
apply for a job
come to someones attention
develop a rapport
make someone redundant
officially request employemt by sending your C.V
to be noticed by someone
to build a feeling of trust and understanding with someone
to cause someone to lose their job because you do not need th…
apply for a job
officially request employemt by sending your C.V
come to someones attention
to be noticed by someone
12 terms
Networking
momentum
extracurricular
newbie
spreadsheet
n. an impelling force or strength, a measure of how hard it i…
adj. outside the regular academic curriculum
n.an inexperienced newcomer especially in computer, somebody…
n. an application used to store and analyze data.
momentum
n. an impelling force or strength, a measure of how hard it i…
extracurricular
adj. outside the regular academic curriculum
32 terms
networking
Client
Computer network
HOST
Hub
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
Any part of the network that gives data out (where client acc…
A device that uses its ports to connect devices (computers, p…
Client
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computer network
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
84 terms
Networking
Server
Serial vs Parallel Communication
TCP/IP
OSI Model
Provides services to clients
Serial is data sent one after the other, Parallel is multiple…
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol - Higher laye…
Open Systems Interconnectivity Model - How devices communicat…
Server
Provides services to clients
Serial vs Parallel Communication
Serial is data sent one after the other, Parallel is multiple…
12 terms
Networking
Local Area Network (LAN)
Personal Area Network (PAN)
Wide Area Network (WAN)
Neighborhood Area Network (NAN)
An interconnected group of computers and peripherals located…
The interconnected of personal digital devices within a range…
An interconnected group of computers and peripherals that cov…
A public high-speed network that can transmit voice and data…
Local Area Network (LAN)
An interconnected group of computers and peripherals located…
Personal Area Network (PAN)
The interconnected of personal digital devices within a range…
32 terms
Networking
Client
Computer Network
Host
Hub
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
Any part of the network that gives data out (where client acc…
A device that uses its ports to connect devices (computers, p…
Client
Any part of the network that receives data such as a workstat…
Computer Network
Computers connected together for the purpose of sharing infor…
34 terms
Networking
WAN - description
WAN - example
LAN - description
LAN - example
It covers a large are. Is made up of several LANs that are co…
The Internet.
It covers a small area like a building or an office site.
A school network.
WAN - description
It covers a large are. Is made up of several LANs that are co…
WAN - example
The Internet.
25 terms
Networking
Server
Serial data transfer
Subnet mask
Network topology
used to centralize data and share it (or serve it) with other…
the transfer of one bit at a time—in other words, transfer in…
a group of four numbers that define what IP network the compu…
the physical connections of hosts in a computer network
Server
used to centralize data and share it (or serve it) with other…
Serial data transfer
the transfer of one bit at a time—in other words, transfer in…
21 terms
Networking
Bandwidth
Bluetooth
Bus topology
client
The amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
Allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
In a bud topology computers are arranged in linear format. Al…
Any part of a network that receives data such as a workstation.
Bandwidth
The amount of data that can be transferred over a network in…
Bluetooth
Allows electronic devices like cell phones and computers to e…
1 of 10