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Networking defined is aimed toward laptop execs who've an curiosity in furthering their wisdom of the elemental rules of networks and networking. It employs a simple to stick with query and resolution structure. The questions are consultant of these requested via those who are already within the computing box and are labeled hierarchically by way of topic in order that busy readers who search solutions to express questions within the warmth of wrestle can locate them simply. The solutions are meant to offer the reader a vast beginning in networking ideas. for that reason, this article turns out to be useful to laptop execs who're drawn to both bettering their functions in networking, or are contemplating altering their professions to the sector of networking. The textual content is also used as a supplemental resource in case you have a operating wisdom of computing yet lack an knowing of the basic thoughts and theoretical underpinnings of networks. eventually, the textual content can be utilized as a uncomplicated tutorial publication for undergraduate or graduate networking scholars. Illustrations, tables, and distinct sidebars are integrated to assist enhance additional figuring out. query and resolution formatInformative sidebars and illustrationsEasy-to-read and keep on with

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Thus, the Internet is a collection of computer networks based on a specific set of network standards (TCP/IP), which describe how the computers of each individual network are to communicate with each other. The Internet allows individual, autonomous networks to function and appear as a single, large network. The Internet and TCP/IP are discussed in more detail in Chapter 3. 22. OK, I'm really confused now. I've heard of something called an intranet. How is that different from an internet? It's easy to get confused with all the network buzzwords.

Page 7 18. Interoperability? What's that? Interoperability refers to the degree in which products (software and hardware) developed by different vendors are able to communicate successfully with each other over a network. During the heyday of proprietary (private, vendor-specific, or in-house) networks, interoperability really wasn't an issue as long as one stuck with a specific vendor's products and protocols. Occasionally a third-party vendor would set up shop and develop an application that had more bells and whistles (called valued-added features) than your vendor was offering.

5. What about node? I see this term used frequently. The word node is commonly used interchangeably with device; both terms refer to any equipment that can access a network. You also frequently see the term station used in the literature. Station is synonymous with device and node. 6. If device and node are generic terms that refer to any entity connected to a network, then why do you use the term computers in your definition? We prefer to distinguish between devices and computers. As network devices, computers are called hosts (or servers) or workstations (also called desktops or clients).

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