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CIS204 U4 Discussion
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These areas might be spread out across wide geographical locations. WANs can also be used to create connections between smaller networks such as LANs and MANs (Edraw 2015). For the… The connection created in the WAN is however private and secured, and cannot be accessed by the public. VPNs are good at establishing business connections between two sites using…
Evaluation of Routing Protocols
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When deploying a corporate network for internationally located business offices, there is always a requirement for selecting suitable routing protocols. The selection of routing protocols emphasize on security, reliability, data transmission carrier, efficiency, and robustness.… Evaluation of Routing Protocols There are many routing protocols available as…
What is a Router
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The router is connected to two or many data wires from different computers or networks. When a data packet from one data line reaches a router, it reads… The operating system of traditional routers was created to offer networking services like basic routing and switching functions, secure and reliable access to resource and computers in a network and offer…
Review of Telephone and Data Network
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Full Paper Title Name University Current LAN Topology After analyzing the network, workstations are distributed in to segments, as there are several hubs on the network each of one is indicating a gateway to the terminals connected to them. The network architecture of Albany has three different segments.… There are total two network segments for all the…
Computer Networking - Protocol
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A significant advantage is that there is the possibility of putting data paths in a way that allows for connection that can be regarded as smooth. There is also a possibility of removing buffers that… Packet switching can be regarded as advantageous since it allows for the groping of all data under transmission. As such, data is grouped without consideration…
Service request
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uses the old PBX system. PBX means Private Branch Exchange, privately owned and is created to function as a box referred to as the central office made to handle anywhere from 100-20,000 lines within a 20 – 30 miles radius large scale.… To connect to an external number or to place an outside call a trunk access code is normally pressed like 0 for operator and…
Huffman Trucking Company Inc. Telephony Service Profiling
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At present, Huffman Trucking Company Inc. uses the old PBX system. PBX means Private Branch Exchange, privately owned and is created to function as a box referred to as the central office made to handle anywhere from 100-20,000 lines within a 20 - 30 miles radius large scale.… To connect to an external number or to place an outside call a trunk access code is…
C IP networks
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1. Introduction and Background The specialized and trained networking professionals need to recognize sub netting. The network performance can be enhanced by understanding TCP/IP sub netting and this can be achieved by splitting up collision and broadcast domains.… Although, it is crucial to deliver the idea behind sub netting via fundamental binary…
Effects of e-Business on Project Mgt, Supply Chain Mgt, Retailing, Entertainment & Manufacturing
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Effects of e-Business on Project Mgt, Supply Chain Mgt, Retailing, Entertainment & Manufacturing Table of Contents 1.Introduction 3 2.Effects of e-Business on Project management 3 2.1.Advantages 4 2.2.Disadvantages 4 3.Effects of e-Business on Supply chain management 5 3.1.Advantages 5 3.2.Disadvantages 6 4.Effects of e-Business on Retailing 7 4.1.Advantages 7 4.2.Disadvantages 8 5.Effects of e-Business on Entertainment 9 5.1.Advantages 9 5.2.Disadvantages 10 6.Effects of e-Business on Manufacturing 10 6.1.Advantages 11 6.2.Disadvantages 11 7.Conclusion 11 8.Reference 13 1.…
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Instructor: Internetworking Equipment There is a range of internetworking equipment that is used in the networking system of businesses or offices. Among them include routers, switches and bridges (Gokhale, 2004). Offices use any of their preferred equipments to suit the needs of their networking purposes.… This is because it can accommodate many computing…
Mobile IP Technology
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One of the most important providers of Mobile IP technology is Samsung which has introduced the Mobile IP technology in its products in order to offer 'a greater degree of connectivity which is almost becoming a necessity for the business user on the go; Data connectivity solutions for this group of users is a very different requirement than it is for the fixed dialup user or the stationary wired LAN user' (CISCO (2006).…
Advance Computer Architecture: Parallel Computing
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Through parallel computing, a problem can be broken down into simple parts that can be solved individually but concurrently. Each problem can then be broken… Parallel computing requires multiple processors, which serves as the workers and the network that serves as the link between workers. It also requires the operating system that functions as the manager of…
Wireless Communication
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Mesh topology or mesh network is a network topology in which devices are connected with many redundant interconnections between network nodes. In a true mesh topology every node has a connection to every other node in the network. … Since for full mesh network topology every node must has a circuit connecting it to every other node in a network hence it is a…
Networking
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Network topologies are essential before implementing a network as per requirements of an organization. Topology is a framework defining the arrangements of every object on the network.This includes workstations, network components, servers, WAN devices and many more. … Recommended LAN topology is a star topology. As star topology shares many advantages, the…
Virtual Private Network
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VPN Tools (Author’s Name) (Institutional Affiliation) Table of contents Introduction………………………………………………………………………………………………3 1.0 OpenVPN………………………………………………………………………………………….… ..…11 3.1 Screenshots ……………………………………………………………………………...12 3.2 Advantages/ Disadvantages…………………………………………………………..…12 4.0 Windows Built-In VPN………………………………………………………………………………12 4.1 Screenshots…
Wired Equivalent Privacy
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During the setting up of a wireless network for business or home establishments, most people overlook the configuration of prerequisite wireless security feature. Wired Equivalent Privacy, WEP is one of the options of providing security in such circumstances.… Wired Equivalent Privacy, WEP is one of the options of providing security in such circumstances. WEP…
Compare between wired and wireless LAN. List the advantages and disadvantages of each
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A local area network (LAN) is a computer network that links computers and devices in a small geographical area such as home, school, computer laboratory, or office building, as opposed to a wide area network (WAN), which is a computer network that connects computers and devices… Wired LAN uses coaxial cables or specific wires and network adapters to link…
Complete Computer Network Infrastructure for a Real or Ficticious Business
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Contents 1 Abstract 3 2 Introduction 3 3 Network Architecture 4 4 Wide Area Network 13 5 Proposed Network Model 21 6 Network Security 23 7 DNS 25 8 Wireless Networks 26 9 Conclusion and Recommendations 28 10 References 29 1 Abstract We have assumed a proposed network of a hospital that will remotely connect to maternity homes.… After defining the…
Wireless Area Network
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Networks are defined by the area it covers. For a typical small company Local Area Network (LAN) is employed, whereas Wide Area Network (WAN) is used across cities or even across the continents. To network a company of 100… Wireless network for a company of 100 employees for purpose of data sharing and printing is discussed in the paper. In a company any…
Internet Connectivity
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This is especially the case when it comes to the business establishments and organisation since communication facilitates among other things business opportunities. Thus the need of communication which is convenient, fast ,… Protocol and computer languages are being implemented to ensure that communication through the internet is done from anywhere in the…
Construction Procurement and RIBA Plan of Work
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The development of procurement systems has recently boosted and several management systems have been devised. After research it has been concluded that a comprehensive assessment of the various procurement systems has been established by Mastermann in 1994.… Separated & Cooperative System This system is one of the most widely used system where each party of…
Networkinh
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Networking Assignment By Author Date Table of Contents Networking Assignment 1 Table of Contents 2 Abstract 3 Introduction 3 Problem Analysis and Proposed Solution 4 Suggested Solution 5 Implementation of a VPN (Virtual Private Network) 5 Connecting to the Internet 10 Implementation of a Web Site 11 Security Considerations 11 Conclusion and Recommendations 11 Abstract There are seven wonders all over the world and a computer can be acknowledged as eighth.…
Networkinh
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It is used in every walk of life to carry out different tasks. At the present, the majority of business organizations use computers to run their business. However, with the passage of time… This report suggests ways that can be adopted to improve their business capabilities. A computer network consists of a set of a number of parts which include hardware,…
Internet and E-Business : Case Study for Oxenford Business College
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Internet and E-Business: A Case Study for Oxenford Business College This report investigates how Oxenford Business College could take advantage of e-commerce in expanding their business. The report is divided into two sections: the first was about e-commerce and online learning and was written for the management while the second was the technical part addressed to the concerns of the IT administrator.…
Setting up a home network
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A network is a system through which two or more computers are linked with each other so that resources like printers, files can be shared between them. It also enables electronic communication between them. Computers in a network may be linked with each other through cables, telephone lines, infrared beams or satellite.… A LAN configuration consists of a main…
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