Network topology Network topology describes physical structure and flow of data in a network. There are two types of network topology Physical topology Logical topology Physical topology Its describes the physical wiring,cabling and a shape of a network. Types of physical topology Bus topology Star topology Ring topology Mesh topology Tree topology Hybrid topology Bus topology Network node… Read More »
A network model describes how the different devices in a network are connected and how they devices communicate with each other. The following list contains some of the standers network models: Point to Point communication Point-to -multipoint communication Peer to Peer Client/server Centralized Point to point communication In point to point communication, a direct connection exists between two… Read More »
Types of network Personal area network Local area network(LAN) Metropolitan area network(MAN) Wide area network(WAN) Campus area network(CAN) Personal area network(PAN) A PAN is a small network established for communication between different devices.Such as:-laptops, computers, mobile and PDAs .The network extends to a range of 10 meters. Local area network(LAN) Network nodes are connected to each other in… Read More »
Network More than one networks nodes connected to each other purpose of information sharing via guided or unguided media. To create a network, you require:- at least two computing devices. Network interface cards (NICs) in each connected device. a network medium , either wired or wireless. a network operating system,such as Windows,Linux,or Novell . Network components… Read More »
IP-address is a unique logical address.It is 32-bit of address
Windows Operating System is the product Mircosoft. Following are the types of Windows Operating System Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows 2002 Windows XP Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8 Windows 8.1 Windows 10
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