COMPUTER NOTES FEB 26 2008

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COMPUTER NOTES FEB 26 2008 Computer Network- The linking of two more computers so they could link data and Exchange information. Benefits- Reduce costs, share applications, share broadband connection LAN- Local area network, within a small area such as a building or campus WAN- Wide area network, much larger area such as a state or country (Internet) Network Architecture- Nodes- device connected to a network Peer to Peer- locally controlled Client server- centrally controlled Workstation- computer connected to a network Peer to Peer- No file server – Each PC is equal Easy to set up Suitable for a small number of computers (Home networking) Client Server- Has file server- High speed computer- Contains the NOS Clients make requests of the server Suitable for large installments The internet Communication- (Packet switching)- Data broken down into packets and sent over shared routes at the same time. Packets are reassembled by the receiving computer.
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This note was uploaded on 04/13/2008 for the course COMP APPS 110 taught by Professor Belowich during the Spring '08 term at Rutgers.

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