Chapter One:Network architecture:According to the administration, the network can be divided into two main categories1.Peer-to-peer networking: there are no dedicatedservers or hierarchy among the computers. All of the computers are equal and therefore known as peers. Security is not an issue.client server network: is a computer network where one or more computers are formed to be server; other computers can request recourses from the servers.Features peer to peer network architecture:Peers act as equalThere is no central router.Every computer can share the recourses it has. Features client server network architecture:The servers are easier to secure and maintain from one location.Data is more secure in client/server environmentServers can be physically isolated for additional security.Sensitive data can be secure.Chapter Two:Considering the following factors help in choosing the correct media type:1.Transmission Rate2.Distance Covered
You've reached the end of your free preview.
Want to read all 4 pages?
Peer-to-peer, Client-server, client server network