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Introduction to Introduction to Networking – Client Networking – Client Server vs. Peer-to-Peer Server vs. Peer-to-Peer IST125 Owens Community College
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Networks Networks Two types of networks – Client Server Peer-to-peer
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Networks Networks All Kinds LANS – Local area network MANS – Metropolitan network WANS – Wide area network PANS – Personal area networks
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Identify Networks Identify Networks
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Identify Networks Identify Networks
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Identify Networks Identify Networks
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Client-Server Architecture Client-Server Architecture Client-Server is a network architecture which separates the client (often a graphical user interface) from the server. Each instance of the client software can send requests to a server or application server.
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Server / Client Software Server / Client Software Server software generally, but not always, runs on powerful computers dedicated for exclusive use to running the business application. Client software on the other hand
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