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IP Transmission Control Protocol
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i.e. TCP A set of four numbers, separated by periods (i.e. 128.173.171.63).
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TCP Topology
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Physical arrangement of devices on a network. In charge of keeping track of data packets that make up the message being sent over the Internet.
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Internet Protocol Message
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TCP breaks it up into packets for efficient transmission. i.e. IP
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Packets IP
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Specifies the format of packets, and the addressing scheme. i.e. datagrams
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Input Device Website
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Defined by an IP address; use domain names like “myUCF” to link to the IP address. i.e. keyboard, mouse, RFID, scanner, card reader, etc
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Storage Output Device
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i.e. monitor, printer, speaker i.e. hard disk, CD/DVD, flash drive, SD, floppy drive, etc
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Connectivity Telecom
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i.e. modem, router, bridge, wireless, NIC, etc i.e. ports and cables such as USB, parallel, serial, firewire
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1. Input 2. Output 3. Processing (CPU) 4. Storage 5. Telecom Output Device
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6. Connectivity
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you to view or take something from a system. Hardware categories:
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course ISM 3011C taught by Professor Robertszymanski during the Spring '11 term at University of Central Florida.

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