LAN Operating Systems day five week one

LAN Operating Systems day five week one - LAN Operating...

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LAN Operating Systems LAN Operating Systems Scenario IT240 Introduction to LAN Technologies University of Phoenix Mark Watson March 26, 2010 James Miller
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LAN – Local Area Network Group of computers and network devices that are connected together within the same building. Connectivity is high speed and a non-expensive. MAN – Metropolitan Area Network A larger network that usually runs between many different buildings within the same city. WAN – Wide Area Network This is not restricted to any one geographical area but can be confined to one State or Country. WAN’s have capability to connect several LAN networks, but can also be limited to one cooperation and can also be accessed by the public. This is a more expensive network and requires high speed connectivity. Define Infrastructure terms; LAN, MAN, WAN Define Architecture types; Client/Server and Peer-to-Peer Peer to Peer Network of computers that are configured to allow files and folders to be shared with selected users. Peer to Peer does not require a
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