CMI Day 14

CMI Day 14 - The Internet Applying the OSI Model in a...

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The Internet Applying the OSI Model in a global WAN environment: Objectives By the end of this chapter you will be able to: 0. Distinguish between the physical and logical elements of the Internet. 1. Visualize the structure of a TCP/IP Internet packet. 2. State the uses for common Internet devices. 3. Differentiate between various Internet protocols, their associated ports and applications and their location in the OSI model. 4. Explain the function of domain names and IP addresses and test accessibility and availability using internet resources. WAN 0. Wide Area Network 0. Made up of two or more LANs 1. Covers a large geographic area WAN: The Internet Developing the NET 1. Common communication technologies 2. ISDN 3. DSL 4. Coax Cable 5. T1 Cable/DSL Modem 2. Broadband Connection Connection Types 0. Broadband: Multiple serial lines
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The Internet 3. Internet Society, a non-profit group. 4. Oversees the formation of the policies and protocols that define how we use and interact with the Internet.
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