Specifications for peer to peer and clientserver network drawings Each network

Specifications for peer to peer and clientserver

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Specifications for peer-to-peer and client/server network drawings: Each network should have at least four computers. Choose a network topology for each network. You may use any network topology (star, bus, star bus, ring, etc.) that is appropriate for the type of network. Write a sentence above each design to explain what the network is used for and why you chose its particular topology. Make sure your assignment meets or exceeds the following assessment criteria: The peer-to-peer and client/server drawings show accurate connections between the computers. The drawings show an understanding of different network topologies and accurately depict reasonable topologies for the given network type. The written descriptions for each type of network match typical uses for such a network. The drawings are neat and the descriptions use proper spelling and grammar.
NAF Principles of Information Technology Lesson 9 Introduction to Networks Copyright © 2007–2016 NAF. All rights reserved. Description of Peer-to-Peer Network:
NAF Principles of Information Technology Lesson 9 Introduction to Networks Copyright © 2007–2016 NAF. All rights reserved. Description of Client/Server Network:
NAF Principles of Information Technology Lesson 9 Introduction to Networks Copyright © 2007–2016 NAF. All rights reserved. Student Resource 9.7 Project Planner Page 5: Planning a Dream Personal Technology System Student Names:_______________________________________________ Date:____________ This is the fifth page of the project planner you’ll use to help plan your group’s personal technology system. Later, you will add items such as the operating system, Internet access, and other considerations you might need to keep in mind. Remember that you should be keeping track of all of your project planner pages for the entire course. Your group will collect and submit all of these resources at the end of the project. Answer the questions below to identify and plan if and how the dream system your group is designing will connect to a network. List the factors (such as ease of hardware sharing, shared storage, and so on) you will keep in mind while making plans for the system. Don’t forget to think about your system’s stated purpose when you are making these choices. When discussing your plans, be as specific as you can, but don’t worry about the exact model number of networking card, router, or other hardware you might buy. For example, if you know you will choose a networking card but have not yet chosen the specific one you would want, you can come back to this later and add that information. If you do not believe that your personal technology system needs any networking equipment, be sure to explain this and justify your reasoning. When your group has completed this planning sheet, add the information to the culminating project report you began in Lesson 7. Be sure to keep that report up-to-date—including adding a line to your project planning summary table!

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