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Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol An industry-standard suite of communication protocols that enables interoperability Routing the process of deciding which path to take on a network Routing Table generate automatically by software, is used to determine the best possible route for a packet Router a network connection device containing software that connects network systems and controls traffic flow between them Static Router requires the network routing manager to give it information about which addresses are on which network Dynamic Router can build tables that identify addresses on each network Client/Server Model software runs on the local computer (client) and communicates with the remote server to request information Convergence refers to integrating voice, video, and data so that multimedia information can be used for decision making Types of Protocols
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HTTP- Hypertext transfer protocol FTP- file transfer protocol TCP- transmission control protocol IP- Internet protocol SMTP- Simple mail transfer protocol POP- post office protocol VOIP- voice over internet protocol Thin Client designed to be especially small so that the bulk of the data processing occurs on the server. Network computer without a hard disk drive Thick Client one that will perform the bulk of the processing Peer to Peer Network Each computer is a client and a server. All computers on the network are equal Ethernet, Fiber Optics, Coaxial Cables Coaxial cables- thick cables that can be used for both data and voice transmissions Fiber Optics- glass tubes surrounded by a concentric layers of glass Advanced Research Projects Agency Network (ARPANET) Project started in 1969 by the US Department of Defense was the beginning of the Internet Domain Name System (DNS) Protocol which converts domain names into IP addresses when information is transferred from one network to another Extranet secure network that uses the internet and web technologies to connect intranets of business partners Hypermedia Documents include embedded references to audio, text, images, video, and other documents Hypertext
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