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7.1.1 WAN Technologies
Let's talk about some WAN technologies.
In this lesson we're going to review some of the media and technologies that are commonly used to create a WAN connection.
Now you do have a lot of different
Week 4 Classroom Lecture
This week, the new pseudo commands are the Loops (or Repetitive) statements: A Repetitive
(or Loop) statement is how you would execute the same block of code multiple times until some
exit condition is met.
There three types of Lo
Homework 3 Loops and Decision/Selection statements
In this assignment, you will Design, C-code and Write a test plan for a program that performs the
Write your own unique program that does something in a loop that is flexible enough for an
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7.3.5 Configuring a RADIUS Solution
Configuring a RADIUS Solution
Let's look at how to configure a RADIUS server for centralization of remote access authentication, authorization and accounting.
Remote Access Server
Before we configure t
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7.3.4 Creating a Remote Access Connection
Creating a Remote Access Connection
In this demonstration we're going to practice creating a Remote Access Connection. We'll configure this Windows workstation to connect to a remote access serve
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7.3.3 Configuring a Remote Access Server
Configuring a Remote Access Server
Let's take a look at how to set up a remote access server. I have a Windows 2008 Server that I will configure as the remote access server.
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7.3.2 Remote Access Facts
Remote access allows a host to connect remotely to a private server or a network to access resources on that server or network. Remote access
connections are typically used to connect remotely to servers at your
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7.3.1 Remote Access
Remote access allows a host to connect to a server, or a private network, and access resources on the server, or network, as if they were connected to the LAN. Remote access
connections are used to conne
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7.2.4 Internet Services Facts
Internet connectivity provides methods (sets of standards) that allow computers to connect to the Internet through an ISP. The two primary methods
of Internet connection are through dialup or LAN.
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7.2.3 Fiber and Power Line Internet Connectivity
Fiber and Power Line Internet Connectivity
In addition to DSL, cable, satellite and mobile broadband, there are other options for establishing an Internet connection.
Passive Optical Networ
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7.2.2 Mobile Internet Connectivity
Mobile Internet Connectivity
Let's now shift gears a little bit and look at the cellular option for Internet access. Now the cellular option is also called mobile web, and most cellular providers today
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7.2.1 Traditional Internet Connectivity
Traditional Internet Connectivity
Let's spend some time talking about Internet connectivity. In this lesson we're going to talk about the different mechanisms and methods that you have at your
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7.1.3 WAN Services
We've talked about the WAN cloud as being kind of an unspecified type of network. Now let's look at the different types of WAN technologies that's used both to connect to and within the WAN cloud.
If I need
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7.1.6 WAN Services Facts
The following table describes common WAN services that are used to connect two networks through a WAN.
The PSTN is the network used for placing local and long-distance phone calls.
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7.1.2 WAN Structure
A wide area network connects two or more networks over a long distance. For example, you might have an office in two different cities and you want to be able to connect those two networks together
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7.1.5 WAN Facts
A generic wide area network uses the following components:
The WAN cloud is the collection of equipment that makes up the WAN network. The WAN cloud is owned and maintained by large
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7.1.4 WAN Media Facts
WANs can use one of several cable standards. When you contract for WAN services, you will need to understand your bandwidth needs to choose
the appropriate cabling option. The table below describes common WAN carrier
CMIS 102 Hands-On Lab
/ Week 5
This hands-on lab allows you to follow and experiment with the critical steps of developing a program including the
program description, Analysis, , Design(program design, pseudocode), Test Plan, and implementation