802.1 standards are related to network management. It is designed to enhance the security of
wireless local area networks that follow the IEEE 802.11 standard.
The 802.3af standard originally defined the PoE functionality.
Unit 1 Lab 1.4
Lab 1.4 Review
It would take 14 Bytes to store my name.
256/8 = 32 Bytes which are being wasted
Unit 1 Lab 1.5
Lab 1.5 Review
It is necessary to plan a file structure carefully because depending on what you create the root
folder for than the subfolders can expand on it. If the folders are too loosely organized than you
Unit 1 Lab 3.5
Lab 3.5 Review
The risk in file sharing on your pc is that you might share your folders with unwanted parties if
you leave your secure network and go to an unsecure network.
File shearing should not be enabled in every
INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKING
NT1210 Introduction to Networking Lab 2
Explain why all of these elements are necessary for allowing one device to communicate with
another. What happens if one of them is not prese
BUILDING TCP/IP NETWORKS LAB 3
NT1210 Introduction to Networking lab 3
There would be too much interference going on. There would be no control of the airwaves that
wireless networks adhere to. Since we are so focus
HENRY NDHLOVU (19771337)
NT1210 Introduction to Networking Lab 4
Why are standards so important for NICs, connectors, and media? Use your textbook and
Internet research to justify your answer.
So NICs on different service
Ethernet LANs Lab 5
NT1210 Introduction to Networking Lab 5
The IEEE standards cover more than just Ethernet. The 802.3 standard actually builds upon the
802.1 network architecture standard from IEEE. Briefly define
Unit 1 Lab 1.3
Lab 1.3 Review
It is important to know how many system words can fit in a primary hard drive because that way
you know how much space there is in the hard drive.
More information can be contained in multiple bytes jo
Unit 1 Lab 2.4
Lab 2.4 Review
When imputing ipconfig in cmd.exe (Windows) and ifconfig in terminal (Mac) you get info on
IPv6 and IPv4.
The benefit to knowing how to use command line in an OS is being able to complete tasks
Unit 1 Research 1: Mind Maps & Research project
The difference between input and output devices is that
input devices are any data sent to the computer to be processed,
and anything displayed from the computer is an output device.
Unit 8 anl.1
The effects of a fragmented file system on disk performance
File fragmentation causes huge problems in system performance, and over time slow your
system down. Fragmentation causes your computer to use
Unit 1 Assignment 1
List the Words inside Acronyms table
RAM: Random Access Memory
Unit 2-3 Assignments
Chapter 2 Questions
Key Terms (Chapter 2)
1. Computer networking- The gerund form of the te
Unit 1 Lab 1.6
Lab 1.6 Review
You need to know system specs because depending on those specs you know what the
machine is capable of handling apps such as AutoCad, gaming, or just word processing and
internet use. The higher the syste
Unit 1 Lab 1.1
Lab 1.1 Review
1. Decimal 127 converted to binary is 01111111 by process of repeated subtraction.
2. The value of 102 is the same as 00102 because the two zeros on the second value dont
add up to anything.
3. Base 5 Number
Wireless LANs Lab 6
NT1210 Introduction to Networking Lab 6
A service set is the basic unit of a wireless network. It consists of an AP and one or more stations
(commonly abbreviated STAs) that share the wireless co