Interconnects WAN & LAN
Chpt 8 - Internet Protocol (IP)
x.x.x.0 Network ID
LAB 3: Building TCP/IP Networks
What would happen if wireless devices were not governed by the Wi-Fi Alliance and
each vendor had its own standards and protocols? What impact would this have on your
personal life or business communi
Unit 6. LAB 6: Wireless LANs
LAB 6.1: Wireless Broadcast Domains
Exercise 6.1.1 Define these two terms Basic Service Sets (BSS) and Extended Service Sets
(ESS) and identify where they are most useful.
Basic Service Set: In wireless LANs, a single wireless
Unit 2. LAB 2.1, 2.2, 2.3
Computer Networking is made possible by combining all these things together, you
need media to make communication possible between two devices. We need software,
hardware, and users interfaces to make the communica
Unit 5. LAB 5 Ethernet LANs
LAB 5.1: LAN Standard
Briefly define the 802.1 standard: Keeper of the LAN architecture IEEE standard 802.
Describes the 802 family of standards. Describes the LAN Architecture. Defines some useful
things, such a
Unit 4 LAB 4
LAB 4.1 Copper Cabling
Why are the standards so important for NICs, connectors, and media? The standards for the NIC
allow for computers to communicate with each other, therefore the connectors need to be
comparable to use with
Unit 2. LAB 6.3
Why are SSIDs used instead of IP addresses or MAC addresses? SSID are designed to uniquely
identify a wireless network. IP address identify a specific device in a network and the location; in
the other hand MAC addresses is
Lab 3.5 Configuring Shared Resources
LAB 3.5: Configuring Shared Resources
Record the settings you choose. Why is it important to keep a record of this information?
1- Open the Network Set up wizard
2- Selected a connection method
3- Give the computer a d
Unit 1 Assignment 1
_C_1. Which of the following is true about 1 bit?
_D_2. Which of the following terms means approximately 106 bytes?
_C_3. Which answer lists the correct number of bits associated with each term?
_C, E_ 4. Which of the following answers