In this lesson we're going to spend some time looking at different ways we can classify computer
networks. We're going to focus on classifying networks according to the roles that the individual hosts
on that network fulfi
If you think about it, a network is really like a neighborhood. In this example, we have a neighborhood
and it has a street running through it called Oak Street, and this street has three different houses. Each
LESSON 3 Topology
Introduction to Network Topologies
In this lesson, we're going to discuss the network topology. A topology is a graphical depiction of the
layout of a computer network.
Physical and Logical Topology
There are two diff
THE NUMBERING SYSTEMS
To understand addressing and numbering used in network communications, it's very important you
understand the different numbering systems that are used. Let's begin by looking at decimal.
Answer: No, category 5 cabling has more twists per inch than category 3 cabling to reduce cross-talk and
support higher data rates.
Question: Which of the following cable types often includes a solid plastic core?
Answer: Cat 6
Question: You are adding ne