Chapter 13: Basic Networking Terminology
by Maxim Ratinov
In the modern world, practically no one imagines life without the Internet, email or using a computer that is not connected to other computers. The majority of users rarely think of what actually occurs inside the simple word Network. The task of this Domain is to help students to understand what occurs inside a network, how it is established, and what it consists of. This chapter will help students receive sufficient knowledge through creating simple networks, while helping them to gain a better understanding of network technologies and concepts.
So, what does the computer network represent today? It is a collection of computers, printers and devices, which are able to communicate with each other over a transmission medium.
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