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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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