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How does a packet travel? Arden and Sophia

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Arden Davros

on 14 December 2012

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Transcript of How does a packet travel? Arden and Sophia

By: Sophia and Arden First Step Then...... After that...... Then Send packet as light across the Atlantic through copper wires underneath the ocean The server copies the web page's IP addressA person sends a request for a web page
exInformation goes underground through copper
wires.- googleInformation goes underground through copper
wires.If the packet is too large it is separated into a new packetThe web page turns into bytesThe web page turns into bytesThe web page turns into bytes The server copies the web page's IP address Information goes undeground through copper wires Next How does a packet travel? Goes to department ex- Tela House North Goes to hub which sends
packet through regional
networks to L.A. Where does it go? If the packet is too large it
is separated into a new packet What happens to the packet? The web page turns into bytes Next.................. Travels through miles and miles of land. Gets there as fast as possible Then they are directed back to the location of the computer To get to the destination the packets go through copper wires THIS ALL TAKES ABOUT 1 SECONDIP address- 4 numbers separated by periods every device connected to the internet is assigned a unique number. IP address- 4 numbers separated by periods every device connected to the internet is assigned a unique number. packet- data transferred
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