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Networking for the non IT Savvy
Transcript of Networking for the non IT Savvy
A Network interface card A Switch A Server An Example of a simple network Types of Cables By Nitin Natrajan Twisted Cables Twisted-pair cables are the most common. This cabling is often called ethernet cabling. Category 5 (Cat5) twisted-pair cables can carry 100Mb per second over distances of up to 100 metres Fibre Optic Cables Fibre optic cable can transfer data at higher speeds over longer distances, and can be used outside buildings, but it is much more expensive. It has a central core made of glass and transmits the signals using light.
Coaxial Cables Coaxial cable is better at resisting interference and can be run for longer lengths, but it is not as flexible and is not used much now.
To connect to a Network you need Email What is Email How set up the network 1. Plug the NIC of a computer an connect the other end of the cable to a switch.
Email: electronic mail. Email is a way of sending digital messages to other people using a specific address called an Email-address Advantages
Sending an email to someone is very easy, people need little training to learn how to do this.
Emails are usually received fairly quickly, most of the time a couple of seconds after they are sent.
Multiple copies of a message can be sent to a group of people
Both you and the person receiving the email must have an email address and access to a computer and the Internet.
Spam is a big problem, up to two-thirds of mails sent are spam. How to Set up an Email Account Online Step One: Choose an online Email sever based on your needs (e.g Flickr, MSN video, or High storage capacity like G-Mail).
The End Thanks for watching I hope this has been an enlightening journey. WAN(Wide Area Network): WAN's are a group of computers connected over a wide geographical area, such as a country or even worldwide
2. Then connect the swtich to the Server
Extra point: If can add more devices like a printer by plug the device into the switch. Step two: Regisiter with that Email service and create a username and password. Step three: Go forthe and Email. What is ISP What is ISP? ISP: An Internet service provider (ISP), also sometimes referred to as an Internet access provider (IAP), is a company that offers its customers access to the Internet.
For example Windows Live and GMail are ISPs