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Here we are going to unfold the concepts of networking in day to day scenarios.

Computer Networking

     

Here we are going to unfold the concepts of networking in day to day scenarios. Let us consider that you started a commercial activity where you were using a computer along with a printer, modem and a CD-ROM. Very soon you need to expand your business and you felt the requirement to add more people as well more computers. Suppose you buy 5 computers instead of going for a decision to buy 5 more printers, you should opt for an environment having the capabilities to share the available printer by the new 5 computers, this will save the money and resources to buy and manage the 5 new printers. Such an environment providing the sharing and exchanging facilities among the computer machines is called as a computer network.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now you just need to maintain a network in which all the computers are interconnected and share the same printer and all such devices i.e. we just link the computer devices together with hardware and software supporting data communication across the network.

The initial and primary justification for a network is to avoid the multiple iterations of documents, files and spreadsheets on disparate computers.

  

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Posted on: May 22, 2009

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akeem mutiyat
April 13, 2011
introduction to computer

discuss computer networks
akeem mutiyat
April 13, 2011
introduction to computer

discuss computer networks
akeem mutiyat
April 13, 2011
introduction to computer

discuss computer networks
heba
March 13, 2013
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The Address Book allows network administrators to keep and supervise all nodes/assets on the network. Useful information is kept and detected silently for further use and analysis. The Address Book will automatically discover all users/assets on the network. It captures all network packets, analyzing them to get the source or destination MAC address and then matches it with the source or destination IP and NetBios address to generate a complete network station or device address book.
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January 10, 2012
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March 22, 2013
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