logging in or signing up Networking Training Report(slides) aSGuest69659 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Let's Connect Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 1651 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: September 30, 2010 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 1 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: N N N etworking in Microsoft Windows… at Slide 2: What is a Network ? A group of two or more computers connected together First network of the world : ARPANET Used for data and voice signal transfer Slide 3: First Network of world: ARPANET Stands for Advanced Research Project Agency Network Developed in 1969 for US Defence Used FTP for message transfer service Slide 4: What is Networking? Practice of linking one or two computers Done with both Hardware & Software Used for Data Centralization, Sharing CD ROM, Using high bandwidth with low bandwidth Slide 5: Components a Network Sender/Receiver Sender/Receiver Medium Slide 6: Classification of Networks Slide 7: Types of Networks Confined to small area like school One is server and others are workstations Used for data, voice transfer Slide 8: Types of Networks Connects geographical areas like cities Satellites uplinks are used Connects local network to global network Slide 9: Types of Networks Connects two or more LANs but within boundaries of city Multiple Routers, Switches are used Mostly used in Local Libraries and Govt. Agencies Slide 10: Types of Networks Connects two or more LANs Just limited to a certain geographical area like college campus Slide 11: Network Topologies Slide 12: Network Topologies Single device, at times device called dumb terminal is connected to the server Devices operates on files from server and returns them back after completing task Slide 13: Network Topologies All devices are connected to a common cable called trunk Maximum segment length of cable is 200 m Maximum of 30 devices per segment Slide 14: Network Topologies Each device is connected to a central device called hub through cable Data passes through hub before reaching destination Slide 15: Network Topologies Devices are connected in a closed loop All devices have equal access to media Device waits for its turn to transmit Slide 16: Network Topologies Used in WANs to interconnect LANs Every device is connected to every other device Use routers to determine the best path of communication Slide 17: Network Topologies Connects groups of star networks Devices are wired to root hub Root hub is connected to second level devices Lowest level devices are smaller computers Slide 18: Network Topologies Combines two or more different physical topologies Commonly Star-Bus or Star-Ring Star-Ring uses Multi-station Access Unit (MAU) Slide 19: Transmission Media Slide 20: Transmission Media Consists of solid copper core surrounded by an insulator mainly PVC Less prone to interference(internal & external) Slide 21: Transmission Media ) Shielded Cables Unshielded Cables RJ 45 Slide 22: Transmission Media Consists of centre glass core surrounded by cladding Electrical signals are converted into light signals A phenomenon called as total internal reflection is used for transmission LED or laser is used to transmit signal Slide 23: Networking Devices Slide 24: Networking Devices Slide 25: IP Address Unique address of a computer Routers also have IP address Managed & created by Internet Assigned Numbers Authority IP address-32bit number(4 octet) Slide 26: How to fill IP Address ? Video in queue Slide 28: MS Windows Server 2k3 Introduced on April 2003 Used for centralized security and management Main features: DHCP Server DNS Server Slide 29: References Internet Options: www.wikipedia.org www.jetking.org www.loadevery.com Books: Computer Networks by Andrew S. Tanenbaum Data Communication and Networking by Forouzan Various e-books available Slide 30: Thank You….. Slide 31: Any queries ??? You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.