Are you looking for a complete guide to better manage a computer network? Here is the book for you!
Computer network was created to connect individual computers to form a more powerful computing environment. In short, to increase productivity. From the age of batch processing to the age of computer networks, there is no doubt that this is the case that computer networks are intended to. Now, however, there seems to be a subtle shift in technology.
One of the primary purposes of modern computer networks can be said to be to connect people. People around the world can connect, communicate and exchange ideas via the Internet. This, however, was not possible in the early days of computer networks. This human-to-human computer network has gradually brought about great changes in people’s daily life, school education, Scientific Research, and company development.
The wide areas of applications of wireless networks in modern times are an indication of what the technology will offer in the future. At the moment, wireless networks have simplified a lot of human activities such as communication, business transactions, and other activities. However, the future is brighter than most people can imagine.
The modern wireless network will be child’s play compared to what the future promises. Let’s consider some of the major future development of wireless networks and the potential huge impact they will have on the users.
In the wireless industry, there are top wireless carriers such as AT & T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile. These carriers have significantly contributed to the growth of this sector by churning out high-performance communication technologies and devices that have proved invaluable to the growth and general acceptance of wireless communication. There are different types of wireless communication, such as satellite communication, IR wireless communication, microwave radio, and broadcast radio.
This guide will cover the following topics:
- Virtual Private Networks (VPNs)
- Virtualization & Cloud Computing
- Connection-Oriented and Connectionless-Oriented
- Managing and Troubleshooting the Network
- Networking Macs and PCs
- Unified Communications and Virtualization
- Future protocols
- The OSI and TCP/IP models
- The IP addresses and subnets
- Patch Panel or RJ45 Plugs
- Patch Panel Cabinet or Wall mounted
- Scanning the Network
- Wardriving and the Wireless Pirates… AND MORE!
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