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A travel through our school local area network

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BC: All copyrights reserved to Alejandra Mora Salazar, Tampico Mexico 2011.

FC: A travel through our school local area network

1: URL Then you need to type up the URL of Youtube. | Browser A boy wants to enter to Youtube. The first thing that he needs to do is go to the browser

2: Now that you enter the URL the NIC will manage your requirement and will travel through the UTP cable

3: THE JOURNEY HAS BEEN FUN... | The node connects all the cables that travel to the site. | The router Switch

4: The site | Degree in hand and ready to go! | The site is the place where all the components are located in a LAN

5: The fiber optic is for longer distance

7: Some of this components are located in the site. The information travels to all of these components

8: Proxy Server. when it arrives the proxy server it manage your information and get what are you looking for.

9: Firewall The firewall detects if your requirement is secure

10: Computer Network

11: Now the same progress is made but backwards from the firewall to the browser. | System

12: Now the web server will send you the video you require.

13: Thats how computer works | Essential Question Why are Computers so important to current Society? Now computers are super important to people because now we can communicate better and make things easier than ever

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  • Title: A travel through our school local area network
  • Describes how information from the users directions travels to the site and back to the browser.
  • Tags: computer network switch, fiber optic cable, file server, firewall, lan, network administrator, network client, nic (network interface card), node, proxy server, router, site, utp cable, wan, web mail server, wireless access point
  • Published: about 7 years ago