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A travel through our school local area network

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BC: Made By: Ma. Fernanda Heredia A. 13/Jan/2011

FC: A travel through our school local area network | Maria Fernanda Heredia 11 | Technology 7B | Ms.Perla Zamora

1: Why computer networks are so important for current society? a network is extremly important for the society because that way we can find information about the things we want to know of.

2: The first step to start your search is going to your favorite browser, it can be internet, firefox, and much more.

3: Then insert a URL on the search-bar of your browser. After that the NIC will make your command(going to your URL) function by sending it through your UTP cable. | Just Like Magic!

4: On the site they use fiber optic cables, which their use

5: Router-Switch Then the router switch joins the nodes and sends the signal to the site, where some of the main components are on. | is for connect computers from long distances to the site.

6: whats made of? :S

7: The Site The site is formed by: firewall, proxy server, mail server and other essential components.

8: Proxy Server | the proxy server is the one who makes possible seeing all the videos on your computer.

9: Fire Wall | Before your proxy server produces the video you decide to watch the fire wall makes sure that no viruses come in the video

11: When the fire wall makes sure the video does not have virus, the video would appear on your computer because of the web server.

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  • Title: A travel through our school local area network
  • How computer network components are related
  • 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