TROUBLE SHOOTING: localización y resolución de problemas
PEER-TO-PEER: de para a par, de uno a uno
EACH OTHER: uno a otro
REQUEST: requerimientos, requicitosMADE: hecho - (v) make ; hacer
PATH: trayectoria, sendero, recorrido
HUB: cubo (no se traduce)
EITHER BY: o por, o mediante
DISCUSSED: tratada, hablada
OVERALL: global, completa
BIT: un poco
APPROACH: enfoque, acercamiento, propuesta
DOWNTIME: período de inactividad (de un trabajador o máquina)
ISSUE: asunto.Networking Alternatives
1) Internet is an example of wich type of network?
a. LAN c. WAN
b. SAN d. WLAN
2) What is the suggested maximum number of PCs in a peer-to-peer network?a. 10 c. 50
b. 25 d. 100
3) Which method of data transfer allows infromation to be sent and received at the same time?
a. full duplex c. mutiplex
b. half duplex d. simplex
4)W hich is the most commonly used DSL technology?
a. ADSL c. IDSL e. VDSL
b. HDSL d. SDSL
8.13 | | Summary | |
| This chapter introduced you to the fundamentals of networking,the benefits of having a network, and the ways to connect computers to a network. The different aspects of troubleshooting a network were discussed with examples of how to analyze and implementsimple solutions. The following concepts from this chapter are important to remember: * A computer network is composed of two or more computers that share data and resources. * A Local Area Network(LAN) refers to a group of interconnected computers that are under the same administrative control. * A Wide Area Network (WAN) is a network that connects LANs in geographically separated locations.* In a peer-to-peer network, devices are connected directly to each other. A peer-to-peer network is easy to install, and no additional equipment or dedicated administrator is required. Users...