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Do you want to learn how a computer network operates?
Do you want to know what it takes to maintain a home or business network operational?
This is the only book you'll ever need!
It will guide you through the process of becoming skilled in network basics and technologies.
When the first computers were created during WWII, they were both costly and isolated. However, after roughly twenty years of continuously decreasing costs, the first experiments started to link computers together. Sharing them across a vast distance was an intriguing notion at the time.
Computers and the Internet have irrevocably altered the planet and our way of life. We just need to press a little button to make a call, transfer a file, or send a video message in a fraction of a second. The computer network is the driving force behind this cutting-edge technology. That is why it is critical to understand how it works!
The following topics are covered in Networking for Beginners:
• Networking Fundamentals: This chapter addresses the requirements of a true novice in computer networking by covering the following critical topics: definition of computer networking, kinds of computer networks, network topologies, and network design.
• Network Hardware: A complete overview of various network components such as routers, hubs, switches, etc.
• Network Cabling: This chapter examines the various cabling standards, such as coaxial cable, fiber optic cable, and twisted-pair copper cable.
• Wireless Networking: The fundamentals of wireless technology that are critical to the whole computer networking discipline. This chapter contains vital information on how to reap the advantages of Wi-Fi technology and how to set up and configure a computer for wireless networking.
• IP Addressing: This chapter focuses on the fundamentals of IP addressing as well as the various number systems (binary, decimal, and hexadecimal)
• IP Subnetting: An introduction to subnetting fundamentals.
• Network Protocols: The TCP/IP suite's several protocols.
• Internet Essentials: A glossary of terms related to the Internet, the World Wide Web, and the history of the Internet.
• Virtualization in cloud computing: A discussion of the concept of virtualization, its use in computer networking, and an assessment of cloud services.
• Network Troubleshooting: This chapter treats troubleshooting as a top-level management activity.
NETWORKING FOR BEGINNERS is an easy-to-read book for anybody interested in learning about computer networking. The terminology used is straightforward, and even the more technical phrases that appear from time to time are explained in layman's terms.
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