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Net Woks

Net Woks

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06/16/2009

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NETWORKS We can consider a communication network from several perspectives, let 's seein the turn, when they are involved in a human component that communicates,a component technology (computers, telecommunications) and anadministrative (institution or business institutions that maintain, use anddevelop services ...). Perhaps this definition of a more communicativeapproaches to better what may be the diversity of networks. A network, ratherthan the number of computers connected are more people applying, provideand exchange experiences and information through communication systems.Can form networks based on exchange of mail, fax, or via video, or morecommonly through the main and largest network like the Internet or through acombination of all these. What is crucial is the exchange of information andnimble in the most favorable conditions for all partners.Considering the scope covering traditionally speaks of Local Area Network(known as LAN) that connect multiple computers within the same institution,Metropolitan Area Networks (MAN), wide area (WAN), we can talk about fiberoptics , Or Integrated Services Network (ISDN), we can talk, in short, theInternet or other large networks. But, basically, what we really should be of concern as administrators is ensuring optimum performance and transparencyin the complex infrastructure that underlies, so that the end user does notrequire any knowledge of the technology (equipment and software) used forcommunication (or should not, at least). In other words, users should not worryif the connection is kind of RTC, if using ISDN, or whether a file transfer haveused a satellite, or because they depend on their connection speeds.Leaving aside local networks, networks of talk today seems synonymous withtalk of the Internet, and that is that the vast majority of connections to remotecomputers we do it over a network that is integrated into the Internet to gainaccess to certain services, thereby we say that all networks are connectedtogether. The Internet is a network of networks, a collection of networks that amongother characteristics, they share a communications protocol, TCP / IP(Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol), which takes an importantpeculiarity, as are the standards for communication compatible, for you cancontact each other and exchange data. This exchange, and the magnitude of available information that circulates inthis medium results in one of its main attractions. Although a growingphenomenon as the Internet is the ease and comfort available to users and toimplement more flexible networks, is for us as stewards of the network to takeadvantage of all these Strategies and did not stop to learn about all the newtrends surguiendo going to begin to develop competent solutions toenvironments that work with the growth of this huge fabric of newtechnologies, notably as they have traditionally reported so far and with theuse of other systems simpler, but which have been refined and are highlyeffective.Among these services are available:
 
 
THE electronic mail
(e-mail), through which a user exchanged messages withanyone else. It is the first, simplest and most widespread of services. Each userhas an e-mail (Poe example: valencia@postfix.local). In that server(postfix.local) are stored the messages we are receiving. When you connectyou can see a list of them, read them, save them, reply, etc. .. A case in point isthe distribution lists The only thing needed to join a list is to have access toemail, and to launch one, an appropriate software available on the network. (asechange, mercury and other in case of Windows or postfix, exim, sendmail,squirrelmail, gmail platform on Linux)
Web applications
where the picture was more open to enjoy the interactionsof 'global grid' which combines the techniques of information retrieval with forthe hypertext build an easy but powerful global information system. We cannavigate through multimedia documents containing textual information,graphics, images, sounds, video, and connections that lead to pressing otherdocument that may be on the same server or in another part of the world. Through various applications (average wiki, joomla, worpress, Mosaic, Linx,Netscape, etc. ..) the user interacts with the same feeling as if you are on yourown computer screens, is introduced in a communicative space in which itmoves Server server, display screen in selecting and clicking the mouse. There are other application services:
Newsgroups
. Here is the server that subscribes to a news group. We can seethe topics for discussion and select those that interest us. Unlike mailing lists,here comes the information to our server, but we have to accede to the groupthat maintains on the subject that interests us.
File Transfer Protocol.
Different applications facilitate the transfer of a file(data, programs, textbooks, etc. ..) from one computer to another, even if thecomputers have different operating system or archiving. It requires knowingthe name or address of the server. Many servers provide access to a portion of their directories to any user. They are the FTP-Anonymous (user: Anonymous,password: the address itself). There is also the possibility FTP mail for userswho only have the ability to e-mail.
Gopher.
Gopher combines the features of the news and databases into adistribution system that allows a browse information organized in a hierarchicalmanner, or seek information on a specific indexes the full text. This isaccomplished through an intuitive interface (windows with folders and icons)and friendly and which can be accessed from other network services (WWW,telnet ...). From the user's point of view, are presented on the screen differentfolders, documents, search tools, ... and you can run, read, edit ...
Remote access
to servers located anywhere in the world that allows you torun programs, and so on that computer as if it were a terminal of the sameNews services (news), where each user subscribes to the issues you care aboutmost and daily access to a multitude of information on themAnyway, after all Mancione you have to think about the stability of the entireworld so wonderful that gives us the network of networks, network andcommunications where he was born manager of the network and its monitoring

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