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What is Peer-to-Peer Networking?

Peer to peer networks share responsibility for processing data among all of the connected devices. Peer-to-peer networking (also known simply as peer networking) differs from clientserver networking in several respects. What Is a Network Name? A network name is a string that computing devices use to identify a specific computer network. Network names are typically different from names of individual computers or the addresses computers use to identify each other. How is Network Performance Measured? The performance or "speed" of a computer network is normally measured in units of bits per second (bps). This quantity can represent either an actual data rate or a theoretical limit to available network bandwidth. The related units of Kbps, Mbps, Gbps represent increasingly larger multiples of bps. Computer Networking FAQ List Index of answers to commonly-asked quesstions about any computer networking-related topic. What Is the WWW? The term "WWW" refers to the open development phase of the Internet in the 1990s. The WWW comprises a global network of Web sites accessible on the Internet. What Is a URL? URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) identify by name Web servers and individual Web pages stored on those servers, anywhere on the Internet. What Is a URI? A URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) names both local and remote Internet resources similar to URLs.

What about the Cache memory? and it usage?
Cache memory is a temporary memory.At the time of installation it will stores the required files to install. we have two types of hard disks 1. IDE Harddisk 2. SATA Harddisk

If the system is not booting what can we do?
First we check that then Power cable is correctly inserted or not. if yes then, check that the power to motherboard is correctly given or not if yes then, check the RAM that is correctly inserted into the slot.

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. one LAN can be connected to other LANs over any distance via telephone lines and radio waves........ is the simplest way to exchange files between computers on the Internet.... Read answer How would you define IP address? Latest answer: Computers using the TCP/IP for communication are uniquely identified by a 32 bit address called as an IP address. Latest answer: TCP – Transmission control Protocol is used to establish communication between nodes or networks and exchange data packets. Read answer Define the term Protocol....... Latest answer: Layer 1: Physical layer It represents all the electrical and physical specifications for devices.... Latest answer: Protocol is a standard way of communicating across a network. Different types of topology. Latest answer: A network is a group of computers or nodes connected together... Read answer What is a network? What are the different kinds of network? Explain them.. A protocol is the "language" of the network...... It is a method by which two dissimilar systems can communicate.......... Read answer Define File Transfer Protocol.Latest answer: LAN is a computer network that spans a relatively small area.............. They are connected with each other by communication paths..... Latest answer: A network topology describes the layout of a network.......... TCP and UDP. public space. It guarantees delivery of data packets in the order they were sent. Read answer Explain the 7 Layers of OSI. The routers use the IP address information to forward the packet to the destination ....... Most LANs are confined to a single building or group of buildings......... while an intranet is designed to be a private space.......... However.......... It describes how different nodes and elements are connected to each other....... Like the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)... Bus and Star topology.. Read answer Explain IP.. Latest answer: File Transfer Protocol (FTP). a standard Internet protocol. Read answer What's the difference Between an Intranet and the Internet? Latest answer: There's one major distinction between an intranet and the Internet: The Internet is an open...... Read answer What are network topologies? Explain Ring...

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