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Networking

Internet – History

Introduction By definition, the Internet is a worldwide, publicly accessible series of interconnected computer networks that transmit data by packet switching using the standard Internet Protocol. How did this technology come to be so popular and so widely used around the world? Was it always so large and extensive, filled with…

About TCP/IP.

TCP/IP is a set of protocols (Protocol Suit) that enable communication between computers. Protocols are rules or standards that govern communications. If two devices in a network need to communicate, they need to use a common protocol. This can be compared with…

Ethernet and Ethernet/IP?

Ethernet : Largely known for its use in various LAN networking and its use for Internet applications, Ethernet is the link layer standardized by the 802.3 IEEE standard and used with many protocols. It includes a common physical interface composed of hubs,…

About ARPANet

ARPANet (Advanced Research Projects Agency Network), also sometimes referred to as DARPANet (D being for Defense), was an American technology initiative to link computers together over, essentially, telephone lines. The earliest rumblings of it began in the 1950s, with the (D)ARPANet going…

Computer networking?

Well, I'm a bit considering you like someone new to networking and my answer would be as simple as that. See, Data! Water flows from a source to destiny via a pipeline, Apparently, data flows through a source and destiny via cables! …