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Networking revision

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4.device that forwards data packets between computer networks.
5.A security device which inspects traffic entering and leaving a network
6.transmission of data in both directions simutaneously.
10.allowing computers to communicate with each other
13.A global network of networks used to exchange information using the TCP/IP protocol
14.provides the physical connection between the network and the computer workstation
16.A network connecting computers in a relatively small area such as a building.
17.transmission of data in both directions at one time.
19.Unique address given to each workstation on the network.
20.uses radio waves to connect devices such as laptops to the Internet and to your network and its applications
21.A formal description of a set of rules that govern how devices on a network exchange information.
22.An intelligent type of hub, in that it sends packets only to the intended ports
23.transmission of data in one direction.
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1.A hardware device that contains multiple independent but connected modules of network and internetwork equipment.
2.Operating system designed to pass information and communicate between more than one computer.
3.A width of the range of frequencies that an electronic signal uses on a given transmission medium.
6.A cable, consisting of a center glass core surrounded by layers of plastic, that transmits data using light rather than electricity.
7.Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
8.local area technology connecting devices in close proximity.
9.The configuration of cables, computers, and other peripherals.
11.A network in which resources and files are shared without a centralized management source.
12.A computer connected to a network at which users interact with software stored on the network.
15.LAN topology in which each node on a network is connected directly to a central network hub.
18.smaller packages of information routers shovel around the Internet

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