When a computer sends a frame to another computer do other computers on that network receive the frame?
That would depend on the network topology chosen and the type of network connectivity devices employed.
In a properly constructed, switched and/or routed network the answer would be NO.
If hubs or repeaters are used to connect devices and/or network segments, then yes.
In a bus or ring topology, the answer is yes. Whether anything is done with the frame is a different matter and depends on whether you consider the network adaptor to be integral to the computer.
A computer network requires two main component actually three. First is the Systems in which the communication will take place. Second the transmission medium and mode . Third is the Topology that is to be used.
A NIC (Network Interface Card) connect computers to a network for transmitting and receiving.
Each computer requests configuration information from a server.
If the two computers are on the same Network, you can setup File Network Sharing on the computer that has the files to be transferred. Depending upon the size of the files to be transferred, You can use a USB Flash Drive to transfer files form one computer to another. If the files are large and you need to transfer files to and from each computer, You can use a Portable Hard Drive. If there… Read More
The network adapters. They are in turn powered by the computers they are attached to. Each card transmits a voltage signal. That is why the cords can only be so long. The wireless cards are powered by the computer, but they broadcast and receive radio waves.
mini computer/main frame computers
In Information Technology- A network is a group of computers that both share and receive data from one another. A really good example of this is the Internet. One official definition of the word network is "a group or system of interconnected people or things."
A 'standalone computer' is the one which is not linked with the network. It can't be connected with the internet or LAN or WAN. A standalone computer simply means that it can't receive or transfer information to other computers. Also, you can't browse or check e-mail in a standalone computer.
An IP address is something like a telephone number. It allows another computer with an IP address to send or receive data between the two computers. Also like a phone number, the IP address can't be duplicated on the same network, each computer needs it's own, and there needs to be a known route between the two. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ip_address
A computer network, or simply a network, is a collection of computers and other hardware components interconnected by communication channels that allow sharing of resources and information. Where at least one process in one device is able to send/receive data to/from at least one process residing in a remote device, then the two devices are said to be in a network. Simply, more than one computer interconnected through a communication medium for information interchange is… Read More
One Answer: It is possible to connect two computers without using a hub by using a switch instead. A switch is better than a hub because it creates a collision domain (CD) and stops them from happening when two devices try and send frames at the same time. Rather than buying a cross-over cable to connect two computers together, you can use two straight-through cables (your average, everyday network cable) and connect them to a… Read More
What are connectivity devices that enable a workstation server printer or other node to receive and transmit data over the network media?
There are multiple connection options for a Network Printer. 1. The Printer can be attached to a Router and be available to all of the Network's Computers that can access that router. 2. If the printer is attached to Computer "A" (via USB or WiFi) any Computer on the Network that can access Computer "A" can be allowed to access the Printer. Of course Computer "A" MUST be up and running.
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A worldwide network of networks. It is also the network of networks that connects millions computers (called hosts). The Internet is the virtual space in which users send and receive email, login to remote computers (telnet), browse databases of information (gopher, World Wide Web, WAIS), and send and receive programs (ftp) contained on these computers
A technician installed a network adapter in a computer and wants to test the network connectivity the ping command can only receive a response from local workstations what could be the problem?
If you can connect to other computers on the same network, but you can't connect outside the network, the problem is quite often that the default gateway has not been configured correctly.
An IP address is a string of digits used to identify computers within a network (including the Internet). This is necessary since if your computer asks a site to get to load it, that site has to know where to send the data. Otherwise, there would be no way to receive the requested information.
Computers power supply recharges the cmos ram
The main function of a computer is to receive, compute and generate data. Computers can also store and retrieve data conveniently.
If you can receive wifi to your psp then you can receive the same wifi signal to your computer via a wifi network receiver. You cannot connect your psp to the computer and run the internet via the hand held console.
A computer network is hardware and software that enables computers to send data to each other electronically. Non-networked computers can't send data to each other; it is necessary for a person to physically move the data from one computer to the next. We used to use floppy disks for this purpose (and we called it "sneakernet", referring to the shoes used by the people running the floppies around the office) and now we use CDs… Read More
The Media Access Control Address orMAC address is the hex code that is on every network device that can receive or send data through a network. Every device has a unique MAC address.
network card, or possibly usb port
You can receive online computer training from accredited universities online, such as ITT Tech and University of Phoenix. Alternatively, you can go to websites that claim to be dedicated to training in computers, but lack the accreditation.
Computers can receive signals from satellites if they are set up to do so. It won't be the case for all computers though. Computers can receive signals from satellites if they are set up to do so. It won't be the case for all computers though. Computers can receive signals from satellites if they are set up to do so. It won't be the case for all computers though. Computers can receive signals from satellites… Read More
What enables a computer to send and receive data instructions and information to and from one or more computers when physically connected?
A hardware component that enables a computer to send and receive data, instructions and information and from one or more computers.
Can you run your wireless internet through one computer with antivirus software and have the entire system protected?
No you can not. The computer that has the anti virus software installed is protected. But the other computers don't have the same software which means they are vulnerable. You see virus are one of the worst malware when it comes to networks because they have the ability to duplicate and send themselves to other computers within the network. Just in case you don't get it this is how it is lets say A is… Read More
A crossover cable is used when connecting 2 computers together and a straight cable is used to connect a computer to a networking device like a network switch or router. This has to do with the send/receive pins of the cords, obviously when you need to connect 2 computers together you dont want them to be both sending through the same pin, so they are swapped so that what one computer sends comes through the… Read More
A network cable is what is used to connect your television or other electronic device to another electronic device to receive data. The cable cord that is plugged into your television is a network cable.
Most computers receive electrical energy through a standard wall socket, others receive electrical energy from batteries. Large mainframe computers sometimes receive electrical energy through cables wired directly to the main breaker box, without any plugs/sockets.
"MTA" means "Mail Transport Agent". It is the program that is run in a certain computer to send an receive mail to other computers.
If you are using DHCP and the DHCP service is not available then your system will not receive an IP address. Other reasons might be that you have a static address specified in the adaptor which duplicates an address already in use, which would not be legal for the network. If the network is using MAC-filtering your system may not be in the list, in which case it will not receive an IP address.
The easiest way is through a broadband ethernet cable. These look like a telephone cable, but they are a little bit wider at the head. These will plug into the back of virtually all computers. A more common way is wirelessly. One computer will be attached to a router, which in turn sends wireless signals to another computer within a certain radius. The second computer, if equipped with a wireless adapter to receive that signal… Read More
PCI Modem or Network Interface Card (NIC or LAN Card)
PCI Modem or Network Interface Card (NIC or LAN Card)
Internet means that computer are connecting the whole world through computer network, Any person that is connected to interned by his/ her computer will be able to send and receive information from websites anytime in the world.
Personal computers are used to ask questions and receive answers on wiki.answers.com. I believe that there are a few other web-sites, too. And e-mail. And computer games. Etc.
The answer to this one is kind of hard. ARAPNET started as 2 computers one at UCLA and the other at Stanford, this was established in 1969. Then the commonly accepted 4 computer network that added UC Santa Barbara and University of Utah was established in December of 1969. December of 1971 spread the network accross 23 host computers. So those are your answers: 2 computers in 1969, 4 computers in December of 1969, or… Read More
1. They are not the same. 2. A modem is a device used to send information to and receive from another computer or network. Modem stands for MOdulator/DEModulator and is normally used to send over phone lines. There are other applications (like satellite links, etc). 3. A router does just what it says. It routes signals on a network. One in a home application is normally used to share one access point to the internet… Read More
The advantages: you can connect to the network / internet anywhere where you receive a proper WiFi signal; you are not restricted to where you can plug in your network cable less cables to and from your computer (none if you are working with a battery)
Computers are only as smart as the human inputs they receive.
mini and mainframe computers
Which feature in help and support allows a user to receive help from another user over a network connection?
A network protocol defines rules and conventions for communication between network devices. Protocols for computer networking all generally use packet switching techniques to send and receive messages in the form of packets. For more detail www.shreejournalist.blogspot.com
Sending and receiving data is done by the NIC (Network Interface Card). It contains both a transmitter and a receiver, and is required for any network device.
DATA is sent from one computer to another using only 1 language - best represented by BINARY CODE. All written language must be converted to BINARY CODE for DATA to be sent and received by nodes. A node is ANY electronic device that can send and/or receive DATA - cell phones, computers.....
There are two main reasons why a computer can be related to microbiology. In one way the computer is used a lot to research in the field of microbiology, and to receive accurate reading. The other way is that the first microbiological computers are currently being researched.
Bluetooth is a wireless networking. It connects one ore more computers, cell phones or desktop computers in a network. It get connects to the devices, and printers over short distances (30 feet) without using a cable. Using radio technology, it enables to send or receive information among devices which are connected in the network.
Duplex is the ability to send and receive data on a network and over the internet at the same time. You can also get Half-Duplex, which is the ability to both send and receive data, but only one at a time. :D
Well some of the hardware componets you will need are printers, copiers, routers, and servers. Well first you want to decide how are you network is going to communicate. If you have a lot of componets to connect I recommend you use wireless connections to allow your computers and things like printers to operate. First you need to determine the needs of your company. Questions your should ask are does a lot of printing need… Read More