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Computer Networking

Computer networks are collections of computers which are connected together in order to communicate and transfer information. Questions about computer networks, networking protocols, and how to set them up belong here.

Asked in Computer Networking

How can you open the website by using the IP address?

First u gotta open the command prompt and then do the following lets say i want to know the ip address of facebook.com so i type in the command prompt "ping facebook.com" after i write this the command prompt will appear like this "pinging facebook.com [ip address] with the 32 bytes of data" after open a web browser type in the ip address u just came to know and the website would be opened. BUT MANY SITES ARE HOSTED ON THE SAME SERVER, JUST AS ONE SITE...
Asked in Computer Networking, Webcams, Sound Cards

What are some examples of input and output devices of a computer?

Input Keyboard Mouse Touch Screen Scanner Camera Microphone Light pen optical mark reader Bar code reader Output Printer Monitor Speakers Projector Input As Well As Output Disks CD DVD ...
Asked in Cable Internet, Computer Monitors, Computer Networking, Laptops

How do you connect a laptop to a PC?

There are mainly three ways of connecting a Laptop to a PC 1)Through LAN 2)Through Bluetooth 3)Through Wireless Router The first one doesn't need any s/w(software), but a LAN card or NIC(network interface card) Ethernet Card , and a Twisted pair cable with RJ(register jack)45 crimped through cross over crimping on either sides of the wire. The second one needs to have a Blue tooth dongle either inbuilt or an external one connected to both the Laptop and a PC.You need to install Blue tooth...
Asked in Computer Networking, Computer Maintenance, Linux Ubuntu

What is meant by desktop support?

Basically, support for your computer, either it's software or the computer itself. Access to a company for any problems you may have with there product.. ...
Asked in Computer Networking, The Difference Between

Difference between earthed and unearthed cable?

For earthed and un earthed XLPE cables, the IS 7098 part2 1985 does not give any difference in specification. The insulation level for cable for unearthed system has to be more. In simple statement the manufacturers states that 11 KV earthed cable is suitable for use in 6.6 KV unearthed system.The process of manufacture of cable is same. The size of cable will depend on current rating and voltage level. ...
Asked in Computer Networking, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008

How do you configure Windows NT RAS Server to Windows 2000 Ras Server?

Add the RRAS computer to the appropriate group: 1. Log on to your computer with an account that has administrator privileges on the Windows 2000 domain. 2. Launch the Active Directory Users and Computers MMC snap-in, and then double-click the domain name. 3. Double-click the Users folder, and then double-click the RAS and IAS Servers security group. 4. Select the members tab. 5. Add the RRAS server to this group. If the organization has more than one domain in the forest, and users from the...
Asked in Computer Networking, Internet, Windows Server 2003, Web Servers

What is a web server?

A web server is essentially a computer prorgam which is responsible for handiling HTTP requests. A browser request to view a page the server then accepts the request and displays the page. From a general point of view we consider web servers as the storage area for files which are available on the web. So in order for any page to be viewable on the web it must be loaded on to the web server. A web server is usually a dedicated...
Asked in Computer Networking, Local Area Network

Is 10.1.1.1 a private IP address?

Yes, it is an address in one of the private IP address ranges that have been defined and reserved. The private IP address ranges are set as: 10.0.0.0 through 10.255.255.255 172.16.0.0 through 172.31.255.255 192.168.0.0 through 192.168.255.255 Any address in these ranges can be set up and used by homes, offices, and anyone else and the communication will not be routed to the Internet because they are defined as unroutable. They also will not cause any IP address conflicts on the Internet since nothing Internet-accessible exists...
Asked in Computers, Computer Networking

If a computer is found to have an IP address of 169 254 1 1 what can you assume about how it received that IP address?

Automatically 169.254.x.x is the APIPA (Automatic Private IP Addressing) range for Computers. This range in Windows is allocated automatically if no DHCP servers responds or is unavailable in the Network. IF DHCP server is selected in IP Configuration Settings then one can configure APIPA settings. ...
Asked in Computer Networking, Economics, Management and Supervision, Ceremonial Speech

Give three examples of specialization and division of labor in what areas are you and your friends thinking of specialization what might be the perils of over specialization?

The enormous efficiency of specialization allows the intricate networking of trade among people and nations that we see today. very few of us produce a single furnished good; we make but the tiniest fraction or what we consume we might teach a small part of one college's curriculum, or empty coin from parking matter or separate the genetic material of fruiting files, in exchange of this specialized labor we still receive income adequate to buy goods from over the world. Advantage economics engage...
Asked in Computer Networking, Webcams, Sound Cards

What are 10 input and output devices?

Input Devices: Keyboard, Mouse, Scanner, Microphone, Joystick, Web Cam, Optical Mark Reader, Optical Character Reader, Optical Bar code Reader, Touch Pen, Graphic digitizer, light pen, Touch pad\screen, Track ball Output Devices: Monitor, Printer, Plotter, Speaker Both: CD, Pen-drive, MODEM, hard drive, tape drive, disk drive ...
Asked in Computer Networking, Internet

When the trust relationship between a workstation and domain has broken down how can you fix it?

One Way: When you try to log-on or connect to a computer and you receive an error stating: "the trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed," don't panic. In order to fix this problem, you remove the workstation from the domain by accessing it with a local administrator account and then rejoining it to the domain. Step by step: * Log-on on locally to the workstation with a local administrator account. * Right click "My Computer" and select properties * XP: Select...
Asked in Computer Networking, Web Hosting, Windows Server 2003

What are the 13 main Public-Root dns Servers?

The are called A, B, C, ... These are the highest level of the DNS hierarchy. Ultimately, any DNS requests that can't be solved at a lower level (through the use of a cache) is traced back to those 13 root servers. ...
Asked in Local Area Network, Computer Networking, Computer Network Security

What is message control system?

https://www.gicseh.com/diploma-security.php must have the strong knowlege of Cyber security module as well as the network module to manage the message control system. Actually Certified Ethical Hacking Dividing in two parts, first will be the netwrok module and second will be the web module accordingly need to prepare for the same....
Asked in Local Area Network, Computer Networking, Internet

What does a transmission control protocol do?

TCP is acronym for transmission control protocol. TCP is a network layer protocol. TCP is a connection oriented protocol that establishes connection before sending message . ...
Asked in Computers, Cable Internet, Computer Networking, Local Area Network

How do you network two PCs together directly using a cat 5 cable?

Easy Setup: Connect 2 Computers Directly Using Crossover Cable http://www.home-network-help.com/crossover.HTML you will need a crossover cable to do this. pairs are switched allowing communication to occur without a hub or router TAKE THE CAT5E CABLE AND TWO JACKS.YOU WILL FIND 4 PAIRS OF WIRES. LIKE OW-O,BLUEW-BLUE,GREENW-GREEN,BROWNW-BROWN. IN THIS THERE ONLY FOUR WIRES ARE NEEDED. supoose you have crimped one side like this ow-o-gw-g-blw-bl-brw-br.then other end will be gw-bl-ow-bl-o-brw-br. ow-orange white o-orange blw-blue white bl-blue grw-green white gr-green brw-brown white br-brown COLUR CODE : 1----3 2----6 3----1 4----4...
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What does an SSID looks like?

The SSID (Service Set Identifier) can look like words, names, numbers, or whatever you want. ...
Asked in Computer Networking, Local Area Network

Who can own a class b Ip address license?

Large organisations that can use around 65000 ip addresses however they will usually waste around 75% of these ...
Asked in Computer Networking, Internet, Wireless Networking and WiFi

How do you let someone use your wireless network?

put their computer in range,set to IEEE 802.1 or something on control panel corresponding to the server of your network and give them the password if there is one. MPGMichael Let's assume the person you want to allow on your wireless network has a wireless network adapter in their computer. Wireless networks are limited in range. There are several standards for wireless routers aka access points. Depending on your standard which is probably 802.11b or 802.11g for your home network the distance will vary....
Asked in Computer Networking

Why ip address is required?

IP address uniquely identify a system over a network. Using IP address system communicate over the network. Thus making IP address a need more than a requirement. ...