By Robert Felps

ISBN-10: 1556221878

ISBN-13: 9781556221873

In case you are searching for the entire advisor to the UNIX working approach, this is often it. Designed for newbies as an instructional and for knowledgeable clients as an in-depth reference, this booklet is written in an easy-to-follow structure. as well as the most recent info on UNIX, you will find hands-on UNIX actions that take the secret out of the UNIX command set.

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Users can exchange files and e-mail, copy files onto each other’s hard drives, and even use printers or modems connected to just one computer. But as more users are added to the network, a dedicated server can provide a central point for management duties such as file backup and program upgrades. Wiring and Cable There are three primary types of network wiring (also referred to as media) as shown in Exhibit 2: AU0821 ch01 frame Page 5 Wednesday, November 14, 2001 9:39 PM 5 High-Speed LAN/WAN Fundamentals UTP Unshielded Twisted Pair Coaxial Fiber Exhibit 2 Primary Types of Network Wiring 1.

3. Fiber optic. This cable is usually reserved for connections between backbone devices in larger networks, although in some very demanding environments, highly fault-resistant fiber-optic cable is used to connect desktop workstations to the network and to link to adjacent buildings. Fiber-optic cable is the most reliable wiring, but also the most expensive. Take care in selecting the cabling for your offices and buildings. Be sure that the wires running through ceilings and between walls can handle not only your present needs, but any upgrades you foresee in the next several years.

Your enterprise gains access to the Internet through some type of remote connection. A single user can dial up the ISP via modem. Multiple users within a campus might choose to rely on a router to connect to the ISP, who then connects the campus to the Internet. In general, LAN speeds are much greater than WAN and remote-access speeds. For example, a single shared Ethernet connection runs at 10 Mbps. Today’s fastest analog modem runs at 56 kbps — less than one percent of the speed of an Ethernet link.

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