Ch 13 Behind the Scenes: How the Internet works, Microcomputer Applications for Business
Ch 13 Behind the Scenes: How the Internet works, Microcomputer Applications for Business CGS2100
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Ch 13 Behind the Scenes: How the Internet Works Management of the Internet o Internet society Professional membership society hat provides leadership for orderly growth & development of internet o Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) A subgroup of Internet Society that researches new Internet tech to improve its capabilities & keep infrastructure functioning smoothly o Internet Architecture Board (IAB) Technical advisory group to Internet Society & an IETF Circuit switching o Not used to connect 2 computers Inefficient when applied to computer Computers transmit data in a group, or burst Processor works on next task & ceases to communicate until ready to transmit next burst Circuit would have to remain open, therefore unavailable to other systems, or have to be reestablished Data transmission & protocols TCP/IP o Protocol the internet uses for transmitting data Main suite of protocols is TCP/IP Consists of many interrelated protocols IP addresses & domain names o Each device connected to internet required to have a unique number Called IP address o Domain names are word-based IP addresses o How computer gets IP addresses Static IP address never changes Assigned by network administrator or ISP Dynamic IP address is temporary Assigned from pool of addresses More common Assigned for duration of session
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