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J201LectureNotes--Internet.pdf J201 (Journalism, Bish Sen, Media & Society)

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Date Created: 09/25/15
1201 Lecture Notes Internet Internet 0 Revolution occurred when computers were connected together in networks 0 Origins O 0 How to protect information from the enemy Solution replace centralized storehouses with a distributed system so that the enemy can t take you down like carrying cash in different places when traveling Packet Switching O In order to understand how networking became possible we need to understand the basic concept of packet switching In this system a le is broken into numerous parts which are sent separately through the network and put back together by the receiver Parts of the le don t all travel the same path but rather take different routes through the network of computers to nd their destination Packet switching enables the concept of distributed networks the opposite of centralized control centers Paul Beran in the US and Donald Davies in the UK are primarily responsible with the development of packing switching Baran and Davies had quite different reasons for developing a distributed system though Baran working for the US government wanted a system that could withstand a military attack on a speci c location Davies motivated more by commercial interests wanted a system that could manage large amounts of traf c both data and users 0 Networks 0 A network can be a local area network LAN a metropolitan area network MAN or wide area network WAN Sometimes it is necessary to connect two or more networks of the sae type for example several bus networks can be combined to form one large bus network To do this we use devices like the repeater bride or switch 0 When networks are connected via these devices the result is one large network 0 Internet 0 Sometimes however the networks to be connected have different characteristics In that case what we need to build is a network of networks known as n internet in which the original networks maintain their individuality and continue to function as independent networks 0 4 layers of the internet I Under TCPIP the internet works thru 4 layers 0 Application DNS H39ITP FTP etc 0 Transport permits devices on the source and destination to carry on conversations 0 Internet packs data into data packets known as IP datagrams and routes these 0 Network access de nes how data is physically sent through the network 0 Arpanet o In the early 19605 the Defense Department set up an Advanced Research Projects Agency which began exploring how to network computers By the end of the decade the ARPANET was established initially with just 4 hubs 0 Over the next decade more hubs were added usually at major research universities o The network kept growing in this fashion into throughout the 19705 0 After ARPANET o In the early 19805 ARPANET transferred much of its role supporting the growing internet to the National Science Foundation which funded necessary technical infrastructure until commercial internet service providers lSPs emerged in the 19905 0 History of the internet 0 World Wide Web British computer scientist Tim BernersLee is credited with inventing the World Wide Web a system of interlinked hypertext pages on the Internet in the 1990 Web browsers are used to access text images videos and other multimedia objects on the WWW


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