Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks Overview

In this chapter Understanding Wired and Wireless Networks we will discuss the two kinds of networks. Properly installed cabling and wireless networks are the keys to an efficient physical plant; physical wired and wireless connections are the core of a speedy network. In this lesson, we will refer back to our fictitious company, Proseware, Inc., and discuss all the technologies and standards that are required for Proseware to have a properly installed wired/wireless network. In order for the company to be happy, there will have to be twisted-pair cabling and fiber optic cabling, as well as shielded cabling and the latest in wireless equipment. We also have to verify that our signals are not being interfered with and are not being intercepted by undesirable parties. This requires tools, lots of cabling and additional equipment, wireless equipment, testing equipment, and plenty of knowhow. As you begin this lesson, you should be prepared to learn how to cable an entire
network and set up a wireless network as well.

Recognizing Wired Networks & Media Types

Wired networks are still the most common type of physical connection that computers make. Although wireless networks have made inroads ...
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Comprehending Wireless Networks

Wireless networks are everywhere. There are wireless networks for computers, handheld devices, wide-area connections, and more. Chances are you have ...
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This chapter is a part of 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Prep course. More chapters in this course are

Understanding Local Area Networking

Understanding Local Area Networking Overview Understanding Local Area Networking elaborates Local area networks (LANs) that are used by just about ...
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Defining Networks with the OSI Model

Defining Networks with the OSI Model Overview Defining Networks with the OSI Model discusses The Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) reference ...
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Understanding Internet Protocol

Understanding Internet Protocol Overview Understanding Internet Protocol is a must for network administrator. As a network administrator, you will use ...
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Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line

Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line Overview This chapter covers Implementing TCP/IP in the Command Line . Proseware, Inc., doesn’t ...
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Working with Networking Services

Networking Services Overview Network engineers love networking services. Services busy at work, such as DHCP and DNS, are equal to ...
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The Practice tests included in this course are:

Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice Test 1

Instructions for Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice Test 1 This page shows the instructions for Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice ...
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Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice Test 2

Instructions for Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice Test 2 This page shows the instructions for Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice ...
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Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice Test 3

Instructions for Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice Test 3 This page shows the instructions for Exam 98-366 Networking Fundamentals Practice ...
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