Different machines may have different hardware configurations. A machine with maxed memory is a sagacious option.
Introduction How does the Internet work? Because the Internet has become such a large part of our lives, a good understanding is needed to use this new tool most effectively. This whitepaper explains the underlying infrastructure and technologies that make the Internet work.
It does not go into great depth, but covers enough of each area to give a basic understanding of the concepts involved. For any unanswered questions, a list of resources is provided at the end of the paper. Any comments, suggestions, questions, etc. Internet Addresses Because the Internet is a global network of computers each computer connected to the Internet must have a unique address.
Internet addresses are in the form nnn. This address is known as an IP address. IP stands for Internet Protocol; more on this later. The picture below illustrates two computers connected to the Internet; your computer with IP address 1.
The Internet is represented as an abstract object in-between. As this paper progresses, the Internet portion of Diagram 1 will be explained and redrawn several times as the details of the Internet are exposed.
In any case, if you are connected to the Internet, your computer has a unique IP address. The pinged computer will respond with a reply. The ping program will count the time expired until the reply comes back if it does. Also, if you enter a domain name i. More on domain names and address resolution later.
Protocol Stacks and Packets So your computer is connected to the Internet and has a unique address. An example should serve here: The message you want to send is "Hello computer 5. Obviously, the message must be transmitted over whatever kind of wire connects your computer to the Internet.
Therefore the message must be translated from alphabetic text into electronic signals, transmitted over the Internet, then translated back into alphabetic text. How is this accomplished? Through the use of a protocol stack.Definition Links Below.
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Overview. TINY is a set of programs that lets you control a DOS computer from any Java-capable machine over a TCP/IP connection. It is comparable to programs like VNC, CarbonCopy, and GotoMyPC except that the host machine is a DOS computer rather than a Windows one. The story of computing at Columbia is presented chronologically.
Most links are to local documents, and therefore will work as long as all the files accompanying this document are kept together. Gateway: Hardware or software set up to translate between two different protocols.
For example, Prodigy has a gateway that translates between its internal email format and Internet email format. Another definition of gateway is any mechanism for providing access to another system.
Welcome to the third and final iteration of the Classic Mac Networking Guide. This guide will detail the steps and procedures required to network the former generation of Macintoshes to each other, and to modern computers and networks.