By Joe Habraken
Absolute Beginner's consultant to Networking, Fourth version offers readers the facility and figuring out essential to create and administer a community. The e-book exhibits the reader the way to bodily attach desktops and different units to a community and entry peripherals equivalent to printers over the community. Readers may also be in a position to configure desktops to entry the community and the community to percentage a web connection. This e-book will supply easy-to-understand information on new applied sciences and history info (such as easy networking, together with protocols and actual infrastructure) worthy for the person to community laptop devices.Absolute Beginner's consultant to Networking takes the disappointment out of making plans and making a community, and is helping readers comprehend what they're moving into whilst making plans a community and methods for making the community a hit.
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Part IV, "Keeping the Network Running Smoothly," discusses how to protect network data using strategies such as RAID arrays and backups and also discusses how to troubleshoot network problems. This part of the book provides a primer on network security, which includes information on protecting the network from viruses and outside attacks. New chapters related to disaster planning and serving as a network administrator have also been added. To help you keep track of all the new terminology that is introduced in the book, Appendix A provides a glossary.
One of the most compelling reasons for a company to decide to network its computers is to have all its users "plugged in to" the global network that is the Internet. Tip In networks that consist of more than just a few computers, you will have two different types of computers operating on the network: clients and servers. Client computers supply users with a connection to the network. Servers actually serve up the resources that are available on the networkeverything from files to electronic mail post offices.
Server-based networks also provide you with greater centralized control of resources and make it easier to add additional computers, users, and resources (again, when compared to peer-to-peer networks). Server-based networks are scalable networks, meaning they are easily expandable. One requirement for a server-based network is a computer running a network operating system; this computer is known as the server. As already mentioned in Chapter 1, "Computer Networking Overview," a server computer is basically a special-purpose machine that logs in users and "serves" up resources, such as files and printers, to the users.