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Common networking terminology

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  • This CLI Reference Guide is designed to help HP partners and customers who: Manage multi-vendor networks that include HP and Cisco switches Have experience deploying Cisco switches and are now deploying HP switches This CLI Reference Guide compares many of the common commands in three switch operating systems: HP ProVision, Comware 5, and Cisco operating systems. The HP ProVision operating system runs on HP 3500, 5400zl, 6200yl, 6600, and 8200zl Switch Series. (Other HP switches use an operating system that is very similar to the ProVision operating system.

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  • This version of the Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation (CC v3.1) is the first major revision since being published as CC v2.3 in 2005. CC v3.1 aims to: eliminate redundant evaluation activities; reduce/eliminate activities that contribute little to the final assurance of a product; clarify CC terminology to reduce misunderstanding; restructure and refocus the evaluation activities to those areas where security assurance is gained; and add new CC requirements if needed....

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  • Guided - wire Unguided - wireless Characteristics and quality determined by medium and signal For guided, the medium is more important For unguided, the bandwidth produced by the antenna is more important Key concerns are data rate and distance

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  • Simplex One direction e.g. Television Half duplex Either direction, but only one way at a time e.g. police radio Full duplex Both directions at the same time e.g. telephone

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  • The OSI Reference Model is useful because it gives some commonly used terminology, though it might mislead you into thinking that there is only one way to construct a network. The reference model was designed by an organization known as the International Standards Organiza- tion (ISO). The ISO decided it would be a good idea to standardize computer networking. Since that was too big a task for a single committee, they decided to subdivide the problem among several committees. They somewhat arbitrarily chose seven, each responsible for one layer.

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  • One of the major goals of this book is to demystify the jargon of networks so that the reader gains a working familiarity with common networking terminology and acronyms. In addition, this books explains not only how to choose and configure network hardware but also provides practical information about the types of network devices and software needed to make it all work. Tips and direction on how to manage an Ethernet network are also provided.

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  • Chapter 1 targets the following objectives in the Standards and Terminology section of the Networking Essentials exam: Compare a client/server network with a peer-topeer network. . This objective makes sure you are familiar with the two main network classification models. Define common networking terms for LANs and WANs. . The purpose of this objective is to make sure people working in the networking field understand the difference between a local area network (LAN) and a wide area network (WAN). These terms are the main topics of discussion throughout this chapter.

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  • The rapidly changing pace of information technology leads to acronyms and terms being created and used seemingly overnight. This glossary is a guide to the most commonly used and confused IT terms designed to help managers better communicate with (and understand) their IT staff.

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  • MCSE Training Guide: Networking Essentials, Second Edition is designed for advanced end-users, service technicians, and network administrators with the goal of certification as a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE). The “Networking Essentials” exam (70-058) measures your ability to implement, administer, and troubleshoot information systems that incorporate Windows 95 as well as any of the BackOffice family of products. According to Microsoft, the exam covers only the networking knowledge and skills common to both Windows 95 and BackOffice products....

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