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    Ethernet Network Essay

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    distance between the computers or departments. It is in Bus topology as since the computers connect to the network by connecting to the network cable. This as opposed to a star network topology setup. Next to each network component is an Internet Protocol (IP) address. Each IP consists of four number whose value can range from 0 to 255. This four numbers are separated by period marks (WhatIsMyIPAddress.com, 2000-2016). No number can be repeated on the same LAN sharing the same subnet mask…

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    Internet protocol version four (IPv4) is the current networking protocol used by any device that is connected to the network today. Internet protocol defines a set of rules on how data packets are formatted and sent across the Internet or local network (Carroll, 2014). The issue with IPv4 is that its available Internet address space is running out (Banks, 2015). Today, more and more electronic devices will need Internet addresses in order to communicate with other devices. Devices such as…

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    This allows the VM to connect to the internet but in order to form a direct link between the VM and the host machine we need another Adapter Figure 15: Mininet-VM Network Settings • Select Adapter and in the Attached to: field select the Host-only Adapter. The name for the adapter will automatically set to the newly created Host-only network. Click OK and start the VM. The username and password are both mininet Figure 16: Mininet-VM Terminal Step3: Configuring…

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    By the end of the 1980s the number of hosts connected to the public Internet, a confederation of networks looking much like today’s Internet, would reach a hundred thousand. The 1980s would be a time of tremendous growth. Much of that growth resulted from several distinct efforts to create computer…

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    each other in the form of digital data packets. The networking protocols are responsible for the safe delivery of these packets to their respective destinations. Despite their significance, these protocols have not evolved over the years. They are complex and they restrict innovation. In the current networking environment, network administrators have to configure each device manually by using proprietary commands. Newer policies or protocols cannot be introduced in the network on the fly, while…

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    Network Management Protocol (SNMP) -enabled devices.  Intelligent notifications - alerts that can be configure so that there is a response to a specific network scenarios through a page, e-mail, call or text in a network administrator. 2.4 PROTOCOLS AND STANDARDS A network protocol is a set of formats and conventions for data transmission or in other words a standardized set of rules and conventions which all devices have to comply to be able to connect with a network. Network protocols…

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    major disadvantages of IR-based systems. First, there must be a receiver in every room where an asset or people might be located, and these receivers must be connected using special wiring. This special infrastructure makes the installation and configuration of IR systems time-consuming and expensive. The second major disadvantage of IR-based systems is that if its IR signal gets blocked (for example by a bathrobe or a blanket), the system fails to work. There are other disadvantages of…

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    Project Management In RK Chevrolet Emerson Hyatt ECPI University Abstract Project Management is an important aspect of every major company. A company that has been holding strong for twenty years could improve monumentally by implementing a project manager with a project’s scope of improving the companies culture. Improving the everyday operation of RK Chevrolet can be done in many ways, but one proven way to do that is by implementing a Microsoft Sever 2012 software and hardware…

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    Security Works, Inc. has just been awarded a high priority, high visibility contract/project that will require us to develop and maintain a proper DoD security policy that is required to meet DoD standards for delivery of the technology services. Upon winning this high demand contract with the DoD, Security Works, Inc. is now obligated to meet all government standards that the U.S. Air Force Cyber Security Center or AFCSC enforces. Other guidelines within this contract that have to be followed…

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    and applications. More characteristics of Service oriented architecture are its structure is based on open standards, facilitates inherent reusability, interoperability is highly supported, there is emphasis on extensibility, it is autonomous, dynamic discovery is promoted, it also promotes composability of the architecture, loose coupled and it supports incremental implementation. SOA services do not depend on a particular platform to function and the interfaces describe themselves…

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