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These computers are the ones that family members will use for their daily computing needs For instance, these are the computers that will be used for homework, for accessing the Internet, and for other common computer usage tasks Windows-based computers are the most common, although you could also use a Macintosh or a combination of the two just as long as a common protocol is used for communication
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If you need a refresher on protocols, flip back to 2 In this example, the two desktop PCs are tethered to the network using Cat 5e cabling, while the laptop is connected to a wireless connection but really any combination of the two is acceptable You could just as easily utilize wireless cards on all three computers However, as we noted in 2, wireless is fine if you re downloading something from the Internet, but if you are transferring large files, expect wireless s 11 megabits per second (Mbps) connection to be about nine times slower than a hardwired connection
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The next device, highlighted in Figure 4-2, is a server Servers are computers dedicated to tending to the needs of their client computers Servers manage the connections between client computers and their connections to the Internet In large companies, it is not uncommon for multiple servers to be used to attend to the management of hundreds or thousands of client computers However, unless you have a really big family, you probably won t need more than one server Plus, you d probably be just fine if you ran your Smart Home software on one of your clients that served double duty as both a client machine and the server It s not likely you d need a server unless there are several computers in your home, but if you decide to connect your Smart Home to the Internet, you ll need a web server We ll talk about that in greater detail in 7
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In our example, it is the server on which the Smart Home software will be installed However, Smart Home software could just as easily be installed on client computers, or a lone computer
Designing and Building the Smart Home LAN
NICs
If you look on the back of a wired, networked computer, you ll see a piece of Cat 5 cabling, terminated with an RG-45 connector (remember, it looks like a fat phone connector), and plugging into the computer This cabling is plugged into a network interface card (NIC) The NIC is the interface (as the name suggests) between the computer and the network In older computers, this card had to be purchased separately and installed, however NICs are pretty much standard equipment on computers now you have to specifically request that they not be installed on your machine if you are so inclined There are different types of NICs that employ different communications technologies The most popular is Ethernet
Purchasing Inexpensive NICs
Ethernet NICs are inexpensive (you can get a good one for US$10, but you can occasionally find a deal where you get the card for US$10, then get a manufacturer s rebate for US$10), which makes them very popular both in business and in home applications In fact, the devices you ll buy to connect with your network are likely to be Ethernet-based, so it is not only a good option; it s also your only option
Ethernet used to run solely at 10 Mbps, but now the prevalent speed for these networks is 100 Mbps There are Ethernet implementations that run at 1 Gbps and 10 Gbps, but their price hasn t brought them into the home networking arena
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