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You can connect two computers together using FireWire or USB cables This creates a compact network but enables you to share between two computers Apple designed FireWire to be network aware, so the two machines will simply recognize each other and, assuming they re configured to share files and folders, you re up and running USB networks require a bit more effort The most common way is to plug a USB NIC into each PC and then run a UTP crossover cable between the Ethernet ports You can buy a special USB crossover cable to connect the two machines Finally, at least one company makes a product that enables you to connect with a normal USB cable, called USB Duet
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It would be unfair not to give at least a token nod to the possibility of making direct cable connections using the parallel or serial ports on a pair of PCs All versions of Windows have complete support for allowing two, and no more than two, systems to network together using either parallel or serial cables You need crossover versions of IEEE 1284 cables for parallel and RS-232 cables for serial Given the incredibly slow speeds of parallel and especially serial cable transmission compared to those of Ethernet and Token Ring, direct cable connections should never be used unless there is no other viable alternative
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Objective 1301: Networking Components for the PC
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Network interface cards (NICs) send data on to the network cabling as discrete chunks called data packets, or frames Every NIC has a unique 48-bit MAC address PCs also need a client service and a common protocol Popular protocols include NetBEUI, IPX/SPX, and TCP/IP
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Objective 1302: Network Topologies
Bus topology refers to a network in which all computers are physically connected by a single length of cable Each end of the cable must be terminated Ring topology also refers to a
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network in which a single length of cable connects all computers, except the ends are joined, thus making, appropriately, a ring
Objective 1303: Network Cabling Standards
ThickNet (10Base5) supports up to 100 devices attached to a segment of no more than 500 meters ThinNet (10Base2) uses RG-58 coaxial cables and supports 30 devices attached to a segment of no more than 185 meters Ethernet (10xBaseT) uses UTP cabling (usually CAT 5, 5e, or 6) with RJ-45 connectors Ethernet hubs and repeaters enable a maximum separation between PCs of 200 meters Token Ring refers to both the standard star ring topology and the network standards Token Ring networks use STP, UTP, or fiber-optic cabling and move data at 4, 16, or 100 Mbps
REVIEW QUESTIONS
1 To provide a computer a physical and electronic connection to a network, what must be installed A B C D A B C D A hub A router A NIC A bridge 1000 meters 330 meters 185 meters 100 meters
2 What is the maximum distance for a 10BaseT segment
3 Which of the following is needed to configure a Plug and Play NIC in a Windows 2000 system A B C D CMOS Device driver Configuration software DMA
4 Jos wants to extend his 10Base2 network beyond its maximum segment distance Which of the following does he need A Converter B Expander
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C Repeater D Extender 5 Everything worked fine on your 10BaseT star bus topology network yesterday, but today, no one can connect to the server The server seems to be in good running order Which of the following is the most likely problem A B C D A hub is malfunctioning Someone changed all the passwords for server access Someone s T connector has come loose on the bus The server s cable is wired as TIA/EIA 568A, and all the others are wired as TIA/EIA 568B Category 2 Category 3 Category 4 Category 5 1000 meters 330 meters 200 meters 100 meters Terminator Crossover cable Uplink port Multiple station access unit
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