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By Matthew G. Naugle

The one community protocol reference of its variety, this instruction manual information the most typical protocols at present in use via such a lot networked websites. utilizing a different one-chapter-per-protocol layout, the instruction manual covers shipping keep watch over Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), Xerox community approach (XNS), net Packet Exchange/Sequence Packet trade (IPX/SPX), DECnet section IV/Local sector shipping (LAT), IEEE 802.2, and Open platforms Interconnection (OS/GOSIP). Explaining how those protocols function, the e-book is helping community managers, directors, and MIS staff/systems analysts totally comprehend the theories and practicalities for community protocol stacks.

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First, the wiring systems will be discussed. There are four types of wiring systems that may be used for Ethernet networks: 1. Thick coaxial cable 2. Thin coaxial cable < previous page page_11 If you like this book, buy it! next page > < previous page page_12 next page > Page 12 3. Unshielded twisted pair 4. Fiber These four types of wiring are also known by many other names. The column headings in Table 1-2 are the most commonly used names. Only the first three cable types will be discussed here.

Previous page (a) Figure 1-7 (a) Thick coaxial connection. page_14 If you like this book, buy it! next page > < previous page page_15 next page > Page 15 (b) Figure 1-7 (b) The transceiver cable connects transceivers to the Ethernet controller itself. It is not a coaxial cable of any type. The cable contains nine individual wires used to transmit and receive data and to relay errors in the transmission system to the controller card. This cable may be up to 50 m long. Before the transceiver can be physically attached to the cable, the site on the thick coaxial cable must be prepared.

The Open Systems Interconnect Model The Open Systems Interconnect (OSI) model was developed in 1974 by the International Standards Organization. It divides a LAN into seven processing modules, or layers. Each layer performs specific functions as part of the overall task of allowing application programs on different systems to communicate as if they were operating on the same system. The OSI model is an architectural model based on modularity. The model is not specific to any software or hardware.

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