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Computer Networking Beginners Guide: Networking for beginners. A Simple and Easy guide to manage a Network Computer System from the Basics

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Are you looking for a guide to learn the basics of a computer network? This book is for you! Before the advent off the wireless technology era, the existing communication technologies were primarily powered by wired technology. From the telephone to the fax machine, communication was not possible without a physical connection between the communication device and the s Are you looking for a guide to learn the basics of a computer network? This book is for you! Before the advent off the wireless technology era, the existing communication technologies were primarily powered by wired technology. From the telephone to the fax machine, communication was not possible without a physical connection between the communication device and the source of the power of the device. For instance, there had to be a connection between a wired telephone and the dial board for communication to be possible. Just as with every other wired device, wireless communication has successfully displaced wired communication. The term wireless communication came into existence in the 19th century. Over the years, wireless communication technology has taken a new dimension. It ranks among the best mediums of information transmission from one device to other devices. This is not unconnected to the ease with which it allows users to communicate with others even if they are operating from a remote area. There are tons of devices that have been adapted for wireless communications. They include GPS, cordless phones, satellite television, Wi-Fi, and some other wireless computer parts. Recently, both the 3 and 4G networks have been included in the list alongside Bluetooth.  This guide will cover the following topics: Wireless hardware and standard Subnetting Reminders and Tips Wireless Technologies Managing Routers and Switches Advanced Configurations IPv6 vs IPv4 The Internet’s big arena Moving the Router Cabling the Network Subnetting Basics IPv6 Subnetting Scaling Networks… AND MORE! Buy this guide NOW to have the keys of networking with you and organize your computer network! Scroll to the top of the page and select the BUY NOW button...


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Are you looking for a guide to learn the basics of a computer network? This book is for you! Before the advent off the wireless technology era, the existing communication technologies were primarily powered by wired technology. From the telephone to the fax machine, communication was not possible without a physical connection between the communication device and the s Are you looking for a guide to learn the basics of a computer network? This book is for you! Before the advent off the wireless technology era, the existing communication technologies were primarily powered by wired technology. From the telephone to the fax machine, communication was not possible without a physical connection between the communication device and the source of the power of the device. For instance, there had to be a connection between a wired telephone and the dial board for communication to be possible. Just as with every other wired device, wireless communication has successfully displaced wired communication. The term wireless communication came into existence in the 19th century. Over the years, wireless communication technology has taken a new dimension. It ranks among the best mediums of information transmission from one device to other devices. This is not unconnected to the ease with which it allows users to communicate with others even if they are operating from a remote area. There are tons of devices that have been adapted for wireless communications. They include GPS, cordless phones, satellite television, Wi-Fi, and some other wireless computer parts. Recently, both the 3 and 4G networks have been included in the list alongside Bluetooth.  This guide will cover the following topics: Wireless hardware and standard Subnetting Reminders and Tips Wireless Technologies Managing Routers and Switches Advanced Configurations IPv6 vs IPv4 The Internet’s big arena Moving the Router Cabling the Network Subnetting Basics IPv6 Subnetting Scaling Networks… AND MORE! Buy this guide NOW to have the keys of networking with you and organize your computer network! Scroll to the top of the page and select the BUY NOW button...

30 review for Computer Networking Beginners Guide: Networking for beginners. A Simple and Easy guide to manage a Network Computer System from the Basics

  1. 4 out of 5

    Diane Jones

    Overall good read, but more illustrations. The overall guide is good. Th author does a good job of explaining the concepts and defining what things are (IP address, NVRAM), however, more visuals and illustrations would make the concepts clearer. Would recommend this guide and the companion audio.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Catie LeMar

    Informative! Lots of helpful information on computer networking. A lot of technical jargon is used, but it’s still fairly easy to understand for those unfamiliar with computer networking. Good resource.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Brandi

    Informative and helpful This guide gave me a better understanding of networking and the multiple facets that go into creating a successful network.

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