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Computers Privacy Problems

can be lost by- an IP address internet cookies, government surveillance cameras, and social networking sites. There are many ways Americans can control their privacy, but sometimes the invasion of privacy is out of their control. For example, computers save all of the American’s private information without their consent. James Fallows explained in his essay, “Tinfoil Underwear,” how much previously viewed information is stored inside a computer, or elsewhere like an IP address. It is mind blowing...

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You Decide week 5

tricky but will better for security for the network. There are three different types of ACLs, Dynamic ACL, Reflexive ACL, and Time Based ACL. Each ACL is unique to the type of network we have. Dynamic are also called lock-and-key ACLs which only allow IP traffic only. Also the lock-and-key authenticates the user and permits limited access through the firewall router for a host for a time. Time Based ACLs are a specific time that traffic is allowed on the network. When the device determines that an ACL...

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Comp 230 Windows Cli

contents from extending across page boundaries. Task 1: Displaying IP Configuration Settings Open the Windows Command Prompt using the desktop or the Taskbar icon. Maximize the size of the CLI. Use the ipconfig /all command to determine the following IP configuration settings for “Wired” Ethernet NIC: IP Address: | 10.254.107.100 | Subnet Mask: | 255.255.255.0 | Default Gateway: | 10.254.107.1 | MAC (Physical) Address | 00-0C-29-BB-B2-28 | Copy and paste the specified ipconfig /all...

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Ghost Multicasting

Ghost Multicasting allows one computer, the Ghost Server, to download a Ghost image from the Server and then redirects the image to other workstations, the Ghost Clients, through the use of TCP/IP settings over the network. The main advantage of Ghost Multicasting is that the downloading time is extremely shortened as only one PC is downloading the image off the Server which dramatically reduces the risk of heavy network traffic. The only disadvantage is that the PC chosen to be the Ghost...

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week 4 lab 2

protocol capture and analysis linked to digital computer forensic investigations? It is linked because it helps to monitor traffic and see a user's username, password, IP address and much more to monitor what they have been doing. 3. What is the source IP address of the FTP client workstation and FTP server? client = 172.16.177.132 IP Address of server = 172.16.177.157 Copyright © 2014 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company. All rights reserved. www.jblearning.com Student Lab...

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Assignment 1

Sinouanthavysouk Course NT1330, Mr B. 01/11/13 Unit 2 Assignment. Facilitation Dear IT Admin: I am working at a branch office and have been tasked with changing out the DHCP scope to match the overall corporate IP address scheme. The main office assigned me and IP address range of 192.168.0.200 through 192.168.0.225. I changed the scope on Friday afternoon and came in on Monday morning to discover that only some of the workstations had picked up the new leases from the new DHCP scope. Any...

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Networking Fundamentals

TCP/IP, names resolution process, and network protocols and topologies. About This Exam Objective Domain 1. Understanding Network Infrastructures 1.1. Understand the concepts of the Internet, intranet, and extranet. This objective may include but is not limited to: VPN, security zones, firewalls 1.2. Understand local area networks (LANs). This objective may include but is not limited to: perimeter networks; addressing; reserved address ranges for local use (including local loopback ip), VLANs;...

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COMP230 Wk1 Lab Report

extending across page boundaries. Task 1: Rename the Ethernet Interface and Display IP Configuration Settings Open the Windows Command Prompt using the desktop or the Taskbar icon. Maximize the size of the CLI. Use the ipconfig /all command to determine the following IP configuration settings for “Wired” Ethernet NIC: IP Address: 169.254.168.102 Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0 Default Gateway: - MAC (Physical) Address 00-50-56-9E-5E-BE Copy and paste the specified ipconfig /all command output from the...

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Difference Between Ipv4 And Ipv6

The internet is all around us. Our daily lives are run by sending and receiving information over different servers. Just like the postal service, the internet needs an address to send and receive information. A residence has numbers and a street, while a device on the internet has an Internet Protocol address or IP. Sending and receiving information fast and secure is always a plus in any industry. The IT industry is no different. Today, there are two major protocols used. Internet Protocol version...

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Tcpip

TCP/ IP In information technology, a protocol is a special set of rules or instructions that end points in a telecommunication connection use when they communicate. In the context of data communication between two points, a network protocol can also be referred as a formal set of rules, conventions and data structure that governs over how computers and other network devices exchange information over a network. From that, we can understand that a protocol is a standard procedure and format that two...

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