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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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Concept of Voip

Concept of Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Voice over Internet Protocol, commonly known as VoIP, is a technology used for the transmission of voice information using the Internet Protocol (IP). VoIP allows the sending of voice information in a digital form using packets as opposed to the traditional circuit-committed protocols of the Public Switched Telephone network (PSTN). Traditionally when one wishes to make a phone call, a call is placed using a telephone that is connected to a circuit-switched...

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Scripting

Windows CLI and Batch Lab Objectives In this lab, students will learn the following objectives: 1 • the basic net commands for managing networks; 2 • the local and remote shutdown commands; 3 • the basic NETSH commands for setting IP addresses; 4 • common-batch language commands and environmental variables; 5 • the common Windows shell commands and batch commands; and 6 • how to create a batch file that will run from the command prompt. Open the lab document file...

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NT1330 FINAL EXAM NOTES

NT1330 FINAL EXAM NOTES Introducing the Domain Name System (DNS) The process of obtaining an IP address for a computer name (for example, “ComputerA”) is called name resolution. Using the Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) The routing service included with Windows Server 2008 is better suited for a smaller network or one with a small amount of network traffic that needs to pass between subnets. Introducing Network Access Protection (NAP) Network Access Protection is a new feature in Windows...

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Unit 7 Assignment 1: Designing an Exchange Server

External IP Address 1. What is Dynamic DNS? a. Dynamic DNS is defined as a method of automatically updating a name server in the Domain Name System (DNS), often in real time, with the active DNS configuration of its configured hostnames, addresses or other information. 2. Can your Senior Administrator host an Exchange Server without a static IP address? a. The reason an Exchange server must be assigned a static IP address is that the server’s host name must be associated with the server’s IP address...

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Justice Found Between Protection of Infringers' Privacy and Enforcement of Producers' Copyrights

evaluates a 2006 Court of First Instance case, Cinepoly Records Co Ltd & Others v Hong Kong Broadband Network Ltd & Ltd. It examined how the copyright of music producers could be infringed via P2P software and how might infringers be caught using IP trace back. The case revealed how the hurdles set up by the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance could be overcome to protect owners’ copyright under the Copyright Ordinance. Moreover, it led to the discussion of whether it is ethical to upload or download...

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Vlans

processed by switches. Two types of VLANs exist [2]:   Static VLANs: ports are assigned to a specific VLAN, no matter what end device is connected to them. Dynamic VLANs: end devices are assigned to a VLAN based on some identifier (MAC address, 802.1x) In our lab we will only be concerned with static VLANs. As stated before, one of the key ideas behind VLANs is the ability to connect multiple end devices as if they were on the same switch although they are on different physical switches...

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Assignment 1 - Unit 8

piece of software on the internet that is used for retrieving information resources. The information that is identified by a URL can be anything such as a web page, image, video, or other piece of content on the internet. A user can put in a web address such as www.aroundtheclock.co.uk into the browser to easily access the web page they are looking for. Although browsers are usually used on the internet to access any web pages they can also be used to access information by web servers in private...

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What Is Subnetting

an excessive amount of traffic and is starting to run slowly, you need to find a way to solve this problem. One of the most effective techniques to solve this problem is by subnetting. Subnetting is a technique for breaking a big block of IP addresses into smaller blocks that can be used to define separate networks. By subnetting a network administrator can enhance security, improve performance and simplify troubleshooting. One of the main reasons of subnetting is to help relieve...

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How to Create Advanced Firewall Rules in the Windows 7 Firewall

Firewall Rules in the Windows 7 Firewall Windows’ built-in firewall hides the ability to create powerful firewall rules. Block programs from accessing the Internet, use a whitelist to control network access, restrict traffic to specific ports and IP addresses, and more – all without installing another firewall. The firewall includes three different profiles, so you can apply different rules to private and public networks. These options are included in the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security...

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