How a LAN Works is a full color illustrated guide to the world of local area networks.
This book is designed for students who want to know the basics of how networks work.
How a LAN Works explores the underlying concepts of how networks function.
Combines excellent full color graphics that brings the inside of a network to life.
Introduces the three main network types, star networks, bus networks and ring networks.
Describes the differences between local area networks (LAN) and wide area networks (WAN).
Covers network security with user names and passwords.
Access rights are described.
The network firewall is covered.
Describes data packets and ports.
The TCP/IP protocols are detailed.
Client Server is described.
This full-color, fully illustrated guide to the world of local area networks is Ideal for computer science.
K-12 Computer Science Curriculums. Key Stage 3 Computing Curriculums.