A group of interconnected devices that are under the same administrative control.
An example of a LAN is the internet.
The word 'local' in LAN refers to local control rather than being physically close to each other
LAN's transmit data by using radio waves.
LAN's are connected networks in geographically separated locations.
It is "burned" on the the graphics card
It is permanently programmed into the NIC
You can set it to automatically obtain a MAC address
The MAC address never changes
You can swap the MAC address onto different NIC cards
It is a copper cored cable surrounded by heavy shielding.
Has one or more optical fibres enclosed in a sheath or jacket
Each pair of wires is wrapped in a metallic foil to better shield the wires from noise.
It has 2 types, multimode and single mode.
They are maintained by network users and request information from a server.
They are maintained by your manager and you ask him/her to send you information and services.
They are maintained by a network administrator and a network user controls information and services
They are maintained by network administrators and the client requests information or services from the server
All of the above
Power Line Communication (PLC)
Wireless Access Points, Routers, NIC's, Computer, Cat 5.
Routers, Switches, Bridges, Hubs, Broadband
Server, NIC, I/O device, Router, ADSL
ISP, computer, bridge, switch, NIC
Routers, Computers, Wireless Access Points, Switches, Hubs
A device that segments a network
A router on a network that provides access to another network or the internet
A device that dynamically assigns I/P adresses
A device that converts I/P addresses to domain names