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Explanation of Networks
- What is a
network?
- Why do schools
build networks?
- Types of networks
- Common Terms
Photo Cre...
What is a Network?
 Connects users to
devices
 Consists of:
 Clients
 Infrastructure
 Networking
Electronics
Photo Cr...
Clients, Infrastructure, Networking Electronics
 Clients
 These are the users
 Infrastructure
 The makeup
 Wires, fib...
Why do Schools build Networks?
 Efficient access to information
 Opportunities for student collaborative learning
 Inte...
Types of Networks
 LAN
 Local Area Network
 WAN
 Wide Area Network
 WLAN
 Wireless Local Area Network
 MAN
 Metrop...
Most Common Networks
 LAN
 All clients share a common infrastructure
 Typically in the same building
 WAN
 Links two ...
Network Common Terms
 Protocol
 Platform
 Media type
 Topologies
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Protocol
 Standard for how devices communicate
 Physical Protocols
 Voltage levels on wires
 Network Protocols
 Retra...
Platform
 Combination of a hardware & an operating family
 Examples
 Macintosh OS
 Windows
 UNIX
 Many school networ...
Media Type
 Pathway for the data
 Examples
 Fiber optics
 Copper wire
 Radio waves
Photo Credits: flickr.com
Topology
 Shape of a network
 The most common shape is a star with all the clients
stations connected to a central point...
References
 Mitchell, B. (n.d.). Introduction to Network Types.
About.com. Retrieved from
http://compnetworking.about.com...
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  1. 1. Explanation of Networks - What is a network? - Why do schools build networks? - Types of networks - Common Terms Photo Credits: flickr.com
  2. 2. What is a Network?  Connects users to devices  Consists of:  Clients  Infrastructure  Networking Electronics Photo Credits: flickr.com
  3. 3. Clients, Infrastructure, Networking Electronics  Clients  These are the users  Infrastructure  The makeup  Wires, fiber optics,…  Networking Electronics  Devices that move  Stores data Photo Credits: flickr.com
  4. 4. Why do Schools build Networks?  Efficient access to information  Opportunities for student collaborative learning  Interdisciplinary curriculum  Professional growth through online courses  A more active and connected community  Shared access  Easier scheduling  Shared devices Photo Credits: flickr.com
  5. 5. Types of Networks  LAN  Local Area Network  WAN  Wide Area Network  WLAN  Wireless Local Area Network  MAN  Metropolitan Area Network  CAN  Campus Area Network…..  SAN  Storage Area Network…. Photo Credits: flickr.com
  6. 6. Most Common Networks  LAN  All clients share a common infrastructure  Typically in the same building  WAN  Links two or more LANs  Separated by distance Photo Credits: flickr.com
  7. 7. Network Common Terms  Protocol  Platform  Media type  Topologies Photo Credits: flickr.com
  8. 8. Protocol  Standard for how devices communicate  Physical Protocols  Voltage levels on wires  Network Protocols  Retransmit of data  Protocol Suite  Group of protocols working together
  9. 9. Platform  Combination of a hardware & an operating family  Examples  Macintosh OS  Windows  UNIX  Many school networks are mutiplatform Photo Credits: flickr.com
  10. 10. Media Type  Pathway for the data  Examples  Fiber optics  Copper wire  Radio waves Photo Credits: flickr.com
  11. 11. Topology  Shape of a network  The most common shape is a star with all the clients stations connected to a central point Photo Credits: Flickr.com, Flickr.com, Flickr.com Star Ring Bus
  12. 12. References  Mitchell, B. (n.d.). Introduction to Network Types. About.com. Retrieved from http://compnetworking.about.com/od/basicnetwork ingconcepts/a/network_types.htm  Northwest Educational Technology Consortium (2005). A Guide to Networking for K-12 Schools. Retrieved from http://www.netc.org/network_guide/  Wise Geek (2003-2013). Network Devices. Retrieved from http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are- network-devices.htm
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