1. - Describe the Internet and how it works?
*The Internet can be described as a worldwide network of computers. While some of its servers have more authority than others, it is largely decentralized. The Internet itself is only the hardware and its connections. Protocols enable different access types. The hardware that powers the Internet is its most important component, and connections between different nodes allow it to span across the planet. Various servers route traffic to its proper destination, but there is no centralized server controlling all traffic. While all infrastructures currently routes traffic correctly, there is no governing body that can mandate compliance effectively. The Internet refers to more than the World Wide Web, which is what most people mean when they discuss the Internet. FTP connections use the Internet as well, and many companies and organizations have developed their own protocols. Servers have more than 1,000 ports clients can connect to, making the Internet a usable platform for a wide range of protocols.
Domain name resolution servers are governed by international groups. An Internet location is accessed through a series of numbers, called an IP address, and DNS servers translate website names, like google.com, to the appropriate IP address. These DNS servers make the Internet easier for end users, and they allow servers to change which IP address they use. -What are the internet services?
There are quite a few different types of Internet Service Providers available today, including access, mailbox, hosting, transit, virtual and free. Access ISPs — Employ a variety of technologies to facilitate consumers’ connection to their network. These technologies may include broadband or dialup. Always-on types of broadband connections comprise cable, fiber optic service (FiOS), DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) and satellite. A number of access providers also provide email and hosting services.
Mailbox ISPs — Offer email mailbox hosting services and email servers to send, receive and store email. Many mailbox ISPs are also access providers.
Hosting ISPs — Offer email, File Transfer Protocol (FTP), web-hosting services, virtual machines, clouds and physical servers.
Transit ISPs —Provide large amounts of bandwidth needed to connect hosting ISPs and access ISPs together.
Virtual ISPs (VISP) — Purchase services from other ISPs to allow customers Internet access.
Free ISPs (free nets) – Provide service free of charge and often display advertisements while users are connected. -What are the current states of Internet usage?
WORLD INTERNET USAGE AND POPULATION STATISTICS
December 31, 2013
( 2014 Est.)
Dec. 31, 2000
Latin America / Caribbean
Oceania / Australia
-What technologies do you utilize when using the internet?
The technology i utilize when using the internet is Experience with Utilizing Research Information etc. -What is the issue in the personal Level?
The issue in the personal level is almost all of the students is addicted in computer games. -What is your opinion on those issues?
My opinion on that issue is try to control you self to be addicted in computer games to prevent addiction. -How does it affect your life?
I ‘am a computer addicted it...
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