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4 topologies. Lesson Objectives. All of you should be able to identify the main devices necessary for a network. Most of you will be able to outline the process of a message travelling though a network. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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4 topologiesAll of you should be able to identify the main devices necessary for a network. Most of you will be able to outline the process of a message travelling though a network. Some of you will be able to identify the main elements of a computer network in the school network.Lesson ObjectivesHow CC Network WorksIng. Omar Alvarez BadilloNetwork

Comp 1Comp 2Comp 3Comp 4Comp 5NETWORKIndividually write the components inside a network. (1 minute)

NETWORK3 TypesComputers: send a message and expect a confirmation.Server: answer all requests.Router: routes packages and keeps a list of IP-Address/cableSwitches: resent message through all of its channels.What happens inside the network?12:50Pairs:: Santiago, Natalia: Pablo, Xavi: Victor, Anuar: Arturo, Mauro: Abel watches in silence.What happens inside the network?We will do a general visit to some important places related to the network in the CC. You should only talk in English (with teacher and between yourselves)You should take notes and do questions as you will be asked to do a Map of the network and explain how it works.

Visit to CC13:10In teams you will have 3 minutes to write an outline of what happens when a teacher tries to access Laboratorio Uno folder from a staff room computerOmigrades data is stored in the big new server. T1: Abel, Arturo, NataliaT2: Anuar, Victor, SantiagoT3: Mauro, Pablo, Xavi

Snow Ball Outline13:30Using the ideas from all the teams, the class should come up with a correct outline and write it down in the provided paper.3 minutes. Failure to complete the task in the given time will mean extra homework 1 for everyone.Snow Ball Outline13:50In groups you will need to write a list of all key terms related to networks seen so far. (2 minutes)T1: Abel, Arturo, NataliaT2: Anuar, Victor, SantiagoT3: Mauro, Pablo, Xavi

Key Terms Snow BallYou need to generate one single list. And then split the key terms equally to each student in the class. Each student will write the keyword in a blank sheet of paper and may add a drawing or image.Key terms will be posted into the RED Board Right side10 minutes. Failure to accomplish the task in given time will mean extra homework 2 for everyone.Key Terms Snow BallIndividually, write a list of all the network components and the places or locations where we can find them. (5 minutes). Failure to complete the task in the given time will mean an individual extra homework.Network Components14:05Network

Switch or HubWireless Access PointServerCan all the computers use the printer?

Switch or HubWireless Access PointServerComp 1Comp 2Comp 3Comp 4Comp 5Can I see a file that is in Comp1 from Comp5?

Switch or HubWireless Access PointServerComp 1Comp 2Comp 3Comp 4Comp 5Can I share data between Wired and Wireless network?

Switch or HubWireless Access PointServerComp 1Comp 2Comp 3Comp 4Comp 5If I wanted to connect the network to the Internet, how would I do it?

Switch or HubWireless Access PointServerComp 1Comp 2Comp 3Comp 4Comp 5How is the information sent from Comp 1 to Computer 2?

Switch or HubWireless Access PointServerComp 1Comp 2Comp 3Comp 4Comp 5What is an IP address and why are they used for?

Switch or HubWireless Access Point192.168.0.7192.168.0.2192.168.0.3192.168.0.4192.168.0.5192.168.0.6IP stands for Internet ProtocolA unique address inside a network that allows us to identify each computer. Built by 4 blocks of numbers ranging between 0 and 255.Ex: 192.168.0.5 168.0.15.2IP address