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Computer Systems Technology ULI101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Richard Stallman, Bell Labs, Telnet

ULI101- Introduction to Unix/Linux and the internet A computer cant do anything useful without a program Program:data and a list of instructions to follow Operating system: (OS: Apple, Windows, Linux): A collection of...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology ULI101
Mitera
Computer Systems Technology CIS701 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Open Shortest Path First, Classless Inter-Domain Routing, Routing Table
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find more resources at oneclass.com OSPF: Open Shortest Path First ● Link-State Routing Protocol ○ INterface ● Supports VLSM ● AD = 110 ● Metric - cost 10^8 / bandwidth of link ● OSPF...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology CIS701
Julio Garza
Computer Systems Technology WIN310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Public Key Infrastructure, Internet Key Exchange, Message Authentication

CHAPTER 10 VPN RRAS Virtual Private Network: Extends a private network across a public network, such as the internet. Enables users to send and receive data as if they were connected on a private network. Functionality, ...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology WIN310
Arthur Bodourian
Computer Systems Technology WIN310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: File Server, Netstat, Ipconfig

Server Monitoring File Server Storage Report Service Startup Types auto auto delayed(start), starts services after auto manual, disabled Services can be logged on(started) by specific user Windows Builtin Accounts: Local S...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology WIN310
Arthur Bodourian
Computer Systems Technology WIN310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Email Forwarding, File Server

File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) File Server Resource Manager (FSRM) is a suite of tools that enables you to control and manage the quantity and type of data stored on a file server. The FSRM is installed with Server Ma...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology WIN310
Arthur Bodourian
Computer Systems Technology WIN310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Internet Key Exchange, Multihoming, Ipsec

Virtual Private Network: Extends a private network across a public network, such as the internet. Enables users to send and receive data as if they were connected on a private network. Functionality, Security and managemen...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology WIN310
Arthur Bodourian
Computer Systems Technology WIN310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Transport Layer Security, Pretty Good Privacy, Public-Key Cryptography

File Services and Disk Encryption Encryption process of converting data into a format that cannot be read by another user Decryption process of converting data from encrypted format back to its original format Encryption...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology WIN310
Arthur Bodourian
Computer Systems Technology WIN310 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ntfs, File Server, Domain Controller

DFS Organizes multiple smb shares into a Distributed File System Folders can be on different servers , but are transparent to the user Redundancy can be used to improve availability while minimizing the traffic over the WA...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology WIN310
Arthur Bodourian
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Frame Check Sequence, Carrier-Sense Multiple Access, Maximum Transmission Unit

Ethernet IEEE 802 802.3 star topology 802.5 ring topology Layer 2 technology Local Addressing Schemes Convenient, but not efficient WAN Technologies X.25 old WAN technology Frame Relay old WAN technology, used but not ...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Access Control List, Carnelian

Access Control Lists (ACLs) Filter packets When working with ACLs look at Type? Where? Direction? Criteria? IP range, protocols, ports. Order? Types of ACLS: oStandard ACLS (199) require less processing time (advantage) lo...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fast Ethernet, Non-Return-To-Zero, Bit Rate

Digital Transmission Signaling change of the medium data being sent. Changing the voltage Encoding interpreting the signal that is being sent (to establish rules). High voltage is 1, low is 0. Bit time individual time in t...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plain Old Telephone Service, Bell Labs, Multiplexer

Multiplexing To transmit multiple signals simultaneously one connection Types of Multiplexing 1.Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) 2.Frequency Division Multiplexing (FDM) Time Division Multiplexing (TDM) sharing media based ...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Unicast, Port Forwarding, Network Address Translation

DHCP Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol Application Layer Protocol DHCP Leases: IP Address Mask DNS Gateway NTP (Network Time Protocol) synchronizing clocks between computer systems, usually synchronized with an atomic cl...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Network Layer, Unicast, Open Shortest Path First

Routing Protocols To help build routing tables by sharing connected interfaces Dynamic Routing Protocols are easily adaptable Convergence When all routers have all entries(routes) from other routers RIP (Routing Informatio...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart
Computer Systems Technology DCN386 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Border Gateway Protocol, Enhanced Interior Gateway Routing Protocol, Classless Inter-Domain Routing

Routing What you would find in a routing table: Destination Network Mask GatewayNext Hop ex. A neighbour router. A unicast address (not default gateway, this is for hosts) Not all routes are created equal MetricCost used t...

Computer Systems Technology
Computer Systems Technology DCN386
Ryan Lockhart

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