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[[Image:Computer Networks Oak Ridge Educational Network.gif|thumb|right|The Oak Ridge National Laboratory educational network]]
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Topics dealing with networking, such as IP networks, multicasting and WAN.
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== Subcategories ==
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*'''[[:Category:Ad hoc networks|Ad hoc networks]]''' - networks in which each node participates in routing data by sending it to other nodes
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*'''[[:Category:Computer network management|Computer network management]]'''- the management of computer hardware and software to ensure network reliability and performance
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*'''[[:Category:IP networks|IP networks]]''' - a network that relies on the standard Internet Protocol
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*'''[[:Category:Intranets|Intranets]]''' - a computer network that uses internet protocol technology to securely share information inside an organization
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*'''[[:Category:Intserv networks|Intserv networks]]''' - or integrated services networks, where an architecture attempts to guarantee quality of service on the network
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*'''[[:Category:Multiprocessor interconnection networks|Multiprocessor interconnection networks]]''' - a network that connects microprocessors to allow them to work in tandem
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*'''[[:Category:Network servers|Network servers]]''' - computers or computer applications that perform tasks requested by "client" computers across a network
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*'''[[:Category:Wide area networks|Wide area networks]]''' - or WAN, any telecommunications network that covers a broad area, such as across metropolitan boundaries
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Revision as of 17:57, 14 April 2014

The Oak Ridge National Laboratory educational network

Topics dealing with networking, such as IP networks, multicasting and WAN.

Subcategories

  • Ad hoc networks - networks in which each node participates in routing data by sending it to other nodes
  • Computer network management- the management of computer hardware and software to ensure network reliability and performance
  • IP networks - a network that relies on the standard Internet Protocol
  • Intranets - a computer network that uses internet protocol technology to securely share information inside an organization
  • Intserv networks - or integrated services networks, where an architecture attempts to guarantee quality of service on the network
  • Multiprocessor interconnection networks - a network that connects microprocessors to allow them to work in tandem
  • Network servers - computers or computer applications that perform tasks requested by "client" computers across a network
  • Wide area networks - or WAN, any telecommunications network that covers a broad area, such as across metropolitan boundaries