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Old 03-19-2009, 08:52 PM   #1
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Default Science Fair Project - How A Network Works

Hey Everyone,

So we've decided on a topic of How A Network Works. Now, How would he explain this as a project? We're having a bit of a problem thinking of how we could explain this as a project

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I would introduce DHCP, DNS, WINS, LAN, WAN, and other similar concepts, explain their significance to networking, and try to figure out good analogies for them
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Would he also introduce Ring Tokens? And those kind's of network setups aswell? Then give a brief history of networking and how it started,etc?
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