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Lost in Networking

Lost in Networking Game Playing Cards

What is a group of computers connected together, and shares imformation? Computer Network
What are computers, printers, and servers classified as? Node
What is a Coaxial Cable Ethernet Cable
What are three different tpyes of networking area? LAN, MAN, and WAN
What are computers that work in order to complete request asked by a client's computer. Server
A set of rules for communication amoung a network? Network Protocol
A unquie identifying number for every device on a network. IP Address
Protocol used to display web pages HTTP
Protocol used to display secure web pages, ex. Bank Account. HTTPS
Protocol in exchange files between computers. FTP (Double the amount of the dice)
The shape of a network. Topology
Topology that uses a backbone to connect all devices to a network is called? Bus Topology
A topology that connects each node to two other nodes. Ring Topology
A Topology setup in which all nodes have a direct connection to the central networking device. Star Topology
Multiple Star Topologies on a Bus Topology. Tree Topology
A common connection point for networking devices. All data goes to all computers. Hub
Acts more as a network filter for all devices. Switch
This forwards data packets between two or more networks. Router
Created by: Turbo S