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Chapter 17#1b

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broadcast Process by which a message is sent from a single host to all hosts on the network,without regard to the kind of data being sent or the destination of the data.
bus topology A LAN architecture in which all the devices are connected to a bus,or one communication line. Bus topology does not have a central connection point.
cellular WAN A network that can be used when a wireless network must cover a wide area. The network is made up of cells, each controlled by a base station.
classful subnet masks A subnet mask that contain all ones or all zeroes in an octet. For example, 11111111.11111111.11111111.00000000 or 255.255.255.0
classless subnet masks A subnet mask that can have a mix of zeroes and ones in one octet. For example, 11111111.11111111.11110000.00000000 or 255.255.240.0.
client/server A computer concept whereby one computer (the client) requests information from another computer (the server).
coaxial cable Networking cable used with10-Mbps Ethernet ThinNet or ThickNet.
computer name Character-based host name or NetBIOS name assigned to a computer.
crossover cable A cable used to connect two PCs into the simplest network possible. Also used to connect two hubs to two switches.
cellular network A network that can be used when a wireless network must cover a wide area. The network is made up of cells, each controlled by a base station. Also called a cellular WAN.
Created by: Jay.