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TCP/IP model

- every interface into a network needs a unique identifier
- the TCP/IP Model uses the ip address for this
- the ip model has 4 layers:
- application
- transport
- internet layer determines the path of packets from source to host
- network access
- ip addresses are 32 bit address in v4
- there are 5 classes of ipv4, A to E
- class E is reserved and not used for communication
- class A B and C are used for communication only
- subnet mask is used to specify which bits of the ip address are used for the network bits
- network bits are all 1s up to the next .
- in decimal seen as 255.
- the broadcast address has all the network bits and all 1s in place of the host bits
- network address is the network bits and 0s in place of the host bits
- subnetting is the process of splitting a network into smaller networks
- there are 2^n -2 usable subnets where n is number of host bits when not subnetting
- if subnetting =2^m -2
- thus number of usable hosts per subnet = 2^n-m -2
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What is the Internet?

In our last post, we talked about the physical structures that underlie the net - the fiber optic cables and data centers that comprise the backbone of the internet.

Here, CODE.org shares a fun series of videos that explain the electronic part of the equation - how information actually gets from your computer to wherever its going and back. They even brought in Vint Cerf, one of the “fathers of the internet”, to help explain.

We think you should know these basics - because the better you understand the net, the better you’ll be at communicating securely, avoiding surveillance, and securing your data. Which is to say, the better you’ll be at not getting arrested, infiltrated, or harmed.

Bitcoin micropayments: Coming to smartphones—and toasters?—everywhere

Micropayments might not top your list of most compelling inventions, but they’re a sought-after capability. Small payments of less than a dollar, or even less than a cent, have the potential to shake up old, established business models, and open up new doors for the Internet of Everything.

Small digital payments have been tried again and again—in fact, Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee tried to embed micropayment capability into the original World Wide Web, but without success. So far, inherent transaction costs have been an unsurpassable hurdle.

Some argue that digital payment methods like bitcoin are the way forward.

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「もともとFULMAが小学生を対象に事業を行っていた流れがありました」

と述べた。加えて、

  「私たちは、YouTuberになるための養成所のように、子供たちにYouTuberとして食べていってもらうことを目指しているわけではありません」

としたうえで、

「子供たちが『やってみたい!』と思うのに、それをできる環境がない、というものの一つにYouTuberがある、と私たちは考えました」

と、言うなれば一種の「習い事」のような位置づけとして「YouTuber Academy」は存在しているということのようだ。また、小学生のYouTuberへの関心については、

  「実際に聞いてみると、子供たちの多くがYouTuberを知っていたり見ていたりしますし、実際にYouTuberになってみたいという子供も一定数います」

とコメント。

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日本初、小学生向け「YouTuber」養成講座 「習い事」の新定番になるかも? (J-CASTニュース) - Yahoo!ニュース

YouTuber育成云々よりも、デジタル画像という存在そのものの理屈であるとか、配信を含めたTCP/IP技術といったインフラを支える技術的な知識自体を教えて、それを踏まえた上で、デジタル技術を使った自己発信という形を探らせるのならば、オモシロイことになりそうな気はする。

Top 15 Interview Questions with Answers for Network Administrators

Q-1: What is Active Directory?
Active Directory provides a centralized control for network administration and security. Server computers configured with Active Directory are known as domain controllers. Active Directory stores all information and settings for a deployment in a central database, and allows administrators to assign policies and deploy and update software.

Q-2: What is NetBIOS protocol?
NetBIOS (Network Basic Input/Output System) Protocol allows applications on separate computers to communicate over a LAN. It runs over TCP/IP giving each computer in the network a NetBIOS name and IP address. E.g. It can be used for computers running Windows 2000 (or before) to join a computer network running Windows 2000 (or later).

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Difference between SAN and NAS:

SAN and NAS are two different storage systems; difference between them is the cost and complexity to use and operate the storage system.
• Network-attached storage is less costly than Storage area networks for its users to handle and operate.
• Network-attached storage uses TCP/IP network protocol and applications such as NFS or CIFS for file access.
• Managing Network-attached storage is a lot easier than Storage area networks.
• Storage area networks can cater to a large scale of users but Network-attached storage cannot but the change is coming.
• Network-attached storages are efficient for organizing and delivering data to clients over the network and data can be transferred over long distances efficiently.
• The major difference between the two storage networks is the cost and complexity to use and operate the storage system.