What term describes the time it takes for a message to transfer over a network?
In what decades did the first computer networks appear?
What were some of the common advantages to early computer networks within a workplace?
What does LAN stand for?
What network system using a cable to connect computers became dominant?
What is a MAC address, and what does it stand for?
What term describes the rate at which a carrier can transfer data?
What problems arise as a result of collisions, and how does ethernet resolve it?
What is exponential backoff and how does it work?.
What do we use to split up collision domains?
What is circuit switching, and why is it problematic?
What is message switching, and what are its advantages?
What term describes the number of stops a message takes when travelling?
What is a packet?
What is IP?
What is an IP address?
Can packets arrive at the destination out of order? Why does this matter?
Why was packet switching initially developed?
What was the world's first packet switch network and the ancestor to the modern internet called?