You log on, you check your favorite sites, browse through their catalogs, and perhaps purchase something over the Internet.
Just a few keystrokes, and all sorts of actions are performed.
But how does it all work?
Answer: Through the theory of self-reproducing automata.
This module will discuss the network and internet-related requirements necessary for a Web site development team to meet client's business goals.
After completing this module, you should be able to:
- Describe backbones and Network Access Points
- Identify the components and function of the URL
- Explain domain levels
- Describe the registration process
- Describe how protocols are used to send and receive information
- Explain the differences between TCP/IP and UDP protocols
- Explain how IP addresses are classified and what are remote and Web system protocols
In the next lesson, how NAPs and backbones fit into the Internet infrastructure will be discussed.