NTC 360 (Network Telecommunications Concepts) Complete Class

NTC 360 (Network Telecommunications Concepts) Complete Class

NTC 360 (Network Telecommunications Concepts) Complete Class
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NTC 360 (Network Telecommunications Concepts) Complete Class
Week 1
Week 1 DQ 1
Based on the article by Semeilogy et al. (2007), why have some researchers recommended redesigning the Ethernet networking technology from the ground upWhy do the authors propose a new solutionWeek 1 DQ 2
What are some considerations an organization should look at when moving from a traditional phone system to VoIPExplain the impact on an organization when using VoIP.
Week 2
Week 2 DQ 1
Based on the Takahashi et al. (2007) article, what characteristic of a mesh network is important to the experiment? What are the pros and cons of employing this emergency communications design within an area of the U.S. prone to natural disastersWeek 2 Assignments:
Use Short Answers to Explain the Difference Between:
o Rotary and Dual Tone Multi-frequency (DTMF)
o Wide Area Telecommunications Service (WATS) and leased lines
o Private Branch eXchange (PBX) and Centrex
o The layers of the International Organization for Standardization-Open Systems Interconnection (ISO-OSI) model
Riordan Manufacturing Telephone and Data Network (Service Request)
Telecommunication Systems at 4 T’s (650+ Words)
Week 3
Week 3 DQ 1
What are some things we need to evaluate when protecting our networkWeek 3 DQ 2
What purpose does a firewall play in an organizationWeek 3 Assignment :
Use Short Answers to Explain the Difference Between:
o Synchronous and Asynchronous
o Analog and Digital
o XON and XOFF
o Simplex and Duplex
o Serial and Parallel Transmission
o Baseband and Broadband
o Serial Line Internet Protocol (SLIP) and Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP)
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