Teyonna's Home Network

explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. —All the devices in my house are connected to my hotspot, which is portable and easy to use. It is just like a modem but smaller and portable. reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if so write about what you learned. I really didn’t have an OMG moment. I just realized how simple some of this stuff was. what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? Just have patience, because sometimes tech can be really confusing but once you learn it step by step it will be the simplest thing ever.

My Home Network

explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection.

All of the electronic devices are connected to a combination router, two of these devices, the TV and the desktop computer, are both connected to the router by Ethernet nine other devices have a wireless connection to the router.

reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned.

From this assignment I learned that some devices can be connected to a router by a hard wire called Ethernet and I learned that there are two kinds of routers, modem routers and combination routers.

what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network?

I would tell others that when having a home network, the first thing they need is a local Internet Service Provider to give you internet. to get internet to your devices, you need a router. The router will connect to your big electrical appliances (like a TV or a desktop computer) with a hard wire called Ethernet and all your mobile devices will be connected to your router by wireless

my home network

1)explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. the devices connected to my lan are a tablet, two phones, i pad, and my chromebook. 2)reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned. I learned what a pdf is, so that´s good. 3)what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? you should always know where everything goes.

My Home Network

explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. On my home network I have my iPhone, my mom’s iPhone and my sister’s iPhone. I also have my school laptop and my mom’s laptop. And finally we have a shared desktop computer hooked up to the network. reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned. I learned some really interesting things about my network like how everything we search is put through our router before it loads on our devices I thought that was super cool. what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? I would tell people that it is good to look far into what type of network you have and what will work best for your household and setup.

My Home Network

In my house, all my devices are connected to Comcast. My network name is Home3b88. My portable electronics that are connected to this network consist of all of my families phones laptops. Along with this i also have two gaming devices, also a printer and tv

My Home Network

This is my Local Area Network.

It starts with the World Wide Web and goes into a modem and a router. The Modem’s arrow got deleted but it It’s leading to the same place as the router. Connected are multiple Wifi devices. I learned about the difference between a router and a modem and I had an… ahem… and OMG moment-COUGH COUGH! I had an OMG moment when I found out that when your router is up high, your connection is better. If I was telling somebody something they need to know about getting an ISP/Home network, I would tell them to go to Ms. Hulls class first, so she can teach them how not to get screwed over by the man.

My Home Network

My network is connected to my TV´s, and all 4 of my consoles and mobile electronics. I did not have a OMG moment. I learned that my network goes through lots of things. That if your going to that then make up back ups just in case.

My Home Network

Explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection.reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned.what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network?

My local network starts with the world wide web that is connected to a router by the ISP Comcast business and a copper wire. From the router, we have two networks, RasaSalon1 and RASASALON. the only device connected to RASASALON is the salons big mac computer. All other devices are connected to RasaSalon1. I was shocked that the big mac computer had a network all to it´s self, but that’s because it has so much data on it. I learned the the internet has different components that make up many different networks. I would tell others to know what makes up the internet that they use every day, so they know what they are using.

My Home Network

All the devices on my internet connection is basically games systems , computers , and phones. I didnt learn anything interesting except that nobody controls the internet. Something i would advise someone with to have a home network have your router high up

My Home Network

my isp is fios network. The amount of everything is $200.00 the wire is a fiber cord the wire comes in through the living room I have a wireless router Devices connected to the wifi: maria iphone 1 maria iphone 2 maria ipad 1 maria ipad 2 the wii the xbox

My Home Network

1.The only devices on my internet wifi Deathstar is my families tablets, my printer, 5 phones, and we dont have the Roku anymore because it broke, but we still use the rest of the devices everyday. 2. I learned a lot. I honestly didnt know anything, all i knew was that things transfered things, now i know how fast files move and how fast things trasfer. 3. I would tell them that dont rush the computer because the files need to take some time to transfer and everything might take some time depending on the file and computer.

My home network

Amira Gouri

  1. Go home and look for the wire that brings the internet into your home.

    a. what does that wire look like?

    • The wire looks like a white thick string with electric thin strings inside it.

b. what room does this wire come into? - Basement

  1. Do you have a modem and a router or a combination modem and router? What is connected to this router/modem? Name all the devices that use wiFi in your home.

    • Yes, I have a modem and a router. The wire from the router is connected to the modem. The devices that use Wi-Fi is my laptop, my mom’s phone, my phone, Ipad, television, and my dad’s phone.
  2. Who is your ISP? (internet service provider)

    • Comcast
  3. how much is does the internet cost per month? *multiply the monthly cost by 12. What is that dollar amount?

    • 10 dollars per month. 10 * 12 = 120$ for a year.

My Home Network

Questions: 1.) All of the devices on my home internet are tablets, cell phones,and our TV. 2.) I have learned that all the numbers that you need if the thing breaks are on the side and bottom of the box. 3.) Look up everything that you don´t know about the system before you mess anything up.

My Home Network

explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. My L.A.N has a lot of devices. There is 4 iPhones, 3 computers, a printer, xbox, and a iPad.

reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting?
I learned about all the rules there are with my home network. I had a OMG moment when I saw how much we were paying for our network.

what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? I think if I was telling someone what they need to know I would tell them they need to know about all the wires and then I would explain each wire.

Horsham Clinic

Five days in and all I wanted was a cigarette. From tense visits with my family, to talk about drugs and suicide. The tense moment before a fight breaks out. The steady flow of patients. The fifteen minutes between the constant nightly check-ins: The loud creak of the door. Footsteps. A light in my face, checking for breaths. One, two, and gone. I had fifteen minutes to fall asleep before it happened again. I was exhausted. Six days in without music. Seven days away from my friends. Eight days in and they still wouldn’t tell me if and when I was leaving.

I didn’t leave Horsham for twelve days. I hated it. It was easily one of the most miserable experiences I’ve ever had. Horsham was cramped, understaffed, low budget, and yet, as my parents assured me, it was the best in the area. I finally was released, having learned nothing, having been put on meds that made me miserable, and leaving my family with almost no money. However, I did take away an experience from it that not many people have: Sitting in a room full of people who have all truly hit rock bottom.

The patients were split almost down the middle between people with aggression issues, and people with depressive issues, among other, more specific mental illnesses. Many were like me, having made attempts on their life. The rest were kids who had gotten into serious fights with their friends and family. There were kids with Obsessive Compulsive Disorders that caused their minds to construct memories. Some kids with severe Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder would become catatonic at any loud noise. Others starved themselves. Some heard voices.

Turns out no one really understands this stuff. There’s no off switch. I’ve talked to plenty of people about medication and therapy, and it seems to me that the people who advocate them the most are the people who haven’t experienced either. I have rarely talked to a person who genuinely thought that their antidepressants helped them. I remember being miserable on all medications that I tried. I never felt that therapy was incredibly helpful either.

It seems that these kids were getting swept under the rug. Horsham was grotty, gross, unsafe in certain parts. The food was mediocre at best, and there was very little space. Horsham Clinic is a crisis center, meaning that the average stay is three days to a week. The goal is to get most people stabilized before they can be either sent back into the world, or moved to another facility; swept under an even bigger rug.

There were special needs kids who had been in the facility for months, while the management desperately tried to figure them out. Attempt after attempt was made before finally having them transferred to a long-term facility: The equivalent of a mental asylum. The saddest part? It would be permanent. This is the system. If they can’t fix you, they’ll put you away. These are the people who are deemed “unsafe.” Bouncing from place to place between each failed attempt on their life. Uprooted and tossed around. Why? It’s easier to put them away than to address the issue. Moving kids to “long-term clinics” for eating disorders, more like prisons than hospitals. Doors that lock from the outside. Sedative injections. Straight jackets. It’s still hard for me to believe that these things are still in use.

I wonder, though, is there a way to truly fix it? Is the system the only system we have? I don’t know. Therapy and medication can help to a degree, but sometimes there’s really not much one can do to help. There are many bad reviews of Horsham Clinic on the internet, but I have yet to see anyone offer a solution. It begs the question: Is it better to lock these kids up to stop them from killing themselves?

I found rock bottom to be a strangely serene experience. Little by little I became separate from myself, in some sort of existential crisis. Embracing nihilism. I believe I see the world for what it truly is: Nothing. There is nothing to anything. We seek meaning and purpose in a universe completely indifferent to our existence. Is there any purpose in “saving” the people who just want their lives to be over? Do any of us truly understand what would be “best” for them? Why do we get to decide when to pull the plug? What’s the point of this terrible system?

My Home Network

1)Explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. My L.A.N. is connected wirelessly to a few different devices the most important one is my Iphone 6 plus and my dell chromebook. The others are my toshiba chromebook, the Xbox 1, the Xbox 360, Wii U, the Psp Vita, Mac Book, Samsung 7 phone, Samsung Tablet then lastly a “Blu” Phone. This order is from important to least important. This is because the first few ones are mine and without them there would be no WiFi because my parents doesn’t use the WiFi as much as I do so they’ll turn it off if it’s not used to an extent. 2)Reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned. I learned that having WiFi is a privilege to have, because if I knew completely nothing about having or using the internet I could do a lot of damage to what I really value and need the most. 3)What would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? I feel like other people should know where the internet comes from and how it works. The process lets you know exactly what happens, with information needed and brought to you goes through, before they actually call their mobile device “slow” or “broken”. Lastly, they should know their mobile device goes a long way to do what is asked of it.

My Home Network

1.) My local network is Comcast. Through Comcast we 4 phones, 1 pinter, 2 smart TVs, wireless soundbar, home theater, and 3 laptops. 
2.) From looking through my house and seeing what my WiFi comes from I was able to understand what basically goes on. Before I really didn't think about it, but now it's all I thinks about. I learned that if the modern router is placed at a higher elevation the signal/speed would be better.
3.) I would personally tell other people that they should learn more about their network because in case of any situations you will be able to fix it or work with it. 

My Home Network

-Explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection. My Local Area Network has many devices connected to it and different wires connected to it. All of the devices that are on my internet connection are, my ipad, computers, phones, TV, and printer.

-Reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if not write about what you learned. What I learned about networks is that, an router is the central device of a home network into which you can plug one end of a network cable. Also, a modem is a device that bridges the Internet connection from a service provider to a computer or to a router, making the Internet available to consumers. Last but not least I also learned a modem is supplied by your ISP. I had an OMG moment when I found out that Wi-Fi and Internet were two different things, OMG.

-What would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network? That A router acts a central point of contact between every device on your network, and the Internet connection provided by your modem. Also, the Internet is a network of networks. Your home network, if connected to the Internet, forms one small part of the entire Internet.

My Home Network

Explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network -

-All my L.A.N. are - 4 laptops, 2 TVs, 4 phones, 1 IPad, and 1 Play Station 3.

Reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? If now write about what you learned.

-I kind of knew what was what because my sister tries to help me out and explain the things that I don’t know, but other then that nothing much really.

What would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network?

-I would tell other people that they need to know where everything is and what is connected to what. Also how many devices they have in their home.

My home network

  • Explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection.                                 The devices on my internet connection include my phone and my computer.  
  • Reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if now write about what you learned.                                                                  What I learned about the network is that everything is connected to another, wifi doesn't just exist, it comes from somewhere. 
  • What would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network?                       I would tell other people that they should be careful in choosing for a provider because a lot of providers can be sneaky. A person should research before choosing. 

My Home Network

  • explain your L.A.N. Local Area Network - all the devices on your internet connection.

1. There are a few devices in my home network. They include two iPhones, two androids, one laptop, one computer, and last but not least, the iPad.
  • reflect on what you learned about networks, did you have an OMG moment that you learned something new and interesting? if no, write about what you learned.

2. I was never aware of the different kinds of cords and I didn't even know what an ethernet was until I was assigned this assignment.
  • what would you tell other people that they need to know about having an ISP/Home network?

3. In my opinion, you should be aware of what type of cord you have. Also you should know whether your network is wireless or not.

Shaheed's home network


 My L.A.N. network is connected to my router which is provided by Xfinity. My router gets internet from the world wide web. Since my internet is wireless, the phones, computers, and the xbox one are connected to the router and gets internet from it. Connected to the router is the cable box with an ethernet cable. An ethernet cable connects the cable box and the smart tv. Bluetooth devices are connected to the phones, tv, and computers. I never realized that everything in my house is connected to a single router. What I would tell others about their home network, is to know what's connected. You never know when a hacker can ruin your life.

My Home Network

Mostly all my devices are connected to my router called Z1F13 and some are connected to my Apple T.V.

I learned that most of my electronic devices are connected to my router while some are connected to my Apple T.V. I didn’t know how many electronic devices that are in my house. I also didn’t know that most of the internet in my house take up so much space.

I would tell people that not all the time your internet will be high speed. Make sure you choose the right ISP for your home. Not all network work as fast as other networks, Some work slow while others work fast. Don’t assume that your internet work fast because most of the time it’s not.

My Tech Work

1) The devices on my LAN are my phone, my brothers ipod, my ipad, my mom's phone, my dad's phone and my two computers.

2) The one thing that I learned that was pretty crazy was packets on the internet. How anything that the internet receives and sends out are packets. Literally everything on the www is a packet. 

3) One thing that people need to know about having a home network is security. Security is probably the most important thing. If you don't have good security then anyone with basic computer knowledge can latch onto your network.