My LAN contains my laptop,phone,TV, and my mom's phone. This has been a quick and wonderful experience, I've learned a lot. I've actually always wondered what in the world the internet is and I was kind of let down that it was so practical yet intricate. I would tell them they should know what all the chords are and how they work so that if ever one needs to set up their TV or system/device they'll have no problem.
I have 2 phones, 2 laptops, a roku, wii u, wii, xbox 360, and 3ds.
I learned that the modem connects to the router by the ethernet and how many devices are connect to my network.
I would tell someone that there are wired and wireless connections.
1) The internet comes into my house with a Coax cable. then connects to my modem. Two computers are connected with a wire to the modem. The modem connects to the router with a Ether Net cord. It send wifi out to 3 phones, 2 playstations, one Ipad, and one cromecast.
2) The most interesting thing was how the information is sent through packets!
3) I would teach them about the way our internet send signals and how much it takes to recieve information to our computer.
My ISP is Verizon Fios. I have both a modem and a router. Connected to my router I have wireless wifi. Connected to my wifi I have a printer, 4 iPhones, 3 iPads, a PS4, a xBox 1 and an apple desktop. These are the things that make up my home network. One "OMG" moment I had was learning that there were firewalls inside of firewalls. For example, if you were a hacker and the thing you are trying to hack has multiple firewalls, it will be way harder to hack into the thing or site. If you are to have a ISP make sure you pick a ISP that has good quality for a good price.
1. Virgin Mobil
2. I have a router
3. Its wireless
4. The bill is $660 per year ($55 per month)
5. Its a small box
6. The things connected to the router is 3 phones, 2 laptops, 1 wireless printer, and 1 smart tv
Myah N McCoy 10/21/15
My internet provider is Verison. I have a modern router. I have a wireless printer, three iphones, one ipade, and three kindle fires all running under the same wifi. And this is my home network.
My internet is provided by Verizon Fios, we then have a modem/router. We have our computer connected via Ethernet cable. Then we have an iPad, 4 i Phones, a wireless printer, an xbox, and a smart tv. In this class I have learned the different between the World wide web, and the internet, and have been taught how to use canvas, which was EXTREMELY helpful. Something I could tell other people is to think about all the devices you have that are connected to the internet and make a drawing of it and how its connected to the internet.
My Local Area Network consists of a wired PC, two wireless laptops, four wireless smartphones, and a wireless printer.
One thing I learned that I found interesting was the difference between the World Wide Web and the Internet, which I use interchangeably.
I would tell other people that an ISP is very much like a Carrier that provides phone service, but instead provides internet connection. Having internet connection is also very costly, something that is often overlooked.
From the Internet, I have an ethernet cord that connects to my motem/router. From my motem/router an ethernet cord connects to my printer/scanner. The rest of the technology in my house is wireless. The other devices in my household include four iPhones, one Windows PC, two Chromebooks, and two tablets. I had an OMG moment when I realized there was an ethernet that connected to my motem/router at home that gave me Internet. This home network lesson taught me how specifically each of my devices connects to the Internet, whether it's via wire or wireless. I also learned that there are a lot more wireless devices in my house than devices connected by wires. You need to know what wire brings internet into your home or what cords connect to your motem/router in case you have future problems with your internet. This would help clear up whether you need a new wire or if the problem is on the ISP's end.
For my ILP I am going to be interning at the Central Library. I have not started this yet because I am a part of the girl's soccer team and we have games every Wednesday of this month, I have worked it out with the coordinate though, that I would start as soon as soccer season is over. I am so looking forward to beginning.
Our poster is on the third floor on the wall next to the water fountain.
Test your Quiz Bowl mettle:...
Question: Dick Leitsch claimed that many of this event's participants were homeless runaways denied admission by The Sewer and The Snake Pit. The Daily News ran a story headed “Queen Bees are Stinging Mad” after this event, which began after a (*) vice squad entered a Christopher Street bar and arrested those not wearing “gender-appropriate” clothing. For 10 points—name these 1969 riots considered the start of the gay rights movement.
Scroll to the bottom for the answer.
Thanks to the 15 students who came to our first Quiz Bowl meeting. We will be meeting every Monday in Mr. Enzweiler's classroom from 4-5pm. We will be putting together a team to compete at Penn's QuizBowl tournament onSaturday, December 5.
Join us next week!
Answer to the QuizBowl question above: Stonewall Riots
Artist's Statement goes here
Our poster is on the wall after the double doors on the third floor.
This unit expanded my interest on learning more about computers, their networks, and how they work. My Internet Service provider is Comcast. That I believe is the beginning of my network. My network includes a modem that is connected to my computer by an Ethernet cord. This Ethernet cord connects to a modem. Connected to the internet off of that modem are 3 IPhones, 2 Kindles, 1 computer, 1 wireless printer, 1 laptop, and 1 user. Which is me. In this class I learned that the world wide web and the internet were two different things. I also learned how to represent my internet router in a chart. I would tell other people to make their own homework because it is interesting to see how it looks in a 3D diagram.
My internet service provider is Verizon. My internet is connected to my modem/router by a fiber cable. The modem/router then sends off wifi signals to my SLA laptop and my iPhone. The modem/router also sends off wifi signals to our laptop, my sister's iPhone, my mom's iPhone, and my dad's iPhone. I learned that different internet service providers have different cables. I learned that when we search up something online, it goes through multiple steps, so depending on our internet, the search may come faster or slower. I also learned that I have a 2-in-1 device, because my modem and router are 1 device. I would tell other people to be cautious of copyright and what they're looking up because even though you may think you're not doing anything wrong, it could come back to get you.
All the devices connected to my internet is my phone, parents' phone, computer, and two laptops. I didn't know about the modem and router I thought we just had extra things for our computer to go fast so now I know the different and it's important to have them. I would tell other people that they need to know the difference between the modem, router and the wires importance just if they want to remove some things from their computer.
Julia Hood Blue Stream
1. There are many devices on my home network. There are three cell phones, three kindles, three computers, and one printer that are all wireless and a house phone that is wired.
2.I learned a lot about networks, before this I knew nothing about my home network and now I feel like I know a good amount. I did have an OMG moment, my OMG moment was when I realized that the internet has a lot more to it than I thought it did. I knew there was a lot to the internet but not that much.
3.I would tell people that they should research their isp and home network before they get it. Also I would tell them to teach the other people on their home network about it so that they all know how it works and they don't take it for granted like I used to.
My home network is different from others because all my family members use wifi. We don't have a router with Verizon. My LAN has lots of devices. It includes 9 phones, two computers, xbox and wii. I learned a lot about how the internet was created. I learned a lot about closed and open networks. Closed networks are what we still use today although it is getting closer everyday to an open network. I know that every network is different, but the process is the same because each company has there own signature processor with the internet.
- My service provider is Comcast. The internet is connected to my modem/router combo by a coax cable. Everything is wireless in my house so I have 3 phones, Wii, IPad, 2 laptops, PS 3, TV, and Apple TV.
- I learned that most of the things we have are wireless.
- They need to know how much their network is.
This is my home network. At my house, the internet connects to the modem router through a Fiber Cable. We have three laptops, three phones, two 3Ds's, and an Xbox connected through Wi-Fi. In this unit, I learned how networks work, such as how Wi-Fi comes into my house, how URLs are sent between websites, and so on. I would tell people that they should be grateful they even have internet and to learn how it works so if something goes wrong, they can fix it.
My internet service provider is Verizon. My ethernet is attached to a switch on my wall. My ethernet is attached to the modem router. My modem is attached to my Wifi block(verizon Fios). My wifi is connected to three I Phones, two I Pads, Two Kindles, and a Chrome Book and an Apple Computer. I learned a lot about my internet that I didn't know before I looked into it more. I learned how everything is connected and how it works even though there is usually no wire connecting to the devices. I learned more about how a fire wall works and how messages, e-mails, phone calls, etc go through the process of reaching one device to another. I would tell other people how complicated the process is in order for a single text message to go to one device to another.
In this unit I learned a lot about my home network and how networks work. My network includes a motem that connects to a wifi router with an ethernet cable. Off of that router there is an internet music player connected by a cable and through wifi there are 4 phones, 4 laptops, 2 ipads, 2 tablets, and a wifi extender. There is also a switch connected to the router which extends internet to an xbox, a desktop computer, and another wifi router for my dads office with a separate firewall. The switch also connects to another wifi router which connects to a printer connected through wifi. I learned a lot about how different things can connect and not connect. I learned about how a motem and wifi come into play for providing internet and wifi to a house. I would tell people that you can connect devices to a router either by using the wifi connection or through an ethernet or fiber cable.
This is my home network. Since my ISP is Verizon, my internet goes through a fiber cable to my modem/router. Through Wi-fi my internet goes to five computers, three tablets, a printer, a smart phone, and a Wii. That is my home network. I learned that there were so many things that had to happen before that page you clicked on could be revealed to your sight. The OMG moment was when we watched that corny video on the internet process. I would tell people that there is so much behind the scenes action to what happens when someone serfs the internet. To really understand the internet, you have to understand all that behind the scenes action first.