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Part VII: Appendixes > Answers for Hour 13

Answers for Hour 13

Quiz Answers

1: What is the difference between a local network and the Internet?
A1: A network is a group of locally wired computers that share files and printers. The Internet is a loosely connected set of computers worldwide that share files and access of a limited nature.
2: Which kind of physical network connection is the easiest to install?
A2: A wireless networking connection is by far the easiest to install.
3: Which network connection generally provides the fastest connection speed?
A3: The Ethernet connection provides the fastest speed of the typical network connections.
4: True or false: If you have an Internet connection, all of the computers on the network can share the Internet connection.
A4: True. Windows XP's Internet Connection Sharing system makes sharing a single PC's Internet connection simple.
5: What is tunneling?
A5: Tunneling refers to the access of your network or an online PC from a remote location.


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