Networking 101: Served Right @ TechSpot

By on September 19, 2003, 3:04 AM
In the last few years networking has turned into a more attractive market for the average end-user, sharing files or broadband over a network is nothing new, however accessibility to these has improved considerably, indeed, an even more drastic change has been seen with the wide adoption of wireless technologies.


Over the course of the weeks and months to come, we will attempt to explain and educate you about what the great world of networking is all about. At the same time we are glad to welcome Curtis MacAulay who will be joining TSí editorial staff as our new Networking specialist.

This first article is meant to be served right as an introduction to networking.

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poertner_1274 said:
Good idea Julio. I think networking guides are a good idea. Especially simple easy to understand ones. Keep it up :)
curtis said:
i'm starting on new articles already and hope to get some product reviews out to you!
StormBringer said:
Very useful and needed addtition to TS, great job as always!
Vehementi said:
I very much like the article, nice job curtis.
XtR-X said:
This info may have been useful before I signed up for Cisco. ;)
young&wild said:
[quote][i]Originally posted by XtR-X [/i]This info may have been useful before I signed up for Cisco. ;) [/quote] Perhaps this article might be useful to refresh your memory about basic networking ;). Heheh...BTW...that some good stuff you wrote, Curtis.
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