MBA 1st Year Network And Internet Very Short Questions Answers Notes Study Material Notes Sample Papers Notes Unit Wise Syllabus Notes
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Q.1. What is meant by networking?
Ans. Like any network, a network of computer is an arrangement that enables two or more computers to communicate to each other. Network of computer means linking of computers through some kind of communication links, besides the connecting media, some software is also required to make the hardware or computers to communicate with each other. This is also to be ensured that the information between the linked computers is exchanged without any loss of information or distortion.
Q.2. What is extranet?
Ans. Extranet is a network that links some of the Internet resources of a company with other organisations and individuals, For example, extranet enables customers, suppliers, sub-contractors, consultants and others to access selected intranet websites and other company database. Organisations can establish private extranet among themselves or use the Internet as part of the network connections between them.
Q.3. Write a note on ‘Netiquette.’
Ans. Netiquette is an ‘etiquette on the Internet. The need for a sense of netiquette arises mostly when sending or distributing e-mail, posting on usenet groups or chatting. This practice depends on understanding how e-mail, the usenet or chatting actually work.
Q.4. What are the disadvantages of mesh topology?
Ans. The disadvantages of mesh topology are:
1. A good amount of cabling and the number of 10 ports are required.
2. As every device is connected to every device installation, reconfiguration in mesh topology is
3. It is very expensive than other topologies.
Q.5. What is peer to peer network?
Ans. A peer to peer network is one which lacks a dedicated server and every computer acts as both a client and a server. This is a good networking solution when there are 10 or less users that are in close proximity to each other. It is only recommended in situation where security is not an issue.
Q.6. Give the basic components of a traditional communication system.
Ans. The basic components of a traditional communication system are as follows:
3. Communication processors,
4. Host computer.
Q.7. What is internet?
Ans, Internet is a computer network made up of thousands of networks world wide. It is a system of connected computers that allows your desktop of computers to exchange data, messages and files with any of the millions of other computers with connection to the Internet. No one knows exactly how many computers are connected to the Internet. It is certain however, that these number in the millions are increasing rapidly,
Q.8. What are the disadvantages of Internet?
Ans. The disadvantages of Internet are as follows:
1. It may distribute unreliable and unchecked information.
2. It may spread hate,
3. It may threat national security.
4. It may separate and isolate people as these persons may spend their all time on Internet
instead of interacting people face-to-face.
5. It may enable frauds.
6. It may enable piracy and sobotage.
7. It may carry unrestricted pornography.
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Q.9. Wilte the steps to download a web page.
Ans. The steps to download a web page are:
1. Click on File/Save As (top left of screen): A pop up window will appear.
2. To save in, choose the desired drive.
3. File/Save As Type. Make sure you save the page to the file type that will be useful to you. If you save the page as web page, you will need a web browser or HTML editor to view it. A text file (text) can be viewed in a word processing program such as word or word perfect.
4. Click on Save.
Q.10. Give the format to print selected pages.
Ans. The format to print selected pages includes the following steps:
1. Click on File/Print Preview (top left of screen).
2. Click through the pages using the navigation arrows and make a note of which pages you want to print.
3. Click on print (top left of screen).
4. Click on the circle next to ‘Pages!
5. Type in the pages separate by commas, e.g. 1.
6. To print the page displayed in the print preview window, choose Current Page.
7. Click on OK.
Q.11. Define the term search engine.
Ans. A search engine is a service that indexes, organises and often rates and reviews websites. It helps you to find the links where you can find your specific keyword. Different search engines work in different ways.
Q.12. What is meant by MetaCrawler?
Ans. Rather than keeping its own database of websites, MetaCrawler conducts your search simultaneously on several search engines including Excite, Infoseek, Lycos and Yahoo! This takes a little longer than using just one search engine but it is likely to yield a more comprehensive set of results.
Q.13. What is a WebCrawler?
Ans. A WebCrawler (sometimes called a spider) is an automated search engine. When someone submits a resource (website) to the search engines, it sends a small but powerful program back to the site of the submission which scans the site for more resources. If it finds additional resources, it catalogues them as well as the original resources. For example, locating information on a search engine is the tendency to catalogue too much information.
Q.14. Write a short note on IP Address.
Ans. Each host computer on the Internet has a unique number called its IP Address. IP Address has me lo mal .XXX.XXX.XXX, where each XXX is a number from 0 to 225. IP Address identifies the host computers, so that pockets of information reach to the correct computer. If you connect to the Internet by using a dial-up account, your ISP assigns your computer on IP Address each time when you connect. This system enables your ISP’s to get along the fewer IP Addresses because it needs only enough IP Addresses for the number of users who are connected simultaneously as opposed to assigning a permanent IP Address to each customer of the ISP.