You’d be hard pressed to find a home or small office router that isn’t using Network Address Translation (NAT). NAT provides some amazing benefits but also has some serious limitations.
is to get information. … In order to get information, … that is going to require us to use some kind of program, … which we generically call a client, … to access something that we generically call a server. … Now, let's use probably the most common example there is, … just opening up your web browser and going someplace. … Your web browser … This computer is running server software. … Now, it's not Edge … or Firefox or Chrome, … this type of software has names … like, for example, IIS or Apache. … In fact, here let me show you a picture of IIS in action. … It's pretty boring, right? … But what's really happening is that computer … is running software that's waiting for you. … It's listening for you to come in and send a request … and stored on that server are the web pages … that whatever the people who designed www.totalsem.com … or www.google.com set up, … and those will then be handed to you, … so you have a communication … between a web browser and a web server. … Everything on the Internet is a client and a server. …
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- How TCP and IP work together
- Special IP addresses
- Port numbers
- Working with DNS
- Basic and advanced router configuration
- Troubleshooting networks
- Connecting to a Wi-Fi network
- Repairing wireless connections