Internet Technology: The Internet

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Internet Technology: The Internet by Mind Map: Internet Technology: The Internet

1. Types of Internet Connection

1.1. Dial-Up

1.1.1. Advantages Security Included inexpensive hardware Ease of setup and use Widespread availability

1.1.2. Disadvantages Slow connection speed Inconvenience Telephone line tied up while accessing the Internet

1.2. Broadband

1.2.1. Types DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) FTTP (Fibre to the Premises) Fixed wireless Cellular radio network Cable Internet service Wi-Fi Satellite Internet Service

1.3. Dial-up VS Broadband

1.3.1. DIAL-UP Slow-speed PC has to dial via phone line to connect

1.3.2. BROADBAND High speed connection PC continually connected to the Internet (always on connection)

2. ISP (Internet Service Provider)

2.1. Responsibilities

2.1.1. Provude & maintain connnection to Internet

2.1.2. Support hardware & software needed to service the connection

2.1.3. Protect site & network from external threats

2.1.4. Provide 24-hour customer service & technical support

2.2. Example

2.2.1. TMNet

2.2.2. Maxis

2.2.3. Celcom

2.2.4. Packet One Network

3. Internet Adress

3.1. Internet Protocal (IP)

3.2. IP adress

3.2.1. A unique number that identify each computer/ device connected to the Internet

3.2.2. Unique 32-bit number assigned to network devices that use IP

3.3. Type

3.3.1. IPv4 4 group number separated by periods 1st portionL: identify network Last portion: Identify specific computer Number is between 0-255

3.3.2. IPv6 8 groups Hexadecimal number Separated by clolons Uses 128 bits adresses

4. World Wide Web

4.1. Web Page

4.1.1. Electronic document on the Web that contain text, graphics and animations.

4.2. Web Browser

4.2.1. Application software that allows users to access Web Pages

4.2.2. Support tabbed browsing

4.3. Home Page

4.3.1. First page that a Web site displays

4.3.2. Downloading Process of receiving information

4.3.3. Uploading Process of transferring documents, graphics

5. Navigating Web Pages

5.1. Hypertext

5.1.1. Links in text-based documents

5.2. Hypermedia

5.2.1. Combines text-based links with graphic, audio, video links

5.3. Surfing the web

5.3.1. Activity of using links to explore the web

5.4. Tabbed browsing

5.4.1. Allows open and view multiple Web pages ina single Web browser window

6. Internet

6.1. Definition

6.1.1. Worldwide collection of networjs that links millions of businesses, government agencies and individuals.

7. Advantages

7.1. Accessibility

7.2. Storage

7.3. Online activity

8. Disadvantages

8.1. Violatiion of privacy

8.2. Public safety

8.3. Health risks

9. Networks

9.1. Intranet

9.1.1. Internal network that uses Internet technologies

9.2. Extranet

9.2.1. Portion of company's network that allows customers or suppliers to access part of its intranet

10. Domain name

10.1. Text version of an IP adress

10.2. TLD (top-level domain)

10.2.1. Last section of the domain name

10.2.2. Example biz- business edu- educational gov- government agencies net- network provider/ commercial companies org- nonprofit organizations

10.3. ccTLD (Country Code Top-level Domain

10.3.1. Example my- Malaysia au- Australia sg- Singapore

11. Web Adress

11.1. http://

11.1.1. Hypertext Transfer Protocol

11.2. https://

11.2.1. Protocol for secured web pages

11.3. ftp://

11.3.1. FTP- File Transfer Protocol

12. Web searching

12.1. Search engine

12.1.1. Software use to find websites, web pages & other information related to a specific topic

12.2. Subject directory

12.2.1. Classifies Web pages ina norganized set of categories such as sports

12.3. Search Engine (Keyword search)

12.3.1. Require enter a word/ phrase, called search text or search query

13. Internet Services

13.1. E-mail

13.1.1. Unique name consists of a user name and domai name

13.2. Instant Messaging (IM)

13.2.1. Real time Internet conversation with another connected user

13.3. VoIP

13.3.1. Enables user to speak to other users over the Internet

13.4. Message Boards

13.4.1. Type of discussion group

13.4.2. Newsgroup Online area where users discuss a particukar subject

13.5. FTP

13.6. WWW