Primary School Setting, Local Area Network, LAN, data communication network, computers, printer, wireless, LAN technologies
Local Area Networking technologies utilizes the concept of Local Area Network (LAN), which refers to the data communication network that connects computers, terminals, and printers in a building or within geographically limited areas. Wireless links or wired cables could be used to connect devices within a LAN. Examples of LAN technologies include Token Ring, Ethernet, and Wireless LAN through IEEE 802.11. This paper looks into the Local Area Technologies with regard to a primary school setting. In this regard, a specific networking technology is utilized to give a clear insight into the best way of having the primary school's networking devices connected in the most effective way possible.
[...] Since each tablet will have Wi-Fi capabilities, there will be no need for wired networking capabilities. With the use of the traffic engineering technology, the tablets will be able to receive video streaming material for foreign language lessons. Traffic Engineering is an aspect of networking that entails optimizing the performance of the computers through capacity utilization. In this regard, overutilization on the pupils' capacities over other capacities would be reduced. The traffic engineering technology will cover measurement, management of the design, modelling, and management, as well as the control of different applications within the network. [...]
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[...] Such a constrained system will ensure that data packets are switched along the corresponding networks. Therefore the bottom up approach will work effectively in connecting primary school computers in classrooms, staffrooms and computer labs with network security enabled Task Cable and Wireless Distribution System as Appropriate LAN Infrastructure With respect to the material described in Part Cable Distribution System will be an appropriate LAN infrastructure for the primary school specifically for linking personal computers within the primary school within staff offices and computer labs. [...]
[...] This system will be made efficient to produce the sufficient services to the client by deploying modem or a router. A dedicated server will be provided to the connection in order to facilitate internet filtering, proxy caching and web caching (Erikson & Markuson p. 21) Products for the Cable Distribution and Wireless Distribution Infrastructure Devices/Systems Various products are applicable for the Cable Distribution and Wireless Distribution Infrastructures. For the Wireless Distribution System, one of the usable products is the D-Link product. [...]
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