Introduction to Networking Telecommunication Management:
The paper is about networking and telecommunication management. The success of field involving telecommunication and it is due to effective management system. In this paper we deal with strengths and limitations involved in telecommunications management system.
Telecommunication management is responsible for managing networks and services. It provides various functions related to operations, maintenance, performance and security.
A network is a collection of computers, hardware which allows user to share information or resources. The need of networking has improved in today’s world. The network is used by every commercial office for resources. It connects users from all locations.
There are three types of networks private: It is owned by one firm for all its needs and this network is not accessed by all. Public: It is a network which is offered for free. And this public network can be accessed within the country. International: It is a collection of both public and private networks connected to one other internationally. An example for this is internet which is used to connect all networks.
Networks are classified depending on coverage is LAN: this network is located in a small geographical area. It is most commonly used network.
The types of network topologies are Bus network: computers are connected by cable. The cable is called as bus. The connection should be disconnected from both sides. Ring network: it is a bus network connected at both ends. Star network: is a network where a machine is connected to central machine called server.
The paper is about networking, the various topologies of networks and the types of networks divided based on coverage. And also security implementation is also provided.
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