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1) Telephone networks fundamentally different from computer networks. 2) Increasingly, voice,

Question : 1) Telephone networks fundamentally different from computer networks. 2) Increasingly, voice, : 1927953

1) Telephone networks are fundamentally different from computer networks.

2) Increasingly, voice, video, and data communications are all based on Internet technology.

3) To create a computer network, you must have at least two computers.

4) An NOS must reside on a dedicated server computer in order to manage a network.

5) A hub is a networking device that connects network components and is used to filter and forward data to specified destinations on the network.

6) In a client/server network, a network server provides every connected client with an address so it can be found by others on the network.

7) Central large mainframe computing has largely replaced client/server computing.

8) Circuit switching makes much more efficient use of the communications capacity of a network than does packet switching.

9) Mobile search makes up 15% of all Internet searches.

10) Two computers using TCP/IP can communicate even if they are based on different hardware and software platforms.

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