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All the pieces work together with a set of rules to get you to work in one piece every day. If any one of them is on the fritz, wham! Telephone pole patrol all over again. The same holds true for networks. Many pieces work together to provide network communication. If any piece fails, the network fails to pass information. Page 14 This chapter covers two fundamental pieces of all networks; lets use the ride to work analogy to introduce them: The road The road is the foundation upon which all other things operate.

The information provided is on an as is basis. The authors and the publisher shall have neither liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss or damages arising from the information contained in this book. Associate Publisher Greg Wiegand Executive Editor Christopher A. Will Acquisitions Editor Tracy Williams Development Editor Kate Shoup Welsh Managing Editor Lisa Wilson Project Editor Carol Bowers Copy Editor Geneil Breeze Indexer Erika Millen Proofreader Gene Redding Illustrator Judd Winnick Technical Editor Jim Cooper Cover Designer Mike Freeland Interior Designer Nathan Clement Production Brandon Allen Stacey Richwine-DeRome Timothy Osborn Staci Somers Page iii CONTENTS AT A GLANCE Part 1 Introduction to Home Area Networking 5 1 Beginning at the Beginning: What Is a Home Network?

Why not add one large hard drive to the computer of your choice and share that space with everyone else? Do you really need more than one modem? Not if you have one connected to your home network. Sharing one fast modem between a few computers will always be cheaper and easier than outfitting each computer with its own modem and phone line. Page 9 Every Gadget Is a Networked Gadget Computer users have spent the last 10 years figuring out what software makes their lives easier and more enjoyable.

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