Networks & The Internet
Networking is big business today. If your not hooked up to the Internet (The biggest network of them all), then you're left behind.
The guides and tutorials below help explain some of the complexities behind the Internet, and networking in general.
The Internet is a very big place. This section covers all things technical, ranging from the popular OSI model used in modern networking,
to various aspects of TCP\IP - the core of todays modern Internet usage. You can also find some useful articles on connecting small home\offices
to the Internet via various providers in the UK.
The Internet changes every day, but in the last few years has it gone from a very unpredictable technical mystery, into a large money grabbing
lawsuit of a product. Here you'll find information on Web 2.0, E-Commerce and other aspects relating to how difficult the Internet is getting.
Almost every home has the Internet now, and the vast majority usually have more then one PC. In order to get more then one PC connected to the Internet,
you need a LAN. This section covers all things Home LAN's and helps you understand the inner-workings of home routers, wireless and direct connections
to the net. We've also thrown in some NAT related stuff.
Ever wondered how email gets from A to B? Or why there is so much spam email involved? These articles cover all things electronic mail, as well as
highlighting one of the more well known sides of the Internet - the World Wide Web. If you're not sure of the differences, take a look.