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Top priorities about Internet


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Sup peoples

Iím doing a research on how internet works! I would like to know the top priorities about internet.

Thanks

Nz
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Top priorities?

A server and a client :whistling:.

Do you mean websites or usage, etc?
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yah, you are going to have to supply us with a whole lot more information. Your request is cryptic at best.
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Like what do i need to have before i could connect to the Internet?

Cheers

Nz

Edited by NEW ZEALAND, 19 June 2007 - 04:58 AM.

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You are posting on an internet forum. It appears to me that you are already connected to the internet.

What am I missing here? Is this a riddle?
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You are posting on an internet forum. It appears to me that you are already connected to the internet.

What am I missing here? Is this a riddle?

lol.

Get a Computer, Get a router with a built in modem, plug in Ethernet/WLAN and off you go.

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having a clue might help....brains are usefull too (though looking at the majority of the content on the internet neither of these is an actual requirement)
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Either NEW ZEALAND has worded this really bad or this is the funniest thing I have seen for a while.

NEW ZEALAND are you talking about setting up a web site?
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Not supposed to be funny... =.=

Like I know that you need IP/TCP to run internet, also a server. But I donít know the rest of important staff about internet! Do you see were am going now? Like what do you need to connect to internet? For get about wires and the actual computer. Just the Internet... You know?

The reason am asking you guys is because I donít wonít to talk about the whole actual internet because itís just to long! I would like to talk about those SPECIFIC parts.

:whistling: Sorry for being so confusing...

Nz

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The internet is a bunch of computers all wired together. But you don't want to talk about the wires or computers so what do you want to talk about?
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Like the actual Internet...

What do you need to be able to use internet.

You need a lan card
TCP/IP

and what else?

Cheers

Nz
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Internet service provider, modem, and computer.

I don't see what you mean by the "actual Internet", are some parts no actual what ever that means?

Edited by Michael, 19 June 2007 - 07:34 PM.

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So you saying that i need

lan card
TCP/IP
Internet service provider
modem
computer

Thats all?
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For get the TCP/IP. Saying you need that is like saying you need a street address when you buy a house.

But what else would you need? A card in the computer, card connects to modem, modem collects to a wall socket of some sort that connects to an Internet service provider that connects to all the other computers the make up the internet.
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Lol you still dont get me =.=

like for get about Computer part

More into Internet lol...Like that TCP/IP, and service

ahhhhhh

I give up.... :whistling:
Dont know how much more detail i can tell...

Thanks for trying to help Michael and Everyone

Cheers

Nz
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