Lab 9 – Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networks: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to reaffirm our knowledge of creating TCP/IP networks by testing to see if we could fix problems introduced in them. Equipment list: The equipment needed for this lab was the same as with the first TCP/IP lab. A number of computers, a few switches, and a couple ofContinue reading “Lab 9 – Troubleshooting TCP/IP Networks: Report”

Lab 1 – Setting up a website: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to learn how to create our own website for future purposes. Equipment list: The equipment needed for this lab is a computer and access to WordPress. Notes and Observations: As the title suggests, the goal of this lab was to set up my own website. I was ableContinue reading “Lab 1 – Setting up a website: Report”

Lab 8 – Web and FTP Servers: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to learn more about how servers work by making one run on our own devices. Equipment list: The equipment needed for this lab included a computer, XAMPP software, Notepad++ software, and FileZilla software. Notes and Observations: To start out the lab, I downloaded the XAMPP software and usedContinue reading “Lab 8 – Web and FTP Servers: Report”

Lab 7- Packet Surfing with Wireshark: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to learn more about how information is sent through the network by using Wireshark to observe the transfer of data. Equipment list: The equipment needed for this lab was simple, the Wireshark software (and obviously a computer to run it on). Notes and Observations: In this lab, weContinue reading “Lab 7- Packet Surfing with Wireshark: Report”

Lab 6-TCP/IP Networking: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to further our understanding of how networks operate by constructing our own. Equipment list: The equipment needed for this lab included multiple PCs with network capabilities, standard CAT5 network cables, two network switches, and a network router. Notes and Observations: Upon arriving at the lab, the participants wereContinue reading “Lab 6-TCP/IP Networking: Report”

Lab 5-Editing Video: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to learn how to use video editing software to format information in a concise and modern form. Equipment list: The equipment for this lab included a standard computer, and Sony Vegas video editing software. Notes and Observations: This lab began by Dr. Genereux introducing the class to theContinue reading “Lab 5-Editing Video: Report”

Lab 4 – Structured Cabling

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to further my knowledge on patch cables and to learn how to assemble and repair them should the need arise. Equipment list: The equipment used for this lab was a crimp tool, a wire cutter, a cable insulation stripper, a roughly three foot CAT5 UTP, two RJ-45 connectors,Continue reading “Lab 4 – Structured Cabling”

Lab 3 Computer Hardware: Report

Objectives: The objective of this lab was to further my knowledge of what goes on inside the computers that are used everyday, and to find out how they can be safely assembled and disassembled. Equipment list: The equipment used was an old decommissioned PC, and simple toolkit, as well as the old computing equipment scatteredContinue reading “Lab 3 Computer Hardware: Report”

Annotated Bibliography

Computer history Museum. (n.d.). Retrieved February 7, 2021, from https://www.computerhistory.org/revolution/birth-of-the-computer/4/78 This source is part of The Computer History Museum and is more of an exhibit than a traditional article. An advantage of this source is a list of photographs from the project as well as detailed explanations as to what each are. A source likeContinue reading “Annotated Bibliography”

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