Data Flow on the Internet

Learners read an explanation, in non-technical terms, of how the content of a data file is broken into packets and transmitted over the Internet to a destination computer.

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Great visual explanation of the material. I just wish that I had these when I took Networking class. Thank you for reinforcing my knowledge.

Posted by april mitchell on 9/20/2008 12:00:00 AM Reply
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