Unit XI: ISP Simulation - Linux

Unit XI: ISP Simulation - Linux

ISP offers simulation services to help reduce the uncertainty involved in deciding how to approach production logging jobs, or to confirm whether DTS (Distributed Temperature Sensor) is going to be of value.

ISP Simulation - Linux

In this “ISP Simulation - Linux” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Introduction to ISP Simulation
  2. Production Logging Tools Selection
  3. Permanent Fiber Installation
  4. Integration of Servers
  5. Hub and Spoke Model
  6. Network-centric Bus Model
  7. DNS (Domain Name System)
  8. How does DNS work?
  9. Types of DNS Servers Involved in Loading a Webpage
  10. Types of DNS Queries
  11. Web History
  12. Types of Websites
  13. Email
  14. How To Send And Receive E-Mail?
  15. Writing An E-Mail

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BCA 7th Semester Linux Operating System Notes Pdf:

Unit I: Introduction Of Linux - Linux

Unit II: Basics Of Linux - Linux

Unit III: Installation Of Linux - Linux

Unit IV: System Administration - Linux

Unit V: User Management - Linux

Unit VI: Security And System Handling - Linux

Unit VII: Setting Up A Web Server - Linux

Unit VIII: Setting Up DHCP And NIS - Linux

Unit IX: Setting Up A MySQL Database Server - Linux

Unit X: Setting Up DNS Servers - Linux

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