Client/Server and Mainframe Systems Used in Telecommunication Systems Video


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What does the acronym P2P stand for in the context of computer network architecture?

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1. How many servers does a typical client/server network have?

2. Which of the following is the most accurate description of clients in a client/server architecture?

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Questions on this quiz will ask you to identify facts about the different types of computer network architecture available. Pick the most accurate answer to each question to complete the quiz.

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  • General types of computer networks
  • How many servers a client/server network usually has
  • Information about clients and the acronym P2P

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  • The simplest type of network architecture
  • Architecture used by local area networks
  • How mainframes are different from regular computers