What is the Internet?
- It is a network based on Ethernet technology.
- It provides network access for mobile devices.
- It provides connections through interconnected global networks.
- It is a private network for an organization with LAN and WAN connections.
Explanation: The Internet provides global connections that enable networked devices (workstations and mobile devices) with different network technologies, such as Ethernet, DSL/cable, and serial connections, to communicate. A private network for an organization with LAN and WAN connections is an intranet.
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What is the internet?
- the type of physical media used by computers to access the World Wide Web
- a network of networks
- an application used to access the World Wide Web
- a small isolated internal network of a company
Explanation: The internet is essentially a network of networks. Each user connects to the internet by using a physical cable or through wireless media. Underneath this network of networks lies a very real backbone of connections that bring the world to personal computing devices.
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