Quiz LibraryHow the Internet Works in 4 Minutes | Animation Video
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Concepts covered:Internet infrastructure, Fiber optic cables, IP addresses, DNS technology, Data transfer
The internet works through fiber optic cables that span the globe, connecting data centers to users via unique IP addresses and DNS technology, enabling data transfer through light pulses and electrical signals.
Table of Contents1.Unveiling the Internet's Origin and Infrastructure2.Understanding Internet Connectivity
Unveiling the Internet's Origin and Infrastructure
Concepts covered:Internet infrastructure, Fiber optic cables, Data transmission network, Global connectivity, Data centers
The internet's data transmission is facilitated by a complex network of fiber optic cables that span the globe, connecting data centers to users through landing stations on ocean shores. This intricate system ensures efficient data transfer despite the vast distances involved.
Question 1
How is internet data primarily transmitted globally?
Question 2
What device receives internet via cable or Wi-Fi?
Question 3
Why are undersea cables very thick?
Question 4
Where is online video content typically stored?
Understanding Internet Connectivity
Concepts covered:IP address, DNS, Data transfer, Fiber optic cable, Internet connectivity
The chapter explains how every device on the internet is identified by a unique IP address, including servers and personal devices like phones and laptops. It delves into the role of DNS in associating domain names with IP addresses, enabling easier access for users.
Question 5
What converts data into light pulses for transmission?
Question 6
How does DNS simplify internet usage?
Question 7
What is the purpose of an IP address?
Question 8
How is internet delivered via mobile data?

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