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Jaringan Komputer Lanjut
Cakupan Materi Physical Layer Ethernet Wireless LAN Transmisi Digital Internet Protocol Circuit Switching Packet Switching
Physical Layer Media transmisi dalam jaringan Jenis: ◦ Twisted pair ◦ Coaxial ◦ Fiber optic ◦ Wireless
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Wireless LAN Standar WLAN Divais yang digunakan Istilah-istilah teknologi wireless: ◦ SSID ◦ Beacon ◦ Probe ◦ Channel Security
Transmisi Digital Konsep transmisi Sinyal digital ◦ Sampling ◦ Quantisizing ◦ Coding Resource sharing mechanism
Internet Protocol Protocol pada layer 3 Sifat IP Istilah-istilah pengalamatan: ◦ Network portion ◦ Host portion ◦ Subnet mask ◦ Host address ◦ Network address ◦ Broadcast address
Internet Protocol Bagian-bagian IP: ◦ Fragment offset ◦ Time to live ◦ Checksum ◦ Address Konsep subnetting CIDR subnetting
Circuit Switching Sifat circuit switch Konsep kerja: ◦ Circuit establishment ◦ Data transfer ◦ Circuit disconnect Jenis circuit switch: ◦ Space division ◦ Time division
Packet Switching Sifat packet switch: ◦ Connectionless ◦ Connection-oriented Konsep kerja packet switch Static routing vs dynamic routing
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