Understanding How the Internet Works

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Understanding How the Internet Works

In the year 2021, just under half of all adults said that they used the internet; however in 2021, that figure jumped to eighty-three percent. From the simple question that got you all excited in the first place; how does the internet actually work? It’s a computer, and that is really all that it is. Websites provide information, which links people to other sites (such as an online store) and so on.

There are many ways that people get online these days. One way, which many people do not think about when they first talk about the internet, is through a wireless internet access network. Wireless internet access networks are networks around the house that are connected to different networks via wifi hotspots. In other words, instead of having one large computer in your home connected via a dial-up connection, you instead have a laptop, printer, and web pages on your desktop connected to the internet. This is called a Wi-Fi network.

Wi-Fi is getting more popular as wireless internet connections become more commonplace. However, some older people may not have wires available in their homes, or their homes may be too wired-up to support wireless internet connections. In this case, you will need something like a USB modem to connect your laptop to the web. Some laptops come with built-in modems, but if yours does not, you can buy one online or get one installed by your internet service provider (ISP).

The way the Internet actually works is through packets. Packets are the information sent across the Internet from their source to their destination in what is called a packet. The number of packets going in each direction is called a IP packet count. This number tells you roughly how many individuals can view the internet at the same time.

There are four types of networks that make up the World Wide Web: general packet sniffing (GGP), stateful address resolution protocol (SADP), private networks, and IP networks. General packet sniffing allows someone to “read” the data being sent by other computers. Stateful address resolution protocol broadcasts an address request to all other computers on the networks in turn. IP networks work on a similar principle, but allow for much greater distances and times.

The hypertext transfer protocol internet exchange (HTTPS) is the foundation for the Internet. This is a secure method of allowing people to share and read information on the Internet. Allowing people to exchange information allows you to save a tremendous amount of money on international travel, since you do not have to pay expensive international phone charges to talk to somebody overseas. Also, when you are shopping online and have to use the credit card to make the purchase, you are able to see what your total purchases are and can easily keep track of them. The Worldwide Computer Network is the largest collection of the different networks that make up the Internet. By using one or more of these networks, you are able to get connected to the world wide web anywhere in the world you are.

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