Ethernet Delivers the Internet
This movie explains the way IP Packets are encapsulated inside Ethernet frames, permitting use of Ethernet interfaces for Internet access.
Most home networks or small offices use DSL or Cable "modems" to interface with the worldwide Internet. This access is purchased from an "Internet Service Provider", who supplies a primitive router that delivers Internet information through an Ethernet interface. This 11-minute video uses narrated animations, movies, diagrams, and text to show how Internet Protocol Packets are "Encapsulated" inside Ethernet frames for delivery to a local Ethernet. View this movie prior to purchasing equipment allowing you to share a single Internet Address with multiple computers.
This movie continues building an excellent foundation and
introduction for anybody that wants to know how their Local Area Network
works, and for people studying to learn the most basic concepts needed
to pass any of these certification exams:
This video is no longer available by itself for purchase, but it is available as a component of our "Networking Fundamentals DVD".
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