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This is an introductory course in Data Communication and Computer Networks. The course is designed with objectives: Provide solid foundation in the field of data communication and computer networks, give practical experience on networks and networking devices, introduce the cutting edge technologies. This assignment main points are: Classification, Computer, Networking, Protocols, Wired, Wireless, Tcp, Ip, Design, Peer, Client, Server

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