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network help needed, please answer.

Discussion in 'Network+' started by alih786, Jan 10, 2008.

  1. alih786

    alih786 Nibble Poster

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    compare the benefits network offer to communication and managing resources with non-networked alternatives. please explain in detail
     
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  2. greenbrucelee
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    I am sorry but we are not here to do your homework assignments for you.
     
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  3. alih786

    alih786 Nibble Poster

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    this is NOT a homework, i found this question online, i just like to knopw the answer.
     
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  4. greenbrucelee
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    this is quite obvious, think of what the internet is its a network think off all the things you can do on the internet there are lots of benefits.
     
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  5. mattwest

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    Ask the question politely and with a more friendly of appreciative nature and you may find yourself getting some more assistance from members here....

    Otherwise you'll have to fiind the answers out for yourself! Why not try that!?!
     
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  6. simongrahamuk
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    simongrahamuk Hmmmmmmm?

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    Why do you need to know the answer to this question?

    Providing as much information as possible when asking a question helps people to answer. simply providing a statement and expectig the answer to be given does not often help.

    Provide us with a context and we can provide you with a route to a solution.


    8)
     
  7. Rafek

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    well for one Ip phones run over the companys network allowing colleagues to talk to each other very cheaply compaired to using the standard BT lines, Also for external telephone calls the call will be cheaper as the call will run across the network up to the distribution switch then out into BT land reducing the cost of the call.

    Also if your network goes down....it means your phone will stop working so you don't have to make excuses to your customer when they call that your PC isn't working:tune
     
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  8. zebulebu

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    Oh - sorry about that. We all jump to conclusions from time to time. Tell you what, why don't you post a link to where you found the question 'online' - just so we can check like.
     
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  9. juice142

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    Here perhaps? :rolleyes:
     
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  10. Stoney

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    LOL! :biggrin
     
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  11. BosonMichael
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    ZING!!!

    Rep given.
     
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    I understand the temptation to offer sarcasm, given how the original poster has behaved, but doing so just reduces the rest of us to the same level. To quote the great philosopher "Thumper", if you don't have anything nice to say...". You don't *have* to respond to a thread if you find it offensive or objectionable. You can either ignore it, PM the poster to say that you find their comments objectionable, and/or report it to staff. Thanks.

    -Trip
     
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