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Welcome to Distributed Networks!
This website discusses Active Directory Administration, Advanced Unix Concepts, Unix Shell Programming, Shell Scripting, Linux Network Administration, Unix System Administration, and Network Security and Firewalls.


Active Directory Administration
Domain Forest Active Directory Logical Structure Active Directory Physical Structure  
Global Catalog Server
Advanced Unix Concepts
Advanced Unix Concepts - Glossary
File Management Unix Pattern Matching - Quiz Using Quotes Regular Expressions
Advanced Unix Shell Programming
Path variable in Unix Embedded Shell ForLoop C Shell Settings
Basic Unix Shell Scripts
Basic Unix Shell Scripts - Glossary
Interpreted versus Compiled - Programs Regular Expression - Quiz
Dhcp - Tcpip
DHCP - TCPIP - Glossary
Networking Windows 2000
Installing Windows2000 - Glossary
Windows Server Licensing Using Hardware Profiles
Internet Proxy Server
Internet-Proxy-Server - Glossary
Linux Network Administration
Linux Network Administration - Glossary
Address Resolution Protocol Check Status Port Mapper Process Iterative Concurrent Servers  
Linux Unix Network Administration  
Linux Unix Network Administration - Glossary
Examining DNS - Quiz nslookup Read Resource Records
Linux Unix System Administration
Linux System Administration - Glossary
System Administration - Quiz
Network Security Firewalls
Network Security Firewalls - Glossary
TCP /IP Responsibilities Critical Security Elements Physical Authentication IP Datagrams
Transport Layer TCP/UDP
 

Distributed sensor networks are a new fast developing technology that promises to revolutionize our ability to sense environments, natural and social, over unprecedented spatial and temporal scales.
Creating autonomous, collaborative, and robust computation across a large set of small computing devices.
Distributed Networks pushes to the limit current models of
  1. artificial intelligence,
  2. machine learning,
  3. control theory,
  4. decision theory, and
  5. distributed computing.
It also brings to the forefront current topics of research that connect the form and function of complex networks.

A distributed network is a type of computer network that is spread over different networks. This provides a single data communication network, which can be managed jointly or separately by each network. Besides shared communication within the network, a distributed network often also distributes processing.
Distributed networks are part of a distributed computing architecture in which enterprise IT infrastructure resources are divided over a number of networks, processors and intermediary devices. A distributed network is powered by network management software, which manages and monitors data routing, combining and allocating network bandwidth, access control and other core networking processes.
1) Distributed networks and 2) processing work together to deliver specialized applications to different remote users. This means that an application may be hosted and executed from a single machine but accessed by many others. A client/server computing architecture is an example of a distributed network where the server is the producer of a resource and many interconnected remote users are the consumers who access the application from different networks.


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