need some tutorial on networking

Gbt / Awrdacpi
April 14, 2009 at 05:13:22
Specs: Windows XP, pentium 2, 384
Dear Friends,

I have an old computer, Pentium2 speed 350, i run win xp package I, I hooked up with broadband ADSL1

I need to know more about networking, ex: tutorial on P2P networking, TCP/IP and more about networking.

do u have any tutorials on this topic, pls??!!!


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April 14, 2009 at 06:25:26
Google would be your best bet for any tutorials....especially with P2P. Check out some of the P2P sites and visit their forums to learn what they require as each has it's own set of restrictions for downloading and uploading.
In my opinion though, that old slow computer will cause you more headache than what it is worth. As most full files are broken into smaller files and each smaller file is uploaded through different computers, you could be waiting a week or more to get the whole file downloaded.....running 24 hours a day!

For most networking such as home and office there is great information already installed in the search /help in your computer with tutorials. For a more elaborate tutorial than what is shown there are a lot of free teaching programs online.

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April 14, 2009 at 08:53:13
Overall speed of a download (and thus data/file transfer) is more dependant on the actual network link (it's quality - network cards, routers, switches etc.; nature and quality of actual connecting media - copper/fibre-optic...; and the network protocol(s) used) - rather than the PC involved at either end...? - is a good starting point... - and dig your way around the various sub-heading/topics on the left for excellent tutorials... - likewise dig around there...

and (as suggested by"lurks....") Google will bring you many more - incl the above...) I used the search term/string:

network tutorial

to find one or two (above) that I know of - but couldn't be sure of exact address...

Overall there are excellent tutorials galore "out there (Scully)" for the browsing etc...

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