Religions Question? Computer Question?

Hi everyone!

I will be on and off the boards over the next few days. I have been sick for about a week now and just bouncing back. Sorry if I miss your questions - I'll do the best I can til I'm 100%.

I think I saw all the questions out there and got to them that were not answered. If I missed any, reply to this thread (will be the first one I look for) and I'll go back and answer them. Sorry for the delays.

Matt

Matt, you checked my answers on page 3 yesterday, and my roommate seems to disagree with you on these questions:

You are the network administrator for a company that has a single office in Atlanta, Georga. The office consists of
15 floors of a skyscraper downtown.
The company network would thus be labeled as a:

A. MAN
B. HAN
C. WAN
D. LAN

You say its a LAN, my roommate says its
a WAN. Help,I am confused.

She said you were wrong on question 4,

Every Friday, you and your classmates meet at the school library to study.
All of yu bring your laptop computers running Windows XP and create a basic network amongst yourselves so that you can share notes and information.
This is an example of a:

A. peer-to-peer network
B. VoIP network
C. client-server
D. star topology

You said its a client-server network,she says its a peer-to-peer.

Go back to page 3 or 4 and please look at the questions again.
She says you are also wrong on question 5, you say it is a Node, she says its
a Star.

I Am confused. Please help!

For #4, I did not say it was a client-server network. Here's what I said:

"4) Correct. You are all plugging your computer into a switch or a hub and that would constitute a star topology."

Someone asked (assume it's the person) about Star vs. Node. Read a few questions up on this one where I replied.

A WAN:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wide_area_network

A LAN:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Local_area_network

The roomate can disagree, but I'd love to know the sources :)

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