Working with Remote Servers and Networks
Chances are you connect to remote servers and networks every day without really thinking about it. When you open your favorite web browser to read the news, check the weather, or catch up on the blogosphere, you’re sending out packets of information requesting data. Those packets adhere to a particular protocol, in this case the Hypertext Transfer Protocol, and they traverse networks around the globe seeking the particular port at the particular address of the particular server that has your requested content.
KeywordsRemote Server File Sharing System Preference File Transfer Protocol Secure Socket Layer
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