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Edexcel Diploma Unit 5 Networking

Discussion in 'Computing and ICT' started by robliverpool, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. robliverpool

    robliverpool New commenter

    Hi,
    I was wondering if anyone could give me a few pointers regarding the Nteworking part of Unit 5. I was wondeirng what the Network that the students set up is meant to do. From the reading the spec I am going to get my students to:
    In groups of 3 link 3 netbooks together wirlessly (install the wireless adpater), they will then install 1 printer on one of the netbooks and connect the other 2 to the printer.
    One netbook will have a folder which everyone can use openly.
    What have other people done?

    Thanks,

    Rob

     
  2. robliverpool

    robliverpool New commenter

    Hi,
    I was wondering if anyone could give me a few pointers regarding the Nteworking part of Unit 5. I was wondeirng what the Network that the students set up is meant to do. From the reading the spec I am going to get my students to:
    In groups of 3 link 3 netbooks together wirlessly (install the wireless adpater), they will then install 1 printer on one of the netbooks and connect the other 2 to the printer.
    One netbook will have a folder which everyone can use openly.
    What have other people done?

    Thanks,

    Rob

     

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