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Lan Trainer

Lan Trainer
Lan Trainer
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Product Code : 40556
Brand Name : Tesca
Price And Quantity
  • Minimum Order Quantity
  • 1 Piece
  • Price
  • 51000 INR
Product Specifications
  • Use
  • For Laboratory
  • Material
  • Metal
  • Dimensions
  • 94 x 81 x 49 Millimeter (mm)
  • Shape
  • Rectangle
  • Color
  • Black and Blue
Product Description

LAN trainer is a versatile desktop system that provides hands on experimentation & understanding of local area Networks. The field being
diverse, this trainer has been designed with an aim to touch upon the various aspects of LAN's such as hardware & cabling, software configuration & protocols. The LAN trainer is supplemented by a set of 4 exhaustive manuals covering the various aspects of LAN's. The unique feature of this trainer is an onboard Hub & Cabling setup via jumpers so as to minimize the loss of expensive cable during training.

OBJECT - Study of LAN (Local Area Network )

01. Three sets of onboard cabling setup for Ethernet.
02. On board parallel port direct cable connection setup.
03. On board serial port direct cable connection setup.
04. A 10 mbps hub is provided onboard with the circuitry exposed.
05. The power supply circuit for Hub is provided onboard.
06. A separate Hub is also provides so to train students for multi Hub Networking.
07. A set of 4 exhaustive manuals covering LAN hardware & cabling, software configurations protocols, terms & definitions.
08. The trainer comes with a cable fabrication kit to provide hands on experience on real cabling.

01. 10/100 Mbps Ethernet Card : 3 Nos.
02. UPT Straight cable with Connectors : 5 mtr.x 3 + ½ mtr.x3
03. Coaxial Cable with connectors and termination : 10 mtr.
04. traight Parallel port cables : 2 Nos.
05. Straight Serial port cables : 2 Nos.
06. 10 Mbps 8 port Hub. : 2 Nos.
07. Set of patch cords for the Onboard cabling setup
08. Cable fabrication kit. : 8 RJ 45 male connectors, crimping tool & 10 mtr. UTP cables

01. Setup a network between 2-8 Computers using Hub and straight cables (WIN XP)
02. Setup a network between two Computers without using Hub by using Cross cables (WIN XP)
03. Multi Hub Networking (WIN XP)
04. Setup a networking between Two computers using parallel port direct cable connection.
05. Setup a networking between two computers using serial port direct cable Connection.

01. Networking Win9x (Adding a Network Adapter)
02. Setting up a Win9x Peer to Peer Network
03. Windows XP Peer-to-Peer Networking
04. Sharing Local Resources
05. Adding Local or Network Printers
06. Adding a Network Printer With Windows XP
07. Adding Workstation Print Drivers for Windows 2000 Printers
08. Adding NT4 Workstation Print Drivers for Windows 2000 Printers
09. Adding a Windows2000 Workstation to a NT4 Domain
10. Configuring Dial-Up Internet Access with Windows9x (Adding the Dial-Up Adapter)
11. Windows2000 Dial-Up Internet Connection
12. Dial-Up Server (Installing and Configuring Dial-Up Server)
13. Windows2000 Networking Changes
14. WindowsXP Remote Assistance
15. WindowsXP Remote Desktop
16. Sharing a Fax/Modem on a Network
17. Configuring a machine running Window 95/98/ME to use DHCP.
18. Configuring a machine running Windows 2000 Professional Edition to use DHCP.
19. Configuring a machine running Windows NT 4.0 to use DHCP.
20. Configuring a machine running Windows XP to use DHCP.

01. Communicaton and Network Concepts
a). Introduction
b). What is a Network
c). Need for Networking
d). Evolution of Networking
e). Switching Techniques
f). Transmission Media
g). Data Communication Technologies
h). Types of Networks
i). Network Topologies
j). Network Devices
k). Communication Protocol
l). Wireless/ Mobile Computing
m). Internetworking Terms and Concept
N). Network Security

Trade Information
  • Payment Terms
  • Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
  • Supply Ability
  • 100 Piece Per Month
  • Delivery Time
  • 4-5 Week
  • Sample Available
  • Yes
  • Sample Policy
  • Sample costs shipping and taxes has to be paid by the buyer
  • Main Export Market(s)
  • Africa, Middle East, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, South America, North America, Central America, Australia, Asia