2. The world wide web (www) is another word for the Internet.
3. The world wide web is…
4. How are most computers connected between Europe and North America?
5. An estimated 70% of all Internet traffic passes through the small town of Ashburn in the USA.
6. Who governs the Internet?
7. What was the first network to implement the Internet protocol suite (TCP/IP)?
8. Public use of the Internet began in 1989 when email became available.
9. What does DNS stand for?
10. Approximately how many Internet domain names had been registered by 2017?
11. The ARPANET (based in the US) was predominantly used for research purposes, connecting research institutions, including UK universities.
12. In the 1970s ARPA funded other networks and tried to unite them. The limits of the initial network to 63 nodes and 252 hosts was reached and this is when the …
13. As the internet consists of many different networks interlinking with each other, the internet has no central structure or governing body.
14. The WWW (world wide web) is a system of interlinked hypertext documents (web pages) accessed via the internet.
15. The WWW is accessed through a ………………. and was invented by a British computer scientist, Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1989.
16. Ever wondered how the internet worked? It works using a method called…
17. To get from one device to another, __________need to travel through network adapters, switches, routers and network nodes.
18. During the 2011 Arab Spring, Tunisia, Egypt and Libya tried to stop their citizens from getting information from the outside world. They tried to switch the internet off!
19. To search for Google's IP address, for example, you'd type tracert google.com into Command Prompt. What is an IP address?
20. Domain name is a humanly-memorable name for internet participants such as computers, networks, and services. One domain name can be connected to multiple IP addresses