Business Data Communications. Chapter Eight Servers in the Enterprise. Primary Learning Objectives. Differentiate between clients and servers Describe five server physical components Identify major server types Understand the concept of well-known ports Explain server clustering
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Business Data Communications
Servers in the Enterprise
Intel Server Chassis SC5250-E:
Has four fixed-drive bays and supports up to five hot-swap SCSI or four hot-swap SATA hard-drive bays.
This chassis allows adding more storage without having to take the server offline.
Expansion cards can be easily added due to the tool-free access enabled by thumb screws on side panels.
An INTEL server motherboard, model S845WD1-E
Clients must be configured to know who their DNS server is.
A redundant DNS server can be specified.
This Windows client has been configured so that DHCP has been automatically enabled.