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How does the internet work?20 Answers
I don't think the Internet works at all, it's more of a play thing.
Series of tubes.
bunch of computers talking to each other through routers and switches
The Internet is that it’s a network of networks that operate around the world as if it were one distinct identity.
The internet, as it is called in the vernacular, is a packet-switched network. This means that each transmission of, for example, a file, is broken onto packets of information, and each one contains the source and destination information, a sequence number that indicates what order the packets are supposed to be re-assembled in, a code that can be used to correct errors or identify bad packets, along with the actual payload data. Special computers called switches and routers read the source and destination data and send the transmitted packet to the correct digital address, ideally by the shortest timewise route, but not always. the many packets that contain a single file may individually be sent along several paths to get to the destination, depending on congestion and load and latencies. The received packets are stored in the destination equipment until all are present and any defective packets have been re-transmitted and received and checked again, then the original file is re-assembled in the correct order for use.
Mostly pretty well. Except for all that spam - but even that would be good if I were a spammer.
The internet does not work. We work my using the internet.
well Internet does not work, it is someone who makes it to work, according to desire.
It doesn't - it's always down. Have you guys here paid your bill ?
Trick question. Only Al Gores knows the answer to that question....
It works alright. It can deliver a lot of bad things too, but I like to think it overall benefits humanity, if not doesn't affect it on a scale of good to bad.
TCP/IP and UDP packets get sent around from one computer to the next until they reach the destination, and can contain various information usually depending on which port they are sent from/to (eg to port 80 is usually the web server)
Internet works as per the knowledge of human brains & its provider.
The internet run on cats
Basically due to advertising and communications