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What kind of network structure does the World Wide Web have?

Could you give me some details please? Where could I get more information on this topic on the Net?
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Is Chaotic a valid answer? :-)

What type of network structure? You mean physical? Routing? Operations and Administration? I'll send you what I can, but I need more details on the question.
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Also, it's very hard to separate www from the rest of the internet. I'm assuming you want the network as a whole, and not just WWW.

Am I right?


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by:shireen_shabbir
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I mean the physical network structure. What kind of hardware and software does it run on? Protocols, how files are sent from one computer to the other etc. etc..

What do you mean by Operations and Administration?

Yes I want the network as a whole.
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Here is the best beginning I can think of: www.w3c.org.

It explains technologies and architectures, specifications and history of the web.
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