How does the INTERNET work? | ICT #2

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  • How does the Internet work? The video you are watching now traveled thousands of miles from a Google data center to reach you. Let’s learn how the Internet works by getting to understand the details of this data’s incredible journey.
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  • Learn Engineering
    Learn Engineering  Il y a 3 mois +198

    Friends, I hope you liked the video. www.patreon.com/LearnEngineering , Your support at Patreon is invaluable to us.

    • Osman Koçyiğit
      Osman Koçyiğit Il y a 8 jours

      Hi Can I share this video translate the turkish in my channel

    • Ahnan Miya
      Ahnan Miya Il y a mois

      Nice

    • bhatraju veeranjaneyulu
      bhatraju veeranjaneyulu Il y a mois

      Can you briefly explain the format of the data packets

    • Michael Heery
      Michael Heery Il y a mois

      @Harish Kumar K i worked since 1969 on internets..

    • Harish Kumar K
      Harish Kumar K Il y a mois +1

      Good video this will helps more
      And covers lots of doubts as well.
      Thank you so much who made this .

  • Blackjack Videos
    Blackjack Videos Il y a 10 heures

    Your communication is done via towers drones parabolic reflectors & cables not no satellite fairytale learn people instead of being gullible idiots believing in fairytales look read learn assert truth it's not so hard to do stop listening start reading

  • Blackjack Videos
    Blackjack Videos Il y a 10 heures

    Radiowaves bounce of the Ionosphere if FREQUENCY cannot pass what makes people believe metal can hmm?

  • Blackjack Videos
    Blackjack Videos Il y a 10 heures

    Satellites don't exist
    Nothing has gone beyond the Ionosphere explain how aluminium alloy orbits within temperature of 30000C not possible at all the Ionosphere is plasma how hot is plasma take a look at a plasma cutter for reference emits temperature of 20000C

  • Blackjack Videos
    Blackjack Videos Il y a 10 heures

    From the word go you're lying it's sent through underground cables big data centre in Denmark they & few others have already stated it's run underground no signal is going to a satellite at all

  • periodt
    periodt Il y a 11 heures

    I’ve wondered this since I was 6. Idk why I never looked it up until now.

  • Siamromuana Muana
    Siamromuana Muana Il y a 20 heures

    This video show useless satellite, before I watch this video I think that internet are working by morthan 5 satellite because google office is in one place ,the world is like a ball,for the opposite side of Google office ,satellite are giving signal together each other,
    Because of fiber cable they may spend lots of money

  • Rex Sailas
    Rex Sailas Il y a jour

    This is cool

  • Benny Ceca
    Benny Ceca Il y a jour

    Darn, I just realised I have my own cable from the seabed to my property! Of course it's not true, just poorly explained, I can imagine someone not so bright trying to trace the cable back to the seabed.
    Internet = inter connected networks!
    You start off your with your own home network, multiple devices connected to your own router and each device has a PRIVATE IP address, think of those devices as family members, like 192.168.1.5 is John, 192.168.1.6 is Jane etc, this is very common everywhere, including businesses!
    Your home router connected to the internet has a PUBLIC IP address which has to be unique, much like your full home address inc post/zip code. In turn, this PUBLIC IP is connected to the network belonging to your ISP, this in turn is connected and can see the networks of other ISP's, who may host some of of the websites/services you use daily. Big companies like Google, Microsoft are their own ISP, but many web services are hosted by other ISP's, some of them, you've never heard of as they only provide connectivity to businesses.
    When you make a request for a web page, your router keeps a track of which device (eg John) requested what, lets say www.youtube.com. It goes and fetches the data, then when the data is received back, it knows that John made this request and transfers the data to John (which could be the tablet).
    The data travels along your ISP network to your home (and vice versa), usually via telephone cables, of even fibre if you're lucky, but those cables are not connected to the seabed (lol), they all go to your ISP's local data centre, like a phone exchange for example. They in turn are connected with super fast fibre cables to many other internet exchanges in your country, which in turn, may have multiple connections (depending on location) from other continents via the seabed cables. This process is repeated in each country/continent. A country like the UK has literally hundreds of these exchanges, some much bigger than others, and most host the connections of many ISP's. So you see, all these INTERconnected NETworks make up the INTERNET.

  • Nevil Holmes
    Nevil Holmes Il y a 2 jours

    thanks so much

  • Upasak Acharya
    Upasak Acharya Il y a 2 jours

    what if a terrorist blow a data center in a particular country or many countries? would internet be slow?

  • The Unboxing Experience
    The Unboxing Experience Il y a 2 jours

    Really nice animation. Keep up the good work buddy!

  • General  ALADEEN
    General ALADEEN Il y a 3 jours

    *All the credits goes to my father*

  • Frank Mojiavio
    Frank Mojiavio Il y a 4 jours

    Only if those mattered things is be set as a foundation for each tech company inside........

  • Frank Mojiavio
    Frank Mojiavio Il y a 4 jours

    I deeply realize the power of government is to make all the principle of Technology goes ........... instead of letting knowledge goes all direction without meaningful set ......

  • Adonis Top of Men
    Adonis Top of Men Il y a 5 jours

    good documentation ……..

  • Fahd Mehmood
    Fahd Mehmood Il y a 5 jours

    Thank you so much for updating

  • dhanunjaya kasapuram
    dhanunjaya kasapuram Il y a 5 jours

    SATELLITES DON'T EXISTS.. SATELLITES ARE FAKE AND PURELY A SCIENCE FICTION.....
    99.7% INTERNATIONAL DATA TRANSMITTED THROUGH UNDERSEA CABLES AND THE REST BY SATELOONDS,DRONES AND INTERNET PLANES

  • James Roberts
    James Roberts Il y a 6 jours +1

    That was a nice macro overview of computer networking..cool stuff

  • Christopher gnanaoli
    Christopher gnanaoli Il y a 6 jours +2

    The surprise is everything happens in a fraction of second,...

  • Somya Jain
    Somya Jain Il y a 6 jours

    thank youuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu soooooooooooooooooo much

  • Aslam Ansari
    Aslam Ansari Il y a 7 jours

    One of the best channel in youtube

  • Akram Mohammed
    Akram Mohammed Il y a 7 jours

    Great Video!

  • kennyq45
    kennyq45 Il y a 7 jours

    The Interweb is quite amazing.

  • Gaurav Kumar Maurya
    Gaurav Kumar Maurya Il y a 8 jours +3

    2:30, i think HP is your sponsor for this video.

  • Mohamed Nushan
    Mohamed Nushan Il y a 8 jours

    In the context of explaining the concept using a FRclip video streaming, UDP and circuit switching is not explained. Where video streaming is possible due to UDP.

  • Rushit Shukla
    Rushit Shukla Il y a 8 jours

    3:07 jisko pata hai usko pata hai 😂

  • Dr Farhan P Iqbal
    Dr Farhan P Iqbal Il y a 8 jours

    Good work. But excessive use of the words "more specifically".

  • Jade Pelayo
    Jade Pelayo Il y a 8 jours

    🦁🙋‍♂️ ANG SATELLITE NG TAO KAYA AY MOON
    SIGNAL AT ENERGY ISA LANG BA ITO

  • BITU Panda
    BITU Panda Il y a 8 jours

    Then what is the concept of internet clouds??????

  • Jesse Tuohy
    Jesse Tuohy Il y a 8 jours +6

    If you showed this to someone 500 years ago they would be like no way this is real or will happen lol...

  • RealZanzi
    RealZanzi Il y a 9 jours

    Why are these tech companies still lying to us about satellites? SATELITES DOES NOT EXIST!!!! ITS ALL MADE A MADE-UP FANTASY!!

  • MrPhotographer4
    MrPhotographer4 Il y a 9 jours

    Wrong, it's all underground and landbased no satellites.

    • T Series
      T Series Il y a 9 jours

      Satellites are used for GPS , Television and High privacy situations as in war

  • siva sai kiran
    siva sai kiran Il y a 10 jours

    Beautiful teaching

  • Shihab Kottayil
    Shihab Kottayil Il y a 10 jours

    Thank you

  • Muhabaw Melese
    Muhabaw Melese Il y a 11 jours

    wow

  • Mohan Yarramsetty
    Mohan Yarramsetty Il y a 12 jours

    very nice video

  • H P
    H P Il y a 13 jours +2

    What if we Nuke Google Data Center ?

    • ikay iyare
      ikay iyare Il y a 8 jours

      @H P 😁😁😁

    • H P
      H P Il y a 8 jours

      @ikay iyare Then We nuke the Backup Servers

    • ikay iyare
      ikay iyare Il y a 9 jours

      They have backup servers all over the world

  • cris coronel
    cris coronel Il y a 13 jours +1

    wow amazing the world of modern techonology like the internet is the most powerfull communication invented of human being..credit to all the man who created this wonderfull technology..bravo..

  • The Ultimate Reductionist
    The Ultimate Reductionist Il y a 13 jours +3

    I thought trolls & cat videos powered the internet.

  • Hello wolrld
    Hello wolrld Il y a 14 jours +2

    Learned in 8 mints here = three years college

  • Shohel Yunus Patel
    Shohel Yunus Patel Il y a 14 jours

    Damn this is so interesting.

  • Ron De Leon
    Ron De Leon Il y a 15 jours

    Im laughing with the deta🤣

  • Petros Papadopoulos
    Petros Papadopoulos Il y a 16 jours

    Great Video! Could you please let me know What software did you use for the animation?

  • AAA
    AAA Il y a 17 jours

    wow... easily understandable video...

  • MOZAHEDUL ISLAM
    MOZAHEDUL ISLAM Il y a 17 jours

    Please Describe Mobile Tower structure & it’s work...
    From Bangladesh

  • virat kohli
    virat kohli Il y a 18 jours

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  • Kiko Cardenas
    Kiko Cardenas Il y a 18 jours +1

    veryy satisfying please keep producing more videos #learningIsFun

  • Xracked FX
    Xracked FX Il y a 20 jours +3

    How to thief p*rn hub ssd drive ???

  • Poke Belly
    Poke Belly Il y a 20 jours +1

    Thank you very much for this informative video.

  • Entol
    Entol Il y a 21 jour

    Actually satellites are bullshit

  • Pitam Chattearjee
    Pitam Chattearjee Il y a 21 jour

    Ye bala video banglay

  • Sarder Md.Mahmudul Alam
    Sarder Md.Mahmudul Alam Il y a 22 jours

    educative

  • civick2052287livecom
    civick2052287livecom Il y a 24 jours +1

    Who invented internet and optical fiber technology?

    • Funky Wallet
      Funky Wallet Il y a 16 jours

      It was Roger Internet and George Optical Fiber. Those two guys are pioneers.

  • Rohit Shaw
    Rohit Shaw Il y a 26 jours

    Best explanation with good speaking style and appropriate animation.

  • Allam Vinod
    Allam Vinod Il y a 26 jours

    Thanks .It's helpful

  • Kal Rahal
    Kal Rahal Il y a 27 jours

    Useful info. Thanks.

  • vikram vicky
    vikram vicky Il y a 27 jours +2

    That's a very good brief explanation of how internet works, good work and nice video 👌

  • Sangeeth Mk
    Sangeeth Mk Il y a 27 jours

    Doesn't even matter when you get ping spike, you scream..!!!!! xD

  • Vinay khanna
    Vinay khanna Il y a 28 jours

    600 dislikes.. They may CA Students 😉