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Configure Computer System and Network

1. Configure Computer System and Network Prepared by: EILLEN IVY A.

PORTUGUEZ Siari John H. Roemer Memorial National High School

2. SYSTEM CONFIGURATION • The way a system is set up, it is the

assortment of components that make up the system. • Refer to

either hardware or software, or the combination of both. • When

you install a new device or program, you sometimes need to

configure it, which means that you need to set various switches

and jumpers for hardware and to define values parameters for

software.

3. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS RELATED TO NETWORKS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS WHEN

USING A LADDER 1. Read the labels on the ladder, and follow any

safety instructions written on it. 2. Never stand on the top rung

of the ladder. You could easily lose your balance and fall. 3.

Make sure that people in the area know you will be working there.

4. Cordon off the area with caution tape or safety cones. 5. When

you are using a ladder that leans up against a wall, follow the

instructions written on the ladder, and have someone hold the

ladder to help keep it steady.

4. SAFETY RULES WHEN WORKING WITH CABLES The tools required to

install copper and fiber-optic cable may cause danger through

improper use. When working with cables, strictly follow these

safety rules: 1. Make sure that the tools you are using are in

good working order. 2. Watch what you are doing, and take your

time. Make sure that you do not cut yourself or place anyone in
danger. 3. Always wear safety glasses when cutting, stripping, or

splicing cables of any kind. Tiny fragments can injure your eyes.

4. Wear gloves whenever possible, and dispose of any waste

properly. USE COMMON SENSE WHEN INSTALLING CABLES AND FIXING

NETWORK PROBLEMS. CALL FOR ASSISTANCE FOR TASKS THAT YOU CANNOT

DO ON YOUR OWN.

5. FIBER OPTIC SAFETY Fiber-optic cables are useful for

communications, but they have certain hazards: 1. Dangerous

chemicals 2. Tools with sharp edges 3. Light which you cannot see

that can burn your eyes 4. Glass shards produced by cutting

fiber-optic that can cause bodily harm

6. CHEMICALS • The solvents and glues used with fiber optics are

dangerous. You should handle them with extreme care. Read the

instructions on the label, and follow them carefully. Also, read

the material safety data sheet (MSDS) that accompanies the

chemicals to know to treat someone in case of emergency.

7. TOOLS • When working with any tool, safety should always be your

first priority. Any compromise in safety could result in serious

injury or even death. • The tools used for working with fiber

optics have sharp cutting surfaces that are used to scribe glass.

8. GLASS SHARDS • The process of cutting and trimming the strands

of fiber-optic cables can produce tiny fragments of glass or

plastic that can penetrate your eyes or skin and cause severe

irritation. • The fibers can be extremely difficult to see on

your skin because they are clear and small. • When you work with
fiber-optic cabling, the working surface should be a dark mat so

that you can see the tiny glass or plastic fragments.

9. HARMFUL LIGHT • Protect your eyes from the harmful light that

may be in the fiber-optic strands. • The light is a color that

humans cannot see. It can damage your eyes before you can feet

it.