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Networking

Chances are if you have more than one computer in your home or office, you are using a network. Wholesale computers and networking are normally established so that computers can communicate with each other, share resources, and share programs. This makes life easier for network users in a variety of ways. There are different kind of networks, the main kinds of networks being LAN, MAN, CAN, and WAN. To find out more about these types of networks, check out the basics of networks.

Are you wondering if a network is right for your home or office? You may want to look into the advantages and disadvantages of networks to see if you should take the step and upgrade to a computer network.

Two of the most important components of a network are routers and firewalls. Make sure you know what they are and what they do for your network. If you are setting up a wireless network, you may also be interested in the difference between routers and access points.

When setting up a wireless home network, one of the most important factors to keep in mind is the positioning of your wireless access point or router. This determines the signal strength and area covered by your network. You can also maximize your network performance by replacing your WiFi antenna.

 

 

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