Concepts of Computer Networks. Types of Computer Networks - Peer-to-peer network, Clint And Server - 13

Concepts of Computer Networks. Types of Computer Networks - Peer-to-peer network, Clint And Server, Network Hardware etc.


Today our main topic is the concept of computer networks. In this post, we are going to discuss how computer networks work and how many types of computer networks there are.

If you want to gain knowledge about computer network then you have reached the right post on a right website this website will give you all the information related to computer network.

If you are the first to come to this post, this is part 12 of our computer tutorial series. If you haven't read our previous articles, click on the wall link below to read them. If you haven't read our previous posts then you might not understand or have difficulty understanding anything in this post. Hope you can read the previous posts by clicking on the wall below - 

All Tutorial - Click Here 👈👈


Network hardware

Network hardware includes all the equipment that is included in a network. All networks require network hardware to function.


Computer:

The most important function of a network is to connect different computers together. When different computers are connected to each other, the people using them can work in an efficient manner. All computers connected to the network do not have to be of the same type. For example, desktop computers on a network, such as IBM include M.-compatible and Macintosh computers or portable computers, such as notebooks and personal digital assistants (PDAS).


Network Interface Card (NIC) :

This is an extension cardIt allows computers and other devices, such as printers, to access the network. Network interface cards act as intermediaries between computers and physical media, such as cables (through which transmission takes place).

Concepts of Computer Networks. Types of Computer Networks - Peer-to-peer network, Clint And Server


Connector :

A connector is a device that... which connects two networks together. The most common connectors are hub, bridge and er.

Cables:

It is either wires or glassware or flexible metal. All of these are used in electronics and are wrapped in plastic or rubber.


Resources:

A part of a computer system or network, such as a disk drive, printer or memory... that can be allocated to a program or process that is running.


Peer-to-peer network

A network of two or more computers ... that use a program or types of programs to communicate and share data. Each computer or peer is considered to be responsible for the same and each computer works that way... As do other computers on the network. Unlike client/server architecture, file server is not required here. Although the network doesn't work as well... as the client/server one does, especially during load.

Peer-to-peer networks work best in small environments. All computers on the network require personal administration and maintenance. If you want to connect more than 10 computers to each other... then don't use peer-to-peer network.

Concepts of Computer Networks. Types of Computer Networks - Peer-to-peer network, Clint And Server


Resources:

Resources include Perter and Modem. It is usually associated with a computer in a peer-to-peer network. This computer shares its software with other computers. Programs: Most software applications, such as word processors and spreadsheet programs.. Those used in peer-to-peer networks  are installed on every computer. Users can use it to view and work on documents created by other users on the network on their own computers.


Performance:

If using computer resources... then its performance may be affected. For example, if a printer is connected to a computer in a peer-to-peer network... then the computer will slow down every time... when a user tries to print a document.


Installation:

All computers in a peer-to-peer network should have the network operating system and all applications installed. Each computer on the network should be set up in such a way that it can access information and resources on its own. The user should learn how to administer his computer. For peer-to-peer networks there is usually no dedicated system administrator.


Accessing Resources: 

If a computer is not working properly in a peer-to-peer network... Then other computers will not be able to access its files and resources. However, files and resources on other computers will not be affected.


Security:

In a peer-to-peer network, users store files and information on their own computers. Any user can access files and information of another user's computer using their own computer. Therefore, information is less secure in peer-to-peer networks.


Cost:

When a small number of computers are connected to each other through a peer-to-peer network... Then it costs less... but as the network grows, so does the cost.


Client/Server Network

A network ... in which one or more computers are designed as servers and the rest of the computers on the network are called clients ... that can request services from the server.


Sever :

Such a computer... which provides information to other computers connected to it, such as – web servers, mail servers and LAN servers. When a user connects to the server, applications, files, printers and other information are available to him.


Client :

A client is a computer system that... A service that accesses other computers through any type of network.


Size :

NETWORK / SERVER NETWORKS are generally suitable for large networks and can be used with networks of any size. A client/server network is easy to set up and meets the needs of more than half of large companies.


Capacity :

Servers have more memory and are faster than client or desktop computers. It is good for completing complex tasks. Servers have more storage space than client computers ... so Savory can store and manage all the files on the network in an efficient manner.


Services :

Servers are typically used to provide some type of service to client computers on a network. For example, the Pit server controls the printing of all client computers on the network. Database servers manage large-scale information stores and processes. Most client/server networks have network administrators. The job of this administrator is to manage the network. Data backup and security monitoring should be done regularly. client In a server network, servers are usually located in a central areaSo that it can be administered well.


Security :

Most companies keep network servers in closed rooms. Only the network administrator can access that room. As a result, unauthorized persons cannot interfere with the operation of the server. If a network server is not working properly... Then the entire network is affected as a result.


Cost:

Myint / Server Network requires some specialized and dedicated servers... which can be quite expensive. Since most of the work is done by servers, MyoT computers can be less powerful and cheaper in giant / server networks.


More...

Post a Comment

0 Comments