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A network is an electronic connection of two or more computers. This means that computers can communicate (communicate) and exchange information with each other. In this case, computers in the network usually have high-speed connections. This high-speed connection can be made by connecting the cable or wirelessly, the former being a cable network, and the latter being called a wireless network.

The overall breakdown of computer networks can be summarized as follows:

Local Area Network (LAN) that connects computers within a home or office. The wireless type of these networks is called WLAN or Wireless LAN.

A corporate network or a virtual private network or VPN that connects the offices of a company.

Internetwork or WAN (Wide Area Network), which is usually referred to as a connection between several remote networks. The largest internetwork on the Internet.


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