What is wired network?
A wired network is a common type of wired configuration. Most wired networks use Ethernet cables to transfer data between connected PCs. In a small wired network, a single router may be used to connect all the computers. Larger networks often involve multiple routers or switches that connect to each other. One of these devices typically connects to a cable modem, T1 line, or other type of Internet connection that provides Internet access to all devices connected to the network.
Today’s enterprise network is the nerve center of business. Like any utility, it is expected to be up and running 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Data systems are becoming more secure and centralized, IT/OT networks are converging, and the need for greater mobility—inside and outside the office—is increasing. Whether the average user knows it or not, these trends have a tremendous impact on the network’s reliability.
Components of a Wired Network
The primary parts of a wired network are the cable, network adapters, and router. Each device needs to support the network software needed to send data over the network. A central home server may also be used to store data, especially if you want to keep all your media in one place. This allows your videos, movies, music, and pictures to be accessible through any device connected to the network, whether you’re in the kitchen or outside on the deck streaming a game through an outdoor TV.
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