How do you interconnect two networks in the same geographical area?
It all depends on this geographical area. You could use two wireless routers. Given the distance isn't too far. 2 linksys routers with ddwrt firmware, put one both networks and that will be a good job.
If it is far, you could be looking at running a wire from one network to the next.
If neither of these are feasible you could look into VPN's.
Have you got servers...??
There are two types of networks, the Local Area Network (LAN), consists of several PCs or workstations connected to a special computer called a server, often within the same building or office complex. And the other one is the Wide Area Networks (WANs), networks than span large geographical areas. Computers can connect to these networks to use facilities in another city or country.
What is a group of organisms of the same species that live in a specific geographical area and interbreed?
LAN: (local area network) A group of computers that share a common connection and are usually in a small area or even in the same building. For example an office or home network. They are usually connected by Ethernet cables and have high speed connections. If it was a wireless setup it would be called a WLAN, which would have a lower connection speed. MAN: (metropolitan area network) This is a larger network that connects…
The term "geographical area" is somewhat ambiguous. Generally speaking, there are 4 types of networks PAN (Personal Area Network), covers a short range, perhaps 20 foot diameter. This is what a bluetooth network usually is. LAN (Local Area Network), covers a building, and perhaps nearby buildings. A common stand alone office network is one of these. MAN (Metropolitan Area Network), covers a wider area then a LAN, but less then a WAN. This is not…
The main difference is range of coverage...A WAN covers the largest area and can cover multiple cities, states, and can span across different continents. An example of a WAN would be the World Wide Web. LANs cover a smaller area...Office networks in the same building or area and home networks are examples LANs
Are they located in the same building? If the geographical difference between locations are vast, then a WAN setup is in order. The basic components of a WAN would be routers, satellites, ISP mainframes, transmission media (Fiber Optics backbones, Power lines, network cables etc). The main component of a WAN is definitley a router though.
It is debatable depending on your location. Not all networks will have the same coverage or strength of coverage in the same geographical spots. Additionally, costs of calling plans, features, and phones make it almost more an argument of preference. Ask around with people you know already with these services to get the REAL lowdown.
Babylon was a kingdom/city located in the geographical area known as Mesopotamia, just like Oklahoma (Oklahoma City) is located in the mainland USA. Answer2: Mesopotamia was a large geographical area. Babylon was much smaller. A city state and cultural area where inhabitants mostly shared the same culture. Babylon was more like a city and within the large general area called Mesopotamia