for small LANS use a switch, for two or more a router is needed
For a small LAN network, a switch is best. To connect two or more LAN networks, a router is required.
Switch for small LAN, Router for two or more
For small networks, hubs are sufficient.
When connecting multiple networks, one uses a bridge.
Answer: purchase high speed internet connection brodband. use two lan card on this PC. and one lan card connect directly internet connection wire. and another lan card wire connect in swith and share internet connection and then use.
Yes, with no problem.
A LAN connection usually goes through a network connectivity device, such as a hub or switch or a router. If you want to go directly from a PC desktop to a laptop use a cross-over cable to connect the two devices and configure the network settings appropriately.
unless that lan is connected to a router that is connected to a modem that can access internet... it would make no sense
use hub and switch
It's called a switch. Many wireless routers have a 4-port switch. Also you can purchase a switch separately.
cheap and simple connection use utp if noise or interference have to consider then co-axial
An Internet working device used to connect different LAN segments is called a Modem. A Modem can be either hard wired to the computer or use a Wi-Fi connection to connect to the computer. Dial up Modems were also used that ran through telephone lines.
People use such cables for LAN connection
*router is a device use to route communication or connection *routing is the process *router is a device use to route communication or connection *routing is the process
For a small LAN network, a switch is best. To connect two or more LAN networks, a router is required. (2) From Jean Andrews CompTIA A+ sixth edition (page #852): You can use a crossover cable to connect to computers without a switch or hub making it the simplest network of all. For two or more you will need a switch, hub, or router.
Have the same internet connection or use LAN
Sure, why not? But more specifically, it depends on how you want to use your printer. If you don't mind leaving it on all the time and feel comfortable entering the wireless LAN settings, then this is probably the best option. Then you have complete mobility with your printer and can put it anywhere you want. On the other hand, if you only want to use it when you're using a certain desktop computer, or want to save energy and not leave it running all the time (or the manual instructions for setting the wireless LAN scare you), then put it into wired mode and connect to a LAN-connection computer or your LAN router if it has a USB port. Alternately, if your printer also has an ethernet port for a wired LAN connection, the wired connection may offer you better robustness and self-configuration than the wireless LAN.
Yes, you can. You need to use any: wired connection, wireless connection or both. In order to use wired connection to have to have on occupied LAN ports (2 of them) and two LAN cables CAT-5e at least. If you want to use wireless, you need to have for that at least one wireless adapter if you want to connect another computer with a wire and so on.
• Router (5 port if it's for home use) • LAN (Local Area Connection) For business use
The type of network your asking about is called a VPN (Virtual Private Network) or a VLAN (Virtual LAN). A VLAN acts like an ordinary LAN, but connected devices don't have to be physically connected to the same segment. LogMeIn Hamachi lets you setup a virtual LAN connection on both PCs and Macs through the internet. The software is free for non-commercial use, never expires, and will let you set up your virtual LAN connection in less then 10 minutes.
Your computer must be connected to the internet to view an HTML document that is located on a website. Whether that connection is through a local area network (LAN) or not. If you normally connect to the web via the LAN, then yes, you'll need to be connected to the LAN. If instead you run an adhoc network, use a direct connection to infrastructure (like a router) or a modem, then you need that connection to reach the web.
Just use a cross-over cable between the two systems. The protocols will think they are talking to each other through a hub or switch or similar device.
What kind of connection do you use? Do you have firewall? If you use lan connection check cables, check switch or modem restart it, if you need. If you use wireless connection check your adapter, check with other computers presence of internet.