What is the difference between the internet and InterNetworking?
Internetworking involves connecting two or more distinct computer networks or network segments via a common routing technology. The result is called an internetwork (often shortened to internet). The most notable example of internetworking is the Internet (capitalized), a network of networks based on many underlying hardware technologies, but unified by an internetworking protocol standard, called the Internet Protocol Suite (TCP/IP). So in the way you phrased the question there is no difference. If Internet (capital…
Internetworking devices which means its efficient and performance is up to the mark. But in networking devices there is a lot of problems when we are sending the packets from one computer to another computer.So its difficult to work with networking devices compare to interconnecting devices. Cost is moderately high in this..
GPRS is a technique to connect to the internet from a mobile device. If you connect to the internet at home, you connect (most likely) using a DSL (Digital Subscriber Line) from your internet provider. The difference between "normal internet" (ADSL) or GPRS internet is that the latter is (most of the times) slower and more expensive but can be used almost everywhere. You could compare it between a landline and a cellphone.