Networking

Networking

Networking

Computer networking refers to interconnected computing devices that can exchange data and share resources with each other. These networked devices use a system of rules, called communications protocols, to transmit information over physical or wireless technologies. Let's answer some common computer networking FAQs.

Networking is the process of making connections and building relationships. These connections can provide you with advice and contacts, which can help you make informed career decisions. Networking can even help you find unadvertised jobs/internships. Networking can take place in a group or one-on-one setting.

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  • 4G/5G router:- A router is a device that connects two or more packet-switched networks or subnetworks. It serves two primary functions: managing traffic between these networks by forwarding data packets to their intended IP addresses, and allowing multiple devices to use the same Internet connection.
  • Dual band router:- Dual-band routers are routers which are capable of transmitting and receiving data using both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies, either simultaneously or one at a time. NOTE: To find out the difference between connecting to 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz band, click here. There are two types of dual-band routers: Selectable.
  • Network switch:- A network switch is equipment that allows two or more IT devices, such as computers, to communicate with one another. Connecting multiple IT devices together creates a communications network. Compute, print, server, file storage, Internet access, and other IT resources can be shared across the network.
  • I/O port:- (Input/Output port) An I/O port is a socket on a computer that a cable is plugged into. The port connects the CPU to a peripheral device via a hardware interface or to the network via a network interface.
  • Outdoor CPE:- An outdoor CPE is a weatherproof wireless networking device installed outside the home or facility to provide internet connectivity. It's usually an outdoor access point (AP) to provide an outside wireless Wi-Fi network solution, such as the below outdoor Wi-Fi extender.
  • MEDIA CONVERTER:- A media converter is a networking device that transparently converts Ethernet or other communication protocols from one cable type to another type, usually copper CATx/UTP to fibre.
  • POE SWITCH:- A PoE switch provides PoE power to network devices such as access points, surveillance cameras, IP phones, lighting, and other IoT devices. PoE switches often are capable of prioritizing and optimizing PoE power allocations for critical network devices.
  • RJ-45 connector:- RJ45 stands for Registered Jack 45 and is the most commonly used connector in wired networks. The jacks are mainly used to connect to the Local Area Network (LAN). It was earlier devised for telephones but is now widely used in Ethernet Networking. The 45 in RJ45 basically stands for the listing number.
  • RJ-11 connector:- The registered jack 11 (RJ11) is a type of connector commonly used for telephone cables. It has four or six pins and is used to connect phones, modems, and other telecommunication devices to a wall jack or other phone line.