Difference Between Types Of Network

Layers of the OSI Model were explained in detail in our previous tutorial. In this tutorial, we will take a look at  the most common types of network.

Various types of computer networking systems are used for communication systems all throughout the world.

The most common types of networks include Local Area Network (LAN), Metropolitan Area Network (MAN) and Wide Area Network (WAN).

Read through the Entire Networking Series of Tutorials for perfect knowledge of the concept.

A suitable communication network has to be deployed, depending upon the type of network design, Arial radius estimated cost, speed required, nodes need to be connected, bandwidth and various other factors.

Local area networks are constructed for small geographical areas within the range of 1-5 km such as offices, schools, colleges, small industries or a cluster of buildings. It is extensively used to design and troubleshoot.

Know more: what is LAN connection?

Let’s understand it with the help of an Example:

PC’s, laptops and workstations in an office are generally inter-connected with each other by using LAN networks through which we can share data files, software, e-mail and access hardware such as printers, FAX etc. All the resources or host are connected via a single cable in LAN.

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