Network Setup

What is Network Setup ?

Computer networking is the engineering (Network Setup) that creates communication between computers and other devices.

Advantages of Network Setup

  • If one of the computers has a printer attached, then the other computer can print to it over the network.
  • If one of the computers has certain files on it, someone on the other computer can access those files over the network rather than having to copy them onto a disk or memory stick.
  • If you like playing multi-user computer games that have network capabilities built in, then two people can play these games together over the network.
  • If you connect to the Internet with one of the computers, the other computer can use that same connection over the network. So one computer can connect to the Internet with a modem and the other computer will route its Internet traffic through that single connection.

And All this You can Create By your own just by the means of:

  1. Switch/Hub
  2. Ethernet Cables
  3. Registered jack-RJ 45, RJ 11.
  4. At least two computers either on LAN or WAN

If You need any Information overInstalling Network Setup you may post comment below or mail your query at: info@gripit.ca

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About Grip IT

Since its inception is 1996, GRIP iT, a division of Global Resources Technologies Inc. has been the business system solutions provider for local and global business management. We are a service-oriented company offering our products and solutions to customers ranging from small and medium-sized businesses to large-scale enterprises.
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2 Responses to Network Setup

  1. atin says:

    Need info regarding installation of home network

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