Computer networking refers to connected computing devices (such as laptops, desktops, servers, smartphones, and tablets)
and an ever-expanding array of IoT devices (such as cameras, door locks, doorbells, refrigerators, audio/visual systems, thermostats, and various sensors) that communicate with one another.
Networks today are classified in the broad categories below:
A LAN is a collection of connected devices in one physical location, such as a home or an office. Regardless of size, a LAN's particular characteristic is that it connects devices that are in a single, limited area.
A WAN extends over a large geographical area and connects individual users or multiple LANs. Physical connectivity in WANs can be achieved by leased lines, cellular connections, satellite links, and other means.
A network built for a large organization, typically called an enterprise, needs to fulfill exacting requirements. An enterprise may use both LANs and WANs across its campus, branches, and data centers.
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