Collection of computer and devices
Interconnected by communication channels
Communication and sharing of resources and information
Connectivity and communication
Data security concerns
In peer-to-peer networks, only one computer can send and receive transmissions on the network.
In peer-to-peer networks, only one type of protocol suite can be used to send and receive data.
In peer-to-peer networks, a central computer manages all file and print sharing.
In peer-to-peer networks, no single computer has more authority than another, by default.
A peer-to-peer network allows for more nodes.
A peer-to-peer network provides greater security.
A peer-to-peer network is easier to set up.
A peer-to-peer network allows for easier expansion.
A client/server network is simpler to set up.
A client/server network allows for easier expansion.
A client/server network does not require a network operating system.
A client/server network is less expensive to set up.
Any combination of hardware or software designed to provide service to client
Install in the PC thah allows to plug ethernet or wireless connection
Part of network that gives the data out
Prevents hackers getting into your computer.
Sends and receives data packets by looking at the destination.
Gives directions to other people on the network.
A small box with multiple connection points on the front or back
A type of network cable
A special computer that has no monitor, keyboard, or pointing device
A software program