Wide Area Network

The term "global network or Wide Area Network" is used to describe a network covering multiple regions. Let's take an example. The company has two offices: one in London and the other in Berlin. Both offices have a LAN. When a company connects these two LANs through WAN technology, a WAN is created.

The main difference between a LAN and a WAN is that a company typically does not have a WAN infrastructure. Companies generally lease WAN services from their service providers. WANs covering multiple cities may look like this:



WAN network

Frame Relay, ATM, and X.25 are other types of WAN technologies. The Internet can also be considered global.
Wide Area Network Wide Area Network Reviewed by Sirf Tech on September 15, 2018 Rating: 5

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