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What is a Computer Network? Two or more computers which are connected together.
A school network
An office network
A home network
How to make a network? Networking equipment
When a computer is attached to a network it is called a “Workstation”. You need two or more workstations to set up a network.
Each workstation must have a network interface card
A network cable is also needed to connect each workstation together Network Cable
Now they can communicate
What if you have three or more workstations? You need a switch or a hub to connect them together
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