lan stands for the local area network .ie if you are connecting you comouter or devices (printer ) in a specific limited area ie locally .
A LAN allows certain computers on the network to offer their resources (hard disks, floppy disks, CD-ROMs, Printers, Modems, etc.) for use by other computers on the network as if they were their own. Computers that offer resources are called Servers.
Computers called Workstations can attach the resources (typically hard disks and printers) offered by servers as if they were their own. For instance, at AA Company, computer #1 has a C: hard disk and a D: CD-ROM. Computer #2 has a C: hard disk and a D: CD-ROM, but computer #2 also attaches computer #1's C: drive as it's own F: drive. To the user of computer #2 it looks as if drive F: is in his own computer. He can use files and programs from the F: drive just as he can from his own C: drive. The network software module that performs this slight of hand is called the redirector.
A computer can be both a Server and Workstations at the same time, in which case it is called a Peer. Networks without dedicated servers are called peer-to-peer networks. Networks with one or more dedicated servers are called server based networks even though they may also have peers on them.
Back to our example. The network computers #1 and #2 are on has a server, computer #3. Computers #1 and #2 each have a copy of an accounting program on them, but both read and write accounting data to their G: drive, which is actually C: on computer #3. The tape backup unit is on computer #3 and backs up all the accounting data for all the computers every night by backing up its own C: drive.
When computers #1 and #2 are using the accounting software that software is running in their own memories. The server is not involved at all except to offer its hard disk for data storage. This server is called a file server.
Since this is a Windows accounting package it is big and slow and swaps to disk a lot, so each computer has it installed on its own hard disk to get decent performance. In the days of small fast DOS programs, workstations would also load the program from the server, so it only had to be installed once in one place.
When computers #1 and #2 do sorted reports, every record has to be read from the server and sorted in the memory of the workstation and written back to temporary files on the server. This causes a lot of network traffic on a larger network.
Lets say AA Company grows a lot and now still has computers #1, #2 and server #3 but has added additional workstations #4 through #29 - and lots of users of the accounting software. all that network traffic causes the network to get really bogged down and users start to complain.
What AA Company does now is ditch that Windows accounting package and install a new multiprocesor Compaq server running Windows NT. The new accounting package uses the Oracle database program to store its data at the server. This new package actually runs on the server (which is now called an application server because it has applications programs running on it). The workstations just have a client program that asks for records and has input and viewing screens. If a client asks for a sorted report all the work is done at the server, cutting network traffic way down. This is called a Client Server network.
Meanwhile, across town, BX Company started with its accounting on a Xenix host computer with some "green screen" terminals wired to it (instead of PCs like AA Company used). There was no network at all, just a lot of serial cables connecting dumb terminals and printers to the host computer.
As it grew, BX upgraded to a Unix host computer and added some PCs that were also wired back to the host and ran terminal emulation software so they could act as terminals to use the accounting. Some of the PCs also got their own printers, which also act as slave printers to the Unix box. Still no network.
Finally, BX Company needed to exchange marketing and project files among the PCs, so they installed a peer-to-peer network connecting all the PCs, and included their big honk'n Sun Enterprise Unix box in the network too. The PCs dumped the terminal emulation package and use telnet which allows them to act as terminals over the network - no more serial cables. Later they add a Linux box to the network to act as a file server, as an Intranet Web server and as a firewall for their DSL connection to the Internet.
LAN is a Huge topic and to know how it works you need to understand what it features are and in what ways a LAN can work like it can work in a Ring Network,Bus Network...It can be used With WAN from a larger to cover a small area,The transmission can be provided by the Token Passing Technique or the Carrier Sense Multiple Access/Collision Detection Technique...The OSI Layers...The hardwire and the software Required...and so On.
I think you can start from the basics to have a better understanding and don't miss out anything.Search in Google or better buy a Book on Networking.
A LAN is a Local Area Network...First you have a computer which links to a network which links to an Internet Service Provider(ISP) like DSL or Cable or somethingAnswerA LAN doesn't have to be connected to the Internet. Any group of computers in the same location that are networked together is a LAN. To be networked, each computer needs to have a NIC(Network Interface Card). This could be a wireless card or one adaptable to one of a number of wiring confirgrations. The networked computers also need to have their IP addresses set within a specific range so that they can "see" each other.
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A "LAN" stands for Local Area Network. It's just what it sounds like. A group of private computers that are connected by a common private network. If you have 2 computers in your home, and they are both connected to each other, either by cable or Wi-Fi, it is considered a LAN.
The World Wide Web is considered a WAN. Wide Area Network.
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LAN stands for local area network. A network is a group of two or more connected computers, and a LAN is a network contained within a small geographic area, usually within the same building. Home WiFi networks and small business networks are common examples of LANs.
Most LANs connect to the Internet at a central point: a router. Home LANs often use a single router, while LANs in larger spaces may additionally use network switches for more efficient packet delivery
A LAN network is local area network . LAN is used at a smaller level . LAN is used in small organizations.
LAN stands for Local Area Network. LAN switches work when switches are configured to limit broadcast levels. LAN switches are produced by the company Cisco.
You can modify the NetVX scripts pack to work with LAN.
lan stands for local area net work wan stands for wide area net work
Press escape while playing, and click the button that says "Open to Lan".
If you are trying to play with friends over the internet, LAN is not an option. Look for server hosting websites such as server.pro or aternos.me. LAN is for playing with others connected to the same router. In game, simply pause the game and press 'open to LAN' and the rest will be sorted.
No. The way LAN connections work is: Minecraft searches your network (what all computers in your home are connected to) for games to join. Through LAN connections you can't connect to anything outside of your network.
As the PlayStation 3 cannot generate a DHCP server, they cannot be connected directly together. However, both can be connected to a router and work as part of a LAN that way. Some games for the PlayStation 3 support LAN play.
You have to create a LAN within the company and keep it VPN. This will enable no other outsider to work on the LAN.
Lan-uv but lan-oo in northern dialects.
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