ElmMac | Computer and IT-Networking for Small, Medium and Big Enterprises:
We do provide professional IT or Computer Networking for Small . Medium & Big Enterprises :
You can request any of the Following Network Services Listed below for Your business or company:
- Call Centre Setups
- Internet Cafes Setups
- Schools Computer Labs Setups
- Colleges & Universities Computer Labs Setups
- Industrial Networking
- Port Forwarding
- VoIP & VoIP Servers Setups
- Custom VoIP DIDs/Numbers Setups
- PBX Setups
- Servers Configurations
- Server Rooms Setups & Configurations
- Office Networking
- LAN . WAN
- Intranets & Extranets Networks
- CISCO Networking
- Network Architecture
- Network Security
- File Servers Setups & Configurations
A network connects computers, mobile phones, peripherals, and even IoT devices. Switches, routers, and wireless access points are the essential networking basics. Through them, devices connected to your network can communicate with one another and with other networks, like the Internet.
Switches, routers, and wireless access pointsSwitches, routers, and wireless access points perform very different functions in a network.
Switches are the foundation of most business networks. A switch acts as a controller, connecting computers, printers, and servers to a network in a building or a campus.
Switches allow devices on your network to communicate with each other, as well as with other networks, creating a network of shared resources. Through information sharing and resource allocation, switches save money and increase productivity.
There are two basic types of switches to choose from as part of your networking basics: managed and un-managed.
- An un-managed switch works out of the box but can’t be configured. Home-networking equipment typically offers un-managed switches.
- A managed switch can be configured. You can monitor and adjust a managed switch locally or remotely, giving you greater control over network traffic and access.
Routers connect multiple networks together. They also connect computers on those networks to the Internet. Routers enable all networked computers to share a single Internet connection, which saves money.
A router acts a dispatcher. It analyzes data being sent across a network, chooses the best route for data to travel, and sends it on its way.
Routers connect your business to the world, protect information from security threats, and can even decide which computers receive priority over others.
Beyond those basic networking functions, routers come with additional features to make networking easier or more secure. Depending on your needs, for example, you can choose a router with a firewall, a virtual private network (VPN), or an Internet Protocol (IP) communications system.
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