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Graves Net Terms

Graves Network and Internet Terms

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A group of connected computers that allow people to share information and equipment. Network
A network where the computers are all located in small area. LAN
A large network that has smaller computer networks located inside itself, often in a large area. WAN
A computer or device on a network that manages the network or its resources. Server
A computer that manages network traffic and access. Network Server
A computer and storage device dedicated to storing files – any user on the network can store files. File Server
A computer that manages one or more printers. Printer Server
The worldwide network of interconnected computers. Internet
Any device which a user uses to get access to computer networks and their resources. Client
A person who uses a server to control access to computer networks and their resources. Administrator
A person who uses a client device to access computer networks and their resources. User
A device that translates signals between computers and cable or phone lines. Modem
A company you can pay to allow you to access the Internet. Internet Service Provider
Communication through electronic systems that include wired and cellular telephone networks, cable networks, and satellite and radio networks. Telecommunication
A device that divides up access to networks among several machines. Can be wired or wireless. Router
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