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    Can someone tell me what a typical business network looks like?

    I know we start with Internet. That goes into a router. The router connects
    to a switch. There are many 100 computers on a switch. Then another switch
    can be connected to that one if we've maxed that switch?

    I need help.



  2. Re: typical network

    From: "nick"

    | Can someone tell me what a typical business network looks like?
    |
    | I know we start with Internet. That goes into a router. The router connects
    | to a switch. There are many 100 computers on a switch. Then another switch
    | can be connected to that one if we've maxed that switch?
    |
    | I need help.
    |

    You need to describe and list you requirements.

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    Dave
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  3. Re: typical network

    On Thu, 27 Jul 2006 20:04:30 -0400, "nick" wrote:

    >Can someone tell me what a typical business network looks like?
    >
    >I know we start with Internet. That goes into a router. The router connects
    >to a switch. There are many 100 computers on a switch. Then another switch
    >can be connected to that one if we've maxed that switch?
    >
    >I need help.
    >


    Try this site. It has a few diagrams for you to check out.
    http://www.ratemynetworkdiagram.com/index2.php



    Grog




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