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advantages of using routers

advantages of using routers

advantages of using routers


I would like some info on the advantages and disadvantages of using routers to connect a privat computer to a windows NT network.


RE: advantages of using routers

I need to know what you mean by a 'private' computer to
a NT network.
Please elaborate on what your network is like now. Are you
using routers right now? How many people (users) and servers
are on your network? How does your network get its internet


RE: advantages of using routers

First of all, thanks for taking the time to answer.
The privat computer is a stand alone PC, in the network there is only one server.
There is only a router in the network. We use the router to go on the internet.
I hope you have enough information to help me out.

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