A computer network consists of various devices for sharing, transmitting, and amplifying signals, speech, and data. Network devices or components are the physical parts connected to the network.
There are a large number of computer network management devices that are increasing every day. The main network devices are individual computers, servers, hubs, switches, bridges, routers, printers, modems, DSL modems and routers, gateways, cables, network interface cards, and wireless access points.
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CUSTOM COMPUTER: A personal computer is usually a desktop, workstation, or laptop computer. Personal computers are most often used in organizations or for personal use. The individual computer is the most common type of microcomputer.
SERVER: A server is a computer on the network that processes requests and is used to share data and resources between other computers on the network. The server stores all the necessary data and provides various services such as access to workstation computers, print sharing, internet sharing, disk space sharing, etc.
NETWORK INTERFACE CARD: A network interface card is attached to a computer or other network device and is used to provide connectivity between two computers. Each network card is specially designed for different types of networks such as Ethernet, FDDI, Token Ring, and wireless networks.
HUBS: Hub is the most simplistic network device. The function of the concentrator is radiation, i.e. Data is forwarded to all ports on the hub, regardless of whether or not it is destined for a particular network system.