Types of Networks

Mainly there are (3) three types of networks: LAN (Local Area Network), MAN (Metropolitan Area Network) and WAN (Wide Area Network). The home networks can be setup using two or more computing devices interconnected to form a Local Area Network (LAN) within the home. There are 5 (Five) types of home networks which are as follows:

Considering the above mentioned networks a conclusion can be drawn by first making a choice between wired or wireless network on the basis of reliability, security, range, speed and price. Direct Cable connection though the cheapest may practically be infeasible as the network can only be possible if the computers are in the same room.

Next considering the Ethernet though satisfy all the factors but as the hardware installation is tedious thus extending the networking may become a tiring process also may increase the overall cost. Further, considering the AC network though an elegant solution by reusing the existing networking resources but the cost incurred would be the maximum amongst all the other networks. This leaves RF Network and Phoneline network as major contenders of the home network, now considering the cost factor RF may seem to be a clear winner but lacks reliability and security as interference from other wireless network can easily distort the network thus bring it down. Therefore, the best suited network for home environment is the Phoneline Network.

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