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networking. 11 years 9 months ago #6298

  • kkeera
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Is there any difference between,"networking hardware and hardware networking"If there is ,what is it,please.
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Re: networking. 11 years 9 months ago #6306

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No difference from where I come from ?
Sahir Hidayatullah.
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Hardware 11 years 9 months ago #6312

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Sounds the same on this continent too
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Re: networking. 11 years 9 months ago #6330

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I think networking hardware might refer to the equipment you use for your network while hardware network could refer to hard wired network as opposed to wireless.
I hope I am right. I have only applied my knowledge of The English Language to this question.
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Re: networking. 11 years 9 months ago #6354

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hi

i had to agree to lan2wan. networking hardware might probably refer to the materials (physical hardware) used to network while hardware networking could mean process of invoking a network into a system that could be both on the physical and logical aspects of things.

well, just out of curiosity, why ask such a question?... :roll:
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Re: networking. 11 years 9 months ago #6360

networking hardware means:-

1)Working with network interface cards

2) Selecting and installing a NIC

3)Working with network interface cards

Selecting and installing a NIC

4)Using hubs

Working with PC motherboards
Understanding processors and PC RAM

5) Working with hard drives

got it now????? :P

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