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== Definition ==
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A '''network device''' is a piece of [[hardware]] that mediates [[data]] in a [[computer network]]. Common network devices include [[gateway]]s, [[router]]s, [[bridge]]s, [[switch]]es, [[hub]]s and [[repeater]]s.
 
A '''network device''' is a piece of [[hardware]] that mediates [[data]] in a [[computer network]]. Common network devices include [[gateway]]s, [[router]]s, [[bridge]]s, [[switch]]es, [[hub]]s and [[repeater]]s.
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Latest revision as of 20:56, 16 September 2021

Definition[]

A network device is a piece of hardware that mediates data in a computer network. Common network devices include gateways, routers, bridges, switches, hubs and repeaters.


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