what is a router and explain different types of a router?


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carter lee answered

The Router is a communication network and connects to two different computer. A Router is the high-speed data transmission medium.The router comes via broadband connection, information access router and distributes it on your computer. The router selects the path for packets so that you can get information. Router MultiUser tools are more sophisticated than reporter and bridges. The router also supports encryption, such as filtering and pulling. They work on the OSI model's physical, data link, and network layers.A router in a computer network it has a routing table that enables it to make decisions about the path to determine that many potential paths between the source and the destination are best for a particular transmission. The router is a like bridge they learn itself because they can communicate their world with other devices and learn the existence of new routers nodes and lanes. These tables are dynamic routing and updated using routing protocol.

Types of a router:

Wireless router:-

A wireless router connects to your modem and creates a wireless signal in your home or office. Therefore, any computer access router within the range can connect to your wireless router and use its broadband internet for free. The only way for any person to connect to your system is to secure your router. To secure your wireless router, you have to come back safely with a password or get your IP address. After that, you will enter your router with a user ID and password, which will come with your router. A warning about a wireless router. Make sure you keep them safe, or you will be susceptible to hackers and identity thieves. To secure your router and get your IP address.user ID and password will come with your router.

Broadband router:-

Thebroadband router can be used for many different types of things. They can be used to connect to two different computers to the Internet. They can also be used to make phone connections.If you use internet over phone and Voice over IP technology (VoIP) you need a broadband router interface. These are often a special type of modem ADSL. Which will have both Ethernet and phone jack. Although it may seem a bit misleading just follow the instructions by sending your VoIP provider with your broadband router generally you will have to buy the type’s of a router from the market and to get the service.

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Jone Davies answered

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Karl Sagan answered

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Adam Akim answered

The two major components in a small computer network are a modem (cable or DSL) and a wireless router. The router is wired to the modem, and the modem is wired to the cable company's coaxial cable or the telephone company's DSL phone line. For Internet access via satellite, the router is wired to a satellite modem.

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