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What Is No Connection in Network Switches?

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A switch is an electronic device used to open or close an electrical circuit, when the stationary metal connectors come into contact with the movable metallic contact the switch is said to be connected otherwise there is no connection.
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A network switch is a computer networking gadget that connects network segments within a local area networks (LAN). This allows inter-computer communication and access to the internet, without connecting or linking it to the network switch.
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1. Connect one end of the crossover cable to a port on one of the network switches. 2. Connect the other end of the crossover cable to the other network switch. 3. Power on both switches
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Network Switch is a splitter. Using network switch single connection can be splitted into many lines. Network switch is used to share internet connection.
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There are typically 5 to 24 ports on a network switch, though real high end switches can house more. Internally the ports are connected with copper wires.
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