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wide area network definition

Wide area network definition WANs are large communication networks that connect locations over a wide geographical area, including cities, states, countries, and continents. Enterprise WANs are often built for one organization and are usually private. Often, they’re created using leased lines involving a direct point-to-point connection between two private sites. A leased line is a direct connection between two points set up by a telecommunications carrier, like a T-1 channel. And while they resemble Local Area Networks (LANS) a great deal, WANs are structured and operate quite differently. More Info:

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