The interconnection of local area networks (LANs), normally through the use of routers.
The process of connecting multiple local-area networks to form a wide-area network (WAN). Internetworking between different types of networks is handled by a router.
The use of linking devices such as gateways, bridges & routers to connect network systems of same or varied configurations.
linking networks to make a bigger network
Connecting LANs across a WAN.
General term used to refer to the industry that has arisen around the problem of connecting networks together. The term can refer to products, procedures, and technologies.
TELUS Internetworking provides LAN-to-LAN connection services allowing data transport and capacity distribution among customer locations and/or access to the TELUS Internet backbone.
Connecting several networks together so workstations can address messages to the workstations on each of the other networks.
Combining a group of networks in such a way that they function as a single network, usually through interconnected routers and other devices.
Connecting different types of networks and computer systems.
Communication among devices across multiple networks.
The art and science of connecting individual local-area networks (LANs) to create wide-area networks (WANs), and connecting WANs to form even larger WANs. This may or may not involve a difference in signalling or protocol elements supported. Internetworking is accomplished with routers, bridges, and gateways.
Sharing data and resources from one network to another.
The process of connecting (or networking) together networks.
General term used to describe the industry composed of products and technologies used to link networks together.
Communication between any two types of networks (here circuit- and packet-switched) or end equipment
(1) Linking individual local area networks together to form a single internetwork. Sometimes called an enterprise network because it interconnects computer networks throughout the entire enterprise. (2) A method of linking hubs by repeating all packets from one hub to the other hub.
Internetworking involves connecting two or more distinct computer networks or network segments together to form an internetwork (often shortened to internet), using devices which operate at layer 3 of the OSI Basic Reference Model (such as routers or layer 3 switches) to connect them together to allow traffic to flow back and forth between them