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The network “point” connected to an Internet connection is often called a gateway because it acts as a
The path between the network and the outside world. Gates can be found in various forms, and
Hence the term is used loosely. In many cases the gateway to the network is where the router is located.

It interacts with the rest of the Internet. In other cases the term gateway may also be used to refer further
Compared to router. For example, in most residential WiFi networks connected to the Internet,
The term gateway refers to both the network AP and the router connected to the AP.
The two devices are usually packaged in one unit.

Networking and the Internet: Methods of the Communication Process
different tasks (or processes) working on different computers on the network (or even
Implementation on the same machine via Time Sharing/Multitasking) often need to communicate with each other
Coordinating their tasks and completing the tasks assigned to them. There is such a relationship between the processes this is called inter-process communication. A popular convention used for inter-process communication
Customer server model.

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This model defines the key roles of processes as performed by a customer.
Requests to other processes, or servers, serve up client requests.
An early client/server model application emerged over a network connecting all computers.
bunch of offices. In this scenario, a single, high-quality printer connects to the network located.

Available on all machines on the network. In this case, the printer plays the role of a server (often called
a print server), and other machines are designed to play the role of clients sending print requests
on the print server.

 

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