What is a LAN port used for?


Alternatively called an Ethernet port, the LAN (local area network) port is a connection that enables a computer to connect to a network using a wired connection. A LAN (local area network) port is located on a central processing unit of a computer.
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1. Plug one end of the first Ethernet cable into the computer's Ethernet port. 2. Plug the opposite end of the first Ethernet cable into the input port on the POE injector. 3. Plug
Speed will probably be the biggest issue. If you currently have a 100mb/s netowrk you'll drop to 10 mb/s using wireless.
All LanSchool normal traffic is on port 796 (0×031C) (either source or destination) LanSchool “status” traffic is sent to port 1053 (0×41D) Port Forwarding
what service are you using to send mail ? ports (the "standard" ones) are associated with services. For instance: smtp 25/tcp mail #Simple
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LAN ports are RJ-45 Ethernet sockets that are used to connect or cable together all client machines, servers and network devices on the local network to facilitate the transfer of data. LAN or Local Area Network refers to a computer network, which is confined to a limited geographical area.
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