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Logical Differecne between LAN & WAN
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    Question Logical Differecne between LAN & WAN

    Hi,
    What is the logical diffrence between LAN & WAN? This question is asked by a company in Interview.They asked for what is logical difference betwwen LAN & WAN other than Router,lease line,Firewall etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saswata View Post
    Hi,
    What is the logical diffrence between LAN & WAN? This question is asked by a company in Interview.They asked for what is logical difference betwwen LAN & WAN other than Router,lease line,Firewall etc.
    Area they cover??

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    Ya....Area they covered..they asked for the logical difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saswata View Post
    Ya....Area they covered..they asked for the logical difference.
    Please do post on this forum if you find out.

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    Hi all,

    Please help me by answering the above quoted question . What is the logical difference between LAN & WAN?

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    . Logically, they are different in the TCP/IP architecture, and subnets.

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    Well in one simple statement, pre-router and post-router for starters.

    The WAN generally would include routable addresses whereas the LAN does not.

    HTH.

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