Network Connectivity

Network connectivity describes the extensive process of connecting various parts of a network to one another, for example, through the use of routers, switches and gateways, and how that process works.

We at BCK have the ability to make and maintain a connection between two or more points in a telecommunications system.

An example of this is connecting a home or office to the Internet or connecting a digital camera to a computer or printer.

Here is a brief description of the different types of network connections we work with;

Local Area Network (LAN)

A local network consists of a collection of devices located in close proximity to each other (such as in a house or an office building) connected to shared network equipment (like broadband routers or network switches) that the devices use to communicate with each other and with outside networks.

Dial-Up Networks

Dial-up network connections enable TCP/IP communications over ordinary telephone lines.

Virtual Private Network (VPN)

A virtual private network (VPN) consists of the hardware, software, and connections needed to support protected client-server network communications over public network infrastructure using a method called tunneling.