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In this part of the assignment I will be explaining about the implementation of direct communication between two network devices. To implement the direct communication between two computers, you need to make sure the computer cables are connected correct

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Introduction In this part of the assignment I will be explaining about the implementation of direct communication between two network devices. ...read more.

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After you have restarted your computer, you will need to go control panel, network and Internet connection and then click on network connection. ...read more.

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On the window you will see the network you have set up. Once that is done you will need to test that the network is connected and working. ?? ?? ?? ?? Swadiq Mujahid Unit 8: Communication Technologies M3 Naresh ...read more.

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