What is a Wide Area Network (WAN)?
A Wide Area Network (WAN) is a computer network covering a broad geographical area, often connected through public networks—such as the telephone system or leased lines—and interconnecting multiple systems or networks over large or even unlimited distances. The largest WAN in existence is the Internet.
LEARN MORE ABOUT Wide Area Network (WAN) AND RELATED TECHNOLOGIES
- Best Practices for Successful IP Address Management (IPAM) – White Paper
- Top Reasons Why Enterprises Must Automate DNS, DHCP and IPAM – White Paper
- Infoblox IP Address Management – Visibility, Control & Automation – White Paper
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