Difference between revisions of "Local and remote hosts"

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* A remote host is a computer which is accessed over a network. Remote hosts can be far away or very close. But they share a common characteristic of being accessed over a network.  
 
* A remote host is a computer which is accessed over a network. Remote hosts can be far away or very close. But they share a common characteristic of being accessed over a network.  
 
  
 
== Standards ==
 
== Standards ==

Revision as of 18:55, 30 June 2020

Web Science[1]

Any device that has established a connection to a network qualifies as a host[2]

  • In computer networking, a localhost is a hostname that means this computer. [3].
  • A remote host is a computer which is accessed over a network. Remote hosts can be far away or very close. But they share a common characteristic of being accessed over a network.

Standards[edit]

  • This topic doesn't cover a specific standard, but it is something you should you know.

References[edit]

a group or system of interconnected people or things.