The following best describes a wired network: They are easier to secure than wireless networks. They use Ether?
The following best describes a wired network:
1. They are easier to secure than wireless networks.
2. They use Ethernet cables.
3. All of these
4. They might involve difficult wiring scenarios.
The answer is 3.
1 is correct because a wired network means you have to physically be connected to it. You have to physically be where the network is. You have to physically come to the network and plug into it. With a wireless network, I could be outside of your building, or down the street and still try to connect. Even if you had it secured, WEP can now to cracked in 5-10 minutes. If you choose WPA over WEP, it still took you longer to configure the security than that of a wired network.
2 is obvious. You use an ethernet cable to connect a device to the network.
3 is the correct answer.
4 is correct because it *MIGHT* involve difficult wiring, such as routing cables through the walls, under raised floors, up several flights to the top floor of your building, etc.
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