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Posted 07 May 2007 - 07:02 AM
Bridging hooks the network adapters together - so if they both get a connection then you can take advantage of both signals. In practice tho', it's been more of a PITA than it's worth for me.
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Mainly, a bridge segments a LAN into 2 segments(2 smaller networks) the advantage is that it minimizes the trafic by allowing only the appropriate packets into the second segment.
A switch is a Multiport bridge.
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Hi Jessie, about work groups a workgroup is a collection of computers that share resources. Normally, workgroups are composed of the computers within a a small company and each computer can share resources with all other computers. have you had a look at Wikipedia many answers can be found there http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:About