What is the difference between a router and a modem?
A router is a little box that permits different PCs to join a similar system.
While early switches gave a few Ethernet ports to wired associations, most present day switches offer remote availability also. These "remote switches" regularly have maybe a couple moveable recieving wires on the sides, however a few models house the radio wires inside the nook. Remote switches permit different PCs and different gadgets, for example, advanced cells and tablets, to join a similar system.
While interfacing with a switch gives access to a nearby system (LAN), it doesn't really give access to the 192.168.1.1 admin. All together for gadgets on the system to interface with the Internet, the switch must be associated with a modem. Along these lines, most switches have a particular Ethernet port that is intended to interface with the Ethernet port of a link or "DSL" modem.
A modem is a gadget that gives access to the Internet
The modem interfaces with your ISP, which regularly gives either link or DSL Internet benefit. Link modems have a coaxial (or "persuade") association, which is a similar sort of connector found on a TV or link box. This associates with a link port on the divider. DSL modems have a phone connector, additionally called a RJ-11 jack, which associates with a phone attachment on the divider.
By interfacing your modem to your switch (rather than straightforwardly to a PC), all gadgets associated with the switch can get to the modem, and in this manner, the Internet. The switch gives a nearby IP deliver to each associated gadget, however they will all have a similar outer 192.168.l.l router password.
To compress, the gadget association request is sketched out underneath:
PC or remote gadget
While the switch and modem are generally separate elements, now and again, the modem and switch might be consolidated into a solitary gadget. This kind of half breed gadget is now and again offered by ISPs to streamline the setup procedure.