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What are ‘client’ and ‘server’ in a network?

shivanisalavi00
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What are ‘client’ and ‘server’ in a network?

Clients and servers are isolated intelligent substances that cooperate over an organization to achieve an errand.

A client application is the component of correspondence that solicitations or solicitations an organization administration, for instance, getting to a page, or downloading a record, or sending an email.

A server application is the component of correspondence that answers client demands, offering the expected support, that is to say, sending the website page or the mentioned record or email.

The client-server model is utilized by PC applications like email, the Internet, and organization printing.

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frossa
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In a network, a client and a server are two basic entities that interact with each other to perform network services. A client is a program that sends a request to another program (server) to perform a task. It does not have to be a separate physical machine; it can be software running on the same device as the server. By the way, I wonder how many servers were needed for this project? A server, on the other hand, is a program that receives a request and provides a service. It waits for incoming requests and serves them as they arrive. Servers often run on dedicated machines that have the necessary resources to handle requests from multiple clients at the same time.
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