What is a hub?


In a network context, a hub is a central connecting point where data arrives and is forwarded on in different directions.

Hubs are often used to connect different parts of a local area network (LAN).

It is a basic piece of networking equipment which receives network traffic, or frames, on one port and forwards this traffic to all of the other ports on the network.

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