Difference between server and bridge

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Difference between server and bridge
Explain the difference between server and bridge and explain the function of each 
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  • TheRealRaven
    The difference between server and bridge is "Everything." They're completely different kinds of things that have practically nothing in common except that you might find them both in the same networks.

    It's like listing differences between a doorbell and a kitchen sink. You might find both in a single house, but otherwise there's nothing in common; i.e., the difference is "Everything."

    The functions of each can be found through running the most basic of Internet searches.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    a Server is an instance of a computer program/ device that accepts and responds to requests made by another program, known as a client.

    While a bridge is built to connect the two land masses. In computer networking, a bridge serves the same purpose. It connects two or more local area networks/ LANs together. A bridge can transfer data between different protocols.

    But don't confuse bridge and router.

    Now analyze the two definitions & you can get functions of the both.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming you asked for bridge & gateway, if yes, please link here, https://searchstorage.techtarget.com/answer/The-difference-between-a-bridge-and-a-gateway
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