They are different of grouping some people together.
IP GROUPING could be controlled sometimes from an administrator outside that group of people.
in Work-group topology one of the group become a server and they don't need to be connected to the Internet.
please correct my information.
Huh...four years of networking school and a CCNA later, and I just can't understand this question.
I think it's user error.
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