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Private  Networks

The information routes from one networks  to another  network through  a leased line. If an  organization needs privacy  can use a private networks  or networks. Employees  of the organization can  send data to  one another that information is totally remain inside  the organization and secure from  outsiders  description of private  networks. The LAN are connected to each  other using routers and one  leased line.

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