is soho and adhoc network is the same thing in peer to peer network
soho and adhoc
A SOHO (small office/home office) is a peer to peer networking model for small networks. In this network model, typically most or all resources are decentralized as opposed to the client/server model in which resources are centralized. Where these network models are alike is the fact that they will both require connectivity devices to allow hosts to communicate.
An adhoc network is a communication type (typically wireless) that is a property of the network adapter. When a wireless network adapter is configured in adhoc mode, the computer can talk directly (peer-to-peer) to any other wireless adapter in adhoc mode without needing to talk via a wireless access point. The mode common configuration of a wireless network adapter is infrastructure mode, with a wireless access point controlling communications.
Think of a SOHO as a peer-to-peer network model (decentralized)
Think of adhoc as a peer-to-peer communication type (property of the network adapter)
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