The network architecture of a cyber café must be robust to better serve customers!
A cybercafé is a place where people are offered access to the Internet. In some countries, it is one of the means of access for a part of the population to public data (when it is available online), and to certain public services or to network games.
Cybercafés were initially dedicated to Internet access: accessing the Web, messaging and chat – with microphone and headset. But more and more activities are being added: it is often possible to scan or print documents, and some of them also allow you to play network games with other clients on the local network or on the Internet.
The size of the cybercafés varies from at least 1 PC to more than 200 PCs depending on the need.
In the video below, I propose a network architecture of a cyber café.
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