This model are broadly used network model. In Client-Server Network, Clients and server are differentiated, Specific server and clients are present. In Client-Server Network, Centralized server is used to store the data because its management is centralized.In Client-Server Network, Server respond the services which is request by Client.
This model does not differentiate the clients and the servers, In this each and every node is itself client and server. In Peer-to-Peer Network, Each and every node can do both request and respond for the services.
Difference between Client-Server and Peer-to-Peer Network:
|S.NO||Client-Server Network||Peer-to-Peer Network|
|1.||In Client-Server Network, Clients and server are differentiated, Specific server and clients are present.||In Peer-to-Peer Network, Clients and server are not differentiated.|
|2.||Client-Server Network focuses on information sharing.||While Peer-to-Peer Network focuses on connectivity.|
|3.||In Client-Server Network, Centralized server is used to store the data.||While in Peer-to-Peer Network, Each peer has its own data.|
|4.||In Client-Server Network, Server respond the services which is request by Client.||While in Peer-to-Peer Network, Each and every node can do both request and respond for the services.|
|5.||Client-Server Network are costlier than Peer-to-Peer Network.||While Peer-to-Peer Network are less costlier than Client-Server Network.|
|6.||Client-Server Network are more stable than Peer-to-Peer Network.||While Peer-to-Peer Network are less stable if number of peer is increase.|
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