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Which type of connector does a network interface card use?
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You have to know that there are different network interfaces that are applicable to different network types. However, referring to the options in your questions, one of these interfaces is Ethernet RJ-45 connector.
The NIC is a circuit board or card that is installed in a computer so that it can be connected to a network. In addition, the NIC can use different types of connectors, one of them is the RJ-45.
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It is our pleasure to help you and other people. Anyhow, the connector type that a network interface card (NIC) use is the RJ-45.
Answer should be option C I think, if I make any mistakes please correct me, I’m a newbie.
I am sorry to say that, but your answer is wrong, it is the RJ-45, not the RJ-11. you can refer to my comment above.