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a network allows computers to communicate and exchange data

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How to add a node to the Ethereum Network Status page?

How to add a node to the Ethereum Network Status page? Does that not happen automatically? What is required to get listed on that page?
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What is an Enode ID in Ethereum?

What is the definition of an Enode ID or Enode URI? What is it used for and how is it made?
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How can I check which network I'm working on?

When I start eth I get the following header: $ eth (++)Ethereum Beware. You're entering the Frontier! [...] I think i followed the instructions for working on a private network (because i just want ...
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How to connect an ethereum node to a random testnet?

How to connect an ethereum node (eth, geht, pyeth) to a random testnet and what do the network IDs stand for. Are there network IDs I should not use because they are maybe used elsewhere or reserved?
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What is Olympic, Frontier and Morden? [duplicate]

I see some clients accept the command line argument --frontier or --olympic. Is 'Frontier' more than just a name? What does it stand for? And how does it differ from 'Olympic' and 'Morden'? What are ...