I'm trying to wrap my head around the differences between the 2 resources on the EOS network: NET and RAM.
My understanding is that "NET" represents the share of the entire EOS blockchain that we are entitled to use to store "data" in a "transient" manner based on the amount of EOS tokens we've staked (i.e. the more EOS tokens we stake, the more network capacity we are allowed to use) whereas "RAM" is a scarce resource dedicated to storing data of our account in a "persistent" manner.
Based upon the above understanding, I'm a bit confused about the following points:
What are the differences between the types of data to be stored on "NET" and "RAM"?
If the data stored on "NET" is transient in nature, where will the data go after it's "gone" (i.e. after the "NET" capacity is "regenerated") ?
Where exactly are those pieces of data for NET and RAM stored?
I would appreciate it if you could help me clarify on the above points.