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Introduction The phrase “networking” refers to a wide area of study that is much too extensive to be covered by a single …

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Introduction The production of value for a company is represented by software development. Software is a vital technical aspect in the current …

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TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) When we get to the Transport layer, we first encounter TCP. TCP is a guaranteed delivery protocol, while …

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In this article, we explain different kinds of topologies in both wired and wireless networks. We will also have a brief look …

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Introduction With CompTIA Network+, you can select the direction and, eventually, how much money you may make in the IT support field. …

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Default Gateway A router connection is required for each TCP/IP LAN that wishes to connect to another TCP/IP LAN. This important rule …

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Introduction IPv4 addresses are 32-bit numbers represented in dotted decimal notation (four base ten numbers separated by three dots), as follows: 192.168.5.23 …

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Almost every router on the market today can block packets depending on their port number or IP address, but these are basic …

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IPv6 is here now, and will only get more and more prevalent as each day goes by. Needless to say, mastering IPv6 …

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Routing Routes in routing tables are created in one of two ways: manually inserted or dynamically discovered by the router. Static routes …

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Layer 2 switches provide some innovative network traffic classification, separation, and management configurations. STP avoids switching loops by breaking up broadcast domains …

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Certain characteristics may be used to identify network traffic. What occurs before the communication is sent, and who hears it, for example. …

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