Browsing articles in "Networking Terms"
Jun
8
2014

What is a spyware?

Computer spyware: Spyware is a spy software who, without your knowledge, can recover data on your PC and monitor your internet activity, including what is typed on your keyboard.  Presence of spyware can cause serious technical damage: the “crashes” to repeat your computer with data loss, system slowdowns, or opening security holes on your computer.   How Spyware are […]

Jun
8
2014

What is computer Trojan?

what are Trojans? A computer software that perform malicious operations without the knowledge of the user are called Trojan. A Trojan is a hidden software that executes commands, which usually gives access to the computer on which it is running by opening a backdoor.   Effects of Trojan: Recovery of passwords or other confidential data on infected computer. Joint […]

Jun
8
2014

What is Social Network?

Social Network Definition: A social network is a group of people united by a social bond. In the late 1990s, social networks have appeared on the Internet, bringing together people through personalized services exchanges, each of which can decide to read messages from one or another user. Read more Social Media Essay Facebook, twitter, instagram  are best […]

Jun
8
2014

What is Computer Network?

Computer network is the collection of all hardware and software used for communication between computers, workstations or computer terminals. Examples of computer networks Examples of computer networks LAN of any office, Banking networks of bank within city or country which includes computer systems, ATMs Internet is another biggest example Types of computer network LAN: Local area network WAN: wide […]

Aug
12
2013

Wireless LAN Standards | 802.11a vs 802.11b vs 802.11g

The main standard for wireless LAN is the 802.11. WLAN applications include inside-building access, LAN extension, outside building-to building communications, public access, and small office/home office communications. Some of the famous standards that are used in wireless communication are: 802.11 Wireless Standard: 802.11 is for wireless local area network standard and the original 802.11 standard […]

Aug
12
2013

Network management Design and Solution | CCDA

Once your network is design and deployed, then it must be managed by the operations team. Network management tools are used to gather operating statistics and to manage devices. Statistics are gathered on WAN bandwidth utilization, router CPU and memory utilization, and interface counters. In a large network you need proper network management to control […]

Aug
12
2013

Designing an IPv6 Network

As a CCDA candidate you need to have high level understanding of IPv6, specification and IPv6 design issues.  Also must understand how an IPv6 address is represented and the different types of IPv6 addresses. Why we need IPv6? IPv6 is a mechanism that is really put together to overcome the limitation of IPv4 standard. The […]

Aug
11
2013

IPv6 Types and Allocations

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IPv6 types of Addresses Following are the most common types of the IPv6 addresses: IPv6 Unicast IPv6 Anycast IPv6 Multicast The leading bits of an IPv6 address can define the IPv6 address type, following are the starting Hexadecimal/Prefix of common IPV6 types: Starting Bits IPv6 address  type or allocation 0000::/8 Unspecified, loopback, IPv4-compatible 2000::/3 Global Unicast […]

Aug
11
2013

IPv6 Vs IPv4 | IPv6 Comparison with IPv4

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Difference between IPv4 and IPv6: Following are the some key features of IPv4 and IPv6 address, with these features you can compare these two version of internet protocols. We have the extended address space in IPv6, IPv4 is of 32 bits and IPv6 is of 128 bits Ipv6 addresses are globally unique. Fixed header length: […]

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