Browsing articles in "Networking Terms"
Aug
6
2013

TFTP Trivial File Transfer Protocol

What is TFTP? TFTP is a  Simple File Transfer Protocol ) is a TCP / IP protocol suite for simple file transfer between server and client machines and it use the UDP port  69. TFTP is currently defined in RFC 1350. TFTP is designed to be small and easy to implementso it does not have many of the […]

Aug
6
2013

TFTP VS FTP | differences between FTP and TFTP

Cloud vs FTP difference

TFTP and FTP are file transfers protocols and have the following differences: TFTP FTP TFTP protocol does not verify the client’s permission. FTP requires client authentication. TFTP protocol generally used for LAN and remote UNIX computers. Usually FTP protocol is used for the Internet. TFTP use the UDP port 69.  FTP listens on TCP port […]

Aug
6
2013

what is Numbering Plan? PSTN Dial Plan

Numbering plans are the fundamental for routing the voice calls through PSTN metric. The numbering plans areused to routing different voice calls with different numbering plans. ITU-T E.164 standard is used for creating different numbering plan in USA.North American Numbering Plan (NANP) is also known as “1+10” and is consist of following format. NXX-NXX-XXXX Where […]

Aug
6
2013

PSTN Public Switched Telephone Network

What is PSTN? PSTN is a global telephone system that providing the telephone services to local and corporate or business users. PSTN is a collection of different PSTN switches and other device of different ISPs that connects residential and business users. You can also connect yourdistant office’s PBXand telephones with PSTN network. PSTN is running […]

Aug
6
2013

PCM: Pulse code modulation

What is PCM? PCM is process of converting analog voice single into digital data. Several things happen during the process of PCM. Analog telephone is the example of PCM. Wherever we speak in a phone it collect the analog single and at PCM box it filter out any noise and goes for a sampling process. […]

Aug
6
2013

PBX: Private Branch Exchange

What is PBX? PBX is used for providing the telephony service within an organization or office. PBX are business phone systems that provides different features like voice mail, call forwarding, call waiting, call transfer,  call conferencing, call history, call recording etc. PBX is mainly a digital device that use 64k fixed circuits call T1 or […]

Jul
24
2013

When to use IS-IS?

intermediate system to intermediate system IS-IS

why we use IS-IS? IS-IS is suppose to be perfect protocol for large environment, LAN and Point to point environment. Like the OSPF protocol intermediate system to intermediate system (IS-IS) is also a link state routing protocol with fast convergence. ISIS uses the OSI protocols and CLNP address for communication among each other. IS-IS also […]

Jul
23
2013

When to use OSPF | why use Open shortest path first?

Why we use OSPF as a Routing Protocol? OSPF works great in different WAN environments like  point to point, non broad cost multi-access, point to multipoint, frame-relay and in LAN environment. OSPF is also a great routing protocol for dialup scenarios and in heterogeneous organization which use to own different companies or business having with […]

Jul
22
2013

When to use EIGRP why use Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol?

EIGRP

why we use EIGRP? Enhance interior Gateway routing protocol was a Cisco proprietary protocol, but this premise that EIGRP is a Cisco proprietary protocol does not hold true anymore. EIGRP is suitable to use in medium to large networks. Following are some key features for help you to choosing EIGRP as your routing protocol.  EIGRP is an advanced […]

Jul
22
2013

When to use RIP why use Routing information protocol?

RIP

RIP Features..! Routing information protocol is most commonly deployed routing protocols, most of the operating windows, Linux and novel system use RIP. Routing information protocol is normally suitable for small office, medium office, branch office environment and flat networks. RIP is an interior routing protocol and used in inter-domain environment.  RIP have following three versions: […]

Jul
21
2013

Network Traffic Management | CCDA

Analyzing Application Traffic: Analyzing and management of application traffic is another important aspect of switching network, and must have to be managed it properly for good performance of the network. For application traffic we have the 20/80 rule and according to this rule our 20% traffic is local traffic that remains within our access network […]

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