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OSPF vs BGP: Which Routing Protocol to Use?

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Routing protocols are a set of rules or algorithms that instruct routers to communicate with each other, so they can send traffic on the best selected path. There exist several dif

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LACP vs PAGP: What’s the Difference?

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In order to create maximum availability and stability for networks, link redundancy or redundant links are emphasized by enterprises and data centers when deploying networks. Ether

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What’s iSCSI Storage and How to Plan an iSCSI SAN?

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Now massive data has been generated everyday which need to be safely stored and economically managed so that they can be available to users when required. Thus there appears variou

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How to Understand IP Address and Subnet Mask?

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TCP/IP (Internet Protocol) is a suite of communication protocols used to interconnect network devices (router, 10gbe switch and etc) on the internet. And an IP address, subnet mask

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DHCP vs Static IP: What’s the Difference?

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Nowadays, most networking devices such as routers or network switches use IP protocol as the standard to communicate over the network. In the IP protocol, each device on a network

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EIGRP vs OSPF: What’s the Difference?

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EIGRP and OSPF are two common routing protocols specifying how routers or data switches communicate with each other. Though they both base on routing algorithms to find the best pa

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What Is a PoE Injector And How to Use It?

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PoE (Power over Ethernet) technology has earned itself great reputations by improving network agility and scalability in an efficient way. While capable of delivering power and dat

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SD WAN vs MPLS: Pros and Cons

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With the increasing demand for cloud-based applications, ballooning bandwidth needs, and expanding branch offices, enterprises and service providers are reconsidering how wide area

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IP Storage and IP Storage Switch Basis

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In the past, the most common storage media was a dedicated Fibre Channel network that connected computer data storage to servers. Now, as trends such as the Internet of Things, clo

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VPN vs MPLS: What’s the Difference?

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Data secure becomes more and more important for enterprise and data center networks now. Thus keeping data safe is imperative when it is stored, processed or transmitted among netw

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TAP Aggregation: A Key Monitoring Tool for Network

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Getting 100% traffic visibility of network is fundamental to business success. And implementing a network TAP is proven one of the best methods to get data from your network and in

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IPv4 vs IPv6: What’s the Difference?

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IP (Internet Protocol) is a set of technical rules that defines how networking devices such as computers, laptops or fiber switches locate and communicate over a network. To put th

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