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NAS vs Server: Which Is Right for You?

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Data storage is a vital part of any enterprise because it’s imperative to distribute data quickly and safely backup the vital information of the business. As your business grows, s

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What Is a LAN Switch and How Does It Work?

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With the dramatic increase in traffic and the faster CPU in computing operating systems, the LAN (Local Area Network) is becoming increasingly congested and overburdened. In order

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Gigabit Switch vs Fast Ethernet Switch: What Is the Difference?

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Not all network switches are created equal. Although there is a dazzling array of Ethernet switches with fancy feature sets, these switches can be judged by one primary factor: tra

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FS 24 Port Gigabit Switch Selection Guide

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Currently, Gigabit is the most popular interface speed for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), especially in a price-sensitive environment, although the 10 Gigabit Ethernet i

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MDI vs MDIX And Auto MDI/MDIX Basics

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MDI/MDIX are types of Ethernet interface (both physical and electrical/optical) in a computer network used to carry transmission. They must be connected using the right twisted pai

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How to Configure a VLAN via CLI and Web Interface?

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A VLAN is a Virtual Local Area Network that allows the network LAN to be segmented into more logical networks. A VLAN is usually composed of one or more Ethernet switches and is as

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RIP vs OSPF: What Is the Difference?

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The RIP and OSPF are two interior gateway protocols (IGP) that intensively used in computer networks to specify the best routes for data transmission. RIP (Routing Information Prot

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Voice VLAN Configuration Guidelines on Ethernet Switches

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In the IP based Ethernet networks, data and voice services are often transmitted simultaneously over the network. Voice traffic, in particular, requires a higher forwarding priorit

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IPv6 Address: Public vs Private

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As we know, every networking device must have an IP address to access the Internet. The IPv4 address space has been exhausted because many wireless and network-attached devices are

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DHCP and DNS: What Are They, What’s Their Difference?

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The DHCP and DNS are both created to make it easy for us to use networks or the Internet. However they are totally two different technologies in actual applications. The DHCP is a

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OSPF vs BGP: Which Routing Protocol to Use?

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Routing protocols represent a set of rules or algorithms that instruct routers on how to communicate with each other, so they can redirect traffic to the best path. There are sever

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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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