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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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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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