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Pre-Requisite Types of Routing Static routing is a routing protocol that helps to keep your network organized and to optimize routing performance. It enables the… Read More
The main concept of configuring default routes is that it has the ability to handle packets transferred to networks not located in the routing table.… Read More
Pre-Requisite: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is an active routing protocol that operates hop count as a routing metric to find the… Read More
Prerequisite: Firewall A firewall is a hardware or software network security device that monitors all incoming and outgoing traffic based on a defined set of… Read More
Security of Wi-Fi can prevent unauthorized users from accessing Wi-Fi or anyone can steal data or any important information from the system so Wi-Fi security… Read More
Native VLAN is generally a dot 1Q conception elaborated for backward compatibility with devices that don’t endorse VLANs. Frames that are derived from the native… Read More
A subnet, or subnetwork, is a part of a larger network. Subnets are a logical part of an IP network into multiple, smaller network components.… Read More
Pre-requisite: Cisco Router basic commands. Routing is the method of selecting a network packet path over the Internet or between or through multiple networks. Routing… Read More
Network Time Protocol (NTP) is a protocol for synchronizing computer clocks on a network. This protocol is an application protocol responsible for synchronizing hosts on… Read More
Routing protocols are a set of rules which are used to define an optimal route between sources and destination systems in a network. Basically routing… Read More
End devices are the source and destination devices, which are used for data sent over any internet network. In order to determine one end device… Read More
DHCP is an Internet control protocol used to assign an IP address to any appliance, or node, on an internet network so they can transmit… Read More
Pre-requisite: Introduction of Variable Length Subnet Mask (VLSM) VLSM is a Variable Length Subnet Mask in which the subnet design uses more than one mask… Read More
Pre-Requisite: Routing Information Protocol (RIP) Routing Information Protocol (RIP) is an active routing protocol that operates hop count as a routing metric to find the… Read More
Pre-Requisite: Advantages and Disadvantages of Tree Topology In the tree topology of networking, the elements and devices are arranged like a tree structure and have… Read More

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