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Category Archives: Computer Networks

Before learning about File Servers, we need to understand why it is introduced into computer networks. Different users within a network need file storage and… Read More
RDT 2.1 protocol is the successor of RDT 2.0. While transmitting data in the transport layer, the issue of reliable transfer of data persists, the… Read More
The reliable data transfer protocol 2.2 is the successor of RDT 2.1. The prominent change in the RDT 2.2 is the exclusion of Negative acknowledgment.… Read More
This program is available on all Microsoft Windows servers (usually port 5985) that have this feature enabled. Of course, only if you have the credentials… Read More
A multinational information technology company based in India, Infosys Limited offers business consulting, IT, and outsourcing services. Founded in Pune and headquartered in Bangalore, Infosys… Read More
Demilitarized zones, or DMZ for short, are used in cybersecurity. DMZs separate internal networks from the internet and are often found on corporate networks. A… Read More
ISATAP is a routable tunneling protocol developed by the IETF as an extension to IPv6, used in scenarios where no other encapsulation is available. It… Read More
Errors are common in digital signals because of noise in the transmission line. Due to this, the data sent by the sender will change and… Read More
Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) is a modulation technique that can be utilized in Analog modulation concepts and digital modulation concepts. It is a combination of… Read More
Distributed System is a collection of autonomous computer systems that are physically separated but are connected by a centralized computer network that is equipped with… Read More
Prerequisite: Introduction of  Firewall in Computer Network A firewall in a computer network functions as a barrier that prevents illegal entry to your computer’s connection.… Read More
REST or Representational State Transfer is an architectural style that can be applied to web services to create and enhance properties like performance, scalability, and… Read More
A business model called SECaaS, or Security as a Service, offers security to IT companies on a subscription basis. A superior security platform is provided… Read More
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL): It is an internet security protocol based on encryption. It was developed in the year 1996 by Netscape to ensure privacy,… Read More
The Signaling Connection Control Part (SCCP) is an improvement to the MTP Level 3 which is known to provide connection-oriented and connectionless services, and the… Read More

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