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Category Archives: Computer Networks

A process is essentially a program in execution. The execution of a process should advance in a sequential design. A process is characterized as an… Read More
Cyber security deals with the safety of technology on computer systems. It is a branch of computers that regulate security measures to prevent risk and… Read More
Lightweight Remote Procedure Call is a communication facility designed and optimized for cross-domain communications in microkernel operating systems. For achieving better performance than conventional RPC… Read More
In this article, we will go through the concept of the Remote Procedure Call (RPC) and its working mechanism. RPC is an effective mechanism for… Read More
Structured stream transport is an experimental transport protocol that is similar to TCP (Transmission control protocol) that provides an organized, reliable byte-stream abstraction. SST enhances… Read More
In a host network, the Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (IGRP) is a proprietary distance vector routing protocol that is used to exchange routing information. Cisco… Read More
The computer network is a system in which multiple computers are connected to each other to share information and resources. They share resources from one computer… Read More
HSRP, VRRP, and GLBP all are First Hop Redundancy Protocols and network-layer protocols which are used to provide redundancy in the network. The main purpose… Read More
Cyber Security is the branch of computer technology that deals with the security of the virtual cloud and internet. Any information that is stored or… Read More
Many cyber-attacks take place by exploiting the weaknesses in the network. ARP poisoning is also one such cyber-attack. It exploits the Address Resolution Protocol (ARP)… Read More
The implementation of SDN varies very much from the conventional network. In traditional networking, the data packet forwarding and routing happen in the same device.… Read More
In the early 80s PCs became more popular and easily accessible to the general population, this also led to the increased use of computers in… Read More
In the seven-layer OSI model, the hubs are broadcast devices that operate on layer-1 in half-duplex mode, so only one device can transfer data at… Read More
TCP users communicate with each other by sending packets. The packet contains data and other information about the source and destination and other TCP variables.… Read More
Congestion occurs when packets’ arriving rate is faster than packets forwarding speed. The router has input and output ports. Thus congestion can happen at any… Read More