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  • What is RIP protocol? The versions of RIP

    What is RIP protocol? The versions of RIP

    Posted: 2020/03/13 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    RIP, which stands for Routing Information Protocol, is a routing protocols based on the distance-vector which employ the hop count as a routing metric. RIP prevents routing loops by implementing a lim ...
  • Common Types of Wireless Network

    Common Types of Wireless Network

    Posted: 2020/03/13 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    Types of wireless network:1. Wireless PAN(Wireless personal area networks),2. Wireless LAN(Wireless local area network),3. Wireless MAN(Wireless metropolitan area network),4. Wireless WAN(Wireless wid ...
  • The Different Types of Modems

    The Different Types of Modems

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    There are many different types of modem and the one for you will depend on the exact needs of your network. Modems 1.External modemAn external modem is a standalone modem that does not contai ...
  • Router vs. Modem: Main Difference between Router and Modem

    Router vs. Modem: Main Difference between Router and Modem

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    router is a networking device that forwards data packets between computer networks.modem (modulator-demodulator) is that modulates one or more carrier wave signals to encode digital information for t ...
  • What is a layer 3 switch? A layer 3 switch vs. a router

    What is a layer 3 switch? A layer 3 switch vs. a router

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    What is a layer 3 switch? A layer 3 switch vs. a router. What is a layer 3 switch A Layer 3 switch, also a multilayer switch, combines the duties of a switch and a router. It acts as a swi ...
  • What is a modem and what does a modem do?

    What is a modem and what does a modem do?

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    What is a modem and what does a modem do?A modem is a hardware device that allows a computer to send and receive data over a telephone line or a cable or satellite connection. Cisco modem In th ...
  • Types of networks: Main 5 types of computer networks

    Types of networks: Main 5 types of computer networks

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    A network is defined as a group of two or more computer systems linked together. There are many types of computer networks, the common types of area networks including those five:&n ...
  • Hub vs. Switch vs. Router

    Hub vs. Switch vs. Router

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    The functions of the three devices — the router, switch and hub — are all quite different from one another, even if at times they are all integrated into a single device. Which device do you use when ...
  • Basic Configuration Commands of OSPF Configuration

    Basic Configuration Commands of OSPF Configuration

    Posted: 2020/03/12 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    OSPF (Open Shortest Path First) is an Interior Gateway Protocol (IGP). How to configure the OSPF? We collect 11 basic configuration commands here. OSPF Configuration 1. Configure LOOPBACK Por ...
  • Can Two Routers Be Used on the Same Home Network?

    Can Two Routers Be Used on the Same Home Network?

    Posted: 2020/03/09 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    It is possible to utilize two (or even more than two) routers on the same home network. The benefits of a two-router network include. Router · Support for more wired devices: If your ...
  • Routing protocol: OSPF vs. RIP

    Routing protocol: OSPF vs. RIP

    Posted: 2020/03/09 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    Both of OSPF and RIP are the routing protocols. Concept RIP is a distributed distance vector based routing protocol. OSPF is a distributed link-state routing protocol. Working Pr ...
  • Access point vs. Bridge: What is the difference

    Access point vs. Bridge: What is the difference

    Posted: 2020/03/09 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    As we know, an access point (abbreviation ‘AP’) is a networking hardware device that allows a Wi-Fi device to connect to a wired network. The AP usually connects to a router (via a wired network) as ...
  • What is a WAN in Networking

    What is a WAN in Networking

    Posted: 2020/03/09 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    What is a WAN A WAN, in the networking, is the Wide Area Network, also named Long Haul Network. WAN can cover up to thousands of kilometers, connecting several cities or countries. Furthermore, it ...
  • Cisco Eos and Eol Document Download

    Cisco Eos and Eol Document Download

    Posted: 2020/03/09 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    This table show you some Eos & Eol documents of Cisco routers, switches, firewalls, IP phones, Access points, modules and software. You can download whichever you want. Cisco Logo CategoryE ...
  • The Simplest BGP Configuration

    The Simplest BGP Configuration

    Posted: 2020/03/09 | Categories: FAQ/ Routers

    What is BGP? Autonomous system refers to the entire network of all IP networks and routers under the jurisdiction of one (sometimes multiple) entity. They implement common routing policies for the ...
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