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Networking topics   related subject: Internet TCP/IP protocol, WIFI-WLAN, WLAN antennas
Bridge: Ethernet Bridges & Switches Bridge definition: interconnects LAN segments at the network interface layer level and forwards frames between them. A bridge performs the function of a MAC relay, and is independent of any higher layer protocol (including the logical link protocol). It provides MAC layer protocol conversion, if required. A bridge is said to be transparent to IP. That is, when an IP host sends an IP datagram to another host on a network connected by a bridge, it sends the datagram directly to the host and the datagram "crosses" the bridge without the sending IP host being aware of it, part of The IBM redbook TCP/IP protocol a tip, IBM TCP/IP protocol pdf file
Caching proxy servers how do proxies work, client/server
Datalink laag pdf file, in Dutch
DHCP understanding Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, DHCP
DNS Domain Name Service, DNS, the Domain Name System (DNS) is the method by which Internet addresses in mnemonic form such as are converted into the equivalent numeric IP address such as To the user and application process this translation is a service provided either by the local host or from a remote host via the Internet. The DNS server (or resolver) may communicate with other Internet DNS servers if it cannot translate the address itself
Dutch Security Information network networking and security, a tip
Ethernet ethernet IEEE 802.3 local area network technology, 10 Megabit per second, 100 Mbps fast Ethernet (802.3u), 1 gigabit ethernet (802.3z/802.3ab), 10 Gigabit ethernet system (802.3ae)
Ethernet network and the TCP/IP protocol an overview of an Ethernet network and the TCP/IP suite of protocols used to communicate across the network will be given
Frame relay encoding, encapsulation, framing and management methods
Frame relay overview frame relay is a synchronous HDLC protocol based network. Data is sent in HDLC packets, referred to as "frames"
Frame relay sourceBook pdf file
How network address translation works NAT, The NAT router translates traffic coming into and leaving the private network
How routers work routers are specialized computers that send your messages and those of every other Internet user speeding to their destinations along thousands of pathways
Internet protocol suite The Internet protocol suite is the set of communications protocols that implement the protocol stack on which the Internet and most commercial networks run, ...
Intranet overview
IPv6 en netwerken Internet protocol versie 6, in Dutch
ISDN by Dan Kegel
ISDN an introduction
ISDN ISDN, which stands for Integrated Services Digital Network, is a system of digital phone connections which has been available for over a decade. This system allows voice and data to be transmitted simultaneously across the world using end-to-end digital connectivity
ISDN how and why ISDN works
LAN Protocols What Is a LAN? LAN Protocols and the OSI Reference Model, LAN Media-Access Methods, LAN Transmission Methods, LAN Topologies, LAN Devices
LAN: topologies ppt file, part of Networking powerpoint presentations
LAN switching the term bridging refers to a technology in which a device (known as a bridge) connects two or more LAN segments. A bridge transmits datagrams from one segment to their destinations on other segments, part of Internetwork design guide from CISCO
IP addressing and subnetting
NAT & Private IP Address Ranges
NAT: Network Address Translation NAT
NAT: Network Address Translation NAT
NAT: how Network Address Translation works NAT, Network Address Translation, In computer networking, the process of network address translation (NAT, also known as network masquerading or IP-masquerading) involves re-writing the source and/or destination addresses of IP packets as they pass through a router or firewall, ...
Network calculators
Network calculators Subnet Mask Calculator, Network/Node Calculator, IP Address Converter, Subnet Mask Converter, Subnet Mask Inverter
Network commands Basic Network Commands, Ipconfig, Ping, nbtstat, net command, netstat command, nslookup, tracert, winipcfg command
Network commands Ipconfig, Ping, nbtstat, net command, netstat command, nslookup, tracert, winipcfg command
Network commands MS-DOS 7 - Network Commands, NETSTAT.exe TCP/IP Network Statistics, Displays protocol statistics and current TCP/IP network connections
Network commands netstat, aix, finger, ping, hosts, hostname, arp, ifconfig, netstat, a tip
Open Shortest Path First (OSPF) protocol (routing) an Interior Gateway Protocol used to distribute routing information within a single Autonomous System
OSI model How ISO works, Application Layer,  Transport Layer, Network Layer, Network Layer 2: congestion, Network Layer 3: IP, Network Layer 4:Multimedia, Data Link Layer 1: PointToPoint, Data Link Layer 2: LANs, Data Link Layer 3: Switching
OSI model Open Systems Interconnection (OSI)
OSI model click left on tutorials, scroll down
OSI model concepts the standard model for networking protocols and distributed applications is the International Standard Organization's Open System Interconnect (ISO/OSI) model. It defines seven network layers
OSI model, Understanding OSI
OSI model data communication
OSI layers model poster pdf file
Ping, winipcfg and other network commands ping, finger, whois, ipconfig, NBTstat, pathping, ...
Protocol numbers
Protocols data communications protocols, their functions in respect to the OSI model, the structure of the protocol and various errors and parameters
Protocols lists the most common data communications protocols in use today and indicates their function in respect to the OSI model. In particular, it provides information concerning the structure of the protocol (header, PDU, etc.), various errors and parameters, TCP / IP, IP, IPv6, TCP, UDP, MPLS, VoIP, H.323, MGCP, SIP, RTP, Cellular, UMTS, GPRS, CDMA, CDMA2000, GSM, WAP, a tip
Repeaters, hubs, bridges and switches repeaters, hubs, bridges and switches, pdf file
Repeaters, hubs, bridges and switches repeaters, hubs, bridges and switches
Routers Router definition: interconnects networks at the internetwork layer level and routes packets between them. The router must understand the addressing structure associated with the networking protocols it supports and take decisions on whether, or how, to forward packets. Routers are able to select the best transmission paths and optimal packet sizes. The basic routing function is implemented in the IP layer of the TCP/IP protocol stack, so any host or workstation running TCP/IP over more than one interface could, in theory and also with most of today's TCP/IP implementations, forward IP datagrams. However, dedicated routers provide much more sophisticated routing than the minimum functions implemented by IP, part of The IBM redbook TCP/IP protocol a tip
Token ring describes the token ring products and technologies offered by IBM, concentrating on adapters, hubs and switches. It provides some basic training in token ring technology, pdf file
Token ring Token Ring/IEEE 802.5, Physical Connections, Token Ring Operation, Priority System, Fault-Management Mechanisms, Frame Format
Token ring How Token Ring Works
Token ring physical layer How Token Ring Works
Virtual Private Networks Virtual Private Networks, pdf file
Virtual Private Networks (VPNs) What is a VPN
VPN a VPN securely transports IP packets across the Internet backbone by establishing tunnel endpoints that negotiate a common encryption & authentication scheme prior to transport. A VPN inexpensively connects networks together across the WAN and allows remote access to network services transparently and securely with the same degree of convenience and security as if users were locally connected to remote networks and hosts
VPN What is a VPN, pdf file
VPN: how virtual private networks work VPN
WAN Technologies What Is a WAN? Point-to-Point Links, Circuit Switching, Packet Switching, WAN Virtual Circuits, WAN Dialup Services, WAN Devices

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