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Internet technical  related subject: Datacommunication
404 research lab 404 not found messages, Status Code Definitions
404 Error Message 404 Error Message
ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) click left on tutorials, scroll down
DNS DNS: Domain Name System
DNS IP addresses are difficult to remember, typing IP addresses is very errorprone, and IP addresses contain no intuitively understandable information. All these problems are solved by the Domain Name System (DNS). The DNS is a system to map between hostnames and IP addresses, these hostnames are sometimes called 'friendly names'
DNS resources directory Domain name servers translate domain names to IP addresses, every time you use a domain name, you use the Internet's domain name servers (DNS) to translate the human-readable domain name into the machine-readable IP address
Domain extensions understanding domain extensions
Domain name system security extensions describes extensions of the Domain Name System (DNS) protocol to support DNS security and public key distribution, a tip
Don't Click Dontclick.it explores a clickfree environment. It wants to explore how and what changes for the user and the interface once you can't rely on the habit of clicking
Emoticons list smileys
How a webpage works have you ever wondered how a web page works? pdf file
How a webpage works
How a webpage works Web page creation and design
How domain name servers work take a look at the DNS system so you can understand how it works and appreciate its amazing capabilities
How E-mail works
How E-mail works electronic mail
How network address translation works
How ping works training-exercise you are going to learn and practice some basic, simple but very informative network diagnostics using PING, PING is an application that makes use of the Internet Control Message Protocol (ICMP) protocol, and allows the user to test the reachability of another host
Internet Connection Sharing ICS a tip
Internet country codes list of international URL suffixes
Internet landcodes een URL (uniform resource locator) ofwel internetadres bestaat uit een aantal kenmerkende delen ..., a tip
Net etiquette "Netiquette" is network etiquette, the do's and don'ts of online communication. Netiquette covers both common courtesy online and the informal "rules of the road" of cyberspace
Nextgen datacommunication tutorials, click left on tutorials, scroll down, a tip
OSI model, Understanding OSI
Protocol the most common data communications protocols in use today with 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
Protocol numbers and assignment services unique parameters and protocol values necessary for operation of the Internet and its future development.  Types of numbers range from unique port assignments to the registration of character sets
Search engines ppt file
Sharing a Cable/DSL connection
Subnet calculator
Traceroute with TRACEROUTE a user can discover the path in the Internet along which IP packets travel from a source host to a destination host
URL in Dutch
URLs explained Uniform Resource Locator, or URL, is a fancy name for address. Each file on the Internet has a unique URL. The first part of the URL is called the protocol. It tells the browser how to deal with the file that it is about to open. One of the most common protocols you will see it HTTP, or Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The second part of the URL is the name of the server where the file is located, followed by the path that leads to the file and the file's name itself
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