What is the Role of a Modem in Computer Networking.Published: June 18, 2020, 1:54 a.m. in Modem, Networking by Emil S.
A modem transforms data into a signal so that it can be sent and received over a cable, phone line, or satellite connection. A modem is an asynchronous tool that is capable of transmitting data in the form of small packets. Once the data is received, the system that secures ...Continue reading
Wireless Ad Hoc Network Explained.Published: June 17, 2020, 8:54 a.m. in Networking, Wireless Network by Emil S.
Typical wireless networks follow an organized infrastructure method where all devices connect to one access point, usually a Wi-Fi router, and communicate with the network through that router. That means all data traffic goes through the router before being distributed to the devices intended to receive it. It happens even when ...Continue reading
Why Do Wi-Fi Connections Drop?Published: April 5, 2020, 1:44 p.m. in Network Issues, Networking, WiFi / Wi-Fi by Emil S.
There are numerous reasons why your Wi-Fi connections get a weak signal all of a sudden, the connection drops off, or you may even lose the connection for a while. Here is a list of some of the most common reasons why Wi-Fi connections drop and the solutions that you can do to fix ...Continue reading
Wireless Protected Access 2 (WPA2): An overviewPublished: April 4, 2020, 6:43 a.m. in WEP, Networking, WPA, Reviews, WPA2 by Emil S.
Generally used on Wi-Fi wireless networks, the WPA2 or also known as Wi-Fi Protected Access 2, is a technology for the security of your system. WPA2 was developed from the technology of WPA and designed to replace the previous and less secured WEP. Since 2006, it has been used in ...Continue reading
Virtual LAN (VLAN) Explained.Published: April 3, 2020, 12:28 p.m. in Networking, VLAN, Virtual LAN by Emil S.
Virtual Local Area Networks (VLANs) allow the virtual existence of two or more logical LANs to operate separately from each other as independent broadcast domains that all share the same cable infrastructure of a single vast physical network. Rather than routing a different set of cables for each LAN intended ...Continue reading
Wireless Access Point (WAP) Explained.Published: April 3, 2020, 9:40 a.m. in WiFi / Wi-Fi, WAP, Networking by Emil S.
Wireless Access Points (WAPs) are network devices that enable Wi-Fi gadgets to access a wired (cabled) network. WAPs create wireless local area networks or WLANs. An access point serves as a principal receiver and transmitter of wireless broadcasting signals. Conventional wireless access points accommodate Wi-Fi, and most are widely used in ...Continue reading
How to Track the Owner of an IP AddressPublished: March 26, 2020, 3:47 p.m. in IP address, Networking, Tutorial, How-to by Emil S.
Every IP Address has an owner who could be an individual or an organization. A lot of websites do not hide this information meaning that their IP address is public. You can easily look them up and know who owns it. But some IP address owners want to remain anonymous and ...Continue reading
What Is a Computer Network Switch?Published: March 26, 2020, 3:46 p.m. in Router, Switch, Networking, Internet Connection, LAN by Emil S.
Before broadband routers became a thing, Ethernet switching hubs were more common on home networks. It’s a type of network switch, which is a little piece of equipment that bridges multiple computers and devices together in a wired Local Area Network (LAN) via ports. A switch isn’t to be confused with ...Continue reading
802.11 Standards Explained.Published: March 20, 2020, 4:20 a.m. in Security, Networking, Internet Connection, Home Networking by Emil S.
The majority of computer users are familiar with the term Wi-Fi. For most, it just refers to wireless access to devices that are connected to the internet. The term belongs to the Wi-Fi Alliance, whose role is to police the wireless world and to make sure that Wi-Fi-enabled products meet specific ...Continue reading
What is a DNS Cache and How Does It Work?Published: March 14, 2020, 10:14 a.m. in Networking, Home Networking, DNS by Emil S.
What is a DNS Cache? A DNS cache is maintained by your computer’s operating system and acts as a temporary database. In this database your computer stores a list of all the websites you have visited or tried to visit recently along with details of other internet domains that you have ...Continue reading