As remote network connections between computers continue to increase in popularity in the home and business world, you have two main options when determining what type of media is the best for your needs; LAN cables or fiber optic cables. Which type you’ll need is determined by your computing needs. In this article, we’ll discuss the differences between the two.
What is a LAN Cable?
Configuring VMware Virtual Network
In this article, we will cover virtual networking components that VMware provides and explore how we will use various network configurations on VMware workstations.
VMware workstation provides the following types of virtual networks:
The technology behind the cell phone goes back to the days of the two-way radios, or radiophones. Such radios were used extensively from World War II through about 1973. There was no concept of hand-held mobile devices. Technology has come a long way since those days.
When the concept of hand-held mobile devices was introduced, it employed the technology of radio waves. Radio waves are analogue sound waves that can travel without the presence of any medium. The mobile and wireless telephones using this technology are referred to as 1G, or first generation technology. When this technology was commercially adopted, standards were introduced for them in 1980.
Logitech Harmony One Universal Remote
Logitech has launched their newest product "Logitech harmony one universal remote". It is an effective glossy piece of all in one which can control your PCs, air conditioning units, VCRs, DVD Players, TVs and so many other things that use Infrared remote control.
Role of WINS in Networking
WINS stands for Windows Internet Name Server, a program (designed by Microsoft) that runs on NT servers and provides clients with a way of finding other computers operating on windows networks. It achieves this action by resolving the computers’ NetBIOS names to IP addresses so that the windows computers in a network can find each other and communicate easily.
Network Speed Test and Tweaks
In today’s world, information technology is moving faster than your imagination. Many organizations and businesses embraced information technology because of the benefits that the technologies provided for these organizations. One of the most important information technology concepts to any organization is networking.
This article will try to cover the basics of MAC addresses as an important aspect in communications on the physical network. What is a MAC address? How is it unique? How does it control the flow of communication? How can you find/alter a MAC address? Are the MAC and the IP address related somehow? These are some of the questions (along with others) which will be covered.