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The Difference Between EoP and PoE
Ethernet over Power (EoP) is a technology for sending network data over power lines. Power over Ethernet (PoE) is a technology for sending power over Ethernet network cables. More ...

IPv6 Address Compressor Expander
Enter the IPv6 address in the top text box. Click on the appropriate button: Omit Leading Zeros, Consolidate Zeros Segments, Expand Zeros Segments, Replace Leading Zeros. The formatted address will appear in the bottom text box. More ...

Nine Tips for Designing a Small Business Network
Technology professionals can get wrapped up in a lot of detail while planning and designing systems. It is up to the business to ensure that the needs and requirements of the business are considered throughout the planning process. More ...

How to Set Up a Network Printer for a Home or Small Office
Adding a network printer to your home or small office can seem like a daunting task. In this article I cover the basics of installing a wired or wireless network printer on one, or multiple computers in three simple steps. More ...

Network Management Components - The Basics of an Effective Management Strategy
This article will define a network management strategy for managing the network. It is necessary to define how the equipment is going to be monitored and determine if the current management strategy is adequate or if new applications, equipment, protocols and processes must be identified. More ...

How to Make a Network Cable
The steps below are general Ethernet Cat 5 cable construction guidelines. For our example, we will be making a Category 5e patch cable, but the same general method will work for making any category of network cables. More ...

Network Design and Proof of Concept Testing
All design changes you make to your network must be tested with a proof of concept plan. The proof of concept test results should be examined and used to modify current infrastructure, security and management specifications before generating a design proposal. More ...

Network Notepad Free Network Diagraming Tool
Network Notepad is a freeware app for creating interactive network diagrams. It's a complete network diagramming tool that includes interactive functionality like telnet, browse, ping, and more. Network Notepad has an easy-to-use drag-and-drop interface" More ...

Network Design Process - Effective Network Planning and Design
The network planning and design methodology describes a process with nine specific steps and a sequence for those activities. It is an engineering life cycle that supports technical initiatives such as Windows migration, IP telephony and wireless design. The methodology begins with examining company business requirements. More ...

How to Use a Network Cable Toner
If your facility has lots of cables in messy bundles running to a server room and you're trying to figure out where a specific network cable goes. you need to use a device called a network cable toner. More ...

How to Setup a Netgear Wireless Router Without Installation Disc
Do you need to setup your Netgear wireless router but don't have the installation disc? This article shows you how to manually setup your Netgear wireless router without any trouble. More ...

Troubleshooting The Network
When you receive a call for technical support, you need to log the problem as you receive the call. To prioritize a problem you need to assess the seriousness of the problem and what impact it has on the network. More ...

What is the Difference Between NAT and PAT?
NAT works by mapping a pool of public IP addresses one-to-one to the private IP addresses, keeping the port number intact. PAT uses a single public IP address and maps multiple private IP addresses to it by using different port numbers. More ...

Campus and WAN Multilayer Network Design
The idea for defining a multilayer campus model was developed by Cisco to improve campus network performance, availability and scalability. There are three layers that comprise the campus multilayer model are the access layer, distribution layer and core layer. More ...


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