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Network Installation
The installation of a new network can be divided into three phases. Design, implementation, and troubleshooting. The first and most important phase in a new network installation process is the design phase. More ...

Structured Cabling - A Detailed Tutorial and Even More!
Structured Cabling System is a generic communication wiring scheme that is installed in buildings that is able to support all types of communication systems including: telephone systems, computer LANs, video systems, imaging systems and more. Structured cabling system is also called premises distribution system. More ...

Five Network Design Considerations
Here are five things that must be taken into consideration in a network's design. A designer must consider; redundancy, congestion, hardware limits, monitoring, and Layer 8, the hypothetical 'user' layer of the OSI model in network design. More ...

What is DevOps?
DevOps is short for Development and Operations. In the past the development, testing, deployment, and administrating of a network and network software was done by different specialists. A DevOps engineer has to know all of the above specialties along with business organization and management. More ...

What is Structured Cabling for LANs (Local Area Networks)?
With today's high speed networks, people realize that the networking system must be broken up into shorter chunks for that reason structured wiring standard has been developed. 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 ...

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 ...

Putting Your SME Data on the Internet
It can be important to allow content on your network out onto the Internet. There are two basic mechanisms to do this. More ...

Network Cabling Design
With a small network of a few work stations that is not expected to grow, you might get away with just winging the cable installation, but the installation of a serious computer network needs a plan. without a plan your network will be prone to frequent failures and will be difficult to expand. 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 ...

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 ...

Fiber Optic Bend Radius Standards
Fiber optic cable can be damaged by placing too much tension on the cable or bending the cable excessively during installation. Excessive bending or too much pulling force can permanently damage the fiber by causing micro cracks. More ...

Data Center and Server Relocation Planning and Execution
Forecasts predict 53 percent percent of companies will move their data centers within the next few years. What's your company's blueprint for a successful data center and server relocation planning and execution? More ...