Client Server networks - The first time Client/server networks have really began to grow, it was because PCs were also gaining a lot of popularity, it is like they helped each other spread.
Powerline and HomePlug Part 2 - The first advantage we are going to mention is the ease of cabling powerline networks to computers. Most common homes have a lot of power outlets, and they are usually present in every room so if you want to cable your computer to a powerline network is fast, simple and easy. The reach is also significantly higher and greater than with Wi-Fi networks.
Powerline and HomePlug - The first time HomePlug was created is in the year of 2001. That first version had a max speed of between 14 Mbps to 85 Mbps. But, this was just in theory and as we all know that is not very real.
How to manage router passwords - You should always change your routers default password. That is a must. It is because the generic router passwords can be found all over the Internet. This information can be found by hackers and they could use it to break into your router and cause you a lot of problems.
Wireless hotspots - The way networks work is that they use adapters to connect to hotspots. If you have a newer generation computer it will have a built in one but older ones don't have them. You can buy these adapters in stores. There are all sorts of adapter types like USB, PCI card and many more.
Top Level Domains - A special kind of domain extensions is called TLD or top level domains. It is common to see both names when you surf the web. In order to get a grasp of these domains you should learn something more about normal domains on the Internet.
Network tweaks - A big thing people used to do some years back was to tweak their dial up. They did this because it was slows and they wanted it to be faster. The things they did usually were useless, but there are other things you can do that work.
Classless Inter-Domain Routing - The CIDR notation is otherwise called Classless Inter-Domain Routing. It was first created back in the last decade of the previous century and it was a generic scheme that was used for routing data flows and traffic through the Internet.
60 GHz network protocols - A 60 GHz protocol is a network protocol that runs in a range that is close to 60 GHz, obviously. But, this is quite flexible as the range can go up to 64 and down to 57. If you compare other protocols like Wi-Fi or any other wireless protocol you will see that they are significantly lower (Wi-Fi is somewhere around 2-5 GHz). This major difference is what contributes to the problems and advantages in 60 GHz protocols.
Business networks - As you see a business growing, it is normal that their layout of networks grows with them. Companies that are placed in a few locations will create internal connections that are called campus networks if their buildings are close to each other and use WAN networks if they are more distant.
Multihoming - Today we are going to talk about multihoming networks. They are a way to share a few connection into external network. There is also a way to increase your network speed by using multihoming.
Router reseting - If you see someone who is wishing to do a reset on their home router there might be a lot of reasons for them to do it. The most common things are forgetting the admin password, forgetting the Wi-Fi security key and also troubleshooting problems with connection.
Wireless automation - A long time ago there were problems with home automation because networks had a huge limitation about how much they could stretch. There were huge problems with wiring and differences in that wiring and that implied the use of phase couplers in order to bridge the signals. If you lived in a big house you would need long cables which then brought slow connections and problems with performance.
What kinds of networking cables exist - This term was used for the first time more than 200 years ago. The coax cable was created in the 1880s, and the most common purpose was connecting TV's and antennas. But, today there is a different usage. They provide 10 Mbps Ethernet connections. The time when this kind of connection was most used was in the 80s, but now we are talking about the 20th century.
Network latency - There are other things than bandwidth when you think of network speed. The other thing that many people don't know about is network latency which is a great contributor to the speed of a network. It stands for various delays that happen when a device is processing data that comes from the network. If you talk about a low latency connection it is the faster one because it has small delay and the bigger latency network connection have bigger delays so they are slower because of those delays.