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Category Archives: Computer Networks

Binary Synchronous Communication Protocol (BISYNC) is a byte oriented communication protocol and a data link layer protocol, developed by IBM. In a byte oriented approach,… Read More
1. Wireless Fidelity (WiFi) : WiFi stands for Wireless Fidelity. It is a trademark of the Wi-Fi Alliance, refers to a wireless networking standard based… Read More
To use a physical layer, ADD command, as the name suggests, is required to add synchronous port, ISDN call, ACC call, MIOX circuit, etc. simply… Read More
For specified Point-to-Point Protocol (PPP) interface, Enable PPP Debug Command, as name suggests, generally enables all of the debugging options. If PORT parameter was not… Read More
LAPD or Link Access Protocol on D channel is basically Layer 2 protocol usually required on ISDN D channel. It is being derived from Link… Read More
TELNET stands for TErminaL NETwork. It is a type of protocol that enables one computer to connect to local computer. It is a used as… Read More
Types of CAPTCHAs : Fundamental math : It is one of most widely recognized types of captcha being utilized in better places like sites, forms,… Read More
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network management protocol used in networks to dynamically assign IP addresses & other network configuration information like default… Read More
X.25 is generally a protocol that was developed by International Telecommunications Union (ITU). It usually allows various logical channels to make use of same physical… Read More
Switch Port Analyzer (SPAN) is switch specific tool that copies Ethernet frames passing through switch ports and send these frames out to specific port. Switch… Read More
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) responses are sent from server to client. Each response in SMTP begins with three digit code and it may be… Read More
OLSR stands for Optimized Link State Routing Protocol. In this, each node periodically floods status of its links. Each node re-broadcasts link state information received… Read More
Link Access Procedure, Balanced (LAPB) is basically a layer 2 protocol that is required in many control protocols like X.25. It was developed by ITU-T,… Read More
Link Access Procedure, Balanced (LAPB) is protocol that is usually required for data link layer. It is version of High-Level Data Link Control (HDLC) in… Read More
Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) is simply considered as general-purpose digital network that is being capable of highly and fully supporting wide range of services… Read More