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Networking 210: All about Routing (Part 2 of 3)

Networking 210: Routing

In the last post, you learned the barebones basics of Routing.  In this guide you’re bones will get the flesh of Static Routes.  Then we’ll enter the intriguing world of dynamic routing protocols. Get read to learn: What is a Static

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Networking 210: All about Routing (Part 1 of 3)

Networking 210: Routing

I’m so excited to talk about Routing today!  How many times have you heard a friend say “I just brought a new router” or “Just reset the router when it freezes”.  I hear it all the time.  People brazenly bandy

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Networking 101: Undressing IPv6 Addresses (Part 3 of 4)

IPv6 addresses

So far, everything I’ve shared applies to IPv4 addresses.  There are actually two versions and IPv6 is the future.  Don’t ask me why the IETF skipped over IPv5, maybe they had a thing against odd numbers. Anyway, in this guide

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Networking 101: Undressing IP addresses (Part 2 of 4 )

IPv4 addresses

In the previous post, you learned all about IP addresses and how to convert them to binary. In this guide we’ll review the conversion process and then jump into: The purpose of subnet masks and why you need them. What

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Networking 101: Undressing IP addresses (Part 1 of 4)

IPv4 addresses

IP addresses! Oh yeah, I know what those are.  I’m hearing about IP addresses everywhere these days. Chloe on 24 tells Jack Bauer that she just hijacked the IP address that belongs to a terrorist.  And in Live Free or

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