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Here are the top ten articles for the Computer Networks Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. What is a Connector?
A connector is best known for providing a physical link between two components. But there are different connectors depending on the type of connection being made and each has its own feature. Find out more about connectors.
2. Converting Decimals and Decimal Fractions to Octal
This article is a brief explanation on how to convert decimals and decimal fractions to octal, a base-8 number system that uses eight unique symbols (0,1,2,3,4,5,6 and 7).
3. IEEE & 802 Standards
Want to know a little more IEEE and the 802 Standards? Then, you make sure that you read on...
4. Baseband vs. Broadband
Broadband and baseband signaling are two ways of sending data signals over a cable. But, do you know the difference between them ? If you want to know more, read on.
5. Cable Testers: Types and Uses
Cable testers can be very useful to a network tech in certain situations. So, itīs important to know what type of cable tester is appropriate for your specific environment and/or when thereīs an actual need to utilize a cable tester.
6. CSMA/CD: Transmission Process
Carrier Sense, Multiple Access/Collision Detection, used on Ethernet networks, determines which node should use a shared medium at a given moment. Want to know more about the transmission process, then please read on.
7. How to Hack Cisco Routers
Well, not exactly. This article will guide you to information on the vulnerabilities and exploitations of Cisco routers. The information is not intended to aid anyone in mischievous behavior, but to educate.
8. Networking Hardware Devices
In this article, we briefly discuss networking hardware devices and how they are used.
9. Understanding Hybrid Wireless-Wired Networks
Hybrid wireless-wired networks are to go anywhere and do anything type of networks. They offer the performance that is expected of a wired network where you need it, but also the freedom of a wireless connection where it is required.
10. What is a Repeater?
This article discusses what a repeater is, as well as how and why repeaters are used.
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