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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. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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).
4. How to Convert a Binary Number to a Decimal Number
If you've ever been interested in converting binary numbers into decimal numbers, you'll find that the process is really very simple. This article contains quick and easy steps in performing this conversion.
5. Converting Decimal Numbers into Binary Numbers
Converting decimal numbers into binary numbers is one of the most common and simplest procedures to perform. Want to know more about the conversion of decimal numbers into binary numbers? Then, please read on.
6. 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.
7. All About LANs: Local Area Networks
The local area network is the foundation of networking. We'll take a look at the local area network, its basic characteristics and benefits, the different types of LAN configurations and the pressure behind linking multiple LANs.
8. What Is A Network?
What exactly is an Ethernet network? Letīs take a look at some of its basic properties, and get a little information about some of the equipment needed for local and wide area network.
9. What is an IP Address - HowStuffWorks
IP addresses.... everyone on the Internet has their own unique IP address. And, no, this doesn't mean that you have to order new mailing labels because this address is for your computer. IP addresses are very important. HowStuffWorks tells us why.
10. What is a Switch?
This articles discusses what switches are, as well as how and why they are used.
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