Explore the optical fiber and twisted pair (copper) cables.
I'm a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at the Federal University of Paraná (UFPR - Brazil). I hold a Master's degree in Informatics from the same university. My main research interests are computer networks, distributed systems, and network security.
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In this article, we learn what Group Normalization (GN) is in the context of deep neural networks.
Find out what signal-to-noise ratio margin and line attenuation are and explore some methods of optimizing transmission quality in copper and fiber optic cables.
Learn why loopback interfaces are important for routing protocols.
Explore the differences between the Bluejacking and Bluesnarfing attacks.
Explore the concept of North-South and East-West traffic.
Explore the first Log-Structured File System (LFS).
Explore the Tournament Selection algorithm.
Find out why TCP/IP uses big-endian encoding.
Explore the concept of rolling code.
Explore the benefits of using the TCP timestamp.
Explore the cost of many TIME_WAITs on the server side.
Explore the concept of gratuitous ARP and understand what it’s used for.
Explore how to use a single SSL certificate on multiple servers.
Learn how to choose a port for a new network service.
Explore possible solutions to accessing a localhost site from a remote device.
Explore the differences between NMS and EMS.
Explore the concept of broadcast storms.
Explore the differences between collision and broadcast domains.
Learn why TCP sometimes keeps the connection for so long that there seems to be no timeout.
A quick and practical comparison between VRF, VLAN, and subnets.
Learn more about file transfer protocols via the differences between FTPS, SFTP, and SCP.
Learn the differences between the POP3 and IMAP email protocols.
Explore the differences between managed and unmanaged switches.
Explore differences between UTP and Ethernet cables.
Learn about the datagram networks.