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Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing The national institute of standards and Technology (NIST) define cloud computing as “Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (for example, networks,...

TCP VS UDP

TCP VS UDP Transport Layer use the TCP or UDP protocols to provide its various services. When the data came from upper layers (i.e Application layer) to transport layer then Transport layer adds the TCP or UDP header along with data. This header adds the...

Transport Layer

Transport Layer The transport layer is the 4th  layer in OSI model, and is responsible for end-to-end (port to port) communication over a network. Services of Transport Layer Transport Layer use the TCP or UDP protocols to provide its various services. When the data...

Distance Vector Routing Algorithm

Distance Vector Routing Algorithm Distance vector routing Algorithm is a dynamic Routing Algorithm. Calculations of Distance Vector Routing Algorithm may done is following steps Step-01: As we know every router maintains its own routing table. So, each router knows...

Routing Protocols

Routing Protocols As we know that Routing is the process of forwarding the information/data packets from source to the destination but the best route to send the packets is determined by the routing algorithm. Types of Routing Protocols There are 3 types of routing...

Modem Vs. Router

Modem Vs. Router A modem is a device that connects your home or office network directly to the ISP. The router is also a device that connects (either wired or wireless) multiple devices (i.e. PC, phone etc.) to simultaneously use the internet. Difference Between Modem...

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