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What are the Main Network Components?

Computer Network Components

What is Computer Network Components? Computer network components consist of both physical parts as well as software in order to install computer networks. The hardware components include a server, client, hub, switch, bridge, peer, and connecting devices. Software components include the protocols and the Operating System (OS). Note: If you haven’t read the blog of our CCNA … Read more

What is a Routing Table in Computer Networks?

what is a Routing Table?

Until now, we have also learned about the network components such as routers and Wireless LANs. When you grant Internet access, your LAN is connected to the Internet via the router. Therefore, a router plays a very important role in forwarding the data packets in a computer network. It is the one responsible for sending … Read more

Types of Routing Protocols – Explained 

types of routing

Routing is a process of selecting the best possible paths for data packets to travel from a source to a destination in a network. Routing is performed by layer 3 devices like routers and multi-layer switches.  What are the different types of Routing? Routing protocols can be broadly categorized into three types:-   Static Routing   Default … Read more

What is LAN? Local Area Network Explained

what is lan

Are you in search of an explanation about what is LAN (local area network) and how it operates? Perplexed by all the technical lingo surrounding this tech? Then look no more. In this blog, we will cover whatever you need to be aware of regarding Local Area Networks: from their fundamental components right through to … Read more

Route Redistribution: Explained in Detail

cisco route redistribution

Routing protocols are used to exchange routing information and select the best routes. But what if a network is configured with 2 or more different routing protocols? Do they share the routes between them? What is Route Redistribution? Route Redistribution is a process that helps to exchange routing information from one routing protocol to another. … Read more

What is Route Summarization?: Explained

route summarization

Route summarization, also known as route aggregation or supernetting, is a technique used in networking to reduce the number of routes in a routing table by combining multiple smaller subnets into a single larger network address. Route Summarization helps simplify and optimize routing in a network. It can be used in routing protocols like OSPF, … Read more

HSRP Configuration: Explained

hsrp configuration

HSRP is a protocol that helps to achieve the failover. With the help of HSRP, we can configure active and standby routers and that goal is achieved with the help of a virtual IP. When active goes down, the standby router comes to the rescue. Let us understand the Cisco HSRP Configuration. Given below is … Read more

Router on a Stick: Explained

router on a stick configuration

VLANs divide traffic in a LAN according to the needs and increase the broadcast domain. There are methods using which two different Vans can communicate with each other. This process is known as Inter-VLAN routing. We have discussed Inter-VLAN routing and different methods that can be used to make different VLANs communicate with each other. … Read more

Inter VLAN Routing: Explained

inter vlan routing

Before talking about Inter VLAN routing, let me give you a brief introduction to VLAN first. VLAN is a logical grouping of network devices connected to a switch. VLANs are used to create smaller broadcast domains at layer 2 by assigning different ports to different subnetworks on the same switch so that two or more … Read more

What is EIGRP in Networking? Explained

eigrp in networking

EIGRP in networking, also called Enhance Interior Gateway Routing Protocol (EIGRP), works on layer 3 of the OSI model and helps find the best path. It is an updated version of the IGRP protocol. EIGRP used to be a Cisco Proprietary protocol but it became an Open standard protocol and can be configured on devices … Read more