Tag "Network"

How to Make Your Network IoT Ready

by May 18, 2017

By Mr. Subhasish Gupta, Regional Director– India & SAARC, Extreme Networks Internet of Things may not exactly be a new concept for organizations. For years, technologies like M2M have …

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9 Open Source Tools For Network Monitoring and Management

by March 21, 2017

Managing the network could be a headache, especially when you don’t have the right tool. There are plenty of network monitoring tools available which lets you identify loopholes and …

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Installing Network Simulator 2 on Ubuntu 14.04

by June 29, 2015

Network simulators are tools used to simulate discrete events in a network which helps to predict the behavior of a computer network Generally the simulated networks have …

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Corporates need more effective day-to-day network management

by June 8, 2015

Remote monitoring and automated management reduce the time to troubleshoot faulty networking devices by a massive 75% as per the Network Barometer Report from Dimension Data. Consequently, it takes 32% …

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Setting Up a Wireless Computer-to-Computer Network on Windows 7

by March 24, 2015

Using the Ad-hoc feature in Windows 7/8 we show how you can set up a quick network connection between two PCs through WiFi Sometimes we need to …

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Monitor Network Bandwidth Utilization with Cacti

by March 24, 2015

We tell you how to setup this popular tool on Ubuntu 14.04 and Linux Mint 17 to monitor your network bandwidth usage. Cacti is an open …

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Manage KVM (QEMU) with Kimchi, a Virtual Machine Management Web interface

by March 16, 2015

Install Kimchi on Ubunto in ten easy steps Kimchi is an HTML5 based web interface for KVM. It provides easy and flexible interface to create and manage several guest virtual machines. …

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Using Webmin to Manage Network Services on CentOS 7

by March 9, 2015

Webmins can be used  to configure operating system internals, such as users, disk quotas, services or configuration files, as well as modify and control open source apps, such …

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Dark Side of Your Living Room

by February 16, 2015

Popular connected home entertainment devices pose a real cyber security threat due to vulnerabilities in their software, and lack of …

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BHEL Chennai’s Successful IP v6 Migration

by November 10, 2014

The company had to comply with stringent Govt of India guidelines on IP addressing, so it undertook this arduous task of migrating their network from IPv4 to IPv6

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Simulate a Network Using NS-3

by March 20, 2012

Network Simulator Ver 3, or NS-3 can be used for simulating a wide variety of wired and wireless, static and mobile networks. It can simulate the classical wired Ethernet as well as the recent day ad hoc, mobile and sensor networks. Read on to find out how to develop an NS-3 model and simulate a sample network

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