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admin on June 24th, 2010

I’ve just added a cool IP Subnet Calculator to the blog. Just click on the link or use the menu above to access it.

It provides a lot of useful information including:

  • host address
  • network mask
  • wildcard mask
  • broadcast address
  • first host in network>
  • last host in network

Check it out here: Click To Use The Ip Subnet Calculator

admin on September 21st, 2009

Cloud computing is a term applied to a number of services that are supplied to consumers and businesses via the Internet. In essence the cloud computer is a virtual computer that resides in the internet. That is to say that it does not exist in your home or business but in the data centers of the cloud computing providerrs like Google or Microsoft. Access to cloud computing resources is typically via your browser.

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admin on September 1st, 2009

What precisely is the Google Cloud? Well the Google Cloud is actually something that will completely change how people access the information they seek.

The Google Cloud is powered by thousands, perhaps millions of unique servers and services which house unbelievable amounts of information. These are located in different locations in the world and maintain a number of copies of the information that is accessible on the Internet. The information stored on the latter servers is what makes cloud computing such a powerful possibility when it comes to information access and management. Read the rest of this entry »

admin on September 1st, 2009

The term “cloud computer” is becoming pretty popular these days but there are
still many computer users that are unfamiliar with the term. So, what is a cloud
computer? Further, how can one benefit from the use of cloud computers?
Finally, are there any disadvantages associated with the use of cloud computing
services?
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admin on August 30th, 2009

DNS stands for Domain Name Server and one of the easyiest approaches to load balancing is via DNS – hence DNS Load Balancing.

With DNS it is possible to allow multiple IP addresses to be associated with a single server name or hostname. So you might have 10 servers at the backend and one server at the front. The IP address of the frontend server is associated with the IP addresses of the backend servers.

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admin on July 2nd, 2009

With the constant evolution and change of the Cisco Router selection, it can be a tricky task to keep up-to-date. Do you know the current models of routers and more to the point do you know which Cisco router to choose?
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admin on March 3rd, 2009

This short article provides a summary of what an internet time server is. How it functions and also answers some of the most frequently asked questions about time servers.

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admin on March 3rd, 2009

Network Time Protocol or NTP is a communications protocol that is use to syncronise time across the internet and communications networks.

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admin on March 3rd, 2009

DNS load balancing is the oldest and probably the simplist load balancing approach. It is provides a simple means to implement load balancing.

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admin on March 3rd, 2009

Network Address Translation (NAT) is a technique that allows one server or router to provide one IP address publically but actually   have the requests to this one address passed on to multiple servers each of which have their own IP address.

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