Festool Routers

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FESTOOL is a company based in Germany that produces power tools for, among others, woodworking. In existence for the past 80 years, FESTOOL has developed and manufactured some of the finest power tools available today based on the reviews made by various woodworking aficionados. Among the power tools that have been manufactured by FESTOOL is […]


Sharpening Router Bits

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All the time you see different products that come out to help the woodworker sharpen his or her tools in the shop. There is just about every contraption out there with a variety of prices and features. The one thing you never see is a good system for sharpening router bits. I am all for […]


Rv Internet On The Move

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As technology moves forward there are more gadgets that make your life easier, especially in the motor home industry. Many people now have an internet connection in their home. More people than not use the internet on a daily basis and would be stuck without it. When you invest in a motor home there is […]


Rv Internet On The Move

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As technology moves forward there are more gadgets that make your life easier, especially in the motor home industry. Many people now have an internet connection in their home. More people than not use the internet on a daily basis and would be stuck without it. When you invest in a motor home there is […]


What Is A Broadband Router

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A broadband router is a basic device to set up a wired or wireless network. Broadband routers ensure that all the computers on a network can send and receive data to each other and across the Internet. These routers are of both wired and wireless but their features are very similar. A router actually transfers […]


All About Wireless Routers

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It is an incomplete computer network without a router. So, what all it does within a network. A router actually transfers data packets along networks. It requires at least two networks for a router to connect, commonly it connects two LANs or WANs or a LAN and its ISP network. As a connecter device, routers […]


Tips For Securing Your Home Wifi Network

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As consumers upgrade their computers and laptops and are discovering the convenience of wireless computing, they may also be opening themselves up to attacks from random hackers. If you have a home network and it has wireless capabilities one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself, your computers and most importantly […]


Making Sure Your Wireless Home Network Is Secure

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As more and more people make the switch from wireless networks to secure networks in their homes, there are a whole new range of security issues to be aware of. Too often people set up their wireless network and forget about the security implications. However, this can be a serious oversight as people can easily […]


Basics Of A Router

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Router is a computer device that receives or forwards data packets to and from the Internet towards a destination in the process called routing. Router is the essential component of the computer networking that enables any sent data to arrive at the right destination. As an illustration, imagine that the Internet is the world and […]


Port Forwarding What Is Port Forwarding

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What is Port Forwarding The term Port Forwarding is referred to the technique of forwarding a network port from one particular machine to another machine. This technique is usually applied when the receiving machine is behind a network router. By doing this, it enables users from outside the LAN (local area network) to reach a […]


Networking Home Computers

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Increasing Productivity With the Whole Family Have you ever thought about networking your computers at home? If you have a small collection of computers around the house (and a small collection of computer users), you can connect each one of those computers to one another and share data, software, and hardware including a single Internet […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Home Lab Tutorial A Guide To Cable Types

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When you’re putting your CCNA and/or CCNP home lab together, you’re not just buying routers and switches you’re creating a blueprint for success. There is no better way to learn about how real Cisco routers and switches work than to work with the real thing! Of course, it’s not enough to just get the routers […]


How To Set Up A Network In Your Home

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Most modern homes have any number of computers, printers, faxes, music systems and devices. These are increasingly being integrated so that each device can ‘talk’ to all the others and interact with them. While many of the possibilities are still being explored, the best place to start for the average person is with a home […]


Using Dynamips For Ccie Lab Preparation

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Since the beginning of networking related certification one of the recurring problems that have faced candidates is getting access to hardware to familiarize themselves with how network operating systems work. Traditionally candidates have been limited to hunting for great deals on old or refurbished equipment to buy, renting equipment time from rack rental vendors, using […]


Cisco Certification Putting Together Your Own Home Practice Lab

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CCNA and CCNP candidates hear it all the time: “Get some hands-on experience”. From my personal experience climbing the Cisco certification ladder, I can tell you firsthand that there is no learning like hands-on learning. No simulator in the world is going to give you the experience you will get cabling and configuring your own […]


Cisco Ccnp Certification Bcmsn Exam Tutorial The Hsrp Mac Address

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To pass the BCMSN exam and earn your CCNP, you’ve got to know HSRP inside and out! Part of that is knowing how the MAC address of the virtual router is derived, and another part is knowing how to change this address. We’ll look at both features in this tutorial. We’ve got two routers on […]


Cisco Routing For The Ccna And Ccnp Administrative Distance

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The textbook definition of “administrative distance” is simple enough: “the measurement of a protocol’s believability”. It’s not enough to know the definition, however you’ve got to know when AD comes into the picture and when it does not. When a packet needs to be routed, the router looks in its routing table for the next-hop […]


Cisco Ccna Ccnp Certification Tutorial Frame Relay End To End Keepalives

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One of the first things you learned about Frame is that the LMI also serves as a keepalive, or a heartbeat – and if three consecutive LMIs are missed, the line protocol goes down. There’s a limitation to LMI as a keepalive, though. The LMI is exchanged only between the DTE and the closest DCE. […]