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Hubs, switches and routers are devices that allow us to create networks and connect those networks to one another. We explain how they work and what their individual differences are. Here's a list of the sections in this video and their time codes: 00:10 The hub 01:37 The switch 03:44 The router 04:55 A comparison
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Amazingly simple cheat sheet. This is the fastest, easiest subnetting video. After watching this 16+ minute video you will be a sub-netting guru. I walk you through the process of setting up a calculator on a scratch paper you can create during a test or lab. No difficult formulas to memorize. Sub netting a network is required in most networking classes. If it's not required it will give extra credit that might increase your grade point average. Link to Class B and Class A subnetting and VLSM, turn on your annotations to see links. how to subnet Please tap the subscribe button up top if you like these videos, thanks. If you want to donate because this really helped you out my PayPal is firstname.lastname@example.org thank you very much.
Join VoIP Expert Terry Vinson as he guides you through this important protocol found in VoIP networks. This is a sample of Terry's live VoIP classes at StormWind.com.
When your browser tries to load youtube.com, how does it know where to contact YouTube's web servers? This video explains the basics of the Domain Name System, an application layer protocol that serves as the address book of the internet.
Explains the basics of transport protocols and compares the two major options: UDP and TCP.
Here's a list of the sections in this video and their time codes:
00:07 - About transport protocols
02:11 - User Datagram Protocol
04:08 - Transmission Control Protocol
09:00 - So which one is better?
== Further reading ==
How can BitTorrent run reliable file transfers over UDP?
== Acknowledgements ==
The thumbnail of this video uses an icon by Dmitry Baranovskiy from The Noun Project. The icons that are used throughout the video are credited to their respective authors at the end of the video.